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

  1. FordGT90Concept

    FordGT90Concept "I go fast!1!11!1!"

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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    man I am crunching 24/7 with this i7 I cant possibly do more! Once my buddy sets up his moms rig and his rig which was the AMD rig I sold him, I will get his moms current athlon x2. I'll put that to crunch 24/7 as well, might not be much, but it adds up.
     
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    I am all over this challenge. Now if I can just get off my ass OC my rig:banghead: But it will be somewhat of a challenge for my 920 since it is also involved with F@H:rolleyes