Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by A novice, May 9, 2009.
Sure is. One rig was off today also.
My i7-950 will be down a bit, installing Windows 8 on it, looking forward to trying it. Will be back up shortly!
Wow, over 9k PPD required to be in the top-20 today!
I barely hanged on
Time to OC that 2600k some more I think
My PPD has increased over the last three days, but my spot in the top-20 keeps decreasing each day...clearly I need to get my Dell back online ASAP or I'll be out entirely
It's at default right now, don't feel like messing with it. Been at 3.8 GHz for over a week now.
Your cord is all packed up and will be mailed before I get tortured by the dentist tomorrow am
Dat green slice.
I7-950 is back up. So far, I like Windows 8!
Does it seem to handle Wcg alright?
Damn, if it's gonna be that high I don't think I'll make it.
Numbers are a bit inflated tonight due to WCG having issues recently. You should have a decent shot at Top 20
So far everything is running just fine.
you went to the dark side?
The Dark Side is OS X
lol thats a whole other world in its own world.
It's only on my dedicated cruncher, just to try it out. Won't switch over on my main rig just yet. Probably not till it's out, so I only have to do it once you know. But so far I like it, just takes getting used to it.
1090t cruising at 4GHz... 1.425v just failed a test, going up to 1.45. The board said my stock voltage was 1.475...
Scratch that, temps are too high for 4GHz. Went over 68c in a test. I can take the side door off (case has crap airflow) but that's about it... might need to aim lower.
Thinking it may be getting too hot and rebooting. Even with the side door off it climbed over 65c and bummed out. Trying 1.40v...
If anything they like the 3.8 GHz area a lot. THat should be achieveable at like 1.350v or so.
4.0Ghz or over usually needs very good cooling (i.e. water) to run stable. You can run 3.6-3.8 with lower volts and have a little more fun with bumping up the NB... My 960T was that way and they are just unlocked Thubans with 2 cores shut off
Bumping up the NB is night and day difference on those chips!
Would that have any affect on wcg?
1.35 failed at 3825mhz, trying 1.375 now
Very minor, but it does feel a lot better around windows and apps.
Hm, maybe some additional bandwidth could come in handy between 6 wcg tasks, 2 quake servers, a vent server, my phone and anything else I decide to load up on it... the memory in there is only 1333 9-9-9-24 though (stock is 1333 7-7-7-20 at 1.65v, but I elected to run the looser timings so I could have 1.5v... less heat and less power draw, even if it is just a slight difference) so I dunno if it would help at all with such slow ram.
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