Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by BUCK NASTY, Feb 1, 2011.
Got it. I have 10hrs to finish the current WU then it's all you guys till the end. Should add another 50-60k your way.
ill add my 2nd i7 860 and my i3when i get home tonite.
Wait a minute, it's secured with a passkey?
Um.......... I didn't enter one and didn't get an error about it either...
Yes, but SMP points won't be accounted...
Ok well in that case, I NEED DA PASSKEY NAO!
Unless it's only for -bigadv because I'm not running that on any of these.
well all we can do is throw all we got at the cc for tpu and this time tomorrow we will know if we really got a shot at #1, but i think we got a very good shot esp at the rate we are getting clients added
big thanks to evryone even the laptop folders every point counts here on out.
the best thing is seeing that everyone on this team is folding for the cc when looking at eoc stats that says something about team work there
So whats with this required key for SMP but not GPU?
That doesn't make a ton of sense to me....
Anyone know why this is required? Going to take me a bit to get things moved around to get the key inserted on all my smp clients. Wish I had some i7's around for -bigadv...
Come on team we need more powa
Just OC'ed the X5690's and 980X to 4,5GHz and putting the 2600K to 5GHz
The 980X are now running smp and will drop 40k before deadline in addition to 420k from the -bigadv that are running.
wait what? passkey for smp? if i need one send it to me. why not just put it in the first post ?
careful you don't get unstable and lose those big adv wu's
@ wizard core A3 and A5 need passkey for bonus points passkey not shown to keep other teams from sabatoging bonus points is usually the case as more then 10% failure rate of wu's means no more bonus points
Wait a minute, so the passkey is for SMP or only for SMP running -bigadv?
Because if it's only for SMP running -bigadv I don't need to start moving monitors, keyboard and mice around running new power strips and it being a 45 minute disaster...
Not a problem I've been crunching at those speeds all winter just lowered the speeds during Easter due to rising ambients. I've lowered the temp on the waterchiller that are connected to the X5690's rig to cope with the temps.
I am debating on leaving my 2nd rig unattended yet folding here at my parents' place tomorrow so it can keep folding until the last minute. I don't like the idea that much, its a pretty new WC setup, but its been folding for around 20 hours now with no issues. Once I get back to my apartment I'll turn on the 990X (on 5 cores to leave some power for the GTXs) and both GTX470s as well.
EDIT: Holy heck, OCN were left in our dust trail completely.
Both SMP and SMP-bigadv
I came home last night to a non booting EX58-UD5. It doesn't seem to post, and no amount of BIOS clearing / tinkering would fix it. I'm not too surprised as that board has always been kind of suspect for me, it just really picked a piss poor time to die. It would seem that's - 40,000 some PPD. I'll take a crack at it tomorrow as thats the first time I've got any free time from my jobs. If I can't fix it I'll try and fit the GTX 260s from that rig into the other two I've got and drop an 9600GSO.
Also, I'm frowning at the prospect of spending money to fix the damn thing. First motherboard to outright die on me. Maybe this just is the start of my SR-2 system. /scheming
Just got my i5 2500k in, shoot me over the password for SMP please.
EDIT: ChimPowerUp has produced 3.75 Million PPD in the last 24hrs. WOOT!
I'm pretty sure this is a dumb question, but how do I find out the PPD I'm contributing? (I'm using Fahclient v7.)
FYI I did google it and came up with fahmon and this calc.
If the answer is, fahmon, do I run that in parallel with fahclient v7 on my workstation?
I know that HFM.net does not work with the V7 client, not sure about FAHMON. There is a feature on the V7 that shows you your PPD (not the bonus points though).
In the V7 client, it shows the PPD for each item in the rig that's folding, right next to the percentage of the WU that's been completed so far.
All right, all transferred over with the keys now.
Getting the last 2 i5's setup now... I gotta take a picture of this disaster space when I'm done.
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