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CAUTION 04-07-09 12:48 PM

23 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295s packed into one system
 
Lmao please read on:

http://www.engadget.com/2009/04/07/v...e-system-over/

breathemetal 04-07-09 01:09 PM

Re: 23 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295s packed into one system
 
imagine the heat output. holy ****
that would be a blast to build and liquid cool though

marqmajere 04-07-09 01:54 PM

Re: 23 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295s packed into one system
 
That is freakin awesome!

Kemo 04-07-09 02:17 PM

Re: 23 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295s packed into one system
 
can it run crysis?

XDanger 04-07-09 02:40 PM

Re: 23 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295s packed into one system
 
Folding farm @ Stanford, What a waste!! jk

$n][pErMan 04-07-09 05:49 PM

Re: 23 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295s packed into one system
 
You know ur a ****ing nerd when you think this is awesome... and this is awesome :)

Sazar 04-07-09 06:08 PM

Re: 23 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295s packed into one system
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by CAUTION (Post 1977687)

Google the maximumpc article. It should lead to the forum thread where he is posting and explaining what he did to make things work. Also talks about his dad's Huntington's disease and how he hopes that he is making a difference to help other people.

That's why I Fold, that's why everyone else on our Folding team folds. There have been tangible results and published findings so the computing power of the collective (the hive? :eek: ) IS working :)

If interested, click on the Folding@Home thread in the open forums or click on the link in my signature :)

-edit- here is a link to Atlas' website and his compute cluster.

http://atlasfolding.com/

Note that some people may have been duped by the jackass who hijacked atlas' youtube video and passed off the solution as his own.

CAUTION 04-07-09 07:41 PM

Re: 23 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295s packed into one system
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Sazar (Post 1977955)
Google the maximumpc article. It should lead to the forum thread where he is posting and explaining what he did to make things work. Also talks about his dad's Huntington's disease and how he hopes that he is making a difference to help other people.

That's why I Fold, that's why everyone else on our Folding team folds. There have been tangible results and published findings so the computing power of the collective (the hive? :eek: ) IS working :)

If interested, click on the Folding@Home thread in the open forums or click on the link in my signature :)

-edit- here is a link to Atlas' website and his compute cluster.

http://atlasfolding.com/

Note that some people may have been duped by the jackass who hijacked atlas' youtube video and passed off the solution as his own.


WOW Sazar thanks for the great info !!

Eliminator 04-07-09 09:08 PM

Re: 23 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295s packed into one system
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kemo (Post 1977766)
can it run crysis?

maybe at 640x480 :o

Bman212121 04-07-09 09:14 PM

Re: 23 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295s packed into one system
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by XDanger (Post 1977783)
Folding farm @ Stanford, What a waste!! jk

The numbers that must churn out have to be insane. I'd estimate it at being able to do between 368,000 - 460,000 PPD. :eek:

EDIT: Hmm, after reading Sazar's link it's really only 19 GTX 295s and a couple of other GPUs. I'm surprised he only has a 260K PPD average. I'm guessing not all of the clients are online at one time. I'd think that system setup should be over 300K PPD if everything was on.

HYBRID 04-09-09 09:14 AM

Re: 23 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295s packed into one system
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Eliminator (Post 1978032)
maybe at 640x480 :o


HAHAHA it is pretty impressive.....Oh by the way 1024x800 4x 16af. for Crysis :captnkill:


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