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

  1. El Fiendo

    El Fiendo

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    I'd have taken you in due time Mike. All in due time.
     
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    :D:D:D:D
     
  3. bogmali

    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    Geez, If that's the case........You know we don't mind you coming back Mike:D
     
  4. BUCK NASTY

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

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    LOL, don't tease us Mike! BTW, what team are you on now?

    P.S. Nice to see Bogmali and El Fiendo trading punches for the lead!

    :toast:
     
  5. bogmali

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    Ummm not quite Buck, the day after you left for vacation 2 of my rigs go down so I'm only folding at a 65% strength compared to 2 weeks ago:banghead:
     
  6. El Fiendo

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    Sob story sob story.

    Truth is, he wilted at the show of my prowess. Poor bugger has been cowering ever since.
     
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  7. bogmali

    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    :laugh::laugh::laugh:

    Have you looked at the stats lately......Obviously not...Here you go:laugh::laugh::laugh:

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    XS
     
  9. El Fiendo

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    Yup the average is low because I only put the GTX 260 216 in a couple of days ago. 3 now or so. Plus I scared you into an 'oh crap' state and you got your rigs in order. Just shows you not to get complacent.

    In other news, found out my GTX 260 216 OC wasn't 100% stable. More experimenting tonight.
     
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  10. bogmali

    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    You never cease to amaze me bro:laugh::roll: Complacent:eek: I still have 2 rigs down:shadedshu :wtf: and I really didn't do anything out of the ordinary except periodically checking my rigs to make sure they are no hang ups:D If I was at a 100% I should be cranking out 50K PPD (which is completely out of your range:D).

    See you what you made me do Mike..........You started it:D
     
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    Complacent. Completely oblivious to the obvious threat I pose. Thumb twiddling. Mosey around doing not much of anything.

    Until WHAM! Big El Fiendo surprise.
     
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  12. bogmali

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    :laugh::roll: not sure where that surprise is cause I haven't seen it:shadedshu

    When you start cranking out 40K PPD then I would consider that as a surprise:D

    You up to the challenge?
     
  13. El Fiendo

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    Yep. Give me a few days. I'll be hitting the number.

    Just need my proccy.
     
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  14. bogmali

    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    Now we're talking:D
     
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    Now that I've made it to the TPU top 200, I guess I can change my SIG and reveal my puny stats ;)
     
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    ANY stats are GREAT stats:rockout:
     
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    Yey, with only afew weeks folding. Me and (half of) Kyle have made it to 65th.

    However, i fear we are in the realms of the farmers. My single GT260 and Kyles bits and bats wont push much further...

    Good news though, i'll be setting a 9600GT dedicated folder next week :D
     
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    I'm trying a little experiment, set my gtx280 to 1.15v, and oced it to 720/1512/1215, currently folding an 1888 at 65-67c. I've seen it hit 8300ppd.. it pegs 8300 on some of the 768 point jobs too! I'm waiting for any errors, hope I don't get any.
     
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    Well, until next time! Power outage took out $200 worth of network equipment, so can't even let the 9800 in my server run for now. In a month I can fix it. See you all then!
     
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    Do you have any recourse with the power company?
     
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    I'm not sure, stupid kootenay power, a little power company here in mid bc canada.. I put my server back up, but only to do folding, it's direct connect now, so not secure enough to do anything else. I found a switch that still works, but it killed my linksys and dlink routers. Sucks!
     
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    A power outage should not have killed equipment. A long brownout or a surge could of course. A brownout may have fried your AC adapters, so they should not be that hard or expensive to replace. A surge should not have hurt them either, again because of the AC adapters. However, if unprotected cables were touching protected (surge protectors), surges can jump from one cable to another and cause havoc. Are you sure that the harm didn't come in over your broadband connection?

    Everyone, with summer and thunderstorms here, take a look at your systems. Don't allow any system cables to get near unprotected cables. APC told me a story of a company that wanted APC to replace their fried monitors, but when APC investigated, they found that the signal cables to the monitors were touching the power cords upstream of the surge protectors that were protecting their systems. No warranty.

    On a different topic, congrats to the latest Million Point Club members, msgclb and sneekypeet. :toast:

    I have shut it down for the summer. See you when the average temp falls below 65f.
     
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  23. bogmali

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    Congrats indeed:toast:
     
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    Another major congrats to msgclb and sneekypeet , thanks bluebumlebee.

    On another note, I have 4 rigs running and the heat is almost bearable in this room. Dare I crank up one more rig for another 16K ppd?
     
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    Go for it! The team trendline points downward. :(

    I'm waiting for my MB to come back from RMA. Then I can double my daily output. :toast:
     
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