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

  1. Mindweaver

    Mindweaver Moderato®™ Staff Member

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    Hey guys i've got my i7 970 switched over from wcg to folding to get ready for CC. I've got it setup for bigadv! :toast:
    Crunching for Team TPU
  2. bogmali

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    Appreciate the help bro!
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  3. Mindweaver

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    No problem bro! :toast:
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    Wish I still had my i7 to help you guys out. :(
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    2685+6 collection server down

    I was going to make the switch to the CC username this morning when my 2685 had completed (my other rig will complete a 2686 in a few hours) but I can't upload it since the collection server is down. If I just start a new project under the ChimPowerUp name it will never upload and I lose 2*92 K (counting down). I give it five hours and take the loose. Damn, bad start.


    Edit: Got one transmitted and got a 2684 in return. Hmmm, at least I'm producing for the CC.
    2nd Edit: Got the other one shipped as well and got an identical WU (down to same run and all) on that rig. Will wait untill the 6900/6901 server sends again.
    3rd edit: Finally got it sorted out - 124 k PPD towards to Chimp put.
    Last edited: May 4, 2011
    Crunching for Team TPU 50 Million points folded for TPU
  6. BUCK NASTY

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

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    I'm switching everything over tonight. Still gotta work out some stability issues with a problematic i7-870/2x GTX460 rig. I also had a Antec EA-650 PSU burn out yesterday. Been running it hard 24/7 for 3 years now. Replaced it with a spare EA-500D that will hopefully last thru the CC(drawing 430w continuous:eek:). I hope everyone is ready for tomorrow!:D

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  7. bogmali

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    Switching everything tonight..........Should have an awesome turnout with the crunchers chipping in:toast:
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  8. BUCK NASTY

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

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    I have had PM's from 4 new Folders this morning, mainly due to the TPU Frontpage news that btarunr posted for us. We need to be prepared to assist new members with their clients.

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    I will switch all of my computers I have at work before I leave today.
    I will switch my home computers out tonight also.
    Be glad to help out any of the newcomers we have.
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    All set up:rockout:

    BUCK you are the man:respect:
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  11. BUCK NASTY

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

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    Congrats on the nice hardware you got there Bow! Looks like Bow should be throwing 15K ppd our way!!!
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    Sorry guys, both boxes are temp offline. When they come back up, one will be with the chimp.....
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    Okay, fine, box #1 up and running for the chimp. I'm leaving the other one to finish the gap, then I may turn it over as well.
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    Thank you Pete!
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    It looks like one of my -bigadv will dump on my regular username :mad:, we will see tonight.
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    I updated to 7.1.24 and it worked fine for a few days then suddenly my computer freezes when it downloads a new WU. However, it only freezes when I am AFK, and when I witness a new WU being downloaded it works fine. Any suggestions? if not then I am going to revert back to .21
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    does anyone have experience with the f@h monitor for android?
  19. bogmali

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    If it keeps freezing then revert back to what you know that works.

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    My server is off limits right now because it's too busy:D

    Busy from doing this:toast:

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    Yes what do you need??
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    are you using the cat 11.4 march 26th update driver as I had the same problems as you it's not the client it's the driver even just using AIDA64 to show openCL info would lock the PC while running F@H so I went back to the previous 11.4 update and all is good now
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  22. bogmali

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    2600K up and running, 4.2Ghz ATM and will adjust once I verify that she is stable;)

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    I need some help. I am trying to get my two new folding rigs going for TPU. I have an Opty 180 and a Celeron E1500 based systems. The first is running Vista Business 32-bit, the latter is running Ubuntu 10.04LTS. I need to see if I have any MSDNAA Windows licenses left to switch the Linux box over to Windows (from what I gather, folding on GPUs on Linux is a bit of a hassle), so that will take a bit.

    However, I am having issues with the Opteron 180 box. The CPU is overclocked at 2.8Ghz, but it is stable (and has been for months now), and I am not using the CPU client on it anyway. The 9600GSOs and the 8400GS are all at stock and they keep on killing the nvidia driver or simply locking up the system once I try to fold. It doesn't matter if I fold on one card, two cards or all three cards, and even the 8400GS alone kills the system. I've played games on this box, and I'd run stuff like Furmark on the GPUs to make sure nothing is faulty, so I don't think the problem is in the HW.

    Any ideas?
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    Do you have your desktop extended to the second video card? My next suggestion would be to pull the 8400GS and see if that fixes things. I have a A8n-sli with 2 9600GSO's, BTW
  25. bogmali

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    Fold with the 9600GSO and don't bother with the 8400, the PPD is not worth the strain it puts on the CPU.

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