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Comment reply on hbucher's Completed Build: High Frequency Trading Research Rig

  • 26 months ago
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Mine is custom so we do use all the threads.

Comment reply on hbucher's Completed Build: High Frequency Trading Research Rig

  • 26 months ago
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IN Brazil...

Comment reply on hbucher's Completed Build: High Frequency Trading Research Rig

  • 26 months ago
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C++

Comment reply on hbucher's Completed Build: High Frequency Trading Research Rig

  • 54 months ago
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I have this use case where I use one card for normal graphics and another card for CUDA development - I'm a software programmer. Nothing to do with performance.

Comment reply on hbucher's Completed Build: High Frequency Trading Research Rig

  • 54 months ago
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OK I WILL how? Basically I'm not a professional builder. If I close the case door and the thing turns on, I'm on my way to heaven. However I feel compelled to do it once you asked so maturely. But I dont know what is wrong in the first place :))

Comment reply on hbucher's Completed Build: High Frequency Trading Research Rig

  • 57 months ago
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Messy? These cables look neat! You should see my desk... :)

Comment reply on hbucher's Completed Build: High Frequency Trading Research Rig

  • 57 months ago
  • 1 point

100% agree. I had less than a day to build this up as we needed to get up and running immediately. I was able to build it in a couple hours and cable management was the least of my concerns, I have to confess. As per ratings, my intention was just an attempt to "thank you" this website that helped me choose the parts I needed with ease and share the results on facebook. But I promise I'll give it a crack next weekend. Thanks for the tip btw.

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