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

  1. Josh154

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    Make sure you take pics of all the rigs you build! I have lost track of what you all have going at the moment i don't even know. Post up some pics of your new rigs along with all your currently built rigs :D
     
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    I will of the ones I have here I have 4 of them @ work that I won't see again till the end of this month. I have a friend taking care of them and watching over them.
    With these parts that will be 5 bigadv rigs 1 1090BE rig and 1 655K rig. all of them have @ least 2 fermi cards in them and a couple have 3 in them.
     
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    Jeesh! So you have 2 more -bigadv rigs coming up now? Bog better watch out! :laugh:
     
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    Here you go :D The only place I know how to add an attachment :laugh:
     

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    Holy shit i just pushed my 8800gts's further and wow! :eek: I have both my shaders at 1944 and core at 770. I ran furmark for about 30 minutes and i'll call that stable for now. The real test is folding. Who ever thought g92's could be pushed this hard? I sure didn't :laugh:

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    That was the beauty of those cards they OC like crazy. Bet your temps went way up!
     
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    Id unlink the core and shaders. Keep the core down and shaders up for more PPD and less heat.
     
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    GPU1 is 58C and GPU2 is 66C. I think i need to take them apart and apply some mx-2 on my gpu. It's all good man :p

    Ehh, i game on these babies and their not even that hot right now so ill leave it where they are. Have many people even passed 2k on the shaders on these?
     
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    Screw this crap. Looks like I will be outpaced shortly:laugh: Maybe Sandy Bridge will be my saving grace.
     
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    I hope it's better for all of us. Less power more PPD
     
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    Quick update I am now up and running 6.8 k PPD on my GTX 430
     
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    Clocks and temps? Thanks!
     
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    771 / 1542 / 870 @ STOCK VOLTAGE

    Temps 42c -53c @ load, depending on ambient, ATM ambient is 81f, and temp is 49c.
     
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    Holy crap that's a hot ambient!
     
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    It's San Diego, and it's 70'ish outside, and I'm in a room with 5 computers, 3 of which are folding 24/7, it got to the low 40's last night, and even with both windows in the room open, it was still a comfortable 65 in this room.
     
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    Haha...its awesome how you don't need to run heat in your room
     
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    Haha i don't with one rig either. In fact i have all the return vent's closed in my room and a window cracked when it's not snowing so that i can keep it at a decent temperature in here :laugh:
     
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    Got my 430 up and running clocks are 800/1600/1000 and temps are around 49C so far it's been running for about 45mins now. I don't like that you can't change the volts on these cards:shadedshu

    Edit it's PPD are @ 5,200 so far
     
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    What WU?
     
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    Mine is running a 6805 right now and is 35% done with it.
    Not sure if i like the 430's might end up sending this one back and grabbing at least another 450 instead.
     
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    How much was the 430? Would it be cheaper to sell it here than ship it back? Just curious.
     
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    -avdmethods? What is your ppd?
     
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    So, 5.2K on the "Big" WU's and 6.8K on the 9xx WU's
     
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    Reminds me of my gts 250.
     

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