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  1. hertz9753

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    I will give you a pm
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    I have only have one rig, but I have resorted to only playing games on my phone for the last 8 days.
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    Clocked a bit more...unsure if it is enough tho.

    Hertz - I think I had already done what you suggested in the pm previously.

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    Stanford is throwing some 925pt GPU3 WUs out there for us, if you are running a low end fermi you will get nearly double PPD and for the high end cards- a 5-10C drop in temps. Hopefully they keep them coming so we all finish the CC strong :toast:
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    Aye, aye Sir!

    What's our current status?
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    Is that with advmethods?

    I just checked my 460's, not running advmethods on any of them. I have 912's and 925's showing in the logs. Getting around 14k with them on my GTX 460's.
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    After much tinkering I finally gave up on the remaining -bigadv. My mistake, forgive a first timer. :eek:

    Got the 980X rig running again to maximize the remaining time. ;)

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    Rolling in hot for the 11 hour push anyone got the bigdev key?
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    For you we would call the the SMP key. Because that's all you can run before the deadline.
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    Is it just my imagination? Seems like V2 gives higher ppd for gpu's vs V7. :confused:

    Making some headway we are...:toast:

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    Just curious, what is the difference between advanced and bigadv? I have read the posts about using advanced in the value slot, but I get core_16 WU's with bigadv.
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    bigdevs come and go even with it checked you arent garenteed one and basically they are WU's worth ALOT of points. they also push your system. working a bigdev will sky rocket your temps. in most cases.
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    Uhh..im just wondering...bigdev=bigadv? Please forgive my ignorance.
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    sorry im a tool i just spell it wrong.
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    Ok, I thought I missed a memo. :D
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    no your good i did.
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    8.5 points after HWC; and going up :D
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    Well i have been using the V7 with the bigadv since it came out and I've always gotten the 16 core WUs. What does advanced do vs the default config?
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    its a more complex problem.

    Basically

    im stanford and i want to cure some shit
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    WU (work unit)

    Our PC's

    regular WU = some hard mathematics and protein systhesis and shit

    Big ADV WU = litergallon

    WAT
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    Have you switched to SMP?
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    I have been away (still am) but my rig sitter said that one rig dropped the last -bigadv early this morning (CC-time) and is now running in my name (sorry, didn't make a shortcut to normal SMP for the CC). The other rig might be late, but still points for the team. Anyways our second place should be secured as I see it.
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    Crunching for Team TPU 50 Million points folded for TPU
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    maybe silly question but when does chimp end for european guys?
    minus 7 hours.
    now its 17.01 pm at my place.

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