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TPU's WCG/BOINC Team

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

  1. DrPepper

    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    There won't be as much of a difference with a q6600 versus QX9650 unless they are both at stock but the i7 with new mobo would be a nice addition to the crunching force.
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    i7 is 8 cores. More cores is better for production anyway you slice it. Oops. I mean 8 Work Units at once.
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    8 threads 4 cores. Still it can have more of the project thingies running simultaneously.
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    looking good with that setup 4x4 :toast:
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    My slip. Basically slower though. I mean maybe I am not looking at it right but I average about 5:50 hours per HCC unit at 2.8ghz and at 3ghz on my Xeon s775 It only takes me like 3:39.

    At 4ghz my s771 Xeons take about 3 hours even. Same story with the QX9650 at 4ghz. So it's sort of odd. How fast does a 4ghz 920 turn an HCC WU?
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    Looks like with mine at 3.9, just under 4 hours. I know more once it runs a while.
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    Not sure how clock speed for an i7 relates to clock speed on a 45 or 65nm s775 or s771 chip. One thing I do know is I have great love for my Dual Harpertown Rig :D It's been churning out units like a dog in a dumpster...
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    Got my 940 back from Fit today, toying with the DFI. Here are some interesting pics. And the cpu has been crunching for longer than the time displayed in RealTemp, 10+ minutes extra. Temps are a bit higher than using 1.425v when I was doing 175x23.

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    Dammit I feel like teh n00b. I still don't know what to twiddle in BIOS on an i7 rig :p
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    I was just playing around. Though I am glad I did upgrade all the fans in my loop to 3k Ultra Kaze's (6 of them no less), load temps dropped about 20c per core. 4 Yate Loon Meds, a High, and the fan that came with my HSPC Techstation were no match for the heat this chip kicked out, though my 920 D0 that I hope to get tomorrow should run cooler than this chip. I'm just glad to have a higher OC on this chip for now, maybe help get my BOINC production up some.
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    Looking good dark. :up: (really need to get this smiley!) I want to keep heat manageable, especially since I'm on air. That's why I stopped at 3.9. A lot of extra voltage for those last 200mhz.
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    Yea, Fit had a nice fan controller he gave me so I can turn the Kaze's down a bit at night. One thing I learned from having all those other fans is going for silent might work against you.
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    Very nice dark2099! :respect::respect::toast:

    Tomorrow I'll have 30+ crunchers crunching to help keep up with you i7 and am3 owners! :respect: :toast: My little atom 230's are turning out every other day..lol I love the little 4 watt bastards!..lol well I only have 2.. then 2 other celeron-L 220 @ 1.2ghz.. the atoms are alot snapper.. plus they have HT. the 220's are just single core.. Crunch on! :rockout:
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    I'd like to welcome "the haunted" to the WCG team!!!
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    woohoo:rockout:
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    Welcome, The haunted! :toast: :up: (hint hint) :p
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    Well, it's looking more and more like I'll have 2 i7 920 rigs crunching next week....
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    Well thanks to Kenkickr, I finally got my mom's laptop up and running. That means 2 comps - 24/7! and then my laptop while I sleep :). Should have my mobo for main back next week.. if ASUS hurrys up.
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    awesome, I heard you got rid of a Q6600 :p If i'm correct the new owner will have it crunching 24/7.
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    Wow, just finished adding cruncher # 30!.. :toast:

    Crunchers

    Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 Kentsfield @ 3.0ghz
    Dual Processor Intel Xeon Prestonia 2.80ghz HT's
    Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 WolfDale @ 4.05ghz (Lapped)
    Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 WolfDale @ 3.6ghz
    Intel Core 2 Duo E5200 Wolfdale
    Intel Core 2 Duo E5200 Wolfdale
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Conroe
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Conroe
    Intel Pentium E2180 COnroe
    Intel Pentium D 930 Presler
    Intel Pentium D 805 Smithfield
    Intel Mobile Core 2 Duo T7200 Merom
    Intel Pentium E2160 Conroe
    Intel Pentium E2160 Conroe
    Intel Pentium E2160 Conroe
    Intel Celeron 330 Prescott
    Intel Celeron 330 Prescott
    Intel Atom 230 Diamondville
    Intel Atom 230 Diamondville
    Intel Celeron Conroe-L 220
    Intel Celeron Conroe-L 220
    AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ Manchester
    AMD Athlon XP thoroughbreed 2000+
    AMD Athlon XP Palomino 2000+
    AMD Athlon XP 1700+ Thoroughbred
    AMD Athlon MP Palomino 2000+
    AMD Athlon MP Palomino 1700+
    AMD Duron 1.30Ghz Morgan
    AMD Duron 800mhz Spitfire
    AMD Duron 700mhz spitfire @ 747.5mhz


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    GTX285
    9600gt
    HD3850
    HD4670
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Awesome! Now just convert them all to i7's... and we will be golden!
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    You know Mindweaver, you might becoming what's called (to some odd folks) "A hired gun" :roll:
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    Nooooooooo, We do not speak of their name on here:banghead::D:laugh:
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    Do you live in a warehouse? I've currently only got 3 rigs up as one went down and I'm now replacing it. I guess I'd better get it done fast before you add another rig.

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