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

  1. [H]@RD5TUFF

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    Getting 14,000 PPD at those clocks for now.

    on a 1298 WU I'm Pretty sure thats decent PPD for a GTX 470.

    Quick question, Should I fear of really degrading my GTX 470 faster then hell folding and getting these temps.

    Or should I go back to stock Clocks and just be happy withb 12,000PPD at 62c loads?
     
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    My air cooled 470 :

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    Stock voltage and between 13k to 13.7 k PPD depending on the WU, and the temp isn't too shabby.
     
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    I have no idea. You do realize that they are not single slot cards, right?
     
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    I have 2 rigs down today, but they should be back up tonight. I also lost a P2685 that was @ 94%:banghead: due to power issues. Hopefully I will smooth this out now that the overclock is stable.
     
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    Aghh, I hate that!

    I host lans at my house frequently 2-3 times a month, and I have blown all but 2 circuts in the house all at once and lost lord knows how many points.
     
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    Yea, but i can space them. Just wanted 2x SingleSlot at the end of my board for better looks.

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    Just for me 2x 8800GTS 640MB, to replace my 9600GT. 10k PPD? Here i come!
     
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    Got another MSI GTX460 768mb on it's way.
     
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    Depends on if you can take the heat. I fold the vanilla at very similar settings since they released, I have had no issues, other than a hot room;)
     
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    Yeah, I will bumping up the clocks on mine as it gets colder I have 2 that are water cooled (clocks in my sig) and they run around 42-47 c depending on the room temp, for laughs I think I will set the machine up outside on a rather cold night, and see how much they cool down and how much I can push them.
     
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    theonedub habe fidem

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    Did the temps get any higher? (just looks like the clocks were recently applied looking at the graphs)

    I dont think you will run into any problems, my card was seeing 82C constant on the 7k beta WUs and even saw 90C when they first came out and my fan profile was suited for 611s :laugh: Right now im at 752c/1727m @ 1.0v 82% fan with temps at 71C 14.2k PPD (same 1298WU).
     
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    Grats on the pick up, was considering grabbing it, but I was thinking about it too long.
     
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    I decided to put the card back at stock clocks.

    and nope they leveled at 74c perfectly :toast:

    On a folding day, I turn the machine on, and just ramp the clocks if I feel like it :rolleyes:
     
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    ^ Sounds great. Thanks for joining the team :toast:
     
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    I'be been @ 680 core, 1360 shade, 1770 memory @ stock voltage for about 2 months now, and the highest temp I have seen was 71 c in a room around roughly 98 f and a temp outside of 114 f. ATM happily folding away @ 59c granted my temps will be better than most on air because of the HAF-X it sits in.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing.:laugh:
     
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    While the rest of us want a farm, TeXBill is going for a ranch.:D
     
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    Give me time, I have 8 PC's capable of folding but only 2 do any real folding of any real scale. 1 is LAN machine that does 15-18 k PPD (running 24/7), one is main gaming machine capable of 31-35k PPD. The others are all other machines and laptops around the house and in the garage. I think within 10 months I will (want) to be doing 100k + PPD but we will see, it all depends on how much of it I can hide from my old lady.:roll::toast:
     
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    Yep it's winter here so back to the ranch I go. I have the room to do it, so might as well do it while i can....:roll:
     
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    The cattle drive must be um .. . . problematic:D . ... . .. . never mind when it comes time for branding and castration . . though if your married . .. kinda taken care of:roll:
     
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    Missed your post before. I read through that thread and its looks like it is slightly problematic. I was able to get through quite a few of them before, but now not so much. I moved back to non beta units for now, hopefully by the time they become normal WUs they will have some of the kinks ironed out (and maybe I will have a new cooler on my card).
     
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    No problems except finding a home for all of them. I got it covered so far... Moving a couple of more rigs to work in the server room. That way the elect. is on the State and not me:D
    Also it's a whole lot cooler there with a backup generator also in case we lose power....;)
    Cuts down on the noise and room in my home computer room.:D
    Should work out pretty good.:roll:
     
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    I folded on my 470 all last night, max temp was 37ยบ :cool:

    I'm climbing the ranks by the way people. Once I get the CPU client up and running I'll be averaging 30k PPD. :D
     
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    I meant when it was on air;) She is chilly now with that swifty kit.
     

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