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Old 2011-09-27, 00:50   #45
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Xyzzy does just this, with two computers running nVidia GPUs and TF. The question here was if a different trade of power versus speed might make sense.
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Old 2016-07-17, 20:07   #46
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The above thread includes several hardware setups from the first half of 2016, including run-cost analysis. There are several techniques for sharing power supplies.

Recycling high-core low-clock Xeon chips was also found to be cost-efficient.
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Old 2016-07-18, 16:41   #47
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http://semiaccurate.com/2016/07/11/s...dom-e300-u500/

Thought people might be interested.

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