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2011 Chimp Challenge has started!!!

Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by BUCK NASTY, Feb 1, 2011.

  1. thebluebumblebee

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    No, you will not lose your progress.
     
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    Can someone pm me the pass key since i'm running SMP
     
  4. BUCK NASTY

    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    done.
     
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    Well - just brought online this little farm of some new Dell desktops.

    All SB Core i5-2500's...

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    Plus I have my 4GHz i7 860 crunching at home... so it's not a huge farm, but hopefully it'll help =)
     
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    That will fold quite well. :D
     
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    hope so - I'm guessing they will average somewhere around 11k - 13k each.
     
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    Are you running -bigadv on them?
     
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    Ok guys...I have switched over my primary rigs to fold and stop crunchin. I have installed the new v7 client and have 6 gigs of memory and i7920s on my rigs. I have configured my client to get bigadv WU. How do I know that i got a Bigadv WU?
     
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    Can't - they are only 4 thread chips... no HT.

    The i7 at home is running -bigadv...
     
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    Trying to get my four 9600GSOs going. So far, nothing but trouble. My Opteron 180 rig has a pair and it just keeps on locking up constantly. Need to finish up the E1500 box with the other pair of GSOs to see whether that one will fare any better.
     
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    Can someone pm me the pass key since i'm running SMP big adv and smp core a3 please
     
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    Done. :)
     
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    WU 2684, 2685, 2686, 2692, 6900 and 6901are all big ones.

    Just uploaded a 6900 (around 92.500) and got a 2684 in return:(
    Next one will come in about ½ hour.
     
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    All cores are enabled:

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    Current progress:

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    Would it be worth it to add a 6970 into the mix? My two concerns are fan noise (not watercooled, at least not yet), and that I belive you guys said it would take away from the CPU score.

    You mean 6900 and 6901?
     
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    NOOOOOO, at least not in this rig. You will end up getting less points because of the disturbance from the GPU. Your 65 k PPD (around 94.000 points) are good. I think that Bogmali mixed up PPD and points. I do that all the time :)

    Sure, 6901.
     
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    Thanks - that's what I thought
     
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    haaaaaaaaaa my Atom D330 just finished its first WU!!! 552 points to our team.... LoL.... average of 700ppd but between "no reason" restarts, it took 2 days.... :laugh:

    My i5 rig already dropped 27k in these two days...
    Summing 0.82% from our total.... :shadedshu :ohwell:
     
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    That answered my question then;)
     
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    1.13 Chimp points in next update :)
     
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    i dont know if my pc is stable enouf for this due it to rando freezing on me
     
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    Freezing or blue-screening? Try decreasing overclocks. Folding and crunching continuously can crash many otherwise stable overclocks.
     
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    Sweet! Looking at the chart your rig really put a nice upgrade on this last update. :toast:
     
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    That was only partly (25 %) due to my WU.

    One more same size at the next update.
     
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