Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by W2hCYK, Jun 10, 2006.
No I'm not
It's an efficiency thing. The best efficiency is normally between 20 and 80%.
Congratulation with your new very, very small PC
Noooooooo! Please tell me they're not back! Please? I've done my time on 494's.
It seems NCIX has some new members. It looks like the hamsters from Hardware Canucks are in training.
Here are some preliminary pics and screenies from my 16-core build. Will update it once I get some PPD figures.
Something is off/not right, it's giving me a TPF of 3:30:00 That's three hours and thirty minutes per frame. Might have to give Linux a shot to see if it changes in that environment:shadedshu
Leaving for 3 weeks in a few hours, and unfortunately I could not get my folding rig online. However, my main rig will be putting out about 20-22k PPD (470+8800GT) for the duration.
I'll have my folding rig up and running as soon as I get back, in time for CC.
4 cores folding and 12 playing dungeons and dragons? You had a better TPF with the slower CPU's and older core. That said the 2885 is 1 minut slower on the A5 for me.
Edit: just to clarify I didn't mean that you bogmali played but the cores them self found other amusement
I know you we were joking mate so no offense taken
After a few tweaks and setting affinity's, here she is:
So still the Windows version. Seen that the Linux client is runing dry but I will still give it a try tomorrow. As long as I'm home to babysit than I can reload OS...
Edit: changed my mind. Picked up a 6901 and Linux is still under the dry spell.
I completed this today, but only got 8955 pts.
Did you finish it ahead of the deadline?
This is a couple days late, but, welcome back dhoshaw! Hope this means you're doing well.
Dont tell me that
I just spent the weekend changing the new rig over to a Linux build, I had heard that they were performing better on Linux with new A5 core.
Ahh well, had to do something while I wait on my new block... getting bored now so wish they would just send me my block NOW!!
There is hope - http://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=55&t=17788&start=30
I just found out that the NB/SB block that I use on my UD5 is for the none A version. That explains why the mofset blocks had a wrong size. Seems to be working so far with <40 C on what I suspect is the NB and SB temperatures.
Well I fired the 970 rig up anyway, couldn't be bothered waiting any longer on the water block...
I picked up a 6901 WU and am seeing ~10% increase in PPD with just changing to Linux server OS
So getting roughly 72K PPD with just the -bigadv client running
hello all im actually feeling quite treacherous to be honest.
to be honest i have 3 folding clients running on my 1 main pc now and although i dont presently run it 24/7 as its in my bed room (ps3 folding 24/7 though) it will be soon
I feel guilty because i got 3 clients working thanks to you peeps, yet i am folding fo custom pc at min(i started it for them before i got into tpu) ,yeh i know and there mag IS their site/ shite so i wana swap to tpu that ok wi you guys
whats the no il change when these units complete.. unless i can now?
Switch over to TPU anytime. We welcome all folders regardless of previous bad decisions! Welcome aboard!
New work units. Here is your PPD from what I can see.
And you are running at 4.? GHz?
4.2GHz for now, until I get my new water block for it, maybe then I can push it some more
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