I use a Supermicro SuperServer 4048B-TR4FT with 1tb of ddr3 1333 and 4 Tesla p4 gpus win10 for workstation edition. Output to raid 0 15k sas drives. Each p4 complete c-14 nossd plots in 10 minutes. So 4 plots every 10ish minutes average of 1 plot every 2.5 minutes. I had bought this back before gpu plotting was a thing. I was using it for BB plotting because of the large amount of memory and it has 4 CPUs.
testing the new plotmanger 2.1 creating a k32c19 gigahorse plot!!
Windows 11 and 256gb memory with 12 cores.
You probably have a lot simpler solution to plotting than I do.
Have to keep it simple or the beer gets too warm…
Speaking of drinking and tinkering……I ruined a $1200 sas controller once because I forgot to flip the power switch on the power supply off before removing it from a Pcie slot……
Are you creating these plots with GPU or CPU? I didn’t think C19s could be created with CPU, but you never mentioned a GPU.
A tesla p4 should make a nossd plot in 4 minutes
I think IIRC @drhicom is using a 3060.
My Tesla P4 takes 7.5 minutes, and my 3080 was 2 minutes 16 seconds, running simultaneously, but its been a while since I plotted. That’s on Linux Mint 512GB ram and GH c19.
Under Windows 11 P4 was 10 minutes and 3080 around 5 minutes, hence the move to Linux.
- Using w/Win10 PS> and chia_plot_sink
- K32 C19
- 512GB DDR4 3200 16 cores
- RTX 3070Ti
- no SSDs were used or abused in the making of these plots
- temp -t is:
I’m using a RTX 3060-12GB card (GPU).
No ssds were harmed in the making of my plots. I output to a sas 15k disk raid 0 array.