Ultimate Workstation Pt1: $20,000 of GPUs & 3970X PC Build, ft. BPS Customs & V100

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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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48 COMMENTS

  1. We've been using this for a while now and have been pretty amazed with the performance. Great for Blender animations, but also surprisingly heavily utilized by modern Premiere and its latest update. We'll do a follow-up with tests after part 2!
    Find BPS Customs here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcA8woXKjpLrSnpTi6hZgUw
    Watch our China-Only AMD 3500X review here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n57N1T3haWk
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    Watch our cat shelter charity PC build here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Tu0Q1x80VY

  2. Can you please not keep putting the very expensive cards, or even normal cards, so hard down on the table, please!

  3. They're not wearing anti-static straps. And they're handling $20k worth of GPUs. I'm sweating.

  4. Speaking of pads. When I water cooled my 2080ti, I didn't buy enough of the right size pads. I ended up reusing the ones off the air cooler. Lol it's a little janky, but it works

  5. Those fan shrouds @12:30 are available to 3D print here: https://www.cgtrader.com/3d-print-models/hobby-diy/electronics/nvidia-tesla-k80-v100-m40-cooling-fan-shroud-duct
    And to buy already printed, with a blower or axial fan from here: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NVIDIA-Tesla-K80-V100-M40-cooling-fan-shroud-duct/153175788721

    P.S. Cool to see my design on such a big channel 👍

  6. Geezus, I could build a V2 with TR3 with raided Optane with 970 Pro m.2 for storage drives with water chillers for ambient cooling for less than the price of one of those cards and it'll get at least 50% of the GPU rendering performance and likely better CPU rendering perf.

    Oh wait the V2 is bad hardware… Considering it's only 3-5x times faster than a 2080Ti in FP64 compute and is half the price… -_-

  7. 24min of wasted time. Spoiler alert, they don't build jack shit. Don't bother watching this video.
    You guys don't respect your viewer's time.

  8. 7:00 is the unit on the right missing the springs from under the screws?
    Edit.
    Oh wait, they're there. Weird, it seemed to me like they were missing and as result the backplate was bent inward.

  9. I'm looking at that gap u and I just have the suspicion that is going to have some issues in most places it is used less than a year down the line.

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