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

  1. mstenholm

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    ^ I get anything from 58 to 66 k PPD at 4.1 so there is an advantage running the Linux client for Intel hexs. Are you going full water (CPU+ chipset) and I forgot what MB are you using?
     
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    Yeah I am seeing at least a 10% increase in PPD with the Linux OS

    Just water on the CPU and I am using the |Giga X58A UD3R
     
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    If my production tanks once in a while, my router is toast. I'll get a new one at end of month. Plus I'll be getting one more psu to fire up folding box #2. Should be a good month!
     
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    My production will be down a bit, power outlet upgrade at work. Should be back to normal this weekend.
     
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    Your fault?:laugh:
     
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    He just mentions his ppd will be down and loses his badge.:laugh:
     
  7. bogmali

    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    Nah.....I was barely putting anything on the circuit:laugh:

    Ummmm........I've taken my badge off a long time ago and you just now noticed:confused: :p
     
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    48 hrs. on smp with my 2600k @ 4.6
     

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    Well I'm finally home after almost a month in the UK. All rigs are up and running again.
     
  10. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Guys, as some of you have probably noticed, my points have been down drastically. My 2nd rig Which was my folding power house is down because it needs a CPU. I just got stuff to take care off before I can get another one. Just giving you'll a heads up. :toast:
     
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  11. Josh154

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    Glad to have you back and hopefully you didn't get too burnt out on techno over there!

    Hey man, do what you gotta do. What do you need for a cpu?

    My rig has BSOD twice now since folding again. Only thing i could think of that was different was i took the fan off my nb. Put it back on and bumped the vcore up one notch and has been folding for about 36 hours good so far. Just turned in a p6900 a little while ago and picked up a stupid 2684 :( Only getting 19k PPD on this 2684 for some reason.
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Looking for a AM3 Six core to replace the X2 I sent to onedub.
     
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    Ahh that will be a nice PPD increase! Do you have good cooling for it?
     
  14. Chicken Patty

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    Yep. But if you have anything I can use in the meantime, I'll consider it.
     
  15. theoneandonlymrk

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    my word some of you are gettin the work done!!:toast:

    im in the league now woo:)

    View attachment 41031 :D

    ps i have some questionable old pc mobo combos lieing around an old semperon and a p4 ,would it be worth getting them up and running or not really worth the effort??
     
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    The first 100 places comes easy...but from there on it will cost some electricity which leads me to your question - no, if you only plan to use the CPUs. A GTX460 on the other hand :D

    Welcome to the team oneandonly :)
     
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    Welcome to the Top 30 for Team TPU!

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    damn i seem to have had my WU's reset when i swapped team ive started from scratch again doehh , worth it tho im tempted to write to custom pc tho, tell the twats to stop regurgitating stale old shit for 5 quid a month their at least 1mnth behind me in news terms and now they robbed me of foldin for tpu for time, the gits grhhhhhrr.
     
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  22. mstenholm

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    We are kind people here. I will add some points to your TPU score. Its from my part time 460 (main rig) so don't expect 15 k PPD :)
     
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  23. bogmali

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    I partially deciphered your message here but the rest is :confused: We can basically fold for you and get your points that were lost to the other team if you want;) Just let me know.
     
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    You did not lose any points. Your record is kept with each team you are on. (go to http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/search.php and type in your user name and you will see the results for you on 2 teams) You still have 106,803 points with Custom PC & bit-tech. But I have good news for you. People around here like to make someone like you forget about the points they "lost" on another team and they Fold under your name until those points are "replaced". Enjoy!
     
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    :toast: so nice of you all but theres no need i hadnt done that many ive only recently stepped up production through better configs and none gui clients etc but awful nice of you all plus i really was just venting some custom pc rage they,ve robbed me several months running for stuff i already knew lol sorry:D

    i realise i could optimise the run times further as i power down due to the noise(cant sleep i kno lightw8) and i will be stepping up the graft throughout this year within my means anyway.
     
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