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Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by loonym, Apr 29, 2009.

  1. [Ion]

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    Ah, well, it's not hot enough yet to warrant that, but I do turn on one or more fans most days
     
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    2 computers, two people, and a cat disagree. ;) Hottest room in the house.

    Although if the room was bigger, it wouldn't be so bad.
     
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    EXCELLENT WORK EVERYONE!!!! :toast::toast::toast:
     
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    hawt damn, thats how its done:toast:
     
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    Wow, that's with my rig down a decent chunk of the day... (Heat issues.)

    Makes me feel like I shouldn't even bother crunching. :(
     
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    Nice work everyone. :toast:
     
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    That is a better number, we can get over 2 million though:)
     
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    Everything counts. Its not a race. Your contribution is just as important as everyone else. Everyone has to start somewhere. I started out crunching 2 old laptops in the begining. You will get there, we will help you. Your very important to this team, dont ever think different. :toast:
     
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    Your contribution is very important, every little bit counts! (The only WCG rig I had for the first ~1.5 months was a Pentium M laptop that did ~165 PPD)
     
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    Dammit dude, that really sucks. If at least it was a valid reason, but geez!

    Good luck bro :toast:

    Awesome :respect: Great job everyone :toast:

    Dude, do i smack you now or later, or now and later? :slap:
     
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    I'm still crunching CP, don't worry.

    Gunna install WGC on my GF's laptop tonight.
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    That sounded much better than the post I quoted above :laugh:
     
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    I did end up getting it installed, it's running at 80% but at least that's a lot better than nothing. I'm not sure how much it's going to be on, but again, anything is better than nothing
     
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    I've started up folding again guys, hopefully we can make it to 2 million ;D
     
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    welcome back bud, happy crunching! :toast::rockout:
     
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    Cheers ;D just need a new cpu cooler or something so i can overclock my cpu more
     
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    Check out the link in my sig if you need any refreshing on stuff for WCG
     
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    @ ION

    good job :). Anything is anything bro :toast:

    @obso

    welcome back buddy!
     
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    Maybe i don't need a new cooler to overclock my cpu.
    I just took my pc apart, and rebuilt it, with cable managment and adding more exhaust/intake fans in mind. I also changed the stock thermal paste to some artic silver and im really amazed by the outcome.

    before my efforts, my cpu would hit 60c on idle, and around 75-80 on load, Now im getting 39c idle and 59c on full load! :D And the temps should come down more because the thermal paste needs time to settle in doesn't it?

    Well with that, i can start to overclock my cpu to get more numbers for the team! :D
     
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    Hey glad your temps dropped a lot, however I wouldn't go higher. 55 is safe max for me, 62 is max recomended by AMD.
     
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    Nice work. CP has it right on the temps. If you can keep it under 55c or so you will be golden. I just picked up an arm full of little 120v fans to help with my temps. Little 9.99 fans made a huge difference with my load temps. Ive got them all over the place in my room moving air. Dropped my temps 3 or 4c. The test will be this afternoon. We are going to see 80 degrees + today.
     
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    I'd stay where you are in terms of OCing, I really don't like to see over 55c on my Phenom II X4. If you pick up a Scythe Mugen 2, Xigmatek HDT-S1283 or a Cooler Master Hyper 212+ you'd be able to OC a decent amount more :toast:
     
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    Well, what temperatures are considered to be safe for a PII X4? so i know what limit to stay under
     
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    under 60c
     
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    well, im hitting 63 on full load @ 3.5ghz, should i pull back a bit?
     

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