Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.
dully max bus speed
not bad,especially like the ht^^
you ever encountered big problems with it?
in my whole time of overclocking, the ht treated me best
never had a problem folded at that speed passed 8hrs of otrhos at that speed. I didn't save any SS's of it on photobucket so i don't have them anymore
btw running the x2 4200+@3ghz(10x300) right now so far rock solid
shouldnt bring you problems
my biostar randomly BSOD when running the same settings(but ram was running faster) I think i didn't get the best board. Seems everyone is getting so much higher then me. I know its not the chip as i have used a 4850e,5000BE,4200,9100e.the 4850e ran 290x10.5 stable(ran 340x10 suicide run on gigabyte 320x10 stable)
5kBE 290x10 stable(runs 320x10 on gigabyte)
4200 known to be stable at 300x10 run 276x10 on biostar
9100e 274 stable 275 BSOD then hard crash
my biostar was fine for am2 procs.
to not say:
which revision do you own?
does this tell you
guys, i7 has not crunched all day. Currently running some HDD tests and stuf to determine if its the HDD giving me the issues that I have. So far it has found some errors. I'll keep you'll posted.
the revision number is printed directly on the board, under the a2+ of the name, between the first pcie slot and the nb
i can't tell you then bro as that area is blocked by the CPU cooler and video card.(CPU cooler almost touches back of card) i will look after i am done eating but i won't takeout a card
you got a new revision, i had to destroy 2 boards to get that, so it should be alright and not prone to dying, like the first 2 revisions
does that mean i shouldn't worry about replacing it yet?
not by death,not by an am2 proc. the other 2 boards made it 3-5 months each. i used this one for over a year now
you hate your clear cmos jumper, and your battery,right?^^ Rams are also damn near the cooler
i plan to drop a X2 240 in it soon and clock it up. Then around Xmas(if i have the $$$) get a good board and DDR3 then later pickup a quad
To get the the battery and cmos jumper i have to take out BOTH cards(both of them are using battle axe so they take up alot of space
cool the vrms over 1.35, if everything fails, simply hack,drill and saw a non compatible cooler in form, thats what i will do tomorrow ;-) have cleaned the board a few min ago,and i am looking at it atm
you could use enzotech copper sinks, but these you would have to glue with arctic adhesive
one day, i will build something, that allows me to reset my bios on button press
would any of these heatsinks work?
what about this one
idk about the second one, but look:
these one should fit. very short, and the only one that got straight holes
otherwise, the small pins should be glueable
i have been looking at that one myself but i think its too short. Do you have your biostar out of a case? If so could you measure the distance between the holes
of course i have, seems to be exact 8 centimeter
these would fit lenghtwise.
My Q9550 @ 3.4 put up a respectable 2800 Boinc yesterday Im sure that includes some carry over, anxious to see what the new average for this rig is with its OC!
I have this in mind or to say it more accurate all over my mind:
Looks good, that's almost 2x what I get on my Q9400 most days (I usually get about 1.6K). I would guess your average would be about 2100 PPD (I have found that for Penryn CPUs, they get about 1.1 WCG credits per mhz per core. So you would get 11 * 3400 * 4 /7 (to get it into BOINC points), so 2137 PPD. Of course, some days will be higher/lower depending WUs carrying over or not). With Windows x64 (vs x86), increase my estimates by about 10%.
Excellent. Im running Win7 Pro X64 as well I will keep an eye out on the averages and see how close you were
So far my points have actually gone down since switching to Win 7 Pro x64, presumably because the WUs are pending validation and I lost some in-progress WUs when I reinstalled.
How fast is crunching in Ubuntu?
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