Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by W2hCYK, Jun 10, 2006.
a little over three then
You mean a little over 1.5.
A little over 3 days in bog time
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For some odd reason I'm thinking 12 hours = 1 day
So, did it pick up another one?
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.
3 Wu's, 691,920 points! F150
Day Points WUs
06.06.11 691,920 3
I remember when that was a good day for the team.
What, 691k or 3 wu's?
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.
Do you have to have a SR-2 to run one of these?
NOTE: Our crunching captain expressed that we will be competing in:
I will switch the two i7 970's over but will leave the i7 920 folding.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Pick up? More like a semi
I must work on a 2600k system, maybe when the new high end i7s come out?
Would you settle for a w3570?
If any folders are willing to help our crunching team out we are entering in a 20 day contest:
Any help would be appreciated. Check out this thread for more details:
So it may help more to start crunching for the team after the competition starts
I got a core a5 2692. Never had one before.
Seems like I get 4-5 9XX WUs a day. Maybe Stanford is taking pity on us knowing Summer heat will be invading shortly?
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......
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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