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Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by A novice, May 9, 2009.

  1. BinaryMage

    BinaryMage New Member

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    Free-DC says the WCG servers are down, but I can access them just fine... I don't know what the issue is, but something is certainly weird.
  2. twilyth Guest

    Looks like it's all better now - reporting update of 01:36 GMT on the 19th.

    And it looks like Mindweaver is back in the lead, but Kiex's numbers are none too shabby. :respect: :respect: :toast:

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    Thanks twilyth.
    I hadn't seen MStenholm get pie yet, congrats on your slice!
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    Great job pie eaters! :toast:

    @KieX those SB's kickass! My 2500K I've seen over 7,000 B points for one day, but then i've seen 3,500 points the next. Over all though it's usually around 4,500 points which is still kickass. I've got my 2500K at 4.5Ghz on air. What do you have the 2600K @? I want to get one when the new boards come in but i'm wondering if they clock as will with HT?

    EDIT: I highlighted what i changed.. I know you have 2 2600k..lol i was wanting to know the clocks..hehehe I'm still working on waking up..lol
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    both are at 4.6GHz 24/7 although volts vary: asus:1.232v gigabyte:1.4v

    The 2600K's do over 8K on a good day, but average is around 5.7K. Around 160W and 66C.
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    Yea i figured at least 1K difference with HT. :toast: I may try higher then 4.5 on the 2500K.. I have it at 1.4v. I've not tried a lower voltage.. hehehe I could careless as long as I don't burn it up..lol :roll::roll::roll: If it can do 1.4v's then i'm finding the sweet spot for 1.4v's or what ever the highest voltage it can run. :toast::toast:
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    If you have an asus try going for the highest setting of loadline calibration and lowering the vcore. I am going to stick with GB for crunchers because the BIOS is simpler and OC'ing is more straight forward. Asus feels like I'm playing with magic :laugh:

    Good luck with that :toast:
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    Naw it's a cheap ASRock board.. but i have to say I like the board. I've not had an asrock since the one i bought with agp and pci-e when i switched over from A socket to 775 C2D 6400. You could use ddr with agp or pci-e with ddr2. It was a good board, but it was shit for overclocking. I got to say they have came along way. But when i replace my Q9550(My main rig) it will.... was going to be with an asus. From what you've said about the GB I may go with GB. I like both companies. :toast: I'll have to read more.. hehehe
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  9. twilyth Guest

    OMG race fans. Kiex snatches cherry pie from Mindweaver once again - edging him out by only 1500 pts and change. If they keep going back and forth like this I'm going to need some Dramamine.

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    Love the spirit :) :rockout: :rockout: :rockout:
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    Thanks Brotha!! :toast::toast: A team that grows together stays together! :toast:
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    Amen to that! :toast:
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    The last update is 01:10 GMT but I don't think the update is final yet. Pie looks like it might be right though.

    edit: Yup. Pie was final for Feb. 20th.
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    Looks like some hot competition for the cherry pie! Maybe HammerON will join in the action! :)
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  16. twilyth Guest

    Yeah, I should have mentioned that. MW was back in the lead yesterday and by a fairly healthy 3300 point lead. It's definitely getting interesting.
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    My bad. If this is a race. But I miss updating rigs from time to time. Not looking to win only help.:)
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    And today, mjkmike comes out of nowhere to grab the cherry pie from Mindweaver by barely 300pts.

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    I would think the correct way to look at it is as friendly competition. Without it, everybody would settle for a Pentium 4 crunching. But it's a great way to get team chemistry going, like we have here. :toast:
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    Wow! I sense hungry team members! :D
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    I miss ION.
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    Great work Mike! :toast:

    It certainly ain't a competition but when people with similar output as you increase theirs it gives you a sense of wanting to keep up with them. :laugh: I think Mindweaver summed it up very nicely:

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    I keep losing an i3 to a blue screen :(

    Clocked it down a hair, only blue screens every few days, not sure what's going on, hopefully I'll get this fixed and my PPD back up a bit.
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