The one with the pre installed block, I didn't find it on ppc
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Depends really, if it's a kit that doesn't make the GPU close to the side panel/tempered glass, it's OK if you're willing to sacrifice a few °C.
These are custom, but I'd suggest the Cablemod kit.
I don't do PLA.
I only do ABS and now PVB from Polymaker.
In LAN, all PCs are Gigabit (if they have Gigabit ports and your switches/routers are capable of it).
I have my modem, going into an ASUS RT-AC68U, which has one 100' wire to my workshop, which has a second ASUS RT-AC68U for mesh and my backup server, then another 100' wire that goes to my desk which has a D-Link 8-port unmanaged switch who feeds both my desktop and my server.
At home, I only have 40/10, because I don't really need more based on my usage.
2950X peaks quite high during rendering.
One high 60's and the other low 70's when folding for 24+h.
I tried uploading the 20 or so pictures, four or five times, this is the most I could get, every single time I'd get errors, doesn't seem I'll be posting much builds here if it's always a PITA.
Custom designed 3D print. Took 7 revisions to have one strong enough to hold two GPUs, holds an RGB strip too.
I also only requested these for the build. It's just a workstation and doesn't have storage. Just needs enough storage for projects as all data is storage on the server.
Let's see ;)
It had a 850W from Gigabyte, but CPU @ 4.2 all core and both GPUs stock pull 950W from the wall when folding with the GPUs and benching the CPU.