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Message 1009272 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 15:15:45 UTC - in response to Message 1009267.  
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The Problem is not to build a Hells Cruncher - with a EVGA SR-2, 7 GTX 295 and 2 6-Core Xeons
there will be a RAC of 200k possibile. But that means, that the BOINC Manager have - assumed
you choose a three Day Cache - to handle 5000-6000 Workunits! That high amount of Data
will slow down this Rig like Hell and make it unstable!

The one I'm building is not an SR-2, It's a Classified 200, There is a difference.
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Message 1009273 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 15:16:04 UTC - in response to Message 1009271.  

Really? Sounds good. I don't remember exactly when it was - last Year or so. With a missconfigured
app_info BOINC downloaded 3500 Workunits over Night. I was unable to move the Mouse or open
an Application or Explorer Window. :D

I used to complain about that all the time, seems it was around Feb that I quit noticing the problem. Have had a 7 day cache since then and went 10 day last month.
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Message 1009277 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 15:22:29 UTC - in response to Message 1009272.  

The Problem is not to build a Hells Cruncher - with a EVGA SR-2, 7 GTX 295 and 2 6-Core Xeons
there will be a RAC of 200k possibile. But that means, that the BOINC Manager have - assumed
you choose a three Day Cache - to handle 5000-6000 Workunits! That high amount of Data
will slow down this Rig like Hell and make it unstable!

The one I'm building is not an SR-2, It's a Classified 200, There is a difference.


I only wanted to notice the hugh amount of data this (your) Rig have to handle... ;)
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Message 1009278 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 15:22:30 UTC - in response to Message 1009272.  

The Problem is not to build a Hells Cruncher - with a EVGA SR-2, 7 GTX 295 and 2 6-Core Xeons
there will be a RAC of 200k possibile. But that means, that the BOINC Manager have - assumed
you choose a three Day Cache - to handle 5000-6000 Workunits! That high amount of Data
will slow down this Rig like Hell and make it unstable!

The one I'm building is not an SR-2, It's a Classified 200, There is a difference.

Sure looks like it will be one heck of a lot of fun to build....
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Message 1009282 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 15:28:51 UTC - in response to Message 1009277.  
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The Problem is not to build a Hells Cruncher - with a EVGA SR-2, 7 GTX 295 and 2 6-Core Xeons
there will be a RAC of 200k possibile. But that means, that the BOINC Manager have - assumed
you choose a three Day Cache - to handle 5000-6000 Workunits! That high amount of Data
will slow down this Rig like Hell and make it unstable!

The one I'm building is not an SR-2, It's a Classified 200, There is a difference.


I only wanted to notice the huge amount of data this (your) Rig have to handle... ;)

I use a 150GB Raptor as My hdd and based on what I'm doing now, the Raptor will be replaced by a 300GB Velociraptor soon enough, Which has a 7 Day cache on It now, then I foresee about 3066 WU's for 5 cards and an overclocked i5 750 cpu, Right now My cache has 1364 WU's, So I don't see a slow down, Besides I'm not doing mere air cooling, It will be water cooled. I might even upgrade to an i7 875K cpu.

@ hiamps: Yep, It will.
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Message 1009298 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 15:44:38 UTC - in response to Message 1009282.  

Well, however - i wish you luck if you ever build you Dream Cruncher. ;)
But one word to say - two Magicool NOVA 1080 and five Graphic Cards and then this
weak Eheim. I don't think the pressure of this pump is enough.
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Message 1009310 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 15:58:35 UTC - in response to Message 1009298.  

Well, however - i wish you luck if you ever build you Dream Cruncher. ;)
But one word to say - two Magicool NOVA 1080 and five Graphic Cards and then this
weak Eheim. I don't think the pressure of this pump is enough.

I used a pond pump from Home Depot when I ran mine...
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Message 1009312 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 16:00:24 UTC - in response to Message 1009298.  
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Well, however - i wish you luck if you ever build you Dream Cruncher. ;)
But one word to say - two Magicool NOVA 1080 and five Graphic Cards and then this
weak Eheim. I don't think the pressure of this pump is enough.

