- Dec 25, 2004
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Latest drivers? How's it doing thermally compared to the 1080? I've noticed my 1080s really like airflow across the backplate when in tight quarters.
This is a long shot since presumably the previous 1080 was working fine, but it *did* negotiate to x8 @ 8GT/s, right?
Well that is unfortunate if you have to run the CNC that often...You can't dual boot? Not only does Ubuntu produce more % wise but has a consistently higher PPD WU supply.Win 10 on both machines. I also use the garage machine to control my CNC router, so I need Windows on it.
CPU: An Intel Celeron CPU is the minimum requirement, with an Intel Pentium CPU recommended. For AMD systems a socket FM2+ or newer CPU is recommended. RAM: 2GB of RAM is the minimum requirement, with 4GB of RAM recommended. Hard Drive: Very little hard drive space is necessary.
Well that is unfortunate if you have to run the CNC that often...You can't dual boot? Not only does Ubuntu produce more % wise but has a consistently higher PPD WU supply.
What does the CNC require for PC HP? You can't run a $50 Pi or something? The google answer doesn't seem to be much...
I just did a 20.04.04 install yesterday...about half an hour. Though I already had the USB from a prior install. If you do a minimal install , you'll need to add in the nvidia drivers. Which is only 2 or 3 terminal commands and a reboot.Well, follow up on this. My PC that was controlling the CNC crashed about 3/4s of the way through a 10 hr program. I'm not sure the reason, but I've got a reasonably powerful W10 desktop computer that is too small for anything other than a compact video card. I just got a KVM switch and I'll set up the small one as the controller and install Linux on the folder, since it won't be doing anything else. I'll also move 2 3080Tis into it.
What is a good easy install these days for Linux folding?