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

  1. [Ion]

    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    That's still remarkable!

    Are you going to be able to get the others at work going?
     
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  3. Fitseries3

    Fitseries3 Eleet Hardware Junkie

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    i have a few more days in my equipment,

    i'll be running a bit more power this time around....

    details in a few.
     
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    up and running

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    I'm on my way home to two GPUs not producing and a -bigadv rig doing crunching. I think that I will be able to add a few points to the team average in a day or two.


    Edit: Home - got two GPU's running so thats another 20 K.
     
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    theonedub habe fidem

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    Well my rig will be down for the most part of today. Im going to be working on modifying the case and GPU. The 470 is getting its Acclero Extreme Plus installed (with modded stock VRAM/VRM plate) and the Nightfall's HDD cage is being chopped down about 2" for clearance.

    Wish me luck :D

    Update:
    Well it turned out alright. The HDD cage was a pain to work with, but I made it look presentable. Here are the pics:

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    After:
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    I installed the 450 I picked up the other day as well.
     
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    Watch this space.
     
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    -bigadv

    Another -bigadv rig running...:toast::toast:

    i7 870 doing 4.0GHZ with a GTX460 Cyclone card right now going to add another one soon....
     

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

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    It's hard to beat the P55's for bang for the buck. How many i7's are you running now Bill?
     
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    PVTCaboose1337 Graphical Hacker

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    Well I got my first 925 point unit today. Not sure why only 1% of the units I get are 925's. Too bad I don't get more, cause 15k is better than 11k! Looks like every 50 6800's there might be a 925 as a reward or something? No sure...
     
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    A shop load ..I would say :laugh:

    I get the same, been running 6800's constant for day's now, only seen a few 925, maybe only one or two.
     
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    3 - i7 860, 870 and 960 all running 4.0ghz except the 960 running 4.2ghz
    Plus the 9650 is pumping out some good points running @ 4.0GHZ.
     
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    Wow. Big time Folding :cool:

    I noticed my temps were unusually low so I thought the client stalled or my internet went down, but when I checked HFM it showed the real reason- a 925WU :laugh: Really a once in a blue moon now for those WUs.
     
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    got a i3 550 dualie and an intel board I'm going to get rid of to make more room in the office.
     
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    Very very nice setup Bill, 200K PPD should be no probs for you now.

    Congrats to you, I would hate to be paying the electric bill :eek:
     
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    nahh most of them are @ work only have three rigs @ home. It's not bad.
     
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    Your lucky, wish I could find an old store at work that ain't been used and stick a few rigs in there.
     
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    I got a nice cool server room that house's most of the rigs stays a constant 65 F inside all year round. State pays the elect bill.:roll:
     
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    main rig now notice them clocks on the 480 GPU0
    Not bad for a 480 card with just that much volts. The thing is a beast. Stays nice and cool also.
     

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    Nice PPD for the 480.

    Finally got time to nail down some clocks on my i7 920, putting out ~28K now on 6900, running on 7 cores.
     
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    Buck still cannot get the i7 doing bigadv again. Every time I switch it back it starts to fail wu's.
    Any suggestion's?
     
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    Is that the rig you are having trouble with...you tried running on 7 cores or without the GPU's.

    Just throwing out ideas, you probably already tried everything :ohwell:
     
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    I've tried everything that I can think of. It worked great for month's then it started failing.
    With the gpu's it still puts out avg 40,000 ppd
     
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    What about multi's, I seem to be more stable with an odd multi x19 x21 (or in your case I think x25 is the limit) than even ones.

    Could be just me imagining things though.
     

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