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

  1. mjkmike

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    also with new cruncher news. I finally got a 1055t and a new 880gm-ud2h.
    will be putting the t in main rig and giving the 955 a new home in the 880gm.
    My numbers will be down for a bit but will go up after.
    the i7 930 stays as she is crunching for stan.
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Awesome!
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Great news. Whether for stan or not, it's still for TPU :rockout:
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    Just competed my permanent transition over to ubuntu, been running on it for a few days and have everything set up the way i want it, got bionic downloaded again and im now crunching away :toast: Its been awhile but im finally at a point where im comfortable leaving my pc on 24/7 so should actually be able to help out from now on :eek:
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    Move to Alaska and keep the windows open:laugh:
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    can someone run me through how to set them up on GPU's? im not a crunch guy so anything other than install set to 100% is a bit new to me.
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Well, WCG doesn't support GPUs, however, if you check out the link in my sig, it contains everything you'll need to get WCG set up on your CPU(s)

    Also, what's this?
    [​IMG]
    37c full load after 20 minutes of WCG :eek::eek: Ambients are currently about 68f :cool:
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    @ION, What's wrong with the temps?, looks good too me.
    You're only at 1.337v and 3.4GHz.
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    guess the H50 works pretty well after all;)
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Well, I'm excited by how low they were, it's a good 13c drop from last night (and I'm actually at 1.27v, CoreTemp reports it wrong). Nothing wrong :cool:
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    1.337 volt any1?
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    sounds like it is time to play.:)
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    So Ion I'd loving the H50 afterall :laugh:
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    With my WCing loop(that cost much more then a H50) only running 1 fan on the 120.2 rad and 1 fan on the 140.1 i am running 50c on the i7@3ghz@1.15v (hot little fucker isn't it)
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    What's up with all this water? 4 GHz on a D0 i920 and 55 C max on air, 100 % crunch. It's stil a bit to the cold side in Denmark ;)

    That aside that is some impressive low temps ION.
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    Does anyone know what affects stability for the Human Proteome Folding - Phase 2 project?

    My i7 @ stock is having loads of errors compared to my Q9550 @ 3.8. Meanwhile the Q8400 @ 3.2 has never had a single error :confused:

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    i didn't know that. Thanks for letting me know... All the more reason to build a 2nd loop and water cool everything.

    btw if anyone was wondering why i backed down from 3.9ghz its because i redid my WCing loop and haven't put all the fans back in yet and i am waiting on my new PSU(this one is giving me hell when overclocked)
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    As far as I have read then some OC'ed rigs have problems with HPF's. I used to have it on my i7 as well (4 GHz) and a few errors on my 4 GHz E8400 but none on my 3.6 GHz E8400. My i7 still have the same OC but new MB and when I do have errors then it's on all projects. The general advice has be to avoid them if they cause problems.
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    I'm talking about my Phenom though :p

    Same here man, one of my rigs is fine, one errors all WU's. If it errors I just disable that project.
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    Yeah think I'll have to assign a different profile without HPF-P2 for the i7. Just found it odd that OC'd computers are fine yet the stock one isn't :confused:

    Ah well... thanks anyways guys :toast:
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    Yes. HPF2 does not like x64 OSs, particularly Vista and 7. It errors out instantly on my X4 955 (Win7 Pro x64) and P8600 (Win7 Pro x64) and runs fine on my XP machines (E6550, Q6600, P4s). So setup device profiles to keep it away from x64 rigs, or don't run it at all
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    So I'm now at 3.6ghz...50c on the H50, admittedly with higher-than-average ambients (currently running Prime95). I'll let you guys know how this works out :)
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    How do find info about the chimp thing.
    Do the need help or the aok?
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