My current rig:
Case: Corsair 500D
CPU cooler: Corsair H110i
Motherboard: ASUS PRIME x299 Deluxe
RAM: 128GB (8x16) Corsair Vengeance LPX
GPU1: Nvidia Titan Xp
GPU2: Nvidia Titan Xp
GPU cooling: EK Fluid Gaming with a 360mm radiator
Storage: 2TB Samsung 970 PRO
PSU: Corsair HX1200i
Excuse the sloppy wiring - it was temporary and has been cleaned up.
Looks like a fun thread Jeffrey! It'll be interesting to see what hardware others are using. I just finished this new build about a week ago, so perfect timing !
I'd also really like to see a new standard Visualize Benchmark that we could compare with our various builds. There are so many strategies on what is the best hardware (CPU's & GPU's) it'd be great to see benchmarks versus hardware for some real world comparisons. There are a lot of super talented users on this forum and a little sharing of knowledge can go a long way to getting the most bang for the buck when building a new workstation.
My new Workstation:
Case - Cooler Master COSMOS II 25th Anniversary Edition
CPU's - Dual Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2680 v3 - 24 cores 48 threads
CPU Coolers - Dual Noctua NH-U12DXi4 120mm SSO2 (Push/Pull Config)
Motherboard - ASUS Z10PE-D8 WS
RAM - Samsung 128GB (8x16GB) DDR4 2133 EEC Server RAM
GPU's - (4) EKWB Water cooled EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 + EK-FC Terminal X4
Storage - (Boot) Samsung 970 EVO SSD 2TB & (Data) Samsung 860 EVO SSD 4TB
PSU - EVGA SuperNOVA 1600W T2 80+ Titanium
Radiator - EK-CoolStream PE 360
Water Pump - EK-XRES 100 Revo D5 RGB PWM
GPU Water Blocks - (4) EK-FC1080 GTX Ti FTW3
Fans - Noctua everywhere (11)
What do you see for temps? I see you're using a single 360mm radiator. How are the fans configured on it?
I'd be interested in seeing some benchmarks for these builds as well. The reference model used in the official benchmarks is a good start, but ideally there would be some longer duration tests as well in order to reflect real world cooling performance.
Three 120mm fans are mounted above the radiator pulling the air straight out the vented top of the case.
After a 45 minute warm up with all 4 cards running at 95-100% I get about 64c.
Holy crap Dave! And I thought my rig was a decent one. You make mine look anemic.
OMG! Is that thing self aware yet?
Dell Precision Tower 7910 XCTO Base
Dual Intel Xeon Processor E5-2630 v4 (10C, 2.2GHz, 3.1GHz Turbo, 2133MHz, 25MB, 85W)
32GB (4x8GB) 2400MHz DDR4 RDIMM ECC
2.5" 512GB SATA Class 30 Solid State Drive
2.5" 512GB SATA Class 20 Solid State Drive (Additional)
Dual NVIDIA Quadro P5000, (4 DP, DL-DVI-D), T7910 SLI
1Gbit NIC add-in card (PCIe- Intel)
Dell Precision T7910 1300W Chassis v2, BW
Work didn't want me to build my own so this is the best I could do with ordering through a Dell Supplier
My Current Rig:
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X CPU
2 NVIDIA Titan Xp CPUs
AsRock Taichi X399 mother board
Crucial MX500 500 GB M.2 boot drive
Samsun EVO 860 2TB M.2 data drive
G.SKILL TridentZ 64GB RAM
NZXT Kraken X62 CPU cooling
EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G1+ 1000W power supply
All stuffed in a Corsair Carbide Series Air 540
Very nice looking machine Mark !
Just put together a new rig. The cooling and wiring need to be cleaned up and I need a new circuit run to handle the full power, but I just did a quick test to see how it runs. Using the reference model (Bunkspeed sign) at 3840x2160 and 500 passes in GPU-only mode, I get:
No denoiser: 1:06
W/ denoiser: 1:06 (same)
This is almost exactly double the speed of my other rig with twin Titan Xps in it (also water-cooled). That's pretty much what I'd expect given that the new Turing functions aren't being utilized in Visualize (yet).
Details on the new rig incl pics and proper performance specs to follow once the new circuit has been run. In the mean time, it's an i9 with quad 2080Tis and water cooling.
Dang! (4) 2080 TI's ? Holy Moly !
Very much looking forward to your pics! Congrats!
And when it comes to benchmarks... Screenshots or it didn't happen...