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The Official Chimp Challenge 2012, May 15th-25th

Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by BUCK NASTY, May 2, 2012.

  1. hertz9753

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    Someone PM me a passkey plz???

    Tried mine at 880 and no luck. Will try 850.
     
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    Sent.:toast:
     
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    Sweet, up and running total 35k cpu at standard clock. might crank it up tomorrow. Thankfully, frickin freezing weather it's about 8degC in my spare room so don't have to worry bout temps too much lol.
     
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    So I have a i7 970 and two GTX 580's that I could offer. Is it still better just to run the 970 w/ out the GPU's or not? See system specs...
     
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    I want winter in May.:laugh: Keep it safe and don't oc to high for now.:)
     
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    Run all 3, -SMP 10 for the CPU and regular GPU's for your 580's.
     
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    Ten threads on the 970 if you are running Windows 7 64, and let it buck with the two 580's.

    Since Tracker V2 is back online, go with this thread.:):)

    http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=137137
     
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    Cool:toast:
     
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    I couldn't wait for tomorrow, 580 @875 and Phenom II @ 3.8, now getting 39k why don't I do this regularly? lol. Also got around to updating my system spec (had this setup for a month now)
     
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    Not sure what I'm doing here but I read someone getting 35-37k PPD and I'm sitting around 17-18k. Digging further My GPU's are doing 8711 est PPD ea. but the CPU is 26 est PPD. Is this correct.

    Update: After messing around some I have the CPU PPD up to around 5k with my total PPD at 23-24k right now.
     
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    You can have my AXE.... um I mean... my 970 and 2-560 Ti's. :)

    Passkey? I pm'd Buck but I'm sure he's busy. :D
     
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    Well.... my PPD is around 8.5k for a g620 (uniprocessor) + 6870.... I guess it's fine.
    One thing that helped me was turning off Windows Aero....

    with aero on my score would hover around 8.3 to 7.5k.... now it's around 8.0 to 8.6k... 8.5k most of the time
     
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    Oh well I'vwe overclocked my 8800gtx... Moar PPD :p
     
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    I'm never too busy for you Matt! PM sent.

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    You should be doing better than that, I think. Maybe this will help: (modified for this post)
     
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    When I left I saw my total PPD reach 41k+. Is that better? I hope so!!!

    Also, do I need more passkeys to get my other desktop and laptop to fold? One is a E5400 IGP system and the laptop is a Pentium Dual core allendale(Inspiron N4010).
     
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    Looks good, the same passkey is good for any machine (rig) (laptop) folding for us.
     
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    Any chance the passkey is the same as last years? I Already PM'd Buck_Nasty for it but thought I'd ask.
     
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    Yes, passkey is the same one this year also.
     
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    Thanks TeX. I'll switch my work one tonight, and bring a couple of others online the evening.
     
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    im getting 9600ppd per gpu(5870,5850) so yours does seem a bit low, when you say you have your cpu folding to, what client are you running on it(type) i ask because if you have dedicated all your cores to a cpu folding client ,that Will hold back your gpu's from folding full tilt, ive experimented a lot and each(Amd) Gpu requires/uses 50-75% of one core and is affected(ppd) if it dosnt have this available as a rescource.

    my main rigs a quad amd with two 5xxx's and i fold an smp2 client ,plus the two gpu clients for max ppd any higher a cored smp(3-4) and my gpus drop from 9600 to7500 ppd which is not offset by my smp ppd

    managed to nudge my gpu's to 1025 core and also my pc's stable folding at 4.2 now:D

    mooarrr volts muhahaha
     
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    OK, my crummy 8K PPD work machine is running like a Chimp. ;) Other PC's to follow this evening.
     
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