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Super Bowl Halftime Show Powered by MAINGEAR System with Four GeForce GTX Titan Z GPUs

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Although information surrounding the systems that power the Super Bowl is generally not revealed to the public, it has been announced this year that a custom system from MAINGEAR was used to run the Super Bowl halftime show. The system, which was needed to render animation at 3780 x 3024, was comprised of an Intel Core i7-5930K processor, an ASUS X-99E WS motherboard, 16GB of Corsair Vengeance DDR4 RAM, a Samsung 850 PRO 256GB SSD, two Corsair AX 1200i PSUs, and four NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z GPUs in SLI. Cooling for the MAINGEAR system was provided through an all liquid cooling solution utilizing EK Water Block products.

Source: TweakTown




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Waco on February 9, 2015 06:26PM
They weren't in SLI if they were Titan Zs...they were more likely running something professional that could utilize all 8 GPUs.
ir_cow on February 9, 2015 09:38PM
I wouldn't trust that $10k computer to run the half time show. I agree with waco though, it couldn't have been in SLi, just simply the need for 8 GPUs in a single system.
Waco on February 12, 2015 09:25PM
I doubt it actually ran the show...they just rendered the graphics on it prior.

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