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

  1. Athlonite

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    No I'm not
  2. thebluebumblebee

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    It's an efficiency thing. The best efficiency is normally between 20 and 80%.
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    Congratulation with your new very, very small PC ;)
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    Noooooooo! :eek: Please tell me they're not back! :cry: Please? I've done my time on 494's.

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    Here are some preliminary pics and screenies from my 16-core build. Will update it once I get some PPD figures.

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    UPDATE:

    Something is off/not right, it's giving me a TPF of 3:30:00 :eek: 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
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    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.
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    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
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    :roll: I know you we were joking mate so no offense taken:D

    After a few tweaks and setting affinity's, here she is:

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    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.
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    I completed this today, but only got 8955 pts.:confused:

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    Did you finish it ahead of the deadline?
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    This is a couple days late, but, welcome back dhoshaw! Hope this means you're doing well.
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    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!!
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    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.
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    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 :D
    So getting roughly 72K PPD with just the -bigadv client running :rockout:
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    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:D

    whats the no il change when these units complete.. unless i can now?
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    Switch over to TPU anytime. We welcome all folders regardless of previous bad decisions:laugh:! Welcome aboard!
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    New work units. Here is your PPD from what I can see.

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    And you are running at 4.? GHz?
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    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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