Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.
Looks good Tim, but how's a 120x1 rad doing on an OCed i7?
its a 140x1 rad its not all that bad keeping it at firstname.lastname@example.org around 67c max but right now its showing 63c. So slightly worse then the 120x2 that i was using(will be adding the 120x2 when i get the barbs)
Love that show. Thats some funny shit there.
Well, that's not bad then for an i7...I wouldn't let my X4 get that hot but I guess i7s are different
yeah me to
he is always funny and dont give a shit about anything haha
well the i7 can easily take 80c load, without being harmed
Well, the ATT Tech just left, he was very generous and nice to replace my modem with a ATT router. I mean their stuff might not be the best, but he hooked it up for free so both rigs have reported and crunching
This is just my AMD rig
Fat crunching powa!
That's cool they gave you a free router/modem deal.
WTF is going on here?
Maybe it stacked two packets?
Its at 120% now. Maybe its a top secret I have to kill you now that you have seen it one.
Yeah when this updates I should have a slice of pie I would think
Bro, back down your clocks bro, going to fast for WCG
Must have more speed. It was at 4.25GHz (without bionic running).
Only thing I can think of is it didnt read the finish time right and is actually not finished yet. Its at 145% now. Should I let it crunch, or abort it and go to the next one?
Sometimes this just happens, I'd abort it, I've found that WUs that go past 100% you generally get no credit for (they are deemed invalid by WCG)
Good piece of info there, wonder how many people let it finish and get no credit for it
Aborted. That was a waist of cpu time. :shadedshu
Def some good info there. I just looked at my WCG Manager and it shows that I have 2 DD Together Part 2 WUs that are due soon- already given 36hours to them they have about 22 hours left and 28hrs to deadline Should finish though- Im just glad the electricity is back working!
Thats a whole lot of cpu time there.
Wow, that's a long time! I got two or three of those on the Q6600 and they each took ~50 hours of CPU time
Sure is. Blk, is the CPU that ran that WU over 100% stability tested? I never had one go over like that and would like to keep it that way!
Ion- yeah thats a looooong time for it to be running. I would think it would be a little faster on my i7 too, no? Must be worth a lot of points as well.
Its been stability tested many times, and has been crunching at that speed for about a week now. First one that I have gotten like that.
I got ~650 points each
What the heck???
Work won't upload and I am only crunching on two projects meaning 1/2 of the CPU is not doing anything
Well that's bullshit. Have you tried rebooting, and/or clicking on a WU and manually selecting "retry now"?
Restart seems to have done it
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