Are You and I talking about the same version? I'm talking about the red version:

Frozencpu wrote:
* Extreme Power - Very high performance pumps with enough pressure even with very large circulations
* Extremely low power consumption (6W)
* Low start-up current (<1A)
* Quick Start functionality
* Adapted Impeller
* 12 V operating voltage




http://www.frozencpu.com/products/6660/ex-pmp-59/Innovatek_Eheim_HPPS_i_High_Power_12V_Water_Pump_501280.html?tl=g30c107s155

Specs:
Name:  	Eheim HPPS 12V Pump
Voltage: 	12V
Nominal Power: 	6W
Maximum Head: 	3.10m(10' 2-1/16")
Maximum Discharge: 	 
Connectors: 	(1) screw-in 8mm ID tubing compression fitting
Dimensions (L x W x H): 	130 x 55 x 65 mm (without foot plate)
Weight: 	500g


Besides I'm not after massive flow, just good cooling, Which means heating the water a bit and then letting the rads do the rest.
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Message 1009322 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 16:11:50 UTC - in response to Message 1009312.  
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Well, however - i wish you luck if you ever build you Dream Cruncher. ;)
But one word to say - two Magicool NOVA 1080 and five Graphic Cards and then this
weak Eheim. I don't think the pressure of this pump is enough.

Are You and I talking about the same version? I'm talking about the red version:

Frozencpu wrote:
* Extreme Power - Very high performance pumps with enough pressure even with very large circulations
* Extremely low power consumption (6W)
* Low start-up current (<1A)
* Quick Start functionality
* Adapted Impeller
* 12 V operating voltage




http://www.frozencpu.com/products/6660/ex-pmp-59/Innovatek_Eheim_HPPS_i_High_Power_12V_Water_Pump_501280.html?tl=g30c107s155

Specs:
Name:  	Eheim HPPS 12V Pump
Voltage: 	12V
Nominal Power: 	6W
Maximum Head: 	3.10m(10' 2-1/16")
Maximum Discharge: 	 
Connectors: 	(1) screw-in 8mm ID tubing compression fitting
Dimensions (L x W x H): 	130 x 55 x 65 mm (without foot plate)
Weight: 	500g


Besides I'm not after massive flow, just good cooling, Which means heating the water a bit and then letting the rads do the rest.

It looks like it can run in High Power mode which increases the pump quite a bit but voids warrentee? Why have a setting they don't want you to use?
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Message 1009339 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 16:19:56 UTC - in response to Message 1009322.  

Well, however - i wish you luck if you ever build you Dream Cruncher. ;)
But one word to say - two Magicool NOVA 1080 and five Graphic Cards and then this
weak Eheim. I don't think the pressure of this pump is enough.

Are You and I talking about the same version? I'm talking about the red version:

Frozencpu wrote:
* Extreme Power - Very high performance pumps with enough pressure even with very large circulations
* Extremely low power consumption (6W)
* Low start-up current (<1A)
* Quick Start functionality
* Adapted Impeller
* 12 V operating voltage




http://www.frozencpu.com/products/6660/ex-pmp-59/Innovatek_Eheim_HPPS_i_High_Power_12V_Water_Pump_501280.html?tl=g30c107s155

Specs:
Name:  	Eheim HPPS 12V Pump
Voltage: 	12V
Nominal Power: 	6W
Maximum Head: 	3.10m(10' 2-1/16")
Maximum Discharge: 	 
Connectors: 	(1) screw-in 8mm ID tubing compression fitting
Dimensions (L x W x H): 	130 x 55 x 65 mm (without foot plate)
Weight: 	500g


Besides I'm not after massive flow, just good cooling, Which means heating the water a bit and then letting the rads do the rest.

It looks like it can run in High Power mode which increases the pump quite a bit but voids warrentee? Why have a setting they don't want you to use?

