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

  1. BUCK NASTY

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

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    You guys have taught me well.
     
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    Ok i might need to sell the AMD rig and try Sandy soon. Xbonez hurry and give us some numbers on folding PPD with that setup.
     
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    Will do. I've created a worklog thread (see sig).
     
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    I was at Fry's today and eyeballed the Gigabyte, MSI, and Asus 1155 boards and almost pulled the trigger:shadedshu What stopped me was they only have the 2500 and not the 2600:wtf: I'll just wait for the 1366 replacement (mainly the hex and octo flavored ones). Have fun with the SB xbonez and post some screenies;)
     
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    Highest PPD at current clocks ive seen on the 570 so far.
    Im not doing SMP as GPU takes a massive hit, plus my rooms alot cooler without it.

    [​IMG]
     
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    I had forgot to update, :shadedshu , now at 7.18k (7,180) PPD steady on same WU, @ 801 / 1592 / 901 @ stock voltage.:toast:
     
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    So, I just started folding on my 2600k with the bigadv flag on. Approx how longwould it take to download a bigadv WU on a 3mbps line?

    Also, FAh GPU Tracker detects my processor at 3.4Ghz, even though its OC'ed to 4.8Ghz. Should I be worried?

    [​IMG]


    EDIT

    Picked up a 2684WU. From what I hear, they're one of the lesser liked ones.
    Also, now that it has started working on the WU, my processor is running at 4800. So, I guess that answers my previous question.


    Folding results posted in my Worklog thread.
     
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    Today was a day full of little hiccups with my rigs. My 2nd rig had the Ethernet cable come off the router. It's back on now and should be reporting and grabbing new work. My 2nd rig is my big daddy of my folders, it has the 295 and a 250. :(
     
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    PVTCaboose1337 Graphical Hacker

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    Selling that 470 to pick up a new card? 570 perhaps?
     
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    Nah, wanna downgrade to a 460. Could do with the cash.
     
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    theonedub habe fidem

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    Downgrade to a GTS 450? :D :laugh:
     
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    What kinda PPD do you get?
     
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    8k @ 925c
     
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    Hmm...might not want to downgrade 470 to that, but I'm willing to trade for anything else on my FS thread.

    On another note, I'm having trouble getting both of my PCIe slots to work on the P8P67. Putting my 470 in slot 1 and 8800 in slot 2 gives me no display. I tried the other way around but got an extremely loud and high pitched whine from the motherboard.
     
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    Back home so hex and 260 is up and folding. It had crashed 94 % in a 6900 more and less at the time that I left for the airport. I think it is trying to tell me something. Clock is now down to 4.1 GHz.
     
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    I have a 460! Would you be interested in trading the 470 for my 460+cash?
     
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    Absolutely! PM me with what you think would be a fair offer.
     
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    Damm Dub you should be getting more than that. Most of my 450's which I have 3 of get at least 9K 2 of them get me over 10K to 11K PPD.
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    IIRC it varies a lot, so I got ~7.8k PPD on the 611pt WUs and ~13-14k on the 9XXs
     
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    It takes 18-23 min with any decent upload speed. For me it seems like their end is the limiting factor.

    Yes the 2684 takes longer, way longer. My i920 @ 4 GHz would do 33-34 kPPD on the rest but on this it will only do around 22 k.


    Edit: Not realy my day - crashed again. 1.246 V @ 4.1 is not enough I guess. Restarted @ 20 % but maybe without bonus. Upped to 1.26 V after load line calibration (1.32 in bios!)
     
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    I think that it depends on bandwidth. My 450 @ 850 gets 7.1 but it runs next to an 460 in an old MB. I think it has 4X when two slots are populated. Buck has some insight on that too.
     
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