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

  1. Random Murderer

    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    what's a "eue"?
    and how do i check the top 20 producers per team per day?

    heh, you guys better watch your backs, thoughtdisorder's movin' up quickly!
     
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  2. newtekie1

    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    EUE=Early Unit End

    It means the Work Unit ended before it was supposed to, AKA it crashed.
     
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    team stats can be found HERE
     
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    Thanks guys! I'm only moving up thanks to a little help from my friends! :toast:

    Main thing is TPU is getting dangerously close to breaking into the top 200 of ALL teams! That is no small feat! :rockout:
     
  6. Random Murderer

    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    We're currently #199. ;)
     
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    FYI - TPU is now in the top 198 teams worldwide! Quite a milestone! Nice work folks!:toast:

    I'm psyched! Just got a Wolfdale delivered yesterday for my wife's rig, and though she'll never have a clue, RM and I are going to OC the hell out of it and get that baby folding for TPU! :toast:
     
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    sweet :thumbs

    that sounds like fun :rockout:

    we've been moving up the ranks nicely :toast:
     
  9. BUCK NASTY

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

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    :laugh: Reminds me of how I hijack my son's 3870 when he comes up every other weekend. He ask's why his computer run's "HOT" when he's at my place....:p
     
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    I also hijack my son's machine during the day. When he games at night he turns it off.

    To quote... "awwwww Dad, do you have to do that folding stuff ALL the time?"

    :laugh:

    Hey Buck, you seem to have fallen back in production recently. We miss the points since the top 4 guys seem to account for 70% of the points ;)
     
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    I might be resuming again soon, when i get my new e8400 e0 :D

    Will be interesting to see how much diff a faster cpu makes when using the gpu2 client. I was getting approx 4900ppd with my 8800gts on my e6400 @ 3.5ghz, hopefully i'll be on 5200+ with a e8400 @ ~4ghz. Fingers crossed anyway!
     
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    my 9600gt is being brought to it's knees :(
    the latest 5510 (R6 C35 G0) wu has my 9600gt ppd down to 2400 and I can't use my pc while it's running :(

    anyone else notice somethin like this?
     
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    Yea, I was away on business all of last week and I will be away another 5 days starting October 1st. I can't let the farm run when i'm not there for obvious reasons. For now I am back on track and racking up the PPD.:toast:
     
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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    I have one 8800GS out of 4 experiencing this (5014 R2,C22,G7 and only 430pts???) and that work unit is beating it down to 2980PPD from my usual 4900. I thought the card was giving up the ghost:laugh:. I was getting ready to pull the card until I saw this post. Stanford made mention awhile back about bringing the points more in line for Nvidia vs ATI.

    I found this on the Stanford site:
    Hi,

    I'm warning you, you will start to see a new series of projects coming out this morning. The proteins we're studying here are larger and in some sense more relevant to biology than anything we've run on GPU2 to date.

    However, due to the larger size of the protein, you may see a PPD drop putting NV cards more in line with ATI production. This isn't due to different benchmarking or a different way to assign points, but rather we anticipate NV to be slightly less efficient with larger proteins than it has been with the smaller ones.

    Dan


    Check out the Forum:http://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=52&t=5452

    They warned us this would be coming. Looks like i gotta throw some ATI in the mix;)
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    i'm gonna ask this question again, since i'm a bit wary of the big red warnings on their site:
    how stable is the gpu2 client? they warn that it's unstable since it's beta software...
    have any of you guys experienced crashing(especially while gaming)?
     
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    I don't mind the lower ppd, it had to come down sooner or later...
    it's the fact that i can't run anything without huge slow down while the gpu2 client is running. Up until the last couple days I could do anything i use this media pc for normally; now I have to shut down the client to surf etc otherwise it's way too slow...
     
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    Neither of my rigs has a slowdown while running the new WU's...the PPD has dropped significantly...my GTX260 is still @ 5K, was hitting 6.5-7.1k avg, the 9600GT is at 2.5K dropped from around 4.7k...and my e8600 OC'd to 4.3, running SMP + FAH Affinity Changer is getting 2.5k lol, which it was getting around 1.7k stock!

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  19. p_o_s_pc

    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    i need to get my rig fixed. I hope to go Intel if i do you can bet it will be overclocked and folding
     
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    seems ok now as it has moved on to the next wu, guess it was just a brutal wu :rockout:
     
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    It is recommended to turn off the gpu client while using any graphic intensive program. Some people get away with leaving it running but it's a beta and not necessarily ready for that yet.

    As it is beta, the possibility of crashes could be a lil higher. From my experience, the client doesn't crash my pc , rather it has eue's one after the other.
     
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    I've done lots of gaming same with my G/F on her rig w/o shutting off the GPU2 client...but ymmv, as Skitzo said it's a beta...plus it may depend on the ammount of GPU power the game needs. I'm still lol-ing that my e8600 is scoring about 56pts less than my 9600GT lol! Funny as hell!

    In my experience the GPU2 client has been pretty damn good and stable, and doesn't seem to hamper most games or performance...I probably lose a few FPS, but if the game still plays nice, I could care less! I'd say try it out and see how it works.

    :toast:
     
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    Well it's official. I have lost 2000 ppd per card on the 8800GS's and 2300 on the 8800GTS (G92). My 26k-27k farm has been reduced to 17k at this moment. This will affect all Nvidia Gpu2 folders worldwide and will level the field for ATI. I don't mind the PPD drop so much, as it just brings down the scale of everything, but the extra heat from the new work units is unbearable:eek:. My 8800gts was @ 70c today versus 60c yesterday. Oh well....

    Stanford------> :nutkick: <------ Nvidia Gpu2 Folders
     
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    I dunno..I'm back to normal WU's atm, 260's back up to around 6.5k and 9600GT's back up to 4.4k...I think it's going to be on and off...even so, still donating!

    :toast:
     
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    c2d mobo is officially dead :(
    moved the 2x2G and 9600gt over to the am2 system, it is a fair bit happier now :)

    for the time being, I'm down to one machine for folding ...:nutkick:
     

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