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TPU's WCG/BOINC Team

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

  1. RAMMIE New Member

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    That file ain't gonna make your points go up.Your rigs aren't running efficiently.

    Put at 100%
    Drop CPU 200Mhz
    Put Ram to stock timings and latencies.
    Watch points go up.
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    Velvet Wafer New Member

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    should be:
    C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\BOINC;)
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  3. Mindweaver

    Mindweaver Moderato®™ Staff Member

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    Hey Velvet do you know if the 6, 8, 12 core AMD's will run on the am3 socket or will there be a variation? :confused:
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    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm on Windows 7. I'll have to go searching.

    Where the F is appdata in Windows 7? I can't find it!!:banghead:
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    Velvet Wafer New Member

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    the first 6-12 core procs will definetly be opterons,and therefore have their own socket.when they finally release them in desktop variant, if i know AMD right, they will stay with the socket, until the realease of 12core+ procs. it would be kinda... asshole to do it not,you know? AMD strategy atm is to be the smart choice, and they definetly are with socket interchanging procs,when intel creates a whole new socket for each chip they make. someone has to be the bad one:D

    @Paulieg
    C:\Program Data\BOINC
    there it should be ;-)
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    This works, trust me:rockout:
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    It's in C:\ProgramData\BOINC on my Win 7 system.
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  8. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    man this file did wonders for me, it helped stabilize my output a lot. Some days i'll do great, somedays I'll do bad. This was the fix. Maybe that can bef Paul's issue, I've seen him have his good days recently.
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    Mindweaver Moderato®™ Staff Member

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    Good news guys! If everything goes right, next month I'll be able to start running my farm full force! Also, I'll be adding more or better gpu's for our folding force! These are not the best of days, but we make due with what's given to us! :toast: to better days!
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    thats awesome bro, how many rigs you got running now and how many will be running when in full force?
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    Mindweaver Moderato®™ Staff Member

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    I'm around 22 to 24 rigs now.. I have a total of 36, but i've lost some to heat and just old parts.. at most i'm thinking 32.. I don't know if i'll be able to run all 32, due to not having bodies there to push the power button if they go off.. hehehe but at the very least i should be able to run the 22 to 24 rigs 24/7 @ 100 percent.. I'd say right now 70 percent of my farm is only running at 60 to 70 percent load...

    I'm shooting for 12k to 16k daily next month.. and around 14k folding.. :toast: not much but better than what I'm doing now. :toast:
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  12. Velvet Wafer

    Velvet Wafer New Member

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    1. Where did you get those amount of rigs?:)

    2. how much money do you pay for energy, each month?;)


    i wish i could afford that :D
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  13. Mindweaver

    Mindweaver Moderato®™ Staff Member

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    I've held many roles in Information technology the past 15 years... tech support, Network admin, Security Admin, ERP, DBA, IT analyst, and the past 6 of those 15 IT Manager... So, some of the pc's are at different companies I manage, and others at home.

    I've always crunched, just under different names with different company's.. Last year was the first year I started crunching under a name I created.. Before that the company I was with crunched for overclockers.com with SETI Team... but that was the prior IT Managers name, and team I just used that.. not his name, but one the IT department came up with, and I didn't feel it was right to change it... but enough about me.. hehehe.. I know boring..lol

    Oh and now here I am crunching, and folding with you all :toast: and I don't plan to change teams or names! :toast: to my new home!
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    Cheers to you bro :toast:
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    Velvet Wafer New Member

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    you all wanted me to do this.....

    here you can see what life your little proc will have,bog;)

    EVIDENCE::D

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    Mijn bewerkerleven is kort! ...lol
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    Velvet Wafer New Member

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    um... what should that mean?:D

    youre dutch?^^ hello neighbor;-)
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    p_o_s is putty up some nice little numbers :) Don't know what you upgraded to or added but congrats!
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    Yep ~ Have to agree! Nice steady increase in daily numbers:toast:
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    Velvet Wafer New Member

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    he added a PH 1 a few days ago, plus he already aquired a bunch of normal crunchers;)
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  21. p_o_s_pc

    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    not just a P1 but also another X2 @3ghz and a Celeron D @3.3ghz :D

    an update of whats crunching
    phenom X4
    3 X2s
    1 AXP
    1 p4
    1 p4HT

    I really hope to add more.This is addicting. Thanks guys for the comments :toast:
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  22. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Addicting is the perfect word to describe crunching. Good job POS, you got a little crunching arsenal going man :toast:
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    Welcome barbaricsoul!

    Whats under the hood? 6 i7's eh eh? ;)
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    Well I'm back crunching, I had problems with my processor and had to RMA it. The good news is that with my new one I was able to unlock it into a quad core and I am running it at 3.54Ghz ATM, and still going higher, so I'm getting some pretty good points with it now. My main rig crunches 24/7, with the occasional downtime to test an OC, and I set up my older X2 to crunch 24/7/365 at 3Ghz, I would go higher but I have to use the stock heatsink from my 720 on it, which is a tiny piece of aluminum with a fan attached to it :laugh:, so it will get too hot if I go any higher with it.

    I hope my average will be at least 2000 points a day with both rigs crunching. Well it was today and I'm pretty happy with that as my main rig was down for a little bit so my points would probably be higher if it wasn't for that!
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    im on my way to 3000 a day... but for this task, i will need another rig!;) i may take some time... but on the 31. december, i want to crunch with (possibilities;)) :

    1x 955 @3.85 24/7 (95-100%)

    1xQ6600 @3.8-4 24/7 (95-100%)

    1x 255 @3.8-4 24/7 (100%)
    or
    1x X2 5000+ @3.4 24/7 (100%)

    4xE 5200@ 3.7-4 24/7 (100%)
    so far the ones that i plan to own. random-result-rigs are/will be:
    1x 255 @ 3.5-3.7 8-16/7 (90%)

    1x X2 4200+ @ 2.8-3.0 24/7 (90%)

    1xP4 @ 2ghz 24/7 (90%,Laptop)

    1xXP 2800+ @2.25 12/7 (90%)

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