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

  1. bogmali

    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    a little over three then:D
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    You mean a little over 1.5.:D
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    A little over 3 days in bog time:)
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    :banghead: owned by too much Starbucks :laugh:


    For some odd reason I'm thinking 12 hours = 1 day :wtf:
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    So, did it pick up another one?
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    Yeah, it's counting down, 20 hours:10 minutes left. The base points changed though, it's down to 28,384 from 30,964. It looks like it'll still drop around 475,000.
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    3 Wu's, 691,920 points! :toast: F150
    Column 1
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    2 06.06.11 691,920 3


    I remember when that was a good day for the team.
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    What, 691k or 3 wu's?:laugh:

    Thanks, who knows how long these new bigadv's will last. I suspect they will cut the points down again though. I can understand giving better points because of their size, but it does seem a little high. I guess only time will tell.
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    What is your TPF on the 6903 WU's?

    I just started my first one after 5 days of struggeling with Ubuntu and my SR-2. For some reason the SR-2 dropped half of my memory just when I installed Ubuntu and it took me 3 days to figure out that it was a HW problem and not Ubuntu.:shadedshu
    Got it solved now and running the 6903 with a TPF of 24:13min atm with 2x X5690 @4,3GHz.

    I'm firing up three more rigs to knight one SR-2 and two hexacore's on team TPU.:toast:
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    12 thread minimun and Linux os.

    It's been floating around 23:15(min:sec) @ 4.1 Ghz. For the linux install, follow this. They also have a Sr-2 thread with lots of info too. It's a long read though.

    Origanally, I had it running at 4.1 folding for 3 months without a problem. I watercooled the cpu's and o/c to 4.3. After a couple of months at 4.3 my o/c started to become unstable and required more vcore. So I dropped it back to 4.1, and now it uses even more vcore at this o/c too. I'm not sure if the cpu's are degrading or not, but I think they are.
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    The first 6903 got dumped at 20% so I bumped up the vcore a noch and now my TPF are 23:07 and has been there for the first 18%.
    This is my first time on Linux so much to learn.
    My clocks seems stable running 4,3GHz with 1,35 vcore, mobo and CPU's all watercooled.
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    I'll take a guess and say you still need more vcore. The 5690's are the top of the line though, so maybe not. I'm running 1.37 vcore at 4.1 Ghz.
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    TPU so far today on EOC, 1,429,609 points, 705,141 of which belong to F150. Cameljock, enjoy your time in the top 20, because you're about to be knocked out by a pickup.
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    ^^:roll:
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    Wow, finally got back to 20th in the list, and I see contenders coming for me already.. I live in a silly little part of bc Canada that hits 100f for awhile and 90f for a bit longer. Hits upto 120f in my apt. I'll have to pay my landlord $35 a month to run my ac, and I only have 15amps total, and will probably pull a box or 2. Sept it's cool again here, everything back to normal. I'll keep going until the heat hits.
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    Pick up? More like a semi:laugh:
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    I must work on a 2600k system, maybe when the new high end i7s come out?
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    Would you settle for a w3570?

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    I got a core a5 2692. Never had one before.
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    Seems like I get 4-5 9XX WUs a day. Maybe Stanford is taking pity on us knowing Summer heat will be invading shortly?
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    Oh Hertz dude, that xeon... homer drooool... dam. Yes, if I could swing it, that would do just as nicely. I'll bet it does 4.5 on air......
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    I have never taken it past 3.8, my 2600k's fold at 4.6. This is what I run the Xeon at.

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