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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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    which AMD chip did you kill?

    also i had to lower the FSB 2mhz because it errored but only 13min left and it will be 1hr of running Linpack then i move on to 2hrs of OCCT(normal OCCT CPU) and 30 passes of Intel burn test and possibly Wprime stability test
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    which socket?:D
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    loving these cool temps
    X2 240@3.6ghz on xiggy s1283
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    X2 5kBE@2.8ghz on stock AMD heatsink with heat pipes
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    E7200@3.5ish on Tt V1 (errored on Wprime at 3.6ghz so set back to known stable clocks for now)
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    E1500@2.8ish on Rosewill fort120 with fan control on
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    EDIT:I am very happy with my numbers for today. I wasn't at full force because i was overclocking the E7200 and switching back to XP on the X2 240.So the only 24/7 rig that didn't have any down time was the 5kBE
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  4. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    AM2+, it was Phenom 9850. Golden chip too! :cry:
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    Huh? Ok Mindweaver whatever you say? :confused: :rolleyes: :p

    Edit: I've had a couple more hours of sleep.. :p I would only use the ap if the pc's were in different rooms. I'm going back to bed... hehehe
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    I've confirmed the health of my Athlon XP 2200+ and it is fully enlisted in service, however it's also host to my phone (magic jack) so I may have to cut it from the WCG workforce if it's going to make the phone shitty.
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    ... well i'm off on a 2.5 hours trip to pick up my younger brother and sister.. I'm 35 and they are 14 and 15.. my dad thinks he is in his 30's!... Oh and then we are driving back here. Is it me or does the trip coming home feel shorter?... lol wow all together 5 hours of driving and no beach! lol I feel cheated..lol

    Oh and guess what? I'm leaving my farm on! :roll:
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    Have a safe trip mind, and yes the drive back home does seem shorter for some reason.:)
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    good news i am going to be upgrading one of my crunchers. I am going to replace the X2 5kBE with the X2 240 and replace the X2 240 with a X2 5000+ 45nm and try to unlock it. If it doesn't unlock then i will just put it in place of the 5kBE

    So what this means
    Possible quad core
    higher 24/7 clocks and better clock for clock
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    here my new 24/7 clock ambient room temps 20-21c
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    good going stanhemi, you've been pumping out some great #'s so far bro :)
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    wish i had a chip that would run 4ghz 24/7 :ohwell: nice clock on that quad

    i hope today's numbers for me will be better.They should be because none of the rigs have had any down time.
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    those look like really good temps. you using a full water cooling setup on that?

    thought i'd take the opportunity to ask for a heads up on how my one is looking for 24/7?
    I'm getting a little paranoid that I may need to get some better fans on my rig.

    (System in specs)
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    is this your load or idle temps ?and yes i'm using a full water cooling setup on that (2x240mm rad) :)

    edit:hw monitor gives me 10c too high for me. I use only REALTEMP:D
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    oops, should have said! yeah they're the load temps. those are for the 24/7 week long crunching at 100% cpu usage with the odd couple of hours here and there of gaming and movies.
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    I don't think that is bad at all. My X2 240@3.6ghz is running 26c right now crunching all day long :D seen it touch 30c at the highest. I love how cool these chips run :D
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    :eek: that's quite something! I've always been using computers as a double-use heater/pc

    EDIT: @stanhemi = my realtemp and hwmon temps are exactly the same. only coretemp seems to think they're 5C more
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    I am running 4 rigs in 1 room ATM soon to be 6 so i don't worry about heaters at all :laugh:

    EDIT:here are all of my temps as of lastnight they are all about the same.+/- 2c
    http://forums.techpowerup.com/showpost.php?p=1691009&postcount=5703
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    :laugh:

    i'm soon getting a new rig just for crunching: Q8400 in a Sugo SG02-F, something tells me it will be like a small blast-furnace
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    I'm back guys! :toast:
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