Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by W2hCYK, Jun 10, 2006.
This is 14 threads, right?
Negative PPD? That's a first
Yes. I'm special. Actually I meant 2500 less than on a 9xx WU.
Ohhh. So that's actually like ~12k PPD then?
You got it.
Apparently, i need a pass key for SMP?
Edit: Found and added the Passkey. Still the same points however, that seem right?
Also, is this right?
Run HFM.net and you will see the credit points which has the bonus added to it
On a side note, we got hit with some strong winds last night and this morning (a small earthquake as well IIRC) so my PPD will take a hit today. Had a couple of restarts last night due to power outages so I when ahead and shut them down. They're back on now but my -bigadv WUs will probably take the biggest hit
I was out of town for the day and we had bad weather blow thru, so I shut down all my heat producing rigs(mostly GPU's) because the windows were closed. Back home now and everything back up and running. Got two p2686 and one p2684 on the -bigadv machines.
K I just joined you guys on the ground of EVGA has $ponsors, and Kyle Bennet is a dick.
ATM 17-80k PPD depending on how hot it is, and how many machines I want turning my house into a dry sauna.
Also SMP passkey wtf is that , I'm rather new to the GPU tracker v2.
To get bonus points on the SMP client, you'll need a passkey. You'll need to request one from Stanford, and then complete 10 SMP WUs with it, and then you'll start getting pretty sweet bonuses.
Shoot me a PM if you need any help
The passkey for SMP is for a.)bonuses and b.)required for -bigadv. If you want to know more and to get your passkey, go here.
I will almost for surre take you up on that offer for help once I decide it's quitin time, which shouldn't be too long, it's 1 PM, and I've been up and working since 3.
Okay wonderful, thanks for the help, I will for sure be looking into that.
Umm, silly question but would there be any reason for my folding badge to vanish? As far as I can see been submitting work with no issues.
shows you haven't put up any points since the 9th?
Did you happen to switch over to fahtracker? You have to input your info or it will Fold for fahtracker's author and team.
Seems I figured out the passkey hoopla, now folding at roughly 35 k PPD, for now we will see the PPD will likely double, as it continues to cool down so I can run them 24/7 and not be nagged into turning them off, because it's "too hot".
Any one else having issues with the 72XX WUs on GPU3 with advmethods? I had 2 of these large WUs EUE on me which is unusual. Ive only failed once other one before. No changes have been made to my clocks and I've been running the fan @ 100% just to make sure it wasn't heat related. Im stumped.
Thanks for stepping up for the team [H]@RD5TUFF. Let me know if you have any technical issues.
You are not alone. http://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=59&t=16675
In short - don't OC your Fermi if you want to do the 6811.
My 450 and 460 NAN's them and so far I have not completed one. After 5-6 fails I removed -advmethods and is now "blessed" with the 6800's.
Have my name and team code setup on fahtracker. Have I missed something? Thought the passkey was only for the big whoppers.
Just got one but only completed 1% so it is to early to say if it faster then the 2692´s but it is a big step up from the 2684 that I/my CPU just completed. Something like double up in PPD. Pie here I come.
Edit: 14 % now and 2686/92 did better at same settings. Not complaining, 60 KPPD is still good.
EOC shows that you've got points!
$40 XFX GT 240 after MIR
Hardware alert (US/CA(out of stock)):
$40 MIR warning!
XFX GT240XYHFC GeForce GT 240 512MB 128-bit DDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card for $80 with free shipping minus a $40 MIR. It's not a single slot cooler, BTW. Good F@H review here. And for anyone who's going to ask, the GT430 is better. Both have 96 shaders though.
Well, I see my first stats registering.
Thx for the help guys. At least now I'm contributing.
How much would it cost to get two of them (card only) to the UK?
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