Why would high power mode which is a stock setting void a warranty?
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Message 1009342 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 16:22:19 UTC - in response to Message 1009111.  
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It seems My specs are changing a bit, But not too much, As of now their as follows:

Coolermaster HAF-932 Case
DEMCi-filters Dust HAF-932 filters(2 sets)
EVGA Classified 200 motherboard
Intel i5 750 cpu
4GB G.Skill DDR3-2000 Ripjaws ram
5-GTX295 cards(BFG, EVGA, etc for now)
Enermax 1050w Revolution85+ psu
Corsair 950w TX950W psu(for three 295 cards only)
Swiftech MCR-320 Radiator, 350pump & Reservoir(all in one, for cpu only)
Danger Den 1156 cpu water block(WBK-DN-TDX-1156)
1/2"ID Hoses(2 Loops) 20'?
2-Magicool NOVA 1080 Radiators(295 cards only, Same as 6-3x120 Radiators)
14-DEMCi-filters Dust(120x3) filters
18-Clamps
4-Koolance quick disconnect hose couplers
Koolance Adjustable Radiator Mount(Swiftech only)
Inovatech/Eheim 12v Pump(red version, 295 cards only)
1-Watercool AB-K Reservoir for Ehiem 1046/1048 pumps(295 cards only)
21-Triebwerk 120x55mm 88cfm fans
1-GTX295 Danger Den v1 Water Block
5-GTX295 Danger Den v2 Water Blocks


Hows does this look?


Five GTX295 cards wont fit on a EVGA Classified 200 motherboard. Not if there doublewide cards like my GTX285. Only three will work on that motherboard.

Maybe I'm missing something here?

Edit: Am I looking at the wrong motherboard?

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5083737&SRCCODE=GOOGLEBASE&cm_mmc_o=VRqCjC7BBTkwCjCECjCE
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Message 1009346 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 16:25:52 UTC - in response to Message 1009339.  

Not sure but this is in the specs....

The Innovatek HPPS Plus 12V pump (based on the Eheim) is the upgraded and improved flagship pump from Innovatek. It is an power boost and performance upgrade upon the design of the original HPPS 12V Pump that has been used and relied upon by the thousands. The 20% improvement in the pump's discharge head puts it at an impressive 2.05 meters (6.7 feet). Even with the power increase it still only consumes 3 Watts of power to operate.
This pump is designed for use with Innovatek cpu blocks and reservoirs. The Innovatek Plug-On Reservoirs are designed to mate with this pump with no extra parts.

Special Operating Modes:
The HPPS Plus has several operating modes for specialists and special applications besides the normal mode it is set to when the pump is delivered (6.7 foot discharge head).

NOTE: The normal mode is more than sufficient for 99% of the users. Innovatek added the other two special modes for advanced users with special applications.

Changing the modes will VOID THE WARRANTY. To change the mode - pull off the blue end cap, extract the control board and move the jumpers to the setting you want to use.

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Message 1009347 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 16:26:46 UTC - in response to Message 1009342.  
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It seems My specs are changing a bit, But not too much, As of now their as follows:

Coolermaster HAF-932 Case
DEMCi-filters Dust HAF-932 filters(2 sets)
EVGA Classified 200 motherboard
Intel i5 750 cpu
4GB G.Skill DDR3-2000 Ripjaws ram
5-GTX295 cards(BFG, EVGA, etc for now)
Enermax 1050w Revolution85+ psu
Corsair 950w TX950W psu(for three 295 cards only)
Swiftech MCR-320 Radiator, 350pump & Reservoir(all in one, for cpu only)
Danger Den 1156 cpu water block(WBK-DN-TDX-1156)
1/2"ID Hoses(2 Loops) 20'?
2-Magicool NOVA 1080 Radiators(295 cards only, Same as 6-3x120 Radiators)
14-DEMCi-filters Dust(120x3) filters
18-Clamps
4-Koolance quick disconnect hose couplers
Koolance Adjustable Radiator Mount(Swiftech only)
Inovatech/Eheim 12v Pump(red version, 295 cards only)
1-Watercool AB-K Reservoir for Ehiem 1046/1048 pumps(295 cards only)
21-Triebwerk 120x55mm 88cfm fans
1-GTX295 Danger Den v1 Water Block
5-GTX295 Danger Den v2 Water Blocks


Hows does this look?


