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Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. Paulieg

    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    I just get a bit too excited when I find other members around here that lift. Believe it or not, it's more of an addiction to me than hardware. :laugh:

    When I was running a stock i7, I think I was getting about 3400 PPD at 70%.
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    Mindweaver Moderato®™ Staff Member

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    Very true it is addictive.. I've been lifting since i was 12 years old... hehehe I'm only 35 now! :toast:
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  3. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    weird, I barely even get that a day. with a x2 helping out for a few extra points a day. I'm at 60% though.

    i average about 2300 a day, which I think is pretty sad.
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    Mindweaver Moderato®™ Staff Member

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    I think it's pretty great! :rockout: You're to hard on yourself.. :toast:
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    dude, its sad. I was putting out 5k a day with my i7 and my Phenom II 940 for about a day or two that I had both running. Something aint right, and its since I have been using the 64 bit client I think. Just dont wanna stop crunching to switch back :laugh:
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    I thought I'd through in mine...

    Currently I have only one i7 running 100% and it is stock. It's the highlighted row and I'd guess on a normal day it gets about 2.5K. Because of heat issues and the increasing cost of electricity I haven't attempted to overclock it.

    [​IMG]

    The top two rows are i7 systems that I run a few hours each day during cooler times. Row 5 is a Q6600 @ 100% and row 7 is my 24/7 system that is a Q6600 @ 60%. Both Q6600s run 24/7.

    If the cost of electricity doesn't crimp my lifestyle then I hope in a month or so to increase my output. I'm surprise at how well I'm doing with the problems that I'm experiencing.
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    You are my 100th thanked post! Brownies for you!
  8. theonedub

    theonedub habe fidem

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    The i7s put out massive PPD! :eek:

    When I had my E2200 and Opty 170 going 100% 24/7 they only combined for ~1100PPD. Now with my E5200(x64) and E2200 I just broke the 2k PPD barrier. Once it stabilizes I hope it does 2k daily, hopefully more. Still want a 775 45nm quad though.

    The 64bit client definitely gets more PPD than the 32bit- no question whatsoever.
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    :eek: You on Roids Paul:D? I'm 210 (my ideal is 185) and I can only get up to 365:confused:

    But I'm an all-around guy and not just lift, I do average about 15-20 miles a week running. Then again that's what you have to do when you're in the military to stay competitive;)


    Yeah I am too:laugh:
  10. Paulieg

    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    LOL. No roids. I prefer to stay natural, and keep my nuts functioning properly. :laugh: I'm kinda on a plateau right now, trying to get up to 325 by Christmas. My workout partner was a competitive power lifter a few years back. He's 5'6" 225, and his best bench was over 460. :eek:
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    msgclb,

    Where did u get the device stats from?:shadedshu
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    How much do u do on dead lift?
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    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm not sure. I haven't done deadlifts in years. My lower back is a little messed up from football, so I stay away from that particular exercise. Actually, Bench is the only exercise that I track these days.
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    yup deadlift messes back if you are not careful. I did mess it up when I was in college and now paying for it :D. For a 2 pound final kill lift (without wearing the damn belt) for the first place in a competition killed my back, ofcourse got 2nd place.
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    Here's what I found for yours...:)

    [​IMG]

    As you can see no hosts were listed when I viewed yours and you probably can't see them either. To view hosts go to the Free-DC site. If you click on my user name you can view my hosts as shown in the previous post. If you click on your user name and you can't view your hosts then you'll need to make them public as I'll describe below.

    Go to the World Community Grid page, sign in, click on the My Grid tab, click on My Profile and at the bottom of the page check the BOINC Show Hosts: option. After you save your profile you should be able to see your hosts.

    I'd sure like to know what I'm up against!:shadedshu

    It just occurred to me that you might need to wait until the next update before you can see your hosts.
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    Looks like the man beat me to it, lol
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    Do you really have 5 i7's?! Several 965's in the mix... you crazy man :respect::respect:
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    Don't I wish! I can see how you might come to that conclusion. All the rows where there is no activity have been replace by a row with activity. The bottom line is I have 5 active systems. Two i7 920, 1 i7 965 and 2 Q6600. I do have one AMD system that is not listed or running because it is missing some components. All of my i7 systems are now running stock because of the heat.
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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    Should I crunch on my PIII 750 I have coming? hehe
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    sure why not :laugh: i think you should try and overclock it alittle too(even if its with a software)
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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    Yeah, this pc may be a rare case where overclocking actually helps, not doing it just cause I can... hehe

    Maybe I can push it to 800...
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    :eek:i though that doing 200 was good.(I'm 5'11 140lbs)
    Overclocking always helps F@H and WCG
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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    Well, helping WCG doesn't really help ME any... I mean improving the speed/smoothness & over quality of gameplay for clients connected to my server
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    you do have a point there
    btw my server was a 5kBe@3ghz :p that was hell of alot faster then the P3 and the Socket A rig but i sold it
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    Do you smoke?;)

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