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TPU's WCG/BOINC Team

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

  1. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don

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    i might end up just plugging a IDE drive in it, its only for crunching
    nothing else

    this SCSI seems to be a pain in the ass

    might get a cheap sata controller for pci instead
     
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    Yo bro, my IBM 1U 2x Dualcore xeons 2.8Ghz give me around 850 Boinc points a day. I picked it up from geeks for around 170 with out drives. I've had it crunching strong for around 2 years now. It should have a big day coming up.. I notice the other day it hadden returned work for a few days. So, i vnc'ed to it and for some reason it had around 20 completed jobs.. :eek: I guess during a power outage it lost connection.. I restarted boinc and it's working now! :toast:

    @Team TPU
    Looks like my powersupply for my Q9550 is fine. :toast: The NB over heating seems to have been the problem.. I took a NB fan off a SOYO NF2 mother board and have it on my ASUS P45! :toast: Doesn't look bad.. hehehe i'll take some picks and post later. :rockout:
     
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    Never say its only for crunching:wtf:
     
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    The 955 is now crunching for the team.
    That puts me at 26 threads and I love them all.

    #1 1055T ON gig 790fxt
    #2 I7930 ON gig X58A-UD3R
    #3 1090T ON gig 880GM-UD2h
    #4 955blk on Asus M4A785-M
    #5 HP media with 5600 so that's two 2.8

    Crunch on and Crunch Hard:toast:
     
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    Kickass bro! :toast:
     
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  6. (FIH) The Don

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    homm it isnt much, but ill see how much mine will spit out in a few days:rockout:


    lol okay sorry then ;) but this one wont be able to do more than that imo:D
    it will serve its last time for the cause:pimp:

    and, thats a whole lotta threads you got pumping there, :respect::respect:
     
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    Thanks bro :toast:


    Don, that looks like a sweet setup.
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    I guess I'm a bit late to the party....but happy birthday CP!
     
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    yeah i think they are,

    and it doesnt even make any big noise or anything, so i might as well have it running:)
     
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    Thanks dude.
     
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    Oh shit! That's right! Happy Birthday bro! :toast:
     
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    Thanks mind :)
     
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    Going of topic again.

    Happy fourth!:toast:
     
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    Thanks dude :toast:
     
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    I'm leaving going out of town to a 4th july party! I'll be back tomorrow! I'm leaving all the crunchers on! :toast: Happy 4th Team!
     
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    I has a quick question. Would this spare system I have sitting upstairs be worth crunching on, or would it output too little to matter?

     
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    dont think the heat would be worth it,
     
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    ^^This ^^I had a setup like that but was running 2.8ghz on the CPU and it still wasn't worth the noise/heat for the little output

    also i got the i7 back on water now. I got a nice 6c drop from lapping the block,replacing pump with a 655(AKA D4),replacing fans,replacing barbs and cleaning the block and flushing the rads. Still haven't going around to the 1/2" tube yet but that is my next step. Important thing is it is back crunching at 3.9ghz again :)
     
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    I think it all comes down to the power it will cost and the heat, If you can take the both go for it.

    Crunch hard:toast:
     
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    if i hadnt sold all me brand new 1/2" xspc tubing i would have given it to you for the shipping bro
     
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    thats would have been nice of you but it's ok. I'm not sure what kind of tubing i should get thinking about some PrimoFlex if i can find it in clear or red possibly white.
     
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    i had 2m of black and 2m of white:p

    i think white would be nice,
     
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    personally, then i would take the white.

    i think that it might be too much with the red too,

    but then again, its all up to you, its your rig, and youre the one to look at it everyday, so choose the one that YOU like:D and the one that you feel good about imo

    hope that helps a little
     
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    I find the mix of black and white to look really good so i may just go that way with things. the water going to the 1st rad black and then from the 1st rad to the 2nd rad white. from the 2nd rad to CPU black and from CPU to res white.
    What you think?
     
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