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

  1. KieX

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    Think lot of people were waiting for Pending Validations to clear so probably stabilised now for everyone. My drop in PPD seems to have normalised again, but at any rate linux machines churn more runtime per day. When I get the SR-2 up and running I'll run Windows one week and Linux for the other week to see what differences there are.

    Your output is now in the 38K's isn't it? Pretty awesome slices of pie.

    Love linux, but also have a Technet subscribtion that I want to fully use :laugh:
     
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    I have come to the point where I have a constant 18 +/- 1 page of PV and I think that will end up in around 40K (had a HP cloud of-line for some days). 25 cpu-days to next badge, so to night. 6-7 more days before the blue one for me and 5 for you?
     
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    Nice, you may be taking my lime, or it'll be very fun/close anyway. 21 pages of PV for me. Then 68 CPU days to reach the next badge. But looking at the daily history, I'm averaging around 55CPU runtime per day total, so 2 days for the emerald and about 7 days after for the sapphire.

    Talk about close! Too bad spaniards in london aren't allowed in that rule book. Should check again for a disclaimer ;)
     
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    Your lime is secured but I'm averaging a bit higher in runtime. My little devils are only producing 2/3 of your 2600s (2.67 GHz vs 4.5 or there about) so you have a clear points advantage.
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Had to shut one of my quads down today! got home and it was runing 59-60deg full load and to me that way to hot for stock. I will have to do some type of fan mod on this cooler before I can continue crunching it so numbers will be low for me for a while.
     
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    Please do and let me know your findings as mine are slightly screwed.
     
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    60 degree C is my limit for my love ones but the rest must take what's coming to them. Never lost a CPU but some VRMs did look a bit worn out when they were let out on the grassing field.
     
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    I'm at 55 right now but I have some head room built in for extra cooling.
     
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    60C on load? I'd consider that great temps.

    I have my shutdown temps at 85C :wtf: though normally have everything in the 70C region.
     
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    I was taking about Intel CPUs....
     
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    This is a AMD AM2+ Phenom II 940 Black Edition.

    What are good temps for it at full load?
     
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    Sub 60C for sure. I used to never run any of my PII965BE crunchers over ~58C.
     
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    I think Max is 62*c. Keep it under 55* if you ask me.
     
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    Less than 60C is good, though if it does go higher for a few seconds it doesn't matter. I've had mine reach 70c :eek:
     
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    My setups are running nice and cool (Xig DarkKnight on one, AC Freezer 7 rev.2 on the other)- I haven't gone past 48C and most of the time I'm in the 40-42C range :pimp:

    ***EDIT- one of my rigs blue screened on me today :banghead: It must not have been for long since my ppd hasn't really been affected...seems to be running fine now but I may back off on my OC a little bit :rolleyes:***
     
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    Heads up no post from me tonight.
     
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    Hello team :)
    I'll be back by next Sunday with a little more power.
     
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    Welcome back! :)

    How are the new behemoth chips looking?
     
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    Still work in progress:D

    My 3960X looks good tho, does 5 GHz at 1,39 Vcore :cool:

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    :respect:mydog:respect:
     
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  22. Norton

    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Got a new cruncher/member coming soon

    Hey Guys,

    I got a new member ready to join :toast:

    I explained what we do and why we do it and she wants to sign up the new business system I'm building for her to crunch part-time for the team.

    It's only a Phenom II X2 system but will run continuously about 16hrs/day for us so the #'s will add up eventually...

    Will provide more info when the build is finished and she is connected to the team and starts crunching :)
     
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    I hereby recommend to that SN2S be renamed to Say No to SnooSnoo.
     
  24. ThE_MaD_ShOt

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    ahhh lol
     
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    I don't get it?
     
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