Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by A novice, May 9, 2009.
Yeah, it means that I get to eat your pie
Well I threw on an i7 920 @ an unspecified clock.
MY PIE! I DON'T SHARE!
Ah, well, you see, I recently "acquired" an i7 920 @ 4.1ghz
I can tell, over 6k points today alone
Hey, I lost an i7, wtf???
Not sure what to say about that CP
How do you lose an i7? Did it take a walk or go out with its i7 freinds?
I think it wanted a night out with the crew. It'll be back, it's aight.
Hmm.... I shall re-clock said i7
Unfortunately it will leave me soon as well
Well ~ just got my Cruncher #2 up and running again (been a couple weeks)
Time for pie.
I think I will post this for us all in the 101 - 200 club. We share our pie.
Tomorrow you are all in trouble.
Hey, say that to the other teams screw the pie, overall output is what counts
I got 4.5k PPD right now crunching for someone else. I could maybe be grabbing some pie, but who cares. Show us what you got
What did you build?
And I'm finally getting pie again
I really need another rig, pie at least once a week is going to be required
I agree, just having fun over the pie.
Threw up an i7 @ 3.9** for the weekend here.
Unfortunately it wont be there for too long, but I am working on getting a few donations from a few local businesses to build a dual i9 rig hopefully, and it will be published in the local high school news paper, aw the wonderful world of marketing.
Yes, it gets addictive doesn't it
That'll be great bro, keep us posted on that
Back to 3 i7 920's @ 3.8GHz
Hope to get a 4th soon~
I have 4th i7 on the way myself. Not OCing much though since 24/7 gets them so warm. They all have high end GPU's(2x5870's, gtx 275, gtx 280) so power efficiency isn't great either.
My two rigs besides my main one have an ATI X1650 and a Nvidia 8400GS, so they drain a lot less power and create less heat
I take it you fold as well as crunch?
Good thing i have another AMD quad core coming tomorrow to add to my Junkyard
Sometimes i wish i did'nt hate intel so much.Those are some nice #'s
Nope I have friends over about everyday, and we LAN 4-6 computers about once a week. It makes it easier with 4 rigs already set up for gaming.
Rule of thumb = 10 AMD Quads can be achieved with one i7
That's why my crunchers are all going to be i7's except for my daily rig which is my AMD in the system specs.
i7s definitely are beasts, you're i7 does as much work as my X4 955, Q6600, and P8600, and uses a fraction of the power
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