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TPU's WCG/BOINC Team

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

  1. p_o_s_pc

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    did you take a look at my rig in my p-log or the your PC ATM thread?

    I don't think i can fit any more rads in this case. Maybe just a good tri-rad and 6 good fans :)
    Then use the rad i have now to get started on cooling one of the crunchers ;)
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    nah, that was a joke:D
    yeah, a tri rad would possibly fit, if its not to thick:)
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    A little update on the Dengue drugs project. Got a second one on the Q9550, seems to have a different WU name, was much faster to complete too.

    [​IMG]
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    Got my first DDDTp2 on my Phenom, here is a capture:

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    Huge WU!
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    Just hit 190k points =)


    Kiex are you still considering doing the may folding challenge?
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    Good job :toast:
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    I also got one of the big WU's
    [​IMG]
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    TPU Passed 75,000,000 yesterday:D and Hammeron hit 2mil:toast: keep up the good work guys:D
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    The last update says that 28 of these WU has been returned. The average runtime has been 33 hours and the yield has been 507 BOINC / WU and 18.2 per hour. Looking foreward to bench on one off my rigs.

    I decommisioned my two laptops (550 and 140 PPD). The temperatures and PPD/W are no longer acceptable. The 1150 PPD server is next in line. Looking forward to getting my X58 mobo back from RMA so I can catch up on the decline in production.
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    GREAT JOB EVERYONE
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    Crunching challenge, yeah... I been quite busy (good type) these few days. Hoping I have some free time tomorrow and get things on track.
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    anyone have some input on this board
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813153125

    I am thinking of getting it and putting a AII X4 630 in it and overclocking it to replace my Pentium D rig when the cap blows (shouldn't be long and will give me a chance to save up)
    The reason i am thinking of this board is so i can use DDR2 ram that is in the Pentium D or that i have laying around so i can save some $$
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    Looks like a good board to me, seems to have some good reviews too.
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    Ive personally never owned that brand. I can however recommend you this board http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813138146 Same spec's and a rock solid board. I have thrown everything from a 940BE to a Phenom II 955 at it, its never flinched. Its currently running an Athlon II X2 250 regor @ 3.7GHz crunching 100%. Good damn board IMHO. :toast:
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    i remember a biostar board....:laugh:
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    Looks pretty good, although I've never been particularly fond of Jetway(issues with a past Jetway mobo & poor customer service), I prefer Gigabyte, Asus, & Biostar.
    What about the Biostar TA790GXE?
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    look at hogans link, my beloved co-cruncher!;):D
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    thanks for your input but i WILL NOT touch another Biostar 790GX board. I had the one that ion and BLK both linked and was not happy with it and was not impressed when it just burnt its self out for no reason.Other then that it was buggy as hell and could never get the same clocks twice also sometimes it would hang in the bios...

    Looks like the MSI 785 or the Jetway 790gx
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    The MSI is solid for what it is, I have that exact one. It runs my Athlon II X4 630 @ 3.36ghz. I wish MSI would update the BIOS on it though to accept 965 C3 CPUs.

    The boss wants a laptop, so I will be selling my WCG1 rig off and probably parting out my Athlon II if it doesnt sell local. Keep an eye out for it guys :D
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    can the MSI board get the AII higher then that? I am wanting atleast 3.6ghz out of it.
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    I wouldn't call myself an expert AMD overclocker at all. All I did was up the bus speed and adjust the HT multiplier. I kept the HT and RAM as close to stock as possible and it is on stock Vcore as well. So I imagine it can take it higher. Would probably be a good idea to fab up some heatsink for the mosfets on the board as well though if it is a 24/7 rig.
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    could you send me the dementions of the mosfet area with a closeup of it so i can see what i would have to work with?

    I'm sure with knowing what i do about AMD clocking i could pull off 3.5-3.6ghz then :)
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6Hf6d404QY
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