That's really interesting how the audio card is setup. What kind of riser did you use?
I'm waiting myself for a 10920X to drive my VMs. 10 cores honestly isn't enough for my equally strange VFIO setup.
Threadripper 3000 latency was pushing it for acceptable latency for me, I'm personally looking at the 12 core model since more cores might mean more mesh travel time.
Only reason I'm not looking at the 10 core is I need to have enough cores for VMs.
Is that applied at BIOS level or through XTU? If it's through XTU, you have no problems, but if it's BIOS level, beware of microcode updates.
GH5 lacks Line In sensitivity unfortunately. That's where the GH5S makes up for that lacking feature.
The Zoom H5 and H6's newer firmware has a record start beep you can set so that syncing is easier if you feed a line out into the camera for a scratch audio record on camera.
That last picture looks "ungraded." (Video terminology)
What to you film in? S-Log? V-Log? C-Log? Do you use external recorders?
Also, I am very surprised you got 64GB of Non Micron to run at those frequencies.
Plus, PM01 is also what Steve at Gamers Nexus used for a time, and he loved that case.
One, be careful with the M22 as it performs significantly worse than the EVGA CLC 120. With this AIO, leave the CPU at stock.
Two, I would advise a second identical set of ram to unlock the quad channel capability of the processor.
You've setup the VRM fan on the A40 interestingly so it tries to suck away heat from the VRM, when the best cooling performance can be had with the fan blowing onto the VRM. See my build with the A80 to see what I mean, and those lower end X299 boards definitely need that.
Man, you're a trooper for sticking to the Level 10 GTS. That's still a really good case.
Did you have any issues once the new microcode updates hit that the CPU no longer turboed in Windows?
Since you did put a D15 in there, you can now do PBO offset overclocking if there's enough airflow in the case. Just be careful with the lower end ASrock boards.
Extremely clean build! Since it's only a 8-core, the TUF board isn't really going to hinder you as much, but you do have room to upgrade.
I do see a lot of components have been carried forward. Once you do get a 3900X, get some low latency Trident Z Neo 3600 CL14 for DAW work, because Ryzen 3000 likes 3600mhz at low latencies, and it's beneficial to DAW work too.
If that is the case, move the distro plate forward about 1 1/2 inches and use high static pressure intake fans, then slow the RPM of the exhaust fans since you will have created an airflow situation.
Try the Catalina Beta versions. They might have better luck as Navi drivers mature.
For AMD motherboards specifically, they usually put the worst components on their mATX offerings. It hasn't changed for years. I had to put a ITX board in a mATX case to get good VRM quality.
You haven't seen overpriced in Canada until you've seen how much they gouge for Threadripper 3000.
For the 3970X, especially for render workloads, a Asetek AIO is not enough. You need a Swiftech Drive X3 with a EK Velocity sTRX4 block:
How was dealing with Clover and Catalina? Your current screenshot only shows the Windows side, mind showing the Mac boot with the 5700 XT working?
Even Linus' Hack Pro is better than the new Mac Pro. And it's actually watercooled.
You're still in a heavy negative pressure setup, which will fill your system with dust without proper filtration. (the stock filters are really coarse, and won't filter the fine dust.)
If the Distro plate is instead replacing the front glass, then the side is full of intake fans, it's a much better config.
I suffer terrible bottlenecking in Unreal Engine 4 titles, enough that I'm considering a platform swap. Once you have an Unreal Engine 4 title you want to play, you are going to be in for a bad time because of weak single threaded performance.
Haven't seen a new build in the Air 540 in a while. Nice to see it still in use.
Very nice addition with adding a desktop environment to then unRAID Linux config, then adding a transparent monitor on the side panel!
That's a big IF it's compatible with the motherboard.
You could get truly screwed like I did buying a E5-1660 V2 on a Gigabyte X79 Rev 1.0 motherboard to have it not post.
For Gigabyte and X79, the ONLY working mobos are Rev 1.1 mobos for V2 Xeons. I speak from experience.
I run a 4960X now with my Rev 1.0 Mobo and I'm not satisfied with single core performance in Unreal Engine titles. How's the 4820K doing for you in UE4 titles? For me, even with a 4.4Ghz OC, it severely bottlenecks the single thread.
That's some really good RAM. Run it at 3733Mhz with tight timings and you got a extremely capable machine.
If you're able to, try to get the memory to hit 3600Mhz, as that frequency with tight timings will help with memory latency for music production.
One thing missing:
A cassette with "Awesome Mix Vol 1." written on it in the cassette slot.
Doesn't even have to have the real music on it, just write that on any plain old cassette and put it in.
Vintage O11, before the der8auer O11 Dynamic! These cases are now rare!
The included tension torx driver in the Threadripper box is EXTREMELY important to not bend pins on Threadripper. Using any other Torx driver, the risk of overtension is FAR too high.
As you don't really need anything more graphically intensive, I suggest a lightweight desktop environment so resources aren't wasted on rendering GNOME.
Man, that EATX motherboard still having plenty of room in the O11-D XL makes me seriously want to consider one.
I'm assuming this is Deep Learning related, hence the 1600W PSU and Turbo cards.
You'll want to remove the air restricting front dust filter and flip the side fans to intake, since you're gonna have a ton of GPUs doing ML algorithms or rendering. (if you're using Blender)
TIL: Noctua makes 92mm TR4 coolers.
Fits the use case, to be honest.
Radeon VII seems to really fly in Davinci Resolve, but alas, because of it's commercial failure, it's no longer being made.
You may benefit though from using the Nvidia Creator drivers rather than the Geforce drivers.
I would be concerned about a 92mm Noctua cooler if you're running a 130W TDP chip. It could be worth it if you used a Hyper 212 Black Edition instead.
Would there be any thermal difference using a 2070 Super TURBO vs the open air card in such a small case?
To anyone out there, how's the new sTRX4 Velocity block vs the Heatkiller IV? They seem very similar in design.
Latency on Threadripper 3000 isn't really the best for DAW work. You ideally want to get your memory to 3600Mhz to cut down on memory latency, since Threadripper 3000 has more memory latency than X570.
Here's hoping this CPU doesn't degrade. What's your Vcore?
It should be in A1 and B1. You're running single channel right now.
I would not run above stock settings on that mobo. VRM gets toasty for a 12 core. Would highly recommend strong airflow.
What's that STRIX GPU at the end for testing? It's Pascal since it's missing the NVLink connection.
This is a pretty good Tech YES City special! Unironically too.
If you're able to get a Rev 1.1 Gigabyte board, you can try for Xeon V2 CPUs. The E5-1680 V2 is gaining popularity.
LOL, Threadripper 3970X costs almost as much as a TITAN RTX.
Actually, yes on Unreal Engine without multithreaded rendering. (which is pretty common)
Except for Unreal Engine without multithreaded rendering... Trust me, UE4 without multithreaded rendering + heavy PostFX is single core murder.
Yikes, push-push on the rad wouldn't create any airflow at all.
How many cats per second?
It seems all the fans are exhausting with no intake. Maybe flip the radiator fans to be intake?
As Bryan from Tech YES City says, with these older X58 systems, be sure to turn off all the Spectre and Meltdown mitigations to get good performance. He recommends the tool from Steve Gibson of GRC.
Well, that's where we differ. I need a mild OC that lasts because I've blown up way too many E5-1660s that I don't have the money to experiment anymore.
You do you.