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

  1. Chicken Patty

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    as Paul said :D



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    your CPU is out, i'll PM the tracking # shortly.
     
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    bogmali you passed me! :toast: Man you're really pumping out the numbers! great job! :respect::respect:
     
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    You're pumping out some numbers as well, I see that you're on the 5th digits now:D


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    Good Job Mindweaver:toast:
     
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    Thanks, I had to turn it up a notch.. hehehe :rockout:
     
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    guys, how is 1,017 points for the E7200? This is just today, i'm pretty impressed!!!!
     
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    i7 back up as of a few minutes ago :rockout:


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    Good to see you crunching at full throttle again CP.
     
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    That's really good bro!
     
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    Thanks bro :toast:


    with this new CPU I hope to get some pie :D Hopefully I'll be up there soon.

    THanks bro, yeah impressive, today by the afternoon I had about 800 points already. Man at 3.4 GHz it goes man. Once I finish the build and watercool it hopefully I can go higher and then it'll give me slightly higher output :D
     
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    this is where i'm at right now with my new D0

    I have only upped the BCLK with this new CPU, using same settings from my C0. I only dropped the RAM from 2:8 to 2:6 to allow for stability.

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    I got over 4k points today with both rigs having lots of downtime. Power went out while I was at work, and not only that the i7 rig shut off over night. Had a unused connector shorting with the side panel. Rig just powered off all of the sudden. But it's ok now :D

    Hopefully tomorrow i'll have some damn well earned pie!!! :laugh:
     
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    ahhh I can't have nothing... My Q9550 has not been crunching yesterday or today.. I can't get it stable @ 4GHz.. and Now it's back down to 3.4GHz.. I'm really think'n about swapping out boards with my E8400... The Q9550 is on a P35 board and the E8400 is on a P45 board..

    Now i've been reading on the overclocking section that P45 boards are better with quads than the p35.. So, what do you guys think... should I? CP? Bog? Mike?... guys? Thank you for the response in advance!
     
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    nothing to lose right? Seom TMI and a few minutes, but worth a shot! :D
     
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    Very true Duxx! Thanks bro
     
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    dude, you won't loose anything. Go for it!!!!! I have only had one Socket 775 PC and its my current E8400. So I can't give you any feedback. I would just try it man, what can you loose? Good luck on whatever you do man :toast:
     
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    Thanks bro! That's what i been think'n.. I just don't want to do it, and it be for nothing.. no gain.. but it's just time... hehehe Cause I really want to get this Q back crunching.. No body likes lazy Q's Especially the kittens! hehehe
     
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    Yeah man just go for it bro. just time. :D

    Did any kittens suffer while my i7 was down? :(
     
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    They are currently regaining strength from the lashing's... but they lick there wounds with pride.. hehehe
     
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    Give thanks too our fallen kitten's! :toast:
     
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    :roll: it was for a good cause, look at what i'm crunching at now as opposed to 3.8 Ghz 1.34v. I was able to run Wprime at 1.32v 4.4 Ghz, 4.5 Ghz took 1.35v


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    I was able to run Wprime at 1.32v 4.4 Ghz, 4.5 Ghz took 1.35v


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