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

  1. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don

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    you go find your dad bro, and be with him.

    dont think about us,
     
  2. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    ^^x2 Best of luck bro, this is really really serious. Dude, i'll PM you my number if possible give me a call and let me know when things calm down, I can inform the boys here. :toast:
     
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    Found him. Nurse says he's okay but needs to sleep it off, I'll be going in tomorrow to see him, as I currently live 20 miles away and visiting hours are over.
     
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    thats good news bud, let us know if there is anything we can do :)
     
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    If someone could cure schizophrenia, that would be nice...
     
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    :( sadly no :(

    its a really mean thing
     
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    Yeah. I'm just glad he's doing okay.
     
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    I've been there before, bro. It's not a fun place to be. I hope everything works out for you and your dad.
     
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    Great news Randal, please keep us posted, you got my number bro. :toast:
     
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    my ppd gonna be lil low, my 2nd rig keep getting blue screen with hardware failure error :banghead: gonna figure out wats wrong this weekend
     
  11. (FIH) The Don

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    Good luck man :toast:
     
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    I lost my little brother's wife because she took her own life. I hope you can help you're dad and I'm glad that he has friends that care enough to tell you.
     
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    Checked my dad out of the hospital today, turns out it wasn't a suicide attempt, he just doubled up on his meds by accident!:banghead:

    I'm just glad he's okay.
     
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    That's a relief! Was there anything he could do to keep better track of what he has taken and what not? Glad everything is looking OK :toast:
     
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    Yeah, going to get him AM/PM boxes again, he broke his old one and didn't have time to get a new one. :ohwell:
     
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    im so glad hes okay Randal :toast:

    i actually shed a tear yesterday, thinking of Stanhemi, your dad and so on, what a crappy world

    but its a little better now :)
     
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    I need some feedback guys. I am putting out on average, 3,365 PPD. does this seem ok?

    Both of my rigs are default clocks and have a card folding with it so I know that hinders the crunching slightly, and the X6 is my main rig so every now and then I'll stop both activities to game or what not. Info on rigs is in my siggy.
     
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    Just catching up with everything. Glad to hear your pops is good Randal. My dad is kinda in the same boat. His short term memory is shot due to his brain cancer and treatments. So when he forgets to take his med's it throws him into seizures and really starts a downhill slide quickly. Those AM/PM boxes really help with this problem.
     
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    think its seems pretty good

    if i crunch very hard i can do 2000 a day or so,

    so you're doin just fine imo :toast:
     
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    Yeah I think it's ok considering they might stop an hour or so a day, at least the X6 would when I game or what not.


    ...and stock clocks for everything CPU's and cards to help with temps this way I under volt them. :)
     
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    i think your doing ok. I crunch on the i7@3.6ghz and crunch about 18hours a day. I also use it all the time and fold on it from time to time I get about 2.5k so i would say that is about right :toast:

    btw i maybe running at 3.6ghz but i still have it undervolted slightly(@1.16v ATM and stock for my chip is 1.2v)
     
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    Yeah that's awesome, gotta love Intel when it comes to under volting. I ran my i7 at 3.8 GHz 1.18v, default was like 1.22v or something like that.
     
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    that is one thing i like about the newer intel chips. They don't seem to be voltage hungry like AMD but i still can't hate on AMD :)
     
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