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

  1. thebluebumblebee

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    Is that from the client or HFM?
     
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    HFM?
     
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    I will dl hfm and see what it says never used it before
     
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    You've had WU's hit for 88,132 and 89,211. I'm assuming that these are the P10467's. If that is the case, that's actually ..... well.....that can't be right.....367,000 - 381,000 PPD! But in order to get that many points, the TPF is down at 3'22". (could you look in your log and see what the actual frame times are?)
    It's especially great at monitoring multiple systems, although I have to say that I think client V7 copied many of it's features. It seems to do PPD better than the client.
     
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    nah those were a 13000 and a 13001 this is my first 10467 TPF is 4 min 1 sec
     
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    Yes, I want a 770 for gaming, but if the 750tis are good at folding, those are going in my folding rig! No point in looking at 660s ect if that's the case... this 480 is literally burning a hole in my case.....
     
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    Ouch, first 10468 and my TPF is over 8 days. o_O
    Maybe the client needs some time to adjust, but it's been working for 12 hours and is 0.18% done. I don't think GK104 likes the 10468 WU's. :p
     
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    Something's wrong. That won't even make the deadline, will it?

    Edit: Client's hung. Restart client.
     
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    I have a confession. I have been holding on on the team. I just installed my 7870 myst (7930). Problem is it is saying it has 8.8 days for the first WU.
     
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    If it says that after the 1st hour then it is definitely stuck... I delete the slot and put it back in to dump the wu's that do that.
     
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    Did you happen to pick up core_18?
     
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    I did in fact pick up a core_18 of project 10471.

    Did just that and now on core 17.

    Current estimated ppd is 61000ish. For about 110 watts according to gpuz which is semi accurate, that ppd seems sad compared to my 750ti's. I have heavily downvolted because it has an awkward cooling situation not to mention better efficiency in general.
     
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    8 months smoke free on the 28th. Such a cheaper way to defeat cancer than spending 1000s on video cards. Still will be looking for cheap kepler cards in the next few months when you guys are done with them....
     
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    Just over 600w in furmark. I think it's time to trade up to a 280/290 or something.

    Edit: Actually 450w in Furmark alone. Forgot I was BOINCing as well.
     
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    If not gaming a 750ti might be good.
     
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    Thats the 8350 and what? :O I can't say I've ever seen a single GPU machine hit 600w.
     
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    That is probably your 8350 more than gpu. With a highly overclocked 2500k and overclocked 7970 I max had ~450 watts.
     
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    Two 6950s at stock speeds and a FX 8350 at 4.6GHz 1.5v.
    Here's BOINC (8c@100%) and Furmark running together. I hear some coil wine. Might need to switch over to the Seasonic PSU. (I'm not sure if the image will link properly.)
    (Edit: ~390 watts with BOINC alone, ~450 watts Furmark alone, ~240 watts idle)
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    2nd gpu will do that.
     
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    I'm running less than that on 3 rigs all together :twitch:

    Crunching 14 cores/20 threads (FX-8350/Xeon) and folding on the 7970 (2500k @ idle).... for around 630w

    6950's and an 8350 over 4.4Ghz really suck up the power!
     
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    Just swapped the meter over to the server. LilCrunchy (in sig below) uses 280w for BOINC. I see it's a 6c Xeon, but what clock speed?
     
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    3ghz? Another inconsistency is your sig says 8 core not 6 core.
     
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