@BeholdMiNuggets Eh, I keep all my builds in simple text files so I mostly just copied and pasted from those and didn't bother with a picker list. :) Going E-ATX for a Burst miner is certainly ambitious, but it's also probably overkill. Once you get into high-end workstation or server builds, you start to run into large diminishing returns for your investment (unless you already have the hardware, plan to use it for other things, etc). Burst mining is meant to run on low-end machines and not draw a lot of power or resources, so I would advocate building multiple cheaper machines with normal ATX hardware rather than one monster machine. Besides inherently giving you more redundancy should a machine fail, there's also a limited number of add-on cards and devices you can connect to any given machine before things start bottlenecking or you just run out of IRQs, even if you still have slots or ports left on your mobo. Once you've stacked about 100TBs on one machine and you want more, it's probably going to be cheaper and easier just to build a second machine.
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