Anyone running multiple GPUs already knows what they're in for.
That, in addition to temperatures and noise can be mitigated by cutting your GPU clocks a bit, without greatly impacting your throughput.
It's run out of Stanford University
, in California. There are probably others, but a popular Stamford is a suburb of NYC, in Connecticut
The article addressed that, and said they were adding capacity to deal with it.
That's utter BS. Maybe because of the COVID-19 part, but Tom's and Anandtech don't account for even a sizeable minority of their throughput.
Really, dude, if you believe in the cause, then why all the FUD? I hope you're not just visiting from the Anandtech team to troll and demoralize us. That'd be quite pathetic. Anandtech always wins these contests, but people should chip in for a good cause, regardless.
And how do you know that? Can you post a link, please?
Even if you're correct about that, every
job on their system is worthy and deserving, and new COVID-19 jobs could arrive at any time.
I want to believe you're sincere about that, but I'll have to wait for your reply to know for sure.