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    News - Colfax shows off octo-GPU NVIDIA Tesla server

    Colfax International used GTC to show off what it's calling "the world's first eight Tesla GPU server", the CXT8000.
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    Re: News - Colfax shows off octo-GPU NVIDIA Tesla server

    Ok, so who's buying one of them for Folding?
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    Re: News - Colfax shows off octo-GPU NVIDIA Tesla server

    Funny I wondered the same thing, also wont they overheat? that many with such little cooling?
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    Re: News - Colfax shows off octo-GPU NVIDIA Tesla server

    I am guessing they would run hot yes, but not overheat. GPU's can run at 90+C fine, and if they are at high workload all the time then it takes out the dmg from cooling and heating of the processor and PCB, so they will be quite reliable. I wouldn't want to listen to it though

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    Re: News - Colfax shows off octo-GPU NVIDIA Tesla server

    anyone thinks this could finaly run crysis?
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    Re: News - Colfax shows off octo-GPU NVIDIA Tesla server

    Are those cards designed to draw air from the back or something? Just there isn't much of a gap between them for airflow!!

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    Windows is probably the last OS I'd consider for any sort of high performance computing! Yeah I did notice you put 'Joke'

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