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Bastiaan_NL

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Bastiaan_NL last won the day on May 8

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  1. IN, Bastiaan_NL I would like to be excluded from prizes, and I'll donate 24 hours of folding time to anyone with less than 5 million PPD with the workstation using at least a 3090 and a 2080 super.
  2. There is a 9 million gap between Stanford and EOC on my side. I filled in the link, and copied the results. One unit is at 84%, after that unit is done I'll check it again. [edit] No difference after an hour, dropped 2 units but nothing popping up on the stats.
  3. Ha, you know I would LOVE to do that Only problem is I'll need to run the workstation 24/7, because that's the only air cooled system..
  4. 3 heatsinks for the back of the M40 3 extra risers for the workstation And a few stainless bolts, nuts and nylon washers to mount the M40 backplate without the original cooler.
  5. Thanks, sadly it's just a reflection of the ML140 fans in the main system. It looked so good I did not move it for the picture I'll try to swap the original heatsink for an MSI 980ti cooler soon, once it shows up from China, also figuring out a heatsink setup for the rear and maybe something for the front by using M.2 SSD heatsinks. Yeah, I consider it a good deal for a little over €200 from Belgium. There are not as much Tesla GPU's for sale over here compared to the USA, it felt a bit better to buy it from somewhere close. And I'm not scared either to hack
  6. Taking a Dremel to a new Core P8, brave man!
  7. It was one of the first things I noticed. My desk was totally empty and clean last weekend, it took me only one week to make a mess.. So for this picture I decided to clean it again My blinds work pretty good, my window is facing the south but I don't have any problems with light. And it's a lot cooler because of that. And I've got the same problem with cables, next time I'll clean it up with some velcro bands
  8. "for now" Also a random bullet on the desk, did someone threaten you?
  9. We should start a thread about this, and test a few different videocards on as much settings as possible. And make sure we use the same method to do so, to get comparable results. I don't think FAHBench is a good way to test, for some reason I don't get any load on the bus with a preprogrammed unit and a copied WU from the Fahclient doesn't work. I wouldn't buy a deal with most of the PSU's either, only if it's 1kw or more. And even a 3060 is welcome here, to replace the 1650
  10. Sorry for the delay, a 'nice' project at work is taking most of my time and energy. I only looked at the bus interface load on different cards at a few different systems but I never did a decent test because I could not get the FAHBench to work properly with a copy of a work unit. The unit on my main system is finishing as we speak, after that I'll give it another try to see if I can get something to work. I'd let you do some testing with the cards if I was living in the dungeon I want to do the same with the 3090. It's interesting
  11. Nice, but that's pretty heavy! A C-clamp might work... But I love the idea. There is a backplate cooler for sale which uses rubber bands to secure the block, not sure about the looks though..
  12. Sounds delicious! I had a few Chokotoff toffees, and before that spareribs and fries at work. That's the upside of working overtime, at least we can order food And a whiskey, it's 9:20pm over here
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