A new pc i built .........

Discussion in 'PC Hardware' started by compaq66, Jul 2, 2011.

  1. compaq66

    compaq66 MDL Novice

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    here is the spec's on this computer .......


    Supermicro SuperServer 7046GT-TRF-FC405 - 4x NVIDIA "Fermi" Tesla C2050 GPUs
    Processor 2 x Six-Core Intel® Xeon® X5690 3.47GHz 6.4GT/s QPI 12MB L3 Cache (130W)
    Memory 12 x 16GB PC3-8500 1066MHz DDR3 ECC Registered
    Hard Drive 4 x 600GB SATA 6.0Gbps 10000RPM - 3.5" - Western Digital VelociRaptor™ WD6000HLHX
    4 x 600GB Intel® 320 Series 2.5" SATA Solid State Drive (Multi Cell) (MLC) (25nm) (Kit)
    5.25" Bay Samsung 22x DVD+/-RW Dual Layer LightScribe (SATA)
    Lite-On 4x Blu-Ray Disc Reader (SATA)
    3.5" Bay All-in-One 3.5" Card Reader (Black)
    Video Card ATI FirePro™ V8750 2GB (2xDP, 1xDVI)
    Video Card 4 x NVIDIA "Fermi" Tesla C2050 Computing Processor - 3GB GDDR5 - 448 Cores
    PCI Express Expansion QLogic SANblade QLE2564 8Gbps Quad Port Fibre Channel to PCI Express x8 HBA
    Battery Backup 3ware Battery Backup Unit for 3ware 9650SE Series
    Accessories Quick-Release Mounting Rails for Standard-Depth Rack - 26.5" to 36.40"
    Operating System Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 Ultimate (64-bit) (DSP)
    Warranty Three Year Warranty with Advanced Parts Replacement and Onsite Service
    Memory Technology DDR3 ECC Reg.
    North Bridge Intel 5520
    Form Factor Tower Color Black
    Memory Slots Twelve 240-pin DIMM sockets
    Graphics Matrox G200eW Graphics
    4x NVIDIA Fermi C2050 GPU Cards
    Ethernet Intel® 82574L Dual Gigabit Ethernet
    Serial ATA Intel® ICH10R controller with 6 x SATA2 (3 Gbps)
    Power Gold-Level High-Efficiency 1400W Redudnant (1+1) w/PMBus
    External Bays 3x 5.25" Peripheral Drive Bay, 1x Fixed 3.5" Drive Bays
    Internal Bays 8x 3.5" Hot-Swap SAS / SATA Drive Bays
    Expansion Slots 4x PCI Express 2.0 x16, 2x PCI Express 2.0 x4 (in x16 slot), 1x PCI Express x4 (in x16 slot), 1x PCI
    Front Panel Power on/off button & system reset button
    Power LED, hard drive activity LED, 2 network activity LEDs, system overheat LED & power fail LED
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 17.2" x 7" x 25.5"
    RAID Levels RAID 0, 1, 5, 10
    Processors
    Socket LGA1366 Socket
    Clock Speed 3.47 GHz
    QuickPath 6.4 GTs
    L3 Cache 12 MB Shared
    L2 Cache 6 x 256 KB
    Wattage 130 W
    Intel VT Technology Yes
    Intel Turbo Boost Technology Yes
    Intel Hyper-Threading Technology Yes
    Memory
    Technology DDR3
    Speed 1066 MHz
    Video Cards
    Memory Capacity 2 GB
    Processor FirePro 3D V8750
    Core Clock Speed 1.15GHz
    Multi-GPU Technology ATI CrossFire™ Pro
    ATI FirePro™ S400 Synchronization Module
    DisplayPort Output 2
    DVI Output 1
    Optical Drives
    Product Type DVDRW
    Read Speed 48x CD-ROM, 16x DVD+/-R, 12x DVD+/-RW, 12x DVD±R DL
    Write Speed 48x CD-R, 22x DVD+/-R, 16x DVD±R DL, 12x DVD-RAM
    Rewrite Speed None
    Optical Drives #2
    Product Type BD-ROM
    Read Speed BD: BD-ROM/R/RE SL 4X maximum by CAVBD-ROM/R/RE SL 4X maximum by CAV
    DVD: 8X maximum by CAV
    CD: 32X maximum by CAV
    Write Speed None
    Rewrite Speed 4x CD-RW, 8x DVD+RW, 6x DVD-RW
    Hard Drives
    Storage Capacity 600GB
    Rotational Speed 10,000RPM
    Cache 32MB
    Network Cards
    Transmission Speed 8Gbps
    Host Interface PCI Express


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    Configured Price:
    $31,730.00

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  2. 3ricky114

    3ricky114 MDL Senior Member

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    OMFG:worthy: I want your PC:worthy:
     
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  3. Nawzil

    Nawzil MDL Guru

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    I get dizzy when reading that. Just summarise it and post only the basic things.
     
  4. R29k

    R29k MDL GLaDOS

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    #4 R29k, Jul 2, 2011
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    :eek: What you gonna do with that bake chickens ?

    4 Tesla C2050 @ 238 watts is 952 watts
    2 x Xeon® X5690 @ 130 watts is 260 watts
    1 x ATI FirePro™ V8750 @ 150 watts
    Plus 100 watts for rest of stuff
    That's 1462 watts at peak load :hypo:
     
  5. balaualex

    balaualex MDL Novice

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    with this PC can send 10 rockets to the moon
     
  6. spion

    spion MDL Member

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    jayblok MDL Guru

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    are you going to war with that thing or what???:biggrin:
     
  8. spion

    spion MDL Member

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    i think he is going to vitualize a hole datacenter :p
     
  9. Nawzil

    Nawzil MDL Guru

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    #9 Nawzil, Jul 3, 2011
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    I can buy a Brand New Car with that Money. $$$$$$$
     
  10. Neubie2

    Neubie2 MDL Novice

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    Key Features
    1. Supports up to 4 Double-Width GPU
    2. Intel® Xeon® processor 5600/5500 series, with QPI up to 6.4 GT/s
    3. Up to 192GB DDR3 1333/ 1066/ 800MHz ECC Registered DIMM / 48GB Unbuffered DIMM
    4. 4 (x16) PCI-E 2.0, 2 (x4) PCI-E 2.0 (in x16 slots), 1 (x4) PCI-E (in x8 slot), 2x PCI 33MHz slots
    5. Intel® Dual 82574L Gigabit Ethernet
    6. 8 x 3.5" Hot-swap Drives Trays Supports up to 6 SATA Drives
    7. 1400W Gold Level Redundant Power Supply
    8. Tower or Rackmount
    9. 4x Nvidia Fermi C2050 GPU Cards
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    Wow!! Quite a Rig. I thought my dual Opterons were bad? I don't know if I would want to see your hydro Bill?
    Enjoy your new Rig.
     
  11. ff7fan4eva

    ff7fan4eva MDL Junior Member

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    Cool but a bit overkill maybe?
     
  12. Stannieman

    Stannieman MDL Guru

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    Do the nvidia teslas work nice together with the ati?
    And those 4 ssds in raid 0 would.....damn fast
     
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  13. burnerben

    burnerben MDL Novice

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    That is an awesome build! I'm thinking about a very similar build but starting with GTX 580s and upgrading down the road, but I'm a bit worried about the noise level from the system.

    I'd be really grateful if you could comment on the noise level that it generates (I've sat in a room with a Dell PowerEdge Server and just couldn't concentrate to save my life). Is this megaworkstation something you mind having in your office or would you rather have it sitting in another room for remote access?
     
  14. spion

    spion MDL Member

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    i think if you use regular HDD's those are the ones making the most noise the rest can be fixed with liquid cooling.
     
  15. starams5

    starams5 MDL Member

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    I have the same question as the others, what are you going to do with all that.... I have two servers, an ASUS Z8NA-D6C with duel quads, and an old Intel SE7500CW2 server board. I could fit the specs of both into one of your (compaq66) paragraphs.
     
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  16. Stannieman

    Stannieman MDL Guru

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    A bit of bitcoin mining perhaps :)
     
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  17. spion

    spion MDL Member

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    Maybe he is using his PC for cracking and massive calculating purposes. like calculating rainbow tables o_O
     
  18. compaq66

    compaq66 MDL Novice

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    it for video, and games!!! i got tired of the thing and sold it for 6500 cash ........but i still have my new m3 bmw ..... microsoft pays well!?:worthy::worthy::worthy: