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TPU's WCG/BOINC Team

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

  1. Paulieg

    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    For those of you who are running i7 rigs, what kind of temps are you getting on full load. I'm getting high 50's at 3.8ghz. I'm wondering if that's about right?? I'm amazed sometimes how hot these chips are.
     
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    I don't have an i7 up and running yet, (still need mb) but from what I've seen your temps are very good. Most are in the 70's.
     
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    That's pretty low. I am averaging 64C loaded at 2.8
     
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    Well, it helps that my workshop is in an unheated garage. :laugh: Oh, and I'm only running at 70%.
     
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    Very modest of you Cyber.

    This config over my place I will be KING :respect:

    I mean the blue blood already going to purple :laugh:
     
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    Heh...well It's the only parts I had left...I've been selling everything. But the QX9650 is such a beast I couldn't let it go. The mobo has some damage but still clocks like a mofo.


    Regarding i7 temps
    I am planning to LC the boy's i7 pretty soon. I just need to make a quiet cooler. Something like that Water Board to set his case on.
     
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    Mine also at 2.9 is getting low 60's on a full load.
     
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    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    Well, I guess I'm happy then. I think the DO I have coming Wednesday will be even a bit cooler, so I can clock it higher and crunch, crunch, crunch. This is getting really addicting. I'm already making plans to add another i7 rig to the mix next month. :D
     
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    FordGT90Concept "I go fast!1!11!1!"

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    Mine, under load, is 81-83C. It can occassionally hit 85C but hasn't hit 90C yet. Stock HSF and clocks (HT on, Turbo on).
     
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    :eek: You're braver than me man. With these chips, it's water or nothing, considering the way I abuse my cpu.
     
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    I know I'm not Intel but with my 9850BE and rated max temp of 61°C I'm pushing it. I actually reduced my OC cuz I was getting 4 errors out of 10 returned results...I want to be more reliable for my team. I hope these new settings yield better validations. I hoped this has helped someone. :)

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    I wouldnt buy an i7 even if I had the money for one just because of how hot the chips get. Its like a B3 Q6600 but worse.
     
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    FordGT90Concept "I go fast!1!11!1!"

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    The D0 revision apparently run much cooler. Even still, it is 100% stable at 80-85C for ~16 hours.
     
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    My i920 max temps is 70 under full load 24/7 running @ 3.8GHz. It's now been crunching for over 84 hours. When I get around to upgrading the water cooling my temps will go down and clocks higher.
     
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    The D0 revision is looking just like the E0 revision in terms of lower temps and better clocking. I'm trying to sell a bunch of gear so I can build one on the DFI JR.
     
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    i been running i7 @ 4.3ghz and seeing 80-107c max
     
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    is there a Tjunct on these chips? How hot can they get before they just disintegrate?!

    Oh Yay! My p4 is finally posting some numbers on WCG!! Yay! Sending mobo in tomorrow on main... hopefully ASUS is fast with RMA.
     
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    Fits you mised your calling man. You should be involved with Destruction Testing.
     
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    Fitseries3 Eleet Hardware Junkie

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    where do i sign up?

    CD you sure have you sale on man. thats a lot of stuff you got going.

    i think im going to sell everything and start over
     
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    Ya I saw that, WELCOME ABOARD Duxx...Catch me if you can....:roll: jj.

    I'm not even close to havinfg that much hardware to fall back on!!!!

    I'd buy that for a dolla!!!
     
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    I did that. Only 775 2 quads left and those will be replaced by i7 soon.
     
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    Throw hardware at me...I'll make sure to wet my hair, take my socks off and catch!! :roll:

    I'll pay for shipping...donations accepted!!! :rockout:
     
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    My AMD 955 should be crunching away on phase some time tomorrow night(after clocking her to death(if she survives lol) )

    I HOPE to get a stable 4.5Ghz(Cew on XS says it's a pipe dream when I don't think it is! lol)


    I wonder who has crunched on LN2:p
     
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    I've got a buttload of gear...but you know how it is. No one has money.

    I've got PA160 PA120.2 PA 120.3 MCR320 and GTX240 rads just sitting there. 3 MCP655 Pumps. 5 Fuzions. 2 EK 150 reservoir. More fittings than I really want to know about...

    But every time I sell something I just end up buying it again :D. One nice thing about top end LC gear is that it has some lasting power...compared to say a GFX card which is old about a week after you get it.
     
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    GL DaMulta, link me to your benchies!!! :rockout:


    Me Too!
     

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