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

  1. p_o_s_pc

    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    I am liking the way it looks so far. I already have higher numbers today then i have in along time and the day isn't over yet :) so when i add 2 more rigs to that(x2 5kBE@3ghz,E7200@whatever i can get) i should be coming close to you again...
    You could look at it like this... If you up your crunching power you will have new people to compete with and that will bring more threats and in turn will make you want to up your output even higher :laugh:
     
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    I'm estimating I should have ~4500 PPD once things settle down:
    ~1700 from the Q9400
    ~700 from the P8600
    ~1300 from the Q6600
    ~450 from the E6550
    ~150 per P4 Celeron
    ~175 from the Pentium M

    Good luck with OCing the E7200, let's see 1000 from it alone :toast::toast:
     
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    from what CP says 1k shouldn't be hard. he says he got around that at stock :eek:

    what would my rigs get
    X2 240@3.6ghz
    E1500@2.9ghz
    E7200@3.4ghz(thats what it has been tested stable at by JR)
    P4HT@3.94ghz
    X2 5kBE@3ghz
    those are 24/7 rigs. The random cruncher will add alittle to it but not worth working into the numbers :laugh:
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    X2 240: 1000-1100
    E1500: 800
    E7200: 1000-1200
    P4HT: 450
    X2 5K BE: 700

    So it sounds like 3500-4000 for you :toast::toast:
    I would hate to imagine the power bill with all of those rigs running :( :p
     
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    I added two laptops to my stable crunching 24/7ish, lol.
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    :eek: damn bro serious crunching powah!!!!!
     
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    Laptops are decent crunchers, I have 2 dedicated laptop crunchers:
    --Pentium M 1.4
    --Core 2 Duo P8600 (2.4ghz)
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Yeah, but he has a couple of rigs plus some laptops :toast:
     
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    i would be a bigger thread, if i had more strong cores...:eek:
     
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    What do you have crunching?
     
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    I will give you a hint...~$300 is a normal bill around here.. Keep in mind i also have 3 8800GT's 1 8800GTS and will have 1 GTX260 folding :eek: but i'm not paying the bill so i don't care :p atleast i don't have to worry about heat in my room..(its alittle cold in here ATM because the GPUS are running 1888pt WUs and the Athlon II runs alot cooler then the 1st Athlon)
     
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    one Q9550, a 955, a 3800+, a 5000+, 2 atom 270 netbooks,an e6750,sometimes an e4500
    but not everything full time, only the first 3;)
     
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    Well, I got a new PSU (thanks Buck Nasty!), in particular the Corsair CX400w, so the issues I was having with the computer restarting due to not enough power should be solved as soon as it arrives
     
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    congrats


    @velvet If you still want a dual core for the Biostar board i HIGHLY recommend the X2 240 it clocks great runs cool and is alot faster then the old Athlons :toast:
     
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    Woot got the new server board, should have that all up and running if I get the new case on Friday. Had to get a new case, in the process I'm upgrading the storage to 9tb. So the wife says I can't spend for a month or two. So the AMD quad is now a pipe dream. So my current crunchers are:

    t42 - pm 1.8ghz
    t61 - t7100 1.8ghz
    e7200 @ 2.53ghz
    q6600 @ 3.2ghz
    q9550 @ 3.6ghz
    i7 920 @ 4ghz
    2x Xeon 5030 w/ht @ 2.66ghz

    ION, what's my PPD????
     
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    i though about that... especially because older athlons are not cheaper:laugh:
    sounds like the perfect crunching proc for its money!
    how are the temps with oc? (how are the volts, how good does it undervolt?):)
     
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    Pentium M: ~200
    T61: ~500
    E7200: ~775
    Q6600: ~1800
    Q9550: ~2250
    i7: most people tend to get ~4200-4400 at these speeds
    2x Xeon 5030 w/HT: my dad has a system with 2 of these @ 3ghz and he gets 1300 PPD from it, so I'll say ~1100 for you
     
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    Nice arsenal flak :D
     
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    temps have topped at 39c(under a Xigmatek HDT s1283) its running 3.6ghz@1.37v(in bios real volts 1.4v) stock voltage is 1.42v but i got it to run 1.2v at stock speeds. I have seen reviews that have got it to around 1.1v at stock speeds but it BSOD when i try.
    keep in mind it is on a old board (that doesn't officially support it :laugh:)

    IMO it has the best bang for the buck when it comes to dual core crunching CPUs.
    runs cool
    decent voltage(for AMD)
    45nm
    fast
    overclocks great(for an AMD :p)
    low price point

    what more could you ask for in a chip with its price?


    BTW the 5kBE@3ghz@1.37v ran ~50c crunching.The old x2 4600+(90nm) ran about 48c@2.5ghz@1.27v :eek: if you notice the chips keep getting cooler and faster :)
     
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    should be easy, to get it to decent clocks in no time. the biostar is relatively nice for dual cores, may the 4 be in my reach:laugh:!
    i will buy it after christmas,i believe;)
     
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    That's awesome, makes me want to pick up an X2 just for crunching :toast::toast:
    But no moneys :(
    At least I have a PSU so I won't have any more stability issues
     
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    Hello World!

    Been reading this forum for a few years, and finally decided to join and get crunching! :rockout:
     
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    Awesome, I estimate ~2700-2800 PPD from the rig in your specs! :toast::toast::toast:
     
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    Welcome to the team!
     
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    Welcome aboard:toast:
     
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