We’re building an extreme workstation with an AMD Threadripper 3970X and 2x NVIDIA Tesla V100 cards, all water cooled.
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Part 2 will show the loop building and assembly. We weren’t planning on it originally, but we’ll also run a follow-up piece with some performance metrics. We’ve been using the machine for a little while now and have found that, much to our surprise and excitement, the Teslas actually have a massive impact on all of our work. We’ll run some numbers for a later video. In the meantime, in this video, we’re putting some EK Titan V water blocks on the Tesla V100 32GB cards, and we’ll be using Water Cool components for the reservoir and Threadripper CPU block, coming up in part 2. This system’s job will be to tackle complex Blender animations and product renders, Adobe Premiere editing (and it’s better utilized than expected), and proper multitasking of renders + editing simultaneously.
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