Five GTX295 cards wont fit on a EVGA Classified 200 motherboard. Not if there doublewide cards like my GTX285. Only three will work on that motherboard.

Maybe I'm missing something here?

Edit: Am I looking at the wrong motherboard?

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5083737&SRCCODE=GOOGLEBASE&cm_mmc_o=VRqCjC7BBTkwCjCECjCE

Lets see, Water cooling and 4 are Single PCB types... They'll fit fine. Thin enough?

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Message 1009349 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 16:28:22 UTC

Never mind the one I was looking at was blue...
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Message 1009358 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 16:38:43 UTC - in response to Message 1009347.  

It seems My specs are changing a bit, But not too much, As of now their as follows:

Coolermaster HAF-932 Case
DEMCi-filters Dust HAF-932 filters(2 sets)
EVGA Classified 200 motherboard
Intel i5 750 cpu
4GB G.Skill DDR3-2000 Ripjaws ram
5-GTX295 cards(BFG, EVGA, etc for now)
Enermax 1050w Revolution85+ psu
Corsair 950w TX950W psu(for three 295 cards only)
Swiftech MCR-320 Radiator, 350pump & Reservoir(all in one, for cpu only)
Danger Den 1156 cpu water block(WBK-DN-TDX-1156)
1/2"ID Hoses(2 Loops) 20'?
2-Magicool NOVA 1080 Radiators(295 cards only, Same as 6-3x120 Radiators)
14-DEMCi-filters Dust(120x3) filters
18-Clamps
4-Koolance quick disconnect hose couplers
Koolance Adjustable Radiator Mount(Swiftech only)
Inovatech/Eheim 12v Pump(red version, 295 cards only)
1-Watercool AB-K Reservoir for Ehiem 1046/1048 pumps(295 cards only)
21-Triebwerk 120x55mm 88cfm fans
1-GTX295 Danger Den v1 Water Block
5-GTX295 Danger Den v2 Water Blocks


Hows does this look?


Five GTX295 cards wont fit on a EVGA Classified 200 motherboard. Not if there doublewide cards like my GTX285. Only three will work on that motherboard.

Maybe I'm missing something here?

Edit: Am I looking at the wrong motherboard?

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5083737&SRCCODE=GOOGLEBASE&cm_mmc_o=VRqCjC7BBTkwCjCECjCE

Lets see, Water cooling and 4 are Single PCB types... They'll fit fine. Thin enough?


Oh, Sweet!

An double, Oh! Just realized I could fit two more GPU's on my EVGA board with water cooling. Like I'll ever have the money for it though.. :/
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Message 1009367 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 16:51:08 UTC - in response to Message 1009358.  
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It seems My specs are changing a bit, But not too much, As of now their as follows:

Coolermaster HAF-932 Case
DEMCi-filters Dust HAF-932 filters(2 sets)
EVGA Classified 200 motherboard
Intel i5 750 cpu
4GB G.Skill DDR3-2000 Ripjaws ram
5-GTX295 cards(BFG, EVGA, etc for now)
Enermax 1050w Revolution85+ psu
Corsair 950w TX950W psu(for three 295 cards only)
Swiftech MCR-320 Radiator, 350pump & Reservoir(all in one, for cpu only)
Danger Den 1156 cpu water block(WBK-DN-TDX-1156)
1/2"ID Hoses(2 Loops) 20'?
2-Magicool NOVA 1080 Radiators(295 cards only, Same as 6-3x120 Radiators)
14-DEMCi-filters Dust(120x3) filters
18-Clamps
4-Koolance quick disconnect hose couplers
Koolance Adjustable Radiator Mount(Swiftech only)
Inovatech/Eheim 12v Pump(red version, 295 cards only)
1-Watercool AB-K Reservoir for Ehiem 1046/1048 pumps(295 cards only)
21-Triebwerk 120x55mm 88cfm fans
1-GTX295 Danger Den v1 Water Block
5-GTX295 Danger Den v2 Water Blocks


Hows does this look?


