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

  1. hertz9753

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    Josh154, Are you trying recruit new members and have their systems burn out? Slow down.;)
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    Glad to have you aboard man.

    Here you go:

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    Post this as your signature:

    Code:
    [xxx]http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/sigs/sigimage.php?un=cmanning27&t=50711[/img]
    In the code above, replace 'xxx' with 'img'.
    (Why do BB codes get parsed even in the code box? Doesn't that defeat the entire purpose of having a code box?

    Could not find your brother, but all he needs to do is replace 'cmanning27' with his folding username in the above url.
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  3. cmanning27

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    Thank you very much! Just put it in. :toast:
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    I really need to set up my bigadv rig before my 24 hours avg falls below 25k, or I lose my crasy folder badge. Hopefully, I get around to it tomorrow.

    EDIT: Josh just dropped another -bigadv unit. Nice bonus, I see.
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    Not seeing any stats for him anywhere yet???
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    He works at 3am and before I rushed out of the house, his computer was off.

    He only got it set up and ran it for a bit last night but he had some overclocking issues with his 980x.
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    Just checking if his username/team number was set up correctly.
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    Nah he's my friend in real life ill make sure he isn't doing anything stupid :p

    I did drop my second -bigadv this morning and im working on a 2684 again now. Hopefully ill get my crazy folder badge soon, i now have my 24hr avg above 25k so if i can keep it there ill be getting that badge soon.

    xbonez, i sent you a pm with my settings of my 4.0 clock so hopefully you can keep that badge :D
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    A motherboard to kill for:

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    /OT
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    Yeah i seen those boards the other day :p I've been thinking about keeping my ASRock till those come out. They are supposed to have a gamer series which is the black and green slot's and a OC'er series that has black and orange. And best of all there still making 1366 boards :p
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    so, i know this guy with a evga gtx-470 that he wants to trade for a evga gtx-465

    the guy lives in venus texas, and is willing to do a straight trade for that, so any of you guys that have a evga 465 go get it, just pm me with details and ill pass them on to him..
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    Why would he want to downgrade to a 465? Less heat and power consumption or not really?
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    Possibly to SLI?
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    bc of SLI yes :) i know its kinda weirdo, but he's a nice guy and likes the 465 for some reason
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    Ahh well then it's a good deal for both :p
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    Hmmm, who do we know in TX with a GTX465? Hmmm, I wonder....
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    its PP :)
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    Quick question.. So after i got my OC back stable with 1.248 vcore on that 6900 i was getting a good TPF of about 35:10. Then i gamed alittle on TF2 wasn't pausing anything and my TPF shoots up to about 1:7:0. So then i stopped gaming and went to bed and my TPF was still like 47:10 when it's not doing anymore than it was folding in the first place.

    Now i've been on a 2684 and my TPF is still about 47:10. This sucks.. The only thing i can think of that's causing it to run so low is MSE is running. I just uninstalled and set priority on a3 to high. Well see if this fixes it. If not, what else could be causing it to run so low? Im thinking forsure it's got to be another program running.
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    Josh, have you tried running SMP-7? Most of the guys here who do bigadv have DEDICATED systems. I suspect that SMP-7 will even out your TPF.
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    No i haven't. What would my PPD go to with only 7 cores dedicated? I just set the core priority to realtime, so i'll see what it yields. If that doesn't work good ill change to smp -7
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    Would anyone be able to give me an estimate on this:

    I currently have 2 Yate Loons (45CFM) around my H50 radiator. What kind of temp drop can I expect by switching these to Scythe 105CFM fans?
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    Hmm i can't tell you forsure on that, wait for someone else.

    So my rig folded all night and could pass IBT easily. Now, i can't pass IBT again. When i fail i don't get any blue screen's either. I need to stop folding for a bit and get my OC 100% stable.
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    Just ordered 4 Scythe 120mm Slipstream (110 CFM) fans for my radiator. Also, since my rad will be lying outside and i don't want any missing fingers, ordered a set of 3 fan grills (plus I have 2 lying);

    [​IMG]


    Does anyone recognize the HSF on the bottom right of the pic? I want to sell it, but don't know what to price it at. all I know is, its Thermaltake.

    [​IMG]
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    I bet you will see a 5C difference at the least and maybe more. I have 8 of them in a push pull on my Rad and just going from a pull setup to both push, pull setup with the scythe fans helped mine alot. Now my setup is cooling a corei7 960 OC to 4.2GHZ plus two 480's in the same loop. My Rad is an extreme dual pass so that also helps by keeping the water in the rad twice as long as a regular rad would.
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    More than 25k PPD
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    Here take a look at this for some answers.
    http://www.directron.com/clp0401.html
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