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No work available to process? And what about temperatures?

Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Black Panther, Jul 26, 2012.

  1. Black Panther

    Black Panther Senior Moderator™ Staff Member

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    I'm getting the i7 so generously gifted by mjkmike to crunch, yet I keep getting this. Am I doing something wrong? I have 3 other pc's (dual cores) crunching regularly without any probs. :confused:

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    WCG has been a lot up and down lately. Try refreshing now and then. (Advanced view)
     
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    Black Panther Senior Moderator™ Staff Member

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    OK it's solved, up and running :)

    I get to solve cooling on this system though, it aches my heart to see the cpu temperature at 77 degrees! :(
     
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    I always did push pull with that cooler. Also you can bring down the vcore I think it was set for when I ran at 4.2 with a h70 push pull cooling it.
     
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    What is the ambient temp?
     
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    Black Panther Senior Moderator™ Staff Member

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    I have the AC running in the room. Without it the ambient temp would be between 32-35 degrees but that would be unbearable. I have it at 25 degrees centigrade and with that ambient temperature while crunching 100% the temperatures don't go over 75 degrees.

    Still... 75 degrees is too much when compared to what I'm accustomed to...

    My E8400 @ 4Ghz is always in the high 50's maximum at 100% cpu usage. :ohwell:

    Perhaps these i7's can safely withstand these high temps?

    I'm overwhelmed.

    This bios is so different from that of my old P5B that I don't know where to start.. :eek:

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    What I did was set the pci-e to 100Mhz because it was still on auto..

    Am I right in saying that everything is on auto here?

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    BP I have a Giga x58, albeit a slightly higher model but Bios will be similar, happy to help with some settings if you need any.

    Take a look at this little baby on air, albeit with HT off, the board can give you some decent results if the CPU is upto it......
     

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    Glad to see you have it working :toast:

    Honestly, 77c isn't too bad, that's about what I ran my i7 at most of the time--and two of my C2Ds are in the low 70s (admittedly, one of them is a laptop). Intel's maximum temperature is 105c, so you have plenty of headroom
     
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