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December 21, 2017, 05:07:00 AM
Last edit: March 26, 2018, 03:18:44 PM by VoskCoin
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Thanks to Phil (dont bug him he doesn't carry stock of these xD) I was able to pickup one of the Onda B250 BTC D8P Ver. 1 Mobo's which has 8 full size PCIE slots and 12 total PCIE slots on the board. I slapped 8x 1070 TI's on it and here are the results! I think this will be the hot new trend of 2018 . . but BTC Talk did it first!

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GPU (1070 TI)
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Motherboard
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PCIE 6 pin to 2x 6+2 Pin Splitter
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Zip Ties
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Mining Shelf Rack
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PCIE 1x 6 pin to 2x 6+2 pin (splitter)
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Metered 30 amp l6-30p PDU
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240v/PDU C19/C20 Power Cable
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December 21, 2017, 05:32:17 AM
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I'm interested if this can run 8 1080Tis. How do you power 3 Molex and 3 SATA with a server PSU?
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Well,  I think this is not really good in a long run, cause gpus are very close to each other, that's why temp should be high there.
For example my result for GTX1070ti is about 530-540 sol/s, this achieved @ PL 90, core +208 mem +300 and temps are really low - like 62 -67C degrees
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December 21, 2017, 09:20:42 AM
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Well,  I think this is not really good in a long run, cause gpus are very close to each other, that's why temp should be high there.
For example my result for GTX1070ti is about 530-540 sol/s, this achieved @ PL 90, core +208 mem +300 and temps are really low - like 62 -67C degrees

I think if you have a case with fans on both sides, should disperse the heat nicely. Otherwise a water cooled set up is the alternative.
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December 21, 2017, 10:08:56 AM
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I like your reports! They are informative and detail. But there is the question: Why do you place GPUs so close to each other? It's not good for the cooling. Of course your presented temperatures are amazing. But the distance about 8-10 centimeters between GPUs I think the best choise

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December 23, 2017, 07:03:35 PM
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I'm interested if this can run 8 1080Tis. How do you power 3 Molex and 3 SATA with a server PSU?
personally I wouldn't be too comfortable slapping that many 1080 TI on there O_O / could use an adapter (likely)

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December 23, 2017, 07:04:40 PM
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Well,  I think this is not really good in a long run, cause gpus are very close to each other, that's why temp should be high there.
For example my result for GTX1070ti is about 530-540 sol/s, this achieved @ PL 90, core +208 mem +300 and temps are really low - like 62 -67C degrees
whats your entire rig consist of / how are you cards placed?

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December 23, 2017, 07:08:19 PM
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Well,  I think this is not really good in a long run, cause gpus are very close to each other, that's why temp should be high there.
For example my result for GTX1070ti is about 530-540 sol/s, this achieved @ PL 90, core +208 mem +300 and temps are really low - like 62 -67C degrees

I think if you have a case with fans on both sides, should disperse the heat nicely. Otherwise a water cooled set up is the alternative.
good point watercooled could be a lot of fun with this, I know a couple places working on cases / prebuilt setups for this so that'll be interesting to see

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December 23, 2017, 07:09:15 PM
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I like your reports! They are informative and detail. But there is the question: Why do you place GPUs so close to each other? It's not good for the cooling. Of course your presented temperatures are amazing. But the distance about 8-10 centimeters between GPUs I think the best choise
thanks brother! // I wouldn't if I didn't have to! I would love for this board to implement more spacing or a cheap case to slap onto it, would be no fun to use risers with all those full size slots on it

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