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    Multiplatform

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    oh ok
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    aint Geekbench an Apple benchmark?
    Yes, but not Apple only. It's for Windows and Linux also.

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    Thank you for posting rig spec's.

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    Available for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS
    Rig2: 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @2.4), Asus z9 pe-d8 ws, 32gb ripjawsz under water, rig3 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @2.4), Supermicro 7047A-T 16GB 1600 ecc reg, on air, Rig4: 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @3.1), Supermicro x9 DAi 16GB 1600 ecc reg, on air, Rig5: 2*e5-2660 (16c/32t @2.7), Supermicro x9 DRW iF 32GB 1600 ecc reg, on air

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Available for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS
    Thanks for filling in my failing memory - I forgot the mobile applications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tutor View Post
    Sure, but my post covered two of them. I've added more information for these two systems in my earlier post, above.

    I held up on putting system spec's in for the sidebar because I've got a CPU/GPU renderfarm with 16 clocktweaked CPU and GPU, Multi-OS, selfbuilds and 4 Mac Pros - all housing over 60 GTX GPUs. Moreover, I've got other, some ancient - like PowerMacs, Amigas and Ataris, clocktweaked systems that I use for music production, 2d animation and video. That makes it hard for me to pick one. What criteria should I use? I've now tried to cover the more recent systems in the sidebar, but I don't really know what's expected in cases like mine. Help!

    Id like to see a Pic of your setup bro. Sounds like a nerds paradise!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Id like to see a Pic of your setup bro. Sounds like a nerds paradise!
    My junior high school cohorts gave me the nic "Tutor" in derision, in the 1960s because I had to work the last year of junior high (and later throughout high school) tutoring elementary school and junior high students in math. Then, I'd never heard of the word "nerd," but the nic "Tutor" stuck to me like glue. I subsequently tutored high schoolers in math when I was in college.

    My render paradise has many islands (i.e., it lies in many rooms). Electrical power allocation dictates this because each of my 20 render farm participants have multiple GPUs - some with 8/6, others with 8/8/6 and still others with 8/8 pin-power configurations. So FSP BoosterX5s are in each of them. Accordingly, those islands are required to keep from blowing fuses. Thus, I can't take "a Pic of [my] setup." I'd have to take many pics and unless I opened each case, you just see 20 pictures of cases - not too satisfying I bet. But I have taken some pics of some of the internals in the past. Here's are pics of the internals of one of my 32 core systems: All We Know About Maximizing CPU Related Performance - Page 12 - MacRumors Forums . Next is an old pic of the inside of one of my Tyan FT2-B7015 Servers, with 72 gigs of ram, 7 gigs of internal HD storage aided by 2xXeon5675s and 8xEVGA GTX Titan SC (GK110A - the original ones). All We Know About Maximizing CPU Related Performance - Page 26 - MacRumors Forums .

    All of my GPUs are tweaked with EVGA Precision X. When one has the SC version of EVGA GTXs, memory tweaking benefits 3d rendering the most.

    I've gone with adding GPU rendering to my CPU render farm in reliance on claims, subsequent substantiated by my experiences, made by Nvidia and Otoy (the company that sells OctaneRender). Nvidia says that a single Telsa K20X (and subsequently the Tesla K40X) has, at least, the compute power of 10 E5-2687W V1 single CPU systems. Otoy says that a single GTX card renders faster than its Telsa counterpart. The reference design Titan is the GTX counterpart to the Tesla K20X and the GTX Titan Black Edition (GK110b) (a GTX 780 Ti [GK110b] with 6 vs.3 gigs of vram, but the same no. of CUDA cores - 2880) is the counterpart to a Tesla K40X. So a reference design GTX 780 Ti should have the compute ability of the GTX Titan Black Edition - but with half the vram, i.e., 3 gigs, and each of them, because of there higher clocks even in the reference design edition, should be faster than 10 E5-2687W V1 single CPU systems. I have a Titan equivalency for all of my GPU cards of greater than 55. It's like having 55 GTX Titans or the rendering power of 55x10 or 550 E5-2687W V1 single CPU systems or 275 dual E5-2687W V1 systems in 20 cases and with much less latency, space and power requirements. Moreover, since CUDA rendering taxes only the GPUs, I can render simultaneously, and even separately, on the 190+ CPU cores. Truly, a rendering nerd's paradise.
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    As the age old question goes...... Can it play Crysis? Lol jk

    That some serious juice you sucking up there. What in gods name are you rendering?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    As the age old question goes...... Can it play Crysis? Lol jk

    That some serious juice you sucking up there. What in gods name are you rendering?
    I produce:
    1) custom videos to assist me in training corporate management in employment contract, EEO, compensation/employee benefits, OSHA/MSHA, and labor relations matters, using graphics/video/games/2d and 3d animations to aid in conveying concepts and for enhancing knowledge retention and
    2) artwork/animations for i/ebooks.

    This year I will be producing my own i/ebooks and general distribution work place training series, as well as games and short form movies. My ultimate goal is to produce my own animated movie series, more Unity 3d based games and offer movie special effects services. I'll be working mostly on my own projects and traveling to help gather material to produce and market my own content. This how I plan to spent my so-called retirement.
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