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TPU's F@H Team

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

  1. thebluebumblebee

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

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    I have had incredible stability with the 190.68 drivers. You just have to watch your overclocks. If you EUE, drop back to the next shader strap.
     
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    I get EUE's nightly on 190's with stock clocks.:mad:
     
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    190 treats my 9800GT and my 260 (slight OC) just fine- only one seemingly unrelated BSOD on the 9800GT. I thought maybe the drivers or my OC caused some EUEs my 260 was having but that was just due to remote desktop.
     
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    They are a little loud but they do the job:D
     
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    I was playing the GRID demo earlier, and wondered why it stuttered for a split second once in a while, and was running a bit sluggish than expected. Turns out, F@H was running lol ;O
     
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    Apparently they do the job, you animal.

    :respect:112K ppd for you today, my friend.

    That is amazing!!!
     
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    What the hell? I just checked at EOC and it does have Bogi at 108,000pts at 9:00pm.:rockout: You guys are kicking butt.:toast:
     
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    My bad guys. It was Buck 105,124 and Bogmali 102,659 at 9:00pm
     
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    I hope that you quit gaming after you noticed that, because gaming will also cause folding to stutter and run sluggish.:laugh:
     
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    Kakao stats for the last 24 hrs have Buck at 115,170pts and Bogmali at 112,190pts. I'm stil drooling. Maybe you guys could post some pics of those numbers. I think I know what El Fiendo was feeling like the other day.:respect:
     
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    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    It's too much heat man or too hot to handle (literally):D so it'll probably crack your LCD screen if you manage to view it;)

    One of these days I will take an updated pic of all my folders/crunchers;)
     
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    Come on, I've seen Bucks.....pics. You know my big rig is only a Q9450 on a XFX 780i and it looks like a flying spaghetti moster.[the flying spaghetti moster is a quote from pc gamer, I wish it was mine] I also modded it by taking off the left side panel and replacing it with a 10 inch house fan. Pretty standard stuff in my book. One of these weeks I'm going to work on the cables. :toast:
     
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    Got my PSU today(+1 to Bogi) and I have all 23 GPU's running 100%.
     
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    Does your house glow bright white when astronauts look down to earth with a heat sensitive camera?
    Does the DEA keep coming to your house to see if you're growing the wacky weed because of the electricity that you use?

    Keep up the good work!:toast:
     
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    Running it at like 95% of my cpu power while I do cardio :) Would downclocking my gpu affect my ability to f@h?
     
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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    He propably has his own dedicated line to a nuclear power plant... or a network of extention cords running to other people's houses
     
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    it wouldn't affect your CPU folding but it your also folding on the GPU yes it would.
     
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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    Underclocking your GPU would only effect the GPU folding client.
     
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    I thought f@h uses both? I am confused now :(
     
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    You use a separate client for each.
     
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    F@H has a bunch of clients. It was origionally a single-threaded program that ran on the processor... then they came out with SMP, which is a multi-threaded program that runs advanced work units on the processor... then they came out with the GPU client which runs work units on the graphics card. Origionally it was for the ATI 19xx series only but obviously hardware and software has developed since then and it works a lot better on nvidia cards than on ati cards now.

    WCG is a totally different setup. It crunches work units on the processor. It is multithreaded in a sense... it assigns one work unit for every thread, so i7 users are crunching 8 work units at a time... head over to the WCG subforum to learn more about it
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    There's three clients: The GPU client, which is the fastest and gives the best PPD, the single core client, which is the easiest CPU client to set up and is for older single core computers, and the SMP client, which is a pain to set up but gives far better PPD on multicore computers
     
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    Oh gosh damn. I will download the GPU client tonight to help the team out. :toast::toast::toast::toast::toast:
     
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    I've had this recent problem where opening FAHMon would cause my computer to lock up sometimes. It only happens once out of every 20 times so I didn't think it was a big deal. However, today it made my 2 vm's crash and I couldn't recover either of them and they were at 80% each :\

    I switched to http://code.google.com/p/hfm-net/ and I find it pretty good so far. Was just wondering if anyone else was using this
     

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