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

  1. Norton

    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    I plan on pulling the two spare HD7770s out of my roommate's system later this week and get them in the i7-2700k for folding :toast:
     
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    Does he allow you to put your cards in and out of his system?
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    I'm letting him use it in the first place place (this is my old i7-920). There are three HD7770s not in crossfire, so the 2nd and 3rd contribute nothing to gaming performance. And I've asked and he didn't care :)
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Put my 7770 and the 7970 back to work folding last night. The 7770 is going 24/7 and will run the 7970 at night for a little while just to make sure my w/c loop is going to be ok :)

    Also, I should have the GTX 580's going by next week or the week after :toast:

    What kind of ppd/TPF are you guys getting with the Core 17 8900 jobs?
     
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    Tahitis should still be getting ~100K PPD. My main desktop is currently doing 7810s and one card is getting 90K and the other 60K, must be drivers or some other junk causing the big difference.
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    100k PPD? I'm getting so much less than that on both the HD7930 and HD7950. My output is less consistent recently due to video games on the HD7950, but even at the best point, I was only getting 110k or 120k between the HD7950, HD7930, and GTX560TI448.
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    I ran the core on 7970 up to 1Ghz and it's getting a 90k+ ppd rating atm (still running Core 17 8900's)
    Check out the temps!!! :toast:
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    and that's with the FX-8350 in the same loop crunching full load @48-50C.

    I'm loving this water cooling setup! :pimp:
     
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    what PPD was it pullin at 10%
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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

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    Is she stable at those clocks? I'm getting errors on a GTX570 @ 870 core. Backing it down to 850mhz and trying again:shadedshu.
     
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    Seems happy- running over 24 hrs on them so far (the secondary BIOS settings on this 7970 are higher than that iirc)

    *EDIT- secondary BIOS sets it to 1050/1425 from 925/1375 so I can try a little further :)
     
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    usually at 1% F@H is still making up it's mind on what amount of PPD it's actually doing then after a 10~15 mins it's settled down to an exact number
     
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    Ah now I see! :)

    It sits over 90k ppd but I'm only running 16-18 hrs/day atm so I'm not getting the full 90k.

    The estimated TPF for a Core 17 8900 job is around 4min 20sec if that helps.....
     
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    Well, I brought the folding rig back online folding today.

    Luckily the motherboard wasn't damaged beyond the cosmetic scorch marks on the 24-pin connector. Corsair RMA'd the HX850 no questions asked, go Corsair! However, since I don't plan on putting the GTX470s back in, I went ahead and put a Corsair CX750M in my folding rig instead. It is currently folding on the Phenom II X6 only right now, since I only have temporary GPUs in it(9600GS0 and GT640). I'm thinking I'll pick up a single 660Ti, once I do that I'll be folding on the GPU again(maybe I'll throw the GT640 on until then).

    Argh, this has been such a pain, this is my workstation at work too, so it being down has not been fun. But this takes me back to when I was managing ~20 folding rigs and had the #1 spot...man, I don't miss those days...
     
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    I should be getting close to/over 100k ppd now with the 7970 and the 7770 doing their thing. Temps on cpu/gpu have equalized in my loop now and they just sit there at 48C :toast:

    Still working on getting the 580's going but with long days at work and busy weekends it's hard to get motivated lately :eek:

    Anyone know what 580's are getting for ppd lately?
     
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    My GTX 570 is getting 33K on p8900 @ 900mhz core.
     
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    My GTX560TI448 (nearly the same card) is doing just lower--about 29-31k.

    Given the cooler weather, I'm going to try and pull the GTX470s back online. We shall see if things are now up to it :toast:
     
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    That does look suspicious...I can't seen any rational reason for such a price TBH :(
     
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    so you should gain around 28099.17 points for an core_17 8900 wu then
     
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    Got home early and found it a bit chilly, fired up F@H on my 780 and the room is now comfortable :laugh: Beats digging out the space heater.
     
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    What kinda PPD you getting with the 780 Onedub?
     
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    Actually just checked my results, seems like one WU dropped and confirms I am still meeting the requirements for the QRB.

    Single 8900 was credited for 33k with a TPF of 3min2sec @ 1136mhz core clock. The client estimates a PPD of 156,241.

    Downside is that to keep the 780 fed and running at maximum performance, I have to leave 3 threads on my i7 open and off WCG. Initially I left 1C/2T open for it, but I would still see drops in utilization. Back in the day I could run 2 or even 3 Nvidia GPUs and still have WCG running 100% without utilization problems, but with the performance I'm not complaining.
     
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