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

  1. [H]@RD5TUFF

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    Mine is @ 777 core with stock cooler but it has a back plate so IMO that makes a huge difference in temps, so I would recommend picking one up if you can still find one!
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    What kind of ppd do you guys get on the project 2684 wu?
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    PVTCaboose1337 Graphical Hacker

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    i7 920's get around 18-19k on those.
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    My 2600K which usually gets 45K on 2686 and 6900 WUs drops to about 28K on 2684s.
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    theonedub habe fidem

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    Anyone having any issues with their GPUs and the new Nvidia drivers? 266.58, I think.
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    I'm still using 260.99, as they seem to give the best PPD. The 266.58 dropped my PPD by ~200.
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    theonedub habe fidem

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    I've had a 2 strange occurrences since I moved to 266.58 to test my 570. If it becomes regular I will be moving back down to 260.99.
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  10. bogmali

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    Have 2 rigs down. One sprung a leak (rad) and the other has mobo issues. My daily production will be 30% down until I get them fixed. Will have my 16 core AMD rig running this weekend.
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    I hope that the rad was away from the MB. Do you have any prediction as far as PPD goes for the AMDs?
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    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    Luckily my radiator is bottom mounted (CM Stacker 810) so it was away from the main hardware.

    Last time I fired it up with the 4X8346 it was getting 50'ish TPF on -bigadv. I have since switched to Opteron 8354's so I should see some improvement.
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    Completed two identical 6900s (same run and all) within ½ hour. Got bonus for one and not the other. No errors. Passkey entered. That is second time in two days that one rig isn't getting bonus. The upload was interrupted but resumed from what seems to be the beginning according to time spendt. Grrrr.

    Edit: I'm now only running on one rig. I have to find which (if any) is failing to get bonus.
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    How much credit do you get when you don't get the bonus?
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    Interesting, how did I get the crazy folder badge? What ppd does that require?
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    theonedub habe fidem

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    25k/day, great job :cool:
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    My rig was down to 9 hours today due to LOL-NO-POWER-CAUSE-OF-WATER-LEAK. I mad.
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    Dam, I need to get my 2nd folding rig up bad. I have everything, including 2 more cards, but no psu. I'd like to keep that badge!
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    Hey guys, it's been a little while since I've been on this side of the forums. Just wanted to say I've given up folding for time being and want to dedicate everything to our fellow WCG members. However, I still very much care for the good work you're all doing and wanted to give two things back to you:

    1) Next chimp challenge, let me know and I'll put a few sandybridge -bigadv for the extra help.
    2) Whoever really needs it, I've got a GT240 I can send for free anywhere. Please PM me ;)
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    Just to show you how close I am to folding box #2:
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    I'm going to go without food for most of the next month for this already. If anyone has a psu that could run this, I could even make a deal with you, check my heatware....
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    As a return favour I will let my hexs run some WCG the next time I will travel.
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    Got a -bigadv rig down:mad:. Looks like i've burnt thru another set of 12v pins on my 24pin connector. Breaking out the soldering iron for a little "double by-pass" and I'll post up pics later.
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    What are you feeding your 12 V pins ? Your connector ought to be able to handle any normal 12 +/- 0.5 V. Ought I guess is the key word...just seen the inside of a Dell laptop transformer and craftmanship is not the first word that comes to mind.
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    It has to do with the gauge of the wires I would imagine. Too thin and too many amps burn it up, so try getting something other than the standard 20 gauge wires...

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