Moderator: Site Moderators
er.The only thing to check is the mainboard pcie slot speeds, you don't want to go below pcie 3.0 x4 on fast GPUs and pcie 3.0 x8 or pcie 2.0 x16 has max performance on Windows. For slow GPUs or Linux that doesn't matt
Found that out the hard way,Most dell / hp / lenovo boxes won't be much good for multi gpu folding.
Ricorocks wrote:not sure exactly what pre insall win 10 means. No OS, ready for win10 or what.
Would this be non standard connectors, which say evga 500 - 600W gold, PSU, not be able to accommodate?
Hdd & card length, seem to be the reason for moving.There is a problem with the default HDD mount so needs to be removed.
You could see at ppd.fahmm.net for project 9414: a pentium G2020 at 2.9 GHz "outperform" a i7-6700 at 3.4Ghz, both with a 1080 and Linux . Unfortunate i don't know what the OC setting for both 1080 are (as not reported in log files) but I think it's fair to conclude that the CPU speed has less impact on the performance compared to the GPU itself.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest