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TPU's WCG/BOINC Team

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

  1. [Ion]

    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Oh, I don't doubt that at all. I suspect that the expensive part would be the board anyways. I should check Buck's build log.
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    I feel you man. I am hopefully done with re-configuring for now. Next up is the new build and looks like I may have a package sitting on my doorstep waiting for me to come home. :toast:
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Hmmm.... is there anyone you know there that could pick it up, break it down neatly, and ship it out to you? ;) and ;)
     
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    Aside from that drill-in-my-electricity-cable horror I had today, I noticed at least something pleasant!

    On my almost-dedicated-cruncher, I noticed these. More beta WUs. But more importantly - look at the non-beta FAAH name. That is VERY interesting. What are they up to? :eek:
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    I got my "energy meter" today and my complete setup (crunchers, monitor, KVM, C60 server, ethernet switch, etc) is pulling ~410w at the wall:

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    Is that good? :confused: With the monitor off it goes down to 375w
     
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  10. [Ion]

    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Well, my AMD 4P rig draws about 500w all by itself, so yes, I'd say that 375w is just fine. That's would be the power consumption of not quite 4 minimalist i7-3770k setups.
     
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    I think more than half of that is due to the OCed 1090. I hope I can sell the 1055s soon to replace it with another 8350.
     
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    Piggybacking the VPN server... for science!!!

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    OH WOW. It seems Boinc fails to recognize by GPU with 325.08 drivers. How ghey...
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    2013 m. liepos 17 d. 19:11:34 |  | app version refers to missing GPU type NVIDIA
    2013 m. liepos 17 d. 19:11:34 | World Community Grid | Application uses missing NVIDIA GPU
    
     
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    Autodock and VINA are simulation programs for biomedical reasearch, AFAIK. BOINC itself cannot do any calculations (it is middleware).
     
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    I wouldn't worry about that to much. Mine has been unknown for awhile, even while running the gpu units.
     
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    :rolleyes: :laugh:

    @[Ion] clear out your PM box- it's full and I can't respond to your PM :p
     
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    Yup, that is correct. They are the actual programs used to do the calculations for the projects; BOINC just manages stuff.
    Done :)
     
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    I shut down the 1090t for a moment and apparently the 8350 crucher is pulling 160 at the wall., so that's >200w for the 1090t :eek:
     
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    So I'm planning on breaking down my rigs this weekend and reorganizing a little bit. I've been wanting to do this for a while.

    My main rig needs it as the radiators are filling up pretty good with dust and the case need a good cleaning . my sound card seems to keep going out on me so I'll be pulling that to toss it, as well as take care of anything else that needs it.

    In my second rig, I'll be taking out the 3770k and swapping in an i3 2100; I need to simplify that rig unfortunately.

    So my ppd will be way down over the next few days :(
     
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    :mad: UNACCEPTABLE!!!! j/k :p- :roll:

    If you run into issues when you take apart the 932 and need some parts let me know- my 932 will be retired eventually and I'm currently not using most of the insides anyway... only one HDD and no optical drives in it ;)
     
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    Thanks buddy :) I hope that everything goes smoothly though

    The most intensive thing I plan to do it perhaps bore out some holes I made on the back of teh case. Currently, the 360 rad that is vertical in the back is right up against the rear of the case, I think limiting air flow. So I bought some spacers to push it away from the case. But, the holes I made may need to be bigger to allow the tubing to go through, rather than just the barbs.

    But we shall see. Very often does everything turn out worse than expected :banghead:
     
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    So.... IM BACK!!! Thanks to norton I can finally rejoin the PPD race (LOL by much but its a start) and also added the new case into the line up.

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    Did a slight OC to see what it will do. Tired higher but it errored out at almost any voltage I gave it.

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    The WU I had going in the VPN server got stuck (>41h of processing) so I had to reset the project. :(
     
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Nice setup!

    Good to see my old board and my old chip are together again! :toast:
     
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    What was the highest clock you got?
     
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