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

  1. msgclb

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    I'm now uploading GPU3 WUs on the rigs that were giving me problems.

    These 912/925 WUs run like there's a dog biting at their heels. :cool:
     
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    Anyone having problems picking up -bigadv? My rigs seems to have tried for days now. I will be back to them in 6 hours time. I just can't leave them for more then a day before they start acting up. A restart might help.

    Nice stone Tex.
     
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    I had problems this morning with one of my rigs running -bigadv with FAH GPU Tracker V2. A windows message stated that "FAH had encountered an error and needed to close". So I closed the app and restarted the computer. Restarted the app and started the cpu. Waited for several hours and the log kept telling me that "Attempt to get work failed". It kept trying and I was at a loss so I deleted the app and Appdata and restarted. Took several times according to the log, but I did finally end up with a 2686 wu (first time I have seen that particular -bigadv).
    My other rig has been working steady on a -bigadv since last night with no problems. I am not sure what happened/
     
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    BIOSTAR TP67B+ LGA 1155 Intel P67 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3...

    Good luck.:toast:
     
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    I have my fingers crossed for the next update. I'm in the same boat with you.
     
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    I have GPU Tracker running on 4 rigs here and all seems fine at the moment.

    GPU3 clients have finished and uploaded a couple of 925 pointers OK, and my -bigadv seem to be running along fine.
     
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    http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/user_summary.php?s=&u=473040

    That was a big old dump. Still missing some of my points, maybe they splashed out.:)
     
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    Good news - The 2600K appears to be ok so far...running -bigadv's on all rigs atm. :) Jumping back and forth between crunching and folding. When I get this set-up finalized I will make a determination as to what does what. Two GTX 295's to be added to the mix shortly.
     
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    That's good news man!!!
     
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    Are you running the 2600k at stock settings?

    Not trying to trick you into anything. Just asking.

    Good night.:)
     
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    It's just cruising at 4GHz atm...when I get all these where I want them I will put a proper cooler on and crank it up.
     
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    Good luck, hope it works OK for you :toast:
     
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    97 and 76%. The last is from a restart, the other just had a real long download time :)
     
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    ive come to find v7 wont pass my 5870 any x16 work at min anyone else have this issue or is it just me?

    it has incidentally sparked the right idea in me now though in that ive gpu tracker using it on x11, so its at least doing something im gona keep a few folding options on this rig and flip between them as req seems best bet on awkward hybrid folding rigs.
     
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    GTX580 (stock clocks):

    912= Low18K
    925= High 17K

    GTX560ti (mild OC):

    925 = high 16K
    912 = low 17k
     
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    There is no doubt that your hex is better of doing -bigadv. In crunching it scales 6:4 to your quads but in folding its about 8:4.
     
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    The 560ti is good bang for the bucks on the fast WUs, but we are not blessed with that many.
     
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    I asked for the numbers out of curiosity, because I had not heard which is most likely because there have not been very many 9xx WU's since the 560 came out. Just wanted to know if it scales like the 460, and it appears that it does.

    Edit: I still have a WU that's having problems uploading.
     
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    Problem with the GTX 295 - Will not boot the Classified/980X...no monitor out. :banghead:

    EDIT: Finally got it going.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Have to shut down 3 of 6 folding rigs for a couple of months.
    The only ones I will leave running are @ work.:toast:
     
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    Would this be heat related?
     
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    My "stuck" WU finally uploaded. 2 days after it was done.
     
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    Totally agree with Tex and Buck:toast:. I will have to slowly downclock my 950 and gtx 460s in the next four months:shadedshu. In july heat will cost probably one gpu client:banghead:. Summer is one major slap in the ppd face:cry:.

    At least we now have some 9xx...
     
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    Nope this would be moving into a new house related..
    I should be back to full strength in a couple of months.
    Thinking about upgrading some machines @ the same time.:D
     
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    Good news, bad news...the water leak on the 980X rig did not take out the Classified mb after all. Seems it took out the cpu instead. Oh well, rma downtime hehe. Meanwhile I have another 2600K inbound to take up the slack. ;)
     
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