Five GTX295 cards wont fit on a EVGA Classified 200 motherboard. Not if there doublewide cards like my GTX285. Only three will work on that motherboard.

Maybe I'm missing something here?

Edit: Am I looking at the wrong motherboard?

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5083737&SRCCODE=GOOGLEBASE&cm_mmc_o=VRqCjC7BBTkwCjCECjCE

Lets see, Water cooling and 4 are Single PCB types... They'll fit fine. Thin enough?


Oh, Sweet!

An double, Oh! Just realized I could fit two more GPU's on my EVGA board with water cooling. Like I'll ever have the money for it though.. :/

I'm not the 1st guy to think of this of course, User JackOfAll(trades?) has several with either 3 or 4 GTX295 cards. As to money I can afford to buy all the parts, But not all at once.
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=234602
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I'm not the 1st guy to think of this of course, User JackOfAll(trades?) has several with either 3 or 4 GTX295 cards. As to money I can afford to buy all the parts, But not all at once.
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=234602


He's got some clean looking machines there. Not a stray wire hanging anywhere.. Mine looks like a rats nest at the moment with 3 GPU's and 9 fans, plus a fan controller. Water cooling would clean most of that up though.

That's how I built mine. Spread it out over several months. In fact, it's still not completely done, I had to make serious compromises to get it running. Mainly on the GPU's. Planned on 3 GTX295's, could only do one GTX285 and two GTS250's.
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I'm not the 1st guy to think of this of course, User JackOfAll(trades?) has several with either 3 or 4 GTX295 cards. As to money I can afford to buy all the parts, But not all at once.
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=234602


He's got some clean looking machines there. Not a stray wire hanging anywhere.. Mine looks like a rats nest at the moment with 3 GPU's and 9 fans, plus a fan controller. Water cooling would clean most of that up though.

That's how I built mine. Spread it out over several months. In fact, it's still not completely done, I had to make serious compromises to get it running. Mainly on the GPU's. Planned on 3 GTX295's, could only do one GTX285 and two GTS250's.

Soon I'll have a 2nd GTX295, I could buy a 3rd, But I was convinced to get the Cars A/C done instead and I think the New Cat would like being transported home in comfort. Now what do I do with 3 other XP x64 OS CD's complete with Keys?

Of course I'd have to find them first most likely.
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Message 1009428 - Posted: 28 Jun 2010, 18:47:55 UTC - in response to Message 1009410.  


Soon I'll have a 2nd GTX295, I could buy a 3rd, But I was convinced to get the Cars A/C done instead and I think the New Cat would like being transported home in comfort. Now what do I do with 3 other XP x64 OS CD's complete with Keys?

Of course I'd have to find them first most likely.


Yeah, the A/C is certainly more important than a new card. Especially in your area.

I personally would sell the OP CD's. If you don't need em, why not make some money on em..
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Soon I'll have a 2nd GTX295, I could buy a 3rd, But I was convinced to get the Cars A/C done instead and I think the New Cat would like being transported home in comfort. Now what do I do with 3 other XP x64 OS CD's complete with Keys?

Of course I'd have to find them first most likely.


Yeah, the A/C is certainly more important than a new card. Especially in your area.

I personally would sell the OP CD's. If you don't need em, why not make some money on em..

How? FleaBay last I looked, doesn't allow It I think, They do take downs, regardless If their phony or legit. So since I traded one already(I used to have 4 extra instead of 3), Maybe the opportunity would arise again, maybe.
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