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26 May 2022
@archlinuxrussian:matrix.orgarchlinuxrussianWell, according to cpubenchmark.net, the i5-12400 basically is on-par with the Ryzen 5 560021:14:25
@archlinuxrussian:matrix.orgarchlinuxrussianA little bit behind on multi-core, a little bit above in single-core21:14:40
@archlinuxrussian:matrix.orgarchlinuxrussianSo, for a better case...I can either go Corsair 4000D or 4000X The former includes 2 fans (I don't want to bother buying more and more fans, if anything I'd salvage some from my current 450D case) and has a MESH front. The latter includes 3 fans, is RGB (opposed to the former), but has a tempered glass front-panel rather than mesh. I'm mainly concerned about air flow, so I'm thinking 4000D it is 🤷22:09:20
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22:17:13
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chrislas: just FYI - I searched "office hours" in Fountain (didn't find it), I also tried adding "officehours.hair/rss" and then directly the fireside feed url.... Neither feed url allows sending sats...

👆 I see it showing up if you search for "Office Hours Chris"

Does that work for you?

22:17:46
@archlinuxrussian:matrix.orgarchlinuxrussianI think I'll go 4000X it's maybe 30$ more, has RGB, and I can just remove the front glass for better airflow And the RGB is supported via OpenRGB22:57:08
27 May 2022
@fedx:matrix.orgfedxThey can be super annoying to work in, but I am kind of a fan of the whole "gaming server" concept. If you don't care about flashy gamer looks, a server case from iStar can look pretty sweet... 01:42:40
@archlinuxrussian:matrix.orgarchlinuxrussianHmm?01:43:35
@kanjo_b00gie:jupiterbroadcasting.comkanjo_b00gie
In reply to @archlinuxrussian:matrix.org
So, for a better case...I can either go Corsair 4000D or 4000X The former includes 2 fans (I don't want to bother buying more and more fans, if anything I'd salvage some from my current 450D case) and has a MESH front. The latter includes 3 fans, is RGB (opposed to the former), but has a tempered glass front-panel rather than mesh. I'm mainly concerned about air flow, so I'm thinking 4000D it is 🤷
I’ve got the 4000d airflow. Mesh front and tg side panel. Great cable management and “all the holes” are great for dual gpu, fans, aio and other gadgets that make heat.
01:45:23
@archlinuxrussian:matrix.orgarchlinuxrussianI'm just doing air cooling 😂 and to be honest, going 4000X, as I can just remove the front glass pane and still have the dust filter, plus the RGB as I've never done that and "just wanna have fun" this time around ^_^01:46:53
@kanjo_b00gie:jupiterbroadcasting.comkanjo_b00gie

That’s the end goal, air cooling. Haha.

I was impatient and used the aio I had(only am4 compatible cooler) and didn’t feel like waiting 3 days for a cooler. That was 3 months ago...plus the aio pump is making uh oh noises. The most rgb I’ve personally done is one of the gpu, it lights up the gigabyte logo. Gf like rgb all the things

01:50:42
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01:51:53
@kanjo_b00gie:jupiterbroadcasting.comkanjo_b00gieI need to switch the front 140s for triple 120s and replace the rad/fan with another 120. Thinking noctua cooler but black edition01:52:40
@archlinuxrussian:matrix.orgarchlinuxrussianOoo what PCIe devices are those? :o01:54:09
@kanjo_b00gie:jupiterbroadcasting.comkanjo_b00gie
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Ooo what PCIe devices are those? :o
This is my latest vfio build( thanks chrislas haha). One 1tb nvme(host),500gb nvme(windows 10,passed through), upgraded from 1660ti to 3060ti(passed to windows),1gb intel nic(passed to windows), usb 3.0 (passed to windows),yeston rx 550(host gpu[because “odd” color and single slot]). Can’t see them but I pass a sata controller to windows and there are two 2.5” ssd (hidden at the bottom)
01:58:08
@kanjo_b00gie:jupiterbroadcasting.comkanjo_b00gie *
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Ooo what PCIe devices are those? :o
This is my latest vfio build( thanks @chrislas haha). One 1tb nvme(host),500gb nvme(windows 10,passed through), upgraded from 1660ti to 3060ti(passed to windows),1gb intel nic(passed to windows), usb 3.0 (passed to windows),yeston rx 550(host gpu[because “odd” color and single slot]). Can’t see them but I pass a sata controller to windows and there are two 2.5” ssd (hidden at the bottom)
01:58:25
@archlinuxrussian:matrix.orgarchlinuxrussianVFIO?01:58:44
@kanjo_b00gie:jupiterbroadcasting.comkanjo_b00gie Gpu pass through. Basically having a virtual machine use bare metal hardware. 01:59:35
@archlinuxrussian:matrix.orgarchlinuxrussianAaahhh okay01:59:43
@archlinuxrussian:matrix.orgarchlinuxrussianNice! :D01:59:45
@kanjo_b00gie:jupiterbroadcasting.comkanjo_b00gie

https://youtu.be/NDgiV7Lgku8

Super basic guide/explanation

02:00:41
@kanjo_b00gie:jupiterbroadcasting.comkanjo_b00gie It’s pretty awesome. Thinking of an “affordable” setup that lets me have a Linux box and two gaming VMs. Unless I go server hardware it seems that the only option is intel(more $,less performance). 02:02:15
@kanjo_b00gie:jupiterbroadcasting.comkanjo_b00gie Plus networking. Which 1g isn’t enough and since I have a 10g switch it’s either add a card(lose a gpu) or spend $$&& for it built in with enough x16 slots. 02:03:07
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@rehellio:matrix.orgodysseywestraAt least on the horizon, all of Ryzen AM5 CPUs will have RDNA2 GPU chips in them. That should make GPU passthrough easier on an all AMD build. 03:03:18
@rehellio:matrix.orgodysseywestra* At least on the horizon, all of Ryzen New upcoming CPUs will have RDNA2 GPU chips in them. That should make GPU passthrough easier on an all AMD build. 03:03:37
@rehellio:matrix.orgodysseywestra* At least on the horizon, all of Ryzen New upcoming CPUs will have RDNA2 GPU chips in them. That should make GPU passthrough easier on an all AMD build. 03:03:50
@kanjo_b00gie:jupiterbroadcasting.comkanjo_b00gie

Amd pass through is actually pretty easy. I’ve had b450,x470 and now x570 working without problems. X570 being best. Only difference is amd needs two gpu compared to one with intel. Although 5000 g series works well too.

My main issue is cores and pci lanes.

03:28:15
@archlinuxrussian:matrix.orgarchlinuxrussianWell...going to get that 4000X soon, may wait until my refund is issued :)03:45:53

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