Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.
Hex cores an i7s are the way to go!
If you've got the money...
yea when winter comes I'll start folding my GTX285 again.
I will be replacing my x2 later down the road with another six core, welcome to the all x6 club
I am just adding and adding, and the heat gets worse by the day, I'm effin' nuts!
Yeah I know, I meant GPU folding and having to use an 8k series or newer NV GPU in order to be effective. If one were to fold on some CPU's, how many points would you need to get a folding badge?
i don't remember 100k?
How's my sig looking?
Last rig will be up tomorrow, getting late and I need to install windows and stuff, I'll do it tomorrow with time.
Here are some pics of the 3rd rig and last 8800 for folding. Ready to go:
Way to build up the cruncing farm again
isnt that mb overkill for crunching lol XD
but nice no matter what
CP, I'll trade you my ASRock board + cash for that Gigabyte board.
Thanks bro, this will soon be a X6
Never an over kill
You and your deals PM the details if you really want to, I'll consider it
That looks awesome CP!
I love that tech bench! And those Zalman coolers!
It'll be especially sweet with another X6
And I spy another slot for another folding card
Is the GX2 folding yet?
@ CP Love that MB I have one myself with a 1055t and a 5870 it's my main rig. going to flash the bios from f8h to f8k soon and then try for better overclock, I hope f8k is better than f8h because I hate that beta.
Ion, would be very sweet with a x6. The GX2 is folding as of last night!
Very sweet board indeed, I love it.
Dammit, the HDD on my 3rd cruncher is bad, keeps clicking on and off. F**K! I wanted to get it up today
I'd offer you a spare 12GB one but I'm 850 miles away from it
let me get out the old 40 or 60gb (don't remember what it is) and if it works i will send it to you for the cost of a small flat rate box(like 5 bucks)
Well, I've been offered a (minimalist) custom loop as a straight trade for my H50, so I think my i7 will be seeing water shortly.
This is what it looks like ATM:
If I get it, I'll probably replace the rad with a 240. Any suggestions POS?
if your looking for cheap then
Swiftech MCR220-QP Liquid Cooler Radiator
if you got some money to spend then
also i would get a res while your at it.
Cheap is nice
I'll probably get the MCR220-QP because I've heard good things about swiftech. Any suggestions for a res? Which one do you have?
a cheap good res and the once i have is the Swiftech micro res v2
here is a nice one if you have a floppy drive bay
the thing about a res is you can pick almost any res that you like and still work fine. aslong as they don't have anything that reduces the flow or size to a smaller size then it shouldn't hurt temps at all.
as for the Swiftech MCR220 it cooled my i7 all on it's own before and temps weren't bad.
I also would recommend some Yate loon medium speed fans for the rad if you get it. There quiet and cheap also move a fair amount of air.There isn't any need for the 38mm fans with the low FPI of the mcr220
yate loons i was talking about http://www.xoxide.com/yate-loon-mediumspeed-120.html
No FDD bay, that's where I keep the HDD (HDD cage removed)
Looks like I'm going to get this kit and then instantly need to invest another $70 in it :shadedshu
Still a pretty good deal I guess
Do you think that pump is powerful enough to run both rads? And do you think it would help any?
it's the same pump that ran my mcr220 and HW labs 140
Just registered for this forum, not sure how to ask a question . Can you help me?
So do you think the 2nd rad would help much?
Go to the appropriate sub-forum for your question, and click on "new thread"
If you want to try WCG (and I'd appreciate it if you did), check out the link in my sig
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