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Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by W2hCYK, Jun 10, 2006.

  1. DaMulta

    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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  2. Fitseries3

    Fitseries3 Eleet Hardware Junkie

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    he has a link in the thread. they are $52 each + shipping
     
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  3. p_o_s_pc

    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    :eek: damn 6 295GTX... come on buck its time for you to get all of your rigs over to 295s or 260s


    EDIT: btw where can i find the deadlines for project 4753


    also would you trust a 4850e(45w) at stock speeds slightly undervolted(1.18v) under a Thermaltake V1(CPU and heatsink lapped) is running 25c after running the SMP client for over 24hrs?
     
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  4. bogmali

    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    They're 9800GX2's bro;)
     
  5. bogmali

    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    Bring it:p I certainly do not mind a friendly TPU competition. So explain why would you be contending with me when I only have half of your total points:confused:
     
  6. mmaakk

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    bogmali, for more accurate results up-to-date is better to use the last 24H points than the 24H average:

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    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    Gotcha.....Thanks.
     
  8. SparkyJJO

    SparkyJJO New Member

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    Hi guys, I'm an XS refugee from the site being down, and as thanks for giving us XS refugees a place to hang out for a bit I threw three 8800GS cards on your team for a little while :)
     
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  9. mmaakk

    mmaakk

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    Thanks SparkyJJO. Why don't you extend your "little while" TPU folding to a permanent one? New members are :respect: SUPER WELCOME :toast:
     
  10. BUCK NASTY

    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    I'm working on it:laugh:. Got the 260's today and they are purring away @ 7700 PPD each. Not bad for $135.00 each. Taking the o/c's slow to find the sweet spot:D. The farm is just shy of 100K PPD, but i must bid farewell to my RMA'd GTX 295 next week. Gotta get more 260's....

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    dak1640 New Member

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    BUCK NASTY, agree 260's are sweet and run cool....$135 ea ??? Now there's a deal...Care to share the source...
     

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    yeah I'd possibly be interested too, might pick up one.
     
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    Once you TPU there's no going back ;)
     
  14. BUCK NASTY

    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    Newegg open box. I bought one and noticed the item still available. Thought it was a fluke until i was able to add 3 to my cart. Bought a total of 2 because I'm still a little gun shy due to my faulty open box GTX 295 that's getting rma'd next week. These 2 cards were serviced by MSI in March and solid so far. Now I just need larger PSU's...
     
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    Well, I'm finally going to volt mod both my 8800GT's. I'm hoping to get around 2000 for the shaders on both which should get me almost an extra 1000 PPD over my current clocks, assuming close to linear scaling with the clocks. The cooling on the cards will be more than enough for the heat. I just need to get into work tomorrow (Saturday) to solder them. I was going to start with my 8800GS cards first but ASUS didn't go with the reference layout with the PCB on those.
     
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    I'm contending vs. your overall daily PPD. That and 'fighting' you would be easier than fight Buck. I'd have to drop some serious cash to come close. So its partially easy route, partially e-peen jealousy. And with 20-25k PPD, you'd catch up quick. I don't like passerbys, lol.
     
  17. johnspack

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    I apologize for the noise I made Buck, I feel bad. But I did go through the aforementioned site and found that only senior members win the big prizes, ever. I never had a chance. I will let it go now, and forget it. I was just angry over losing my dream card I guess. I'm still pumping away with what I have. Buck, on your 9 and 2xx cards try the 185.66 drivers, they could really pump up the ppd!
     
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    mmaakk, you are right. Set the SMP client to idle and getting full CPU utilization with no PPD penalty for the GPU's. Thank's for finally banging this into my thick skull! I picked up an extra 1K ppd on this machine. Starting to work on the other rigs.
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    Has anyone tried the new 185.66 Drivers yet?
     
  20. mmaakk

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    Hehe... feels always good HELPING THE KING :toast:

    And I have to say: took time, patience and effort "banging this into your thick skull!" :laugh:

    I will get my part of the cake, but the mastermind I learned from was our friend infrared :respect:

    BTW I've been talking to him. He will come back stronger in our forums soon. At the moment he is very busy.

    FOLD ON
     
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    Awsome, volt mod completed.... my BFG 8800GT went from 1836 to 2052 on the shaders, the PNY from 1782 to 1998. I could pump some more volts through them but 1.3V seems safe at the moment. No artifacts using ATItool, max temp for the PNY was ~64, the BFG ~43 with the SI-97 on it. I'll update my PPD once FAHMon catches up to the changes.
     
  22. thebluebumblebee

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    ZipZoomFly has the CORSAIR CMPSU-1000HX 1000W for $198 after MIR (ends 4-7) and FREE SHIPPING. They also have the 850TX for $115 after MIR and free shipping. Also, you can save more if you go through Live Search Cashback (2% for ZZF)
     
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    57XX WU are back folding today. I have 5 GPU Clients folding the 768pt at the moment. I didn't like specially 'cos my cards are ~10C average hotter.
     
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    Got to thank him too, as his PC P&C Psu is running my 260 nicely and will be going in my new build...when I get time.


    I have been getting these lately as well..will have to monitor temps, but still got alot of downtime due to moving things about....hope to be up and running 24/7 with another 2 4870's in a week or two
    ##note to self---get finger out and do it##
     
  25. BUCK NASTY

    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    Again, many thanks to mmaakk. His affinity suggestions have netted me another 2K ppd from the CPU's across my farm. I have even noticed slightly higher ppd from the GPU's as well. Cheers mmaakk!
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