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TPU's WCG/BOINC Team

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

  1. okidna

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    I always love and only use classic windows theme :toast:

    Btw, this chip is HOT :laugh:
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    What temps are you running?

    My 8150 is running 42C on the cores and 48C on the mobo sensor

    The 6100 and the 6200 are both running mid-30's and overclocked :D
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    Wow, what a great temps you have there, Norton.

    Mine while still running stock, 80% CPU time, and room temp is 28-30C, I get 45C on the cores and 54-56C on the socket/mobo (CPUTIN).
    Undervolting to 1.2v and turning on LLC, I can get 42C on the cores and 50-51C on the socket/mobo (CPUTIN).

    I'm fairly new to AM3/AM3+, so I'm still trying to understand this chip and mobo :toast: messing around with voltage, features, etc. hehehe.
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Temps are not too bad for an FX 8 core. That Xig Gaia is a good cooler, I have one and the two Night Hawk's I have are basically black ceramic coated Gaia's. A second fan will likely bring your temps down 2-3C.... just remember both of the fans should be the same model ;)

    I'm running all of them at 100% but I needed to take the o/c off the 8150 for awhile due to the hot weather here.

    *Note- just tested the 8150 @ 80% for a bit and my temps dropped to 38/48 (Xig Night Hawk w/2 1500rpm fans) :D
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    Ah, right, I only use 1 fan with this GAIA. Will try adding 2nd fan later.

    Thanks Norton :toast:
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    You guys are running very cool, My P4 running at 60C after cleaning my PC case, Mobo etc. today before that it was running at 65+ with oc and still it is with OC so 5-6 C difference by cleaning, since yesterday i started to OC it to max before that i keep it at 3.2(3.0 stock) which is 100% stable and now i am at 3.3 wich is not 100% stable but it increase performence so i do that only thing i have to do is before playing games on PCSX2 i need to UC it to 3.2 which is 100% stable
    btw, I am having a trouble with my internet it automaticaly disconnects every 1-3 mins i had 6 dissconects while typing this post.
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    try resetting your router
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Ah good! So so far that has done the trick. If it does, only thing I can think of is something in that rig has degraded a bit. But I mean regardless, over time shit is giong to degrade anyways so... Just keep us posted, best of luck.
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    I am not running on a router it is a Modem, there is nothing to reset it is because of the ISP it is BSNL who is the worst ISP in india i think
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    I'm getting out of the daily pie since I now can cruise to my points goal in WCG - (9 M and 10th spot in team). I will continue crunching but way out off pie range, I will return my i970 to folding but I will re-launch my i920 when the extra heat is needed in winter time.
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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    Oh stop your bitchin, my my i7 920 is 73c on the hottest core right now.

    Disclaimer: this is a friendly troll.
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    you gys havent tried i7 920 co on a stock cooler in 30c ambient lol, now thats some hot shit
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    I think I was hitting 76 or 78 yesterday in 92f ambients. Pretty good considering how damn hot it was. I can't get it to go above 3.6 though, get to 3.8 and with the voltage it takes to get there the damn thing gets too hot and throttles down (89c)
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    Lost cousin of R2
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    My i7-3612QM regularly does close to 80c :rolleyes:

    Still, with the points it should do, and 40w DC power draw, it's hard to resist crunching :D
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    I had one C0 two years ago. In the summer I was afraid of meltdown.:)
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    :roll::roll::roll:
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    My i7-2720 runs there as well but since it has been there a year now I kind of ignore that fact. Never measured the actual power draw but it is for sure the best CPU I have PPD/watt wise. It does around 3.5 PPD.

    PS: ION why can't we see your CPUs in free DC- I know that you think that the benches are off but I trust them (sort off).
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    :roll:

    In all seriousness, I think I'm just a little bit surprised/shocked moving from 95W Athlon chip to 125W FX chip.

    It's a lot better in term of performance but also hotter and of course more power hungry. I can't wait to see my electricity bill next month :D:D

    :roll::roll:
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    Hell you think yours is going to be bad. I'll trade you bills. :toast:

    I have 6 crunchers running balls out right now.
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    ah hell, most of the newer systems really don't use a butt load of juice. Probably makes a difference of 10 to 15 bucks a month per system tops.
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    No, sir. Thank you very much :D
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    Hi,lols 10 mins before school see you guys later

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