how are the temps?
How are the temperatures?
Can't go wrong with a 2080 ti :-)
It's a panel you can take off. I prefer it off for better air flow
I use this rig for 3D rendering. They aren't in SLI. It's an NVlink, and I use it sometimes when the scenes are too large to render with just the RAM of one gpu, so it combines both of them.
Where did you see that? Yea I did this Beethoven 3d art: https://www.facebook.com/AlexMarks3D/photos/pcb.1658904224163675/1658893990831365/?type=3&theater
Hey there I am overclocking my 7980xe to 4.1. Get's a bit high but manageable
Hey there, I like the keyboard because of the many macro keys on the left. I am a 3d artist and use them a lot :-)
Ah thanks a lot man. Definitely have a bunch of your build pics on my PC somewhere when I was getting references of what I wanted to get :-)
the vrms. Not sure how big of a difference it makes though :-)
I have them listed on my other builds here:
Nice man! I'm a 3d artist as well and am building a similar build.
Hey there, I am thinking of getting those LL fans on a h115i to cool a 7980xe. I know the LL140 isn't really the most optimal choice for a radiator, but does it do a good job? Do you just compensate by ramping up the RPM a bit? Thanks for the insight!
One reason is that at 8 sticks you are maxed out. You can't upgrade...
At 4 sticks you leave room to add 4 more at some point at least. A little more future proof
Nice man, doing a similar build. Why did you go with 64gb 8x8gb instead of 4x16gb?
I ended up going for a 1600 T2 Evga haha
Thanks a lot for your response man. Going nuts here researching. Would you consider this okay or is it a waste? https://siliconlottery.com/collections/all/products/7980xe42g?variant=47949930700
Great job! Very clean looking! Good taste man
Hey there, what are the temps for the 7980xe? Is it delidded? Thanks!
Hey there, is your 7980xe delidded?
Thanks a lot!
Hey man, I'm gonna do a similiar build. I just wanted to know why all of the 7980xe Rampage Extreme VI builds on here have 1500w power supplies. Is it completely necessary or will I be okay with an EVGA 1200 Supernova? Thanks man
Hey man, I'm gonna copy this build. I just wanted to know why all of the 7980xe Rampage Extreme VI builds on here have 1500w power supplies. Is it completely necessary or will I be okay with an EVGA 1200 Supernova? Thanks man
thanks man! It's nothing out-of-this-world crazy. Just gotta start and take your time. Took 2 months or so working on it a bit everyday :-)
For my needs x99 is fine :-)
Thanks a lot! :-)
Not really man. I work on average 15 hours a day. Don't party or go out really. Don't have a car... etc. I invest most of my money back into my profession. This was build over 2 months, an hour or 2 a day. You probably have more money in the bank than I do right now haha
Yes, I am a little insane. Just try to point it in decent directions haha
Relatively not expensive at all! Benq1070 projector. 700 bucks... bought it about 2 years ago and have thousands of hours of netflix and games on it. Very worth it!
3d rendering, they all work together over the network to render 3d stuff
27 inch monitors, and 125 screen haha
I got my throw on amazon. I don't remember which brand, but it had a lot of good reviews
haha, what is CEMR? Where is that?
benq1070. Probably one of the best things i've bought. Already spent thousands of hours watching movies and playing ps4 games on it. Well worth it!
Hey thank! This PC was really just built with the intent of being a render node for 3d rendering. For those purposes it works great :-)
Thanks! yea the build guide is just go to the gym haha
Thanks! It's actually a Benq1070 projector. I forget sometimes that it's not a TV haha. I love gaming and watching movies on it but I've never been so crazy about the technical hz and stuff. For competative gaming it may not be the best thing haha. Check out the specs online and let me know!
Thanks man! Don't ever get discouraged when seeing stuff online. It all just takes time, patience, and being able to search google efficiently to figure out why things go wrong. This was my first REAL custom PC. Kinda just started and didn't know what I was getting myself into really. Just do it man!
3d rendering, they work together over the network to render out images. Saves a lot of time