Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.
how would i get those to you? i have them on a usb stick atm
How about attaching to an email message?
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I am not sure, but from reading the logs, I suspect Your wireless hardware (or the driver) is misbehaving.
Don't know if this has been discussed, but has anyone noticed that these Mapping Marker WUs run their CPUs a little hotter? Say 6-10C warmer?
all crashes have been network related in some way. Clicking FB links, d/l from the software centre. Im getting a new mobo to be sure thats not the problem, i'll pick up a wireless card on the cheap asi well,
@theonedub Yeah, they are more heavy than most other DC work, about as "tough" as CEP2.
Wait. Why would You been using wireless on a desktop computer, anyways? *squints eyes*
I always have some in the mix but haven't really noticed any significant temp issues?
For a minute I thought that I might be having some issues with my loop, but my GPU and CPU under Haven and Prime, respectively, are right where I would expect them to be. I hadn't noticed the increased temps in running them before, but I imagine the batch I have now are a bit more intensive. At least I am not alone, thanks
Keep an eye out and let me know if you do see something. The WU servers have given me about 50 of these WUs to run, so having 8 of them all at once probably makes it more noticeable for me.
Onedub, I also have a gob of these as well. However I only seem to have one running at the moment. Will keep an eye out on these though.
cause i only have 2 ethernet cords one is a 100 ft long one that goes from my router to my bedroom and the other cord is hooked up to the i5 2400.
I too will be looking out for them; I just edited my WCG stuff to allow switch over to these MCM WUs. Let's see how they roll
Sounds like you need a hook up on an ethernet cable. But sometimes a wireless card just makes things easier. I opted for that instead of an ethernet cable running across the living room floor during this challenge
You should see my ethernet cables...
I don't know what "TMI" stands for, sorry.
Too Much Information lol.
Too Much Information
Arjai read your quote with it's secondary meaning
You should see my ethernet cables...
Edit- Buck beat me to it...
what second meaning?
i dun geddit
What "cable" could you be referring to in order to make the statement TMI*
* Hint- Arjai was being sarcastic
I guess some things just don't translate over the Internet
Sorry buddy, Sarcasm is my First Language. Think, TITS. Then you might geddit! LOL
it's "cables" and I can't think anything else I could possibly be referring to other than, uhm... cables.
even with sarcasm applied, i still dun geddit.
Aww well I suppose I should give up on this one...
So my i3 2100 is currently running 4 of the MCM WUs, and temps are close to what they have been with the FA@H. Usually it's right around 56-60C, but with the MCM there are more high spikes, about 2-3C 3-4C higher than normal. So I could see where running 8 would do it, especially if the CPU is clocked higher; mine's only clocked @3.1Ghz
While I see no difference whatsoever (running 6 of those right now; compared to all-FAAH)
I'm waiting to see how my main rig with better cooling does. So far, it's only running 1, but when it has 8 running, I'll compare. Maybe it'll be similar. The i3 that's running currently is at stock with stock hsf.
Someone compared then to CEP2 WUs, which did run harder on my 2600k; I had to drop my OC 100mhz even to prevent crashes. so if MCM is like CEP2, I can understand a little difference.
Obviously I don't know for sure right now. I didn't even realize MCM was a project til recently. Had I know, I would have been running them more since it's something I'm personally interested in more.
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