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  1. newlife

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    yay top 30 for first time and i've still got over 2 pages of pending
     
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    You'll always have a few pages of pending buddy. Thats where the ramping up of a rig comes into play. Your rig is turning in the results and some are validated while others build up the pendings list. Once you build a few pages of pendings everything levels out. :toast:
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    LOL me and CP can battle it out for single 2600K superiority LOLZ!
     
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    Time for Pie!.... :cool:
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  5. [Ion]

    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Everyone looks to be down a little bit today :ohwell:
    At least I have a change from the rather unpalatable cement pie :)
     
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    nice job everyone. Way to keep some of us out of pie lol jk.

    I had to abort all wu's on my x3 720 since it went down again and when it restarted boinc didn't start with windows so the past 2 days it sat there doing nothing. Usually its still crunching till I reconnect wlan and upload completed wu's. Not this time. Its bout to just get shut down after all these annoyances..
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Worst case scenario can't you just reinstall Windows to see if that fixes it?
     
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    I could. Doubt it'll do anything. Its just a bsic build with just the drivers and ff installed other then crunching and folding apps of course. I could get around to trying that one day. Its not oc'd anymore as I though thats what it was before, then I upped the psu thinking it wasn't stable due to the gpu. After all that, its still doing it. Only good thing is its not happening as often now. I swapped the psu out and it ran fine for a few days till bsod or it coulda been windows update as I just now thought of that. so it only restarted twice since the psu switch. not bad considering it use to happen 2-3 times a day lol.
     
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    And it passes Memtest and a HDD test and all the like? Have you tried using one of the new PSUs I sent you?

    Is it BSODing, just rebooting itself, or what?
     
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    yea i swapped it with the ultra since it has the pcie cables.

    I was one it a few wks back doing updates and it bsod'd on me. couldn't really catch it though cause it showed it for a sec or two and restarted. When it restarts it won't connect auto to wlan any more. It did at first but now that option is gone. I have to do it manually each time now.

    I'll run those prog agai as I don't remember how they did though the pc ran fine at first for a while and then it just went bad. Give me a bit and i'll do it right now through teamviewer lol.
     
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    I'm defragging it just for the heck of it. It says it doesn't need it. hdd shows no errors. its rearely used. came out of my laptop (was my 2nd one just for storage). I'll do the memtest next time it restarts so I can just run it off usb since you ca't really run it direct. wish you could.

    If anyone has any app ideas I can test with. let me know. Chances are I may already have them but not sure what to use in my situation.
     
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    Good luck getting that sorted out :toast:
    If you've replaced the PSU, it seems most likely that it's either the RAM or motherboard that has gone out. CPUs don't die much, particularly when run close to stock speed at reasonable voltage. RAM dies a lot, but a quick Memtest can confirm/deny that. The mobo would be more problematic, however.
     
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    Its a GIGABYTE GA-78LMT-S2P with a x3 720 and g.skill ripjaws ddr3 1600 2x2
     
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    Well detaching and attaching from the project fixed my no points issue from my i7-950. Seems to be pumping out points just fine now.
     
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    Some of my rigs didn't report all there work unit's.
     
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    Man, I don't get it. One day I will have 8th or 9th place, and the next couple I will be up in the 14th to 15th spot.....Numbers will be totally different and totals will be different.
     
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    I think you need a phenom II 940 and Asus motherboard in your collection HAHAHA j/k :)
     
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    I still have my Phenom II 940 and a AM2+ ASUS M4N72-E with 8gb of DDR2-800 sitting around. Worked great for 3 years of gaming and folding. Once I get a chassis I can make that a server and let it crunch again. :p

    Right now I'm just crunching on my 3820 when I'm not doing gaming (which is most of the time.)
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Yep its still a powerful setup even though it uses DDR2.
     
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    Last time I used it, AIDA was claiming that it was pushing about 8GB/s on a single thread. It's not a bad setup. I just need to find a little extra money for a half decent chassis. Sneekypeet has a chassis I've been eyeing.
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Yea I hate to see mine go but I have to sell it :(
     
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    :laugh: Me too! :p Wish I had the funds for another system.........Um, even though I have no idea where in the hell I would set it up. :laugh:
     
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    Great job Daimus, #2 is amazing! :rockout:

    And congratulations everyone else! :toast:
     
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    I see that overclocking gives the result. A week ago, I've increased all CPU's clock frequency at 350 MHz each. It's cool enough in my area (from +7C to +10C).
     
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