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

  1. JrRacinFan

    JrRacinFan Served 5k and counting ...

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    You ever sell that Q66 combo, bog? Anywho, looking nice and cant wait to see the numbers you pull with it.

    @[Ion]
    If you need assistance in clocking that chip just ask bogmali, me, brandon, or barbaricsoul. We can get you rolling in some numbers dude.
     
  2. bogmali

    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    Still have it, will post it on my thread once I move the 2 GTX460's that are folding on it.
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    For a while now I've been trying to figure out what is causing my 2600K to BSOD at anything over stock. This started happening with the new RAM I got (see system specs) a few months ago. Anyhow, it will be down a day or two while I try to figure out what it is. Running memtest overnight to see what it tells me. Figured it's the easiest thing to get out of the way first. Will keep you'll posted.
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    If I need help, I won't hesitate to ask. Obviously no OCing on the stock cooler, but I should get that fixed pretty soon now ;)
    Hopefully you'll get it solved, BSODs are a pain in the ass :(
    Temps are all OK I assume?
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    CP is the BSOD x124?
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Well, the guy who was going to buy my CeleronDC backed out, so it's back crunching again until I find another buyer :toast:
     
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    One to go...HammerOn fire up your engines ;)
     
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    My new build had G.Skill Snipers that pooched out after 3 days. I'm back with Corsair now, Haven't had a problem since.
     
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    I figured out part of what happened on July 4th concerning my farm. Everything went offline in TeamViewer early that day, and the next day I got to work at 8AM and it was 93F in the shop. Turns out a power surge or something must have happened, and it tripped 3 breakers between the 2 units. Both air conditioners went offline as well as 2 computers, modem, router, etc. but the rest of my computers were still running, so the ones that were actually doing work ended up running full blast in hellish temperatures for a day until they ran out of WUs.

    Nothing was lost except for the built-in NIC on my Biostar A780L3B. The port it was plugged into on the router still works fine, and the lights were working on the jack, but no network device in Windows. Now it has a Realtek 8139C PCI card in it.
     
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    Just got my 3770k crunching so looks like I'm safe.:laugh:

    Can't speek for Hammer but I think he is doing more important things.:)

    Looks like a lot VR rigs on you're team.:shadedshu
     
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    You are safe and so is HammerON. My friends in the cloud are productive (1250 PPD/core) but not cheap so I'm down to 8 (from 20 when it was free) and when CMD2 dries out they will die too.

    Good luck with your new chip :toast:
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    26 threads are a go! ran a whole new circuit for my HT entertainment center so no more overloads :)

    Ran 10/2 wire rated for over 600V and 30A
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Now you can run @ 1.21 gigawatts :laugh:

    When the weather cools up here we'll be running the same # of threads... will be interesting to compare output :pimp:
     
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    64-bit betas are running for 3 projects. :D

    And might let my laptop keep crunching, bringing me up to an awesome 6 THREADS! :p
     
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    get your self a flux capacitor and your all set. just watch for phone booths when coming out of warp
     
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    Where were going though we don't need roads
     
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    Now if I was the one who started the gigawatt joke it would have been wrong. LOL
     
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    Jigga-what jigga-who?
     
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    LOL :roll:
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    My new i7 :D
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    More pictures here.
    I ended up not installing the PCI fan, but the goal is to install the 8800GTS once the computer proves stable.
    It's running extremely hot (mid-to-upper 80s C @ 75% load underclocked to 2.66GHz), unfortunately :(
    I've been having massive stability issues (random and inexplicable reboots; it took ~3 hours to actually get Windows installed) which seem to have been solved by bumping up the voltage...but that's done bad things for the temps (see above).
    Crunching:
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    ^^ let me know how you like the board. I'm running Asus on my three i7's but thinking of going back to gig's. Allways loved them.
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Thus far, the board seems to be working fine...obviously no OCing or anything fancy yet, but no complaints about it. I've had a variety of GB boards (G31M, G41M, P35, and now this) and none of them have given me problems. I've also had several Asus boards that have served me very well
     
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    My little lappy made more than a thousand points in 1 day. :D

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    So proud of it. :D
     
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    That's fine for stock cooling. Hell on warm days here with barely any utilization I can run up to mid 70's, apples to oranges though 2600k+CM 212 Hyper.
     

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