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

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    @velevet edit your post please no talk of illegal software
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    very sad that such talk is forbidden here:D

    Herr Mindweaver, haben sie auch etwas auf Deutsch?^^
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    Schon wieder? Haben sie zu sehr dem Schnaps zugesprochen?:D
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    how long of linpack should i run before i consider it stable and start crunching again?

    btw cheap TIM is better then no TIM. Before load was 64c without any with it 57c max on linpack
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    I would say 2 hours, but less would probably be fine (maybe an hour). LinPack is far more stressful than P95, which I usually let run for 8-12 hours
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    most of the time i let it go for about ~1hr sometimes more then run wprime super PI 3dmark furmark. (i know some of them stress Gpu more then CPU) just to make sure everything is stable. I think i will let it run 1hr then run orthos for 30mins just so it gets tested under different stress levels
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    you could have used motor oil :laugh:

    run it 1-2 hours with 1-2 memtests, allocate the most memory to the memtests,they find memory errors far better than linpak,so its more useful when stressing the gpu (low amount of memory);)

    was für welchen denn Herr Mindweaver?^^
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    not overclocking the ram at all its underclocked so that won't be a problem area
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    so run it with low memory either ;-) stresses cpu more

    EDIT:[​IMG]

    i love whiskey too^^

    my test just completed,have a look ;-)

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    here is my final overclock.I think i could do better but i stop at 3ghz on these chips
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    naw come on!^^ give him one more, i hate uncomplete clocks:laugh:

    where did your patriots went? :)
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    main rig :p i can only go up 2mhz at a time with the gigabyte

    btw here is main rig http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=789591
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    seems that yout specs are a little outdated,eh?:p
    ah, i know that from the gigabyte of a friend!
    fucking nvidia chipsets :D!

    EDIT: have you tried to achieve 300+ htt with this board and this proc? i could! ;-) 380-390 i maxed out :D
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    updated specs :toast:

    what board and what cpu?
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    ah sry i got you wrong.^^
    i made the high htt with the biostar, my apologies;)
    the gigabyte crapped out at 290

    so far things look good. push it a little more :D
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    don't want to push any higher I just want to let it crunch. I have maxed out the gigabyte board before if you would like i will dig up the screen shots

    the gigabyte board is a hell of a clocker can get higher HT speeds then the biostar can but not by vary much.Still impressive for a 3 year old ~$70 board
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    your proc is probably as old,if not older.;) so it fits.

    i just looked,
    my 939 cruncher does from 800 up to 1100ppd, awesome!:D
    it just has 2.9ghz, but its L2 caches are like 30% faster than that of a g2. i have proof:D

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