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

  1. Velvet Wafer

    Velvet Wafer New Member

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    best would be i had a strong pump to power it. i sadly dont have, but it doesnt even starve much on the thermaltake one 400 litres. problem are the many "butts" the rad has thru standing on the side. water ist streaming, but not bursting :D
     
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    What temps and volts? On the CPU?
     
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    the monster rad is cooling the 939 cruncher atm. im currently finishing my 2 week leak testing.;) on the 939 cruncher the temps are 50-60 on second core, the main on 45, the whole cpu also. if i take away the load, after 48h+ load duration, it will drop between 1-3 seconds to 32-35 degrees back.;) and to 25 on the main core and the cpu

    my 955 is using the swiftech 240 with magma push pull, 1.408-1.44 volts,maximum 45-50 degrees depending on what i try to achieve
     
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    Nice! What's the avg room temp?
     
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    about 18-22 degrees, not much;)
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Nice! With 20C ambients I run about 50C loaded on the Q9400 (stock speeds on GeminII), and 65C on the Pentium M.
     
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    at night, temps drop to 15 degrees and lower here in north germany, atm
    during winter, its easy to obtain a 10 degrees room temp,and lower. i only have to open 1 door and 2 windows:D
     
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    50-60 degrees with that rad?? erm... you mean in fahrenheit? that's avg temp for an air cooler if in celcius imo
     
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    I get 55c on a stock AMD cooler (the one with heatpipes) on my overclocked 4200+ so 50c-60 csucks with the big rad then
     
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    Appears Anovice is back? Welcome home! ;)

    Edit: HAh it looks like everybody moved down a spot! What a jerk!!
     
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    1.i use a Tt Block and a weak TT pump.
    2.i believe the Heatspreader is badly fitted, the other core is at 45 maximum, and whole cpu wont get warmer also. i have testet it with a 4200+ manchester e4 stepping,it reached 42 degrees max on both cores, and 35 degrees max core temp at the same voltage and setup. (the 3800+ is a toledo e6,much newer)
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    I was wondering why I went down a spot :mad:
     
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    Get a DD or heatkiller block and a stonger pump like a Swiftech 655(i think) i think you would see a great drop in temps :toast:
     
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    still pretty hot man. The QX is another heat monster bro.
     
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    its only a 939:rolleyes:
    if i had that much money to even fit custom WC on an old cruncher, i surely would have a phase change on my phenom;)
     
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    theonedub habe fidem

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    My new Q9550 is Crunching strong :D Just wanted to make sure it would pass its first ~48hrs without issue. I suppose soon I will see how high it will go on stock volts:)
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    keep us posted :toast:
     
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    Does anyone know why bionic continues to work even after I close the program? Running Windows 7 not in admin mode if that makes a difference. Didn't have this problem when running Vista in Admin mode

    The only way to stop it, is to set it to suspend manually. Is there a way to do this automatically?
     
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    theonedub habe fidem

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    I cant remember exactly but after the initial install there is a prompt or pop up that asks if you want to shut it down completely when closing the viewer or to have projects still run. Its been a minute but I think that option is there. :eek: Try uninstalling and reinstalling and looking for that prompt.


    I have a problem, my client is running Human Pro Folding WUs even though on WCG project manager online I have that particular project disabled. Any ideas? EDIT NM, reviewed my log and for whatever reason there were no WU of other projects avail, so it grabbed those Human Pro WUs.

    One other Q, I had edited the CC file to auto update once WU are complete, but it doesn't do it, tired using the file avail in the thread and it didn't work either, no big deal, but still.
     
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    need a very cheap quad (775) for crunching for my 3rd rig i got 680 lt mobo any suggestions?
     
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    :) When I leave, you will move back up a spot:D
    Rob
     
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    You have to go to Advanced-->Read config file ;)
     
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    Oh I did that alright, like 50x. Still no go, lol. Worked fine on my other install of Win7x64 not this time though, anything else I should try?
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    welcome back a novice :toast:
     
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    Thanks for the welcome. It’s just a short visit, this time, just to fill in while Mike is away
    Rob :toast:
     
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