I am too. If I hadn't done a few hours of video encoding I might have caught SlangNRox.@crashtech and I are in a tight race!
Ha! PrimeGrid is the one project where I can tell you, for sure, that your card won't "pollute" anything. The AMD version of PPS Sieve has extra checks to make sure the computation was done successfully. You'll either run that card just fine, or your CPU will max out for awhile and the WU will abort.I didn't engage the RX 5700, because I wasn't sure if it was supported yet, and there was some talk about the Navi cards "polluting" DC results, when their wingman was also a Navi card, so I wanted to avoid that.
Extension cord..........................neighbor's outside outlet...............problem solved until noticed.Edit: I do have a third PC here, with yet another GTX 1660 ti 6GB card, which I could, in theory, fire up, but that one's not on a UPS, and tends to trip the breaker when all of them are running. (So I've got that one shut down for now.)
No, but perhaps we can stay ahead of TSBT.Think that we can beat Aggie The Pew? I'm thinking... possibly.
Almost everybody. ;-)Looks like everybody upgraded their GPUs but me.
Same at my home, but thankfully only at day, not (yet) at night, and especially not in my bedroom in which I don't have computers.Ambient has got to be 85-90F in this room,
I am still getting by with single-fan window exhaust, and just open windows as intake. It helps that I don't need any insect screens at this place and time of year.even with a dual-fan window exhaust, and the windows opened in the other room for intake air, as well as the A/C set to "fan only" as an intake.
I don't know how far you have tweaked your setups already, but: More GPUs with reduced power limit are better than fewer GPUs at factory settings.I do have a third PC here, with yet another GTX 1660 ti 6GB card, which I could, in theory, fire up, but that one's not on a UPS, and tends to trip the breaker when all of them are running.
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