I thought about it, even found the name and part number... just need to learn a little bit of kicad to make it happen.We really need to mmake an adapter board for the SuperMicro PWS804-r......
This is what I didI thought about it, even found the name and part number... just need to learn a little bit of kicad to make it happen.
Molex EXTreme LPHPower Receptacle Header (both available through mouser and digikey)
Nice one. I believe that that's as small as it gets without soldering onto the PSU directly... have you measured how far it projects beyond the front edge of the PCB? Pretty sure it wouldn't fit my build, but it looks like something I may want to plan around in the future!This is what I did
It adds a significant amount of extra length onto the end of the power supply so might not work in every circumstance.
And finally, with a 85% GPU power limit and ASUS' CPU voltage profile applied, plus a CB23-biased boost profile, I get to a PPL score of 1.07M!
Time to post my score… thanks everyone for following here!
Well-spotted - and a fair point. Taking the dimensions, it adds 0.26l to the bounding box so with that bezel it's 5.26l- gets the high score in my table above to 933k.I really don't want to be "this guy" given how awesome this build is, but doesn't the front panel (heatsink) add some amount of volume?
Actually - checking my own test logs, I have been homing in on 80%, not 85% for the GPU- interestingly, this gives me higher boost clocks.85% power limit is pretty impressive. In terms of wattage, how does this build compare to the 3090 build?