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TPU's WCG/BOINC Team

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

  1. Snipermonkey2

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    So one is running Ubuntu and the other rig has XP on it.

    The XP rig just started crunching but its going to take 9hr :banghead:

    Im waiting for the linux rig to finish up dating and see how she want
    to do.

    Edit: Linux box 8hrs
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    [Ion], Mindweaver and Solaris17 say thanks.
  2. Mindweaver

    Mindweaver Moderato®™ Staff Member

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    Jetzt ein deutscher Mann! :D Hehehe Guten Tag mein Freund wie ist Sie? :toast:
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    CP what's up bro! :toast: What do you have that QX @? Stock's 3ghz right?
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    Have to leave town for a couple days and no one to watch over my little garden.So i have decided to shut them down till i get back.:cry:
    Luckily enough though i have 8 pages of pending results to keep numbers up for a little while.At least enough to bump me over the half million mark.:D
    Happy crunchin all and i'll be back soon.:toast:
  5. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    yes sir. not a single rig in my house right now is overclocked. They are all at stock, even the i7. I only overclock the i7, but it's on stock cooler, I just undervolted it :)
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    So my socket A rig with XP on it is taking so long to do a cycle i pulled it offline, I will be putting a linux install on it since my linux box is doing great with pretty much the same specs.
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    Absolute stability is better than the highest overclocks. That's what I tell myself about why I haven't OCed my rig (actual reason is it BSODs whenever I oc :( )
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    dont talk of stability.... i miss it.
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    great board a overclocking beast and one of the more stable boards out there...

    not sure about the ram but from what i have seen it is one of the better ones I would look into the Trident if its not much price difference
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    from what i have seen it overclocks nicely. maybe try looking for reviews on both of them

    EDIT the rippjaw seems to overclock better so if OCing headroom is what you value more then price then get the rippjaw. If your looking for fair-good OCing get the trident

    EDIT again
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    So it looks like the ripjaws overclock alittle better but thats about all...
    but then i found this so i'm confused
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    so this will make the perfect value am3 setup?:D
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    Cool, how are the temps in your room stock? I'm sure winter months will bring higher clocks. :rockout:

    A stable pc is a boring pc..lol :rockout:
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    hab das voll übersehen :D wie es mir geht? einigermassen. ich bin von meinem rechner gestresst

    im a stability freak, i need it :D
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    IMHO it will or atleast as close to perfect as possible
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    If my computers are even the slightest bit unstable, I go to great pains to ensure that stability is returned :rolleyes:
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    its ironic you guys are talking about stability i just recently overclocked my CPU higher. I forgot to change the multy. to 10x so its at stock 11x so it is running alot faster then i have tested stable on stock voltage and have yet to return a error in 3days of crunching and not even one crash in games or anything
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    Bess, Ihre Computer dann Spannung sich zu betonen. :toast:

    I like stability too, but i like to push my pc as well... hehehe People push them self all the time.. Why give your pc an easy life? hehehe :toast:
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    you even asked the g-skill suckers, so i dont have to do it:D
    many thanks!
    i believe i will buy this kit tomorrow;)
    a friend of mine owes me 100euro for "natural stuff", so i could finance the hd5850 also.nice:D

    If my rig crashes to often, i hit it on the top, i try to not let that happen :D

    then i am screaming: "DU MISSGEBURT! HURENSOHN! WILLST DU MICH EIGENDLICH VERARSCHEN?"
    not that kind of stuff you want to show you kids :p
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    wow hd5850! :respect:
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    sounds good bro hope you enjoy the setup :toast:
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    it must be better. i cant suffer another row of failures. this time it must run perfect.
    if i cant get the 4ghz stable,even with the monster rad i will surely flip out:D
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    Yea g-skill ram is not bad ram.. I've used them in builds for years. I'm using a set in my Q9550 rig now. After my dominator set crapped out on me.. hehehe
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    these fucking dominators. they only clock like mad, and time like shit. good for intel,bad for amd.
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    If it's not you can always submerge in mineral oil... :roll: I've seen your monster rad :eek:..lol Your right if that doesn't do it.. i don't know what will..lol :roll:
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