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    Thread: 8 GPUs vs two 4 GPUs with hashtopolis
Post: RE: 8 GPUs vs two 4 GPUs with hashtopolis

nsweaney Wrote: (12-14-2020, 11:56 PM) -- Here's what we've settled on unless someone points out problems.  Case: CHENBRO RM41300-FS81 Mobo: AsRock Rack ROMED8-2T CPU: AMD EPYC 7252 GPUs: 4x E...
Longtail Hardware 6 17,127 12-15-2020, 04:06 PM
    Thread: Am I doing this right?
Post: RE: Am I doing this right?

Hey, hold on just a second there. Do not fall into that trap.  If anybody thinks that, contrary to common advice, a mining rig configuration with limited RAM and limited PCIE speed will do the job ...
Longtail Hardware 11 23,239 11-21-2020, 10:45 AM
    Thread: Help understanding PCIe 16x/8x/16x/8x
Post: RE: Help understanding PCIe 16x/8x/16x/8x

I suggest that you check out AMD EPYC 2 "Rome" motherboards. They have 128 native PCIE lanes. Please note that dual socket EPYC 2 systems would still have 128 PCIE lanes because in the dual CPU config...
Longtail Hardware 9 17,554 10-29-2020, 08:27 AM
    Thread: Am I doing this right?
Post: RE: Am I doing this right?

If you go for the Xeon Scalable series, you have two alternatives which will make sense. Either 96GB (12X 8GB) or 192GB (12X 16GB)... When using 10X RTX 3080s, 96GB will be slightly less than your tot...
Longtail Hardware 11 23,239 10-27-2020, 09:55 PM
    Thread: Am I doing this right?
Post: RE: Am I doing this right?

I must start by telling you that I am by no means affiliated with Terahash or the owners of the enterprise. However I must also add that, according to my best knowledge, they are one of the leading co...
Longtail Hardware 11 23,239 10-27-2020, 12:59 AM
    Thread: Am I doing this right?
Post: RE: Am I doing this right?

I do not think that you are doing right... The Barebone GPGPU Server you chose will not work with the CPUs that you chose. Supermicro SYS-4028GR-TRT2 has LGA 2011 sockets which are compatible with ...
Longtail Hardware 11 23,239 10-24-2020, 12:11 PM
    Thread: DECRYPTUM
Post: RE: DECRYPTUM

That is not a GPGPU server. GPGPU servers use special chips on the motherboard and use a switchboard to make multiple GPUs all work at 16X. Your cards will work at 1X. You will run into trouble in dic...
Longtail Hardware 12 25,058 09-12-2020, 08:32 AM
    Thread: 2080ti $Bitcoin$ hashrate
Post: RE: 2080ti $Bitcoin$ hashrate

Thanks for your reply Phil, it is truly very helpful, and explains the difference...
Longtail Hardware 5 16,013 10-16-2018, 06:54 PM
    Thread: 2080ti $Bitcoin$ hashrate
Post: RE: 2080ti $Bitcoin$ hashrate

Why is this hashrate 266% faster than the hashrate shown in the 2080 TI benchmark, which was posted to this forum a short while ago?
Longtail Hardware 5 16,013 10-16-2018, 10:53 AM