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

  1. mstenholm

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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Wow, those are impressive results...makes me want to run out and get a 2120 for the H61 Dell mobo I have....basically, all I need to get a rig online is a CPU (I'm going to assume that the mobo works until proven otherwise)
    Welcome aboard, it's great to have you! :toast: :rockout: :toast:
    Check out the thread in my sig if you have an questions (or don't hesitate to ask!).
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Welcome aboard! :toast:

    You are referring to our WCG Cruncher badges- you need to earn 100,000pts to get the badge and the stars on the badge are assigned by how points you generate per day (7 day average I believe)...
     
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    Yea I ran a 2120 with H61 biostar that norton hooked me up with and that setup was GREAT! on stock cooler it never got over 55 deg full load.
     
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    i'm looking at 62-67c on my i3 530. Would like to get that down some. I'm still keepin my options open for a better cooler. Been hunting all over for one.
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    I have mine under water and it cools it great!
     
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    i bet but I don't have anything to go water. Thats one of my options but later in the future if I still have it.
     
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    I have a coolit Domino ALC but need to find the mounting hardware for AMD
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Is that what your running on it now? I love the option of being able to see rpm and temps right there on it.
     
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    OMG! that would work since it DOES have 775 mounting!

    I have 4 water coolers

    Thermaltake Water2.0 performer
    Corsair H50
    Asetek 775 (Same exact as H50 so I used 1156 mounting from corsair)
    Coolit Domino ALC (currently not installed on anything.)
     
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    I need to find a good water cooling unit for cheap for Lauren's machine. So I can use the Hyper 212+ on the C2Q machine. :laugh:
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Just need to keep an eye on the location of capacitors and VRM/power components on that side of the socket. I've using these for a couple of years now for the original Xig Dark Knight in my main rig...
     
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    I hope my daily input goes up some once this 530 is full speed cause I'm not seeing anything yet. I know it takes a few days for it to get up to get ramped up but I figured I should have seen some kinda of slight improvement in daily input. My 4th star keeps coming and going lol.
     
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    It may be doing fine. Look at the scores of the other rigs also. They may be down for some odd reason. Like mine. I have one rig that doesn't even post any points until either the last update or next to the last update of the day. Also I see the point fluctuate so much between rigs.
     
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    Welcome aboard gopal. and your stars will show up once your rig(s) put out some ppd. :toast:

    Hey popswala, have you consdered the CNPS 9900 Max? Not sure if you can afford it but It's what I'm using to cool my FX-8150 and it does an awesome job...check it out:



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    I do like the look of that one also but its outta my price range. I don't have anything to put to a cooler at the moment and it may be a while till i do. It is one on the list as far as air goes along with a few others.
     
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    Check this shit out. My 970 is going to eventually over take my x6's. It is getting better ppd. Wow who would have thought that.


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    :laugh: it's a good little processor that 970BE
     
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    Tell me about it. That thing just kicks ass. May have to pick up a couple more. to replace the 555 and depending on how the 960 does may replace it also.
     
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    Does something like this exist for 775->1156, by any chance? I have a Zalman cooler that I'd like to be able to mount on a Core iX. Although, if I get a C2Q, I could always use it on that...decisions :D
    Absolutely, in my experience it's not uncommon for the points a rig gets to vary by ~50%+ from day-to-day. Having more rigs helps smooth this out :roll:
    That is wicked amazing...these FX CPUs don't run nearly as hot as I thought they did :laugh:
    How much higher is the 970 clocked vs the 1055s?
     
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    They are both stock clocked. The 970 at 3.5 and the 1055's are at 2.8
     
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