[Sidefx-houdini-list] hardware innovations
jed at jedschwartz.com
Wed Dec 14 20:19:46 EST 2005
Perhaps as clock speed rise and duel cores become quads-- cooking may
really become "COOKING"... Jambalaya-- Ossobuco-- Saltimbocca!!
On Dec 14, 2005, at 5:28 PM, Jezza wrote:
> I've been thinking about this for a while.
> I feel now that the Christmas time season is nearly upon us that I
> can share this with you my friends.
> So, forget cpu power and amounts of addressable ram, let's face facts.
> We know that regardless of technological developments there we will
> always be the need for the fastest
> machines, and still to work all the hours God sends.
> And so, the necessity to overclock our machines has always been of
> the utmost importance. You know cooling
> is always an issue here.
> So now my brothers I bring you this.
> The Jezzamatic liquid cooled cpu thingamibobbit. Liquid cooling for
> "Ah", I hear you say, "Nothing new". Well now, now hold on a minute.
> Add to this the ability to make coffee. Uh-huh, you know what I'm
> saying. Cpu heated coffee. Perfect.
> Merry Christmas everybody (said in the most pathetic Tiny Tin voice)
>> I've never been very good at keeping up with the latest hardware
>> innovations-- As we consider our year-end hardware upgrades- I'd
>> like to hear what anyone might like to share regarding the best
>> desktop configurations for running houdini-
>> I'm finding with the latest houdini builds (especially running
>> elaborate DOPs simulations-etc) I'm spending more and more time
>> waiting for things to cook- What is the best overall recipe for a
>> high- performance "houdini" system. Are the duel core processors
>> a huge advantage to sys performance beyond render-?
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