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

  1. overclocker

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    man I wonder if my laptop will take another 96 hours of this :p temps are only at 68c but i have never ran anything like this for this long :p
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  2. theonedub

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    Making sure the bottom of the laptop is raised of the surface its on will help lower its temps. I always put a deck of playing cards under the battery (at the back) to make sure the laptop could breathe.
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  3. overclocker

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    yea I have a laptop cooler under there :) would my 4650 1GB OC to 600core and 800 mem help much and if so how would I do that?
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    go People, go!as i have birthday today, i threw in the last bit of my useful resources, my even older 8800gts 320mb! We need to get at least the second place in the chimp challenge, its sooo close now!:rockout::rockout::rockout:
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    First and foremost VW, Happy Birthday man!!!:rockout:

    I think the team will get at least the second place!:D:D:D
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  6. bogmali

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    They're out of -bigadv WUs (at least for me). Anyone else?
  7. Yukikaze

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    Happy Birthday!
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    I hope Stanford is not being selective in who they are giving them out to!

    I had one more rig that could finish another -bigadv WU before the end of the CC but unfortunately during the last 12 hours that rig crashed twice taking it out of time. I'll be switching over to SMP A3 when my bigadv rigs finish there current WUs.

    I'll have two in about 15 hours and two in about 25 hours.
  9. bogmali

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    I certainly hope not:confused:

    Switched my 2600K to A3 since it can't get any -bigadv ones:rolleyes:
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    I have picked up a couple P268x WU's today, seem to have run out of P690x though
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    Wow, all six of my cards are stuck on 494 pointers. My 2 285s are churning out a lousy 17k... arrrg. I hope they throw us a few 353s at the end just for fun!
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    Hang in there buddy.:toast:
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    Okay. After the CC is done and temps in my apartment are back to normal, I am now officially joining the TPU F@H team as "Yukikaze007". Both folders up and folding on 3x9600GSO and 1x9600GT.
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    This is exactly why the CC was started. To get people aware of folding. Thank you for joining the team!:toast:
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    Guys, letting you'll know before it goes up for sale.

    Selling my 5870. PM me if interested.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    We still have people Folding under ChimPowerUP AND ChimpPowerUp.
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    Hertz?
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    Not me this this time. Just to make sure I'm still running smp with everthing I had during the CC.:laugh:

    I guessed that I would get 137k with everthing that I had running, and I got 140k yesterday.:D
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    You're just full of yourself since that comment you made yesterday, aren't you?:laugh:
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    hertz9753 says thanks.
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    21st spot here I come! Now how do I pass that Chimp.......
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    Is the i7 2600K the best folding CPU at the moment (aside of a 990X or some Xeon monster)? I might be investing in another rig to allow myself a small 4 machine Hadoop cluster at home for university stuff and I'll probably fold on it when it isn't doing anything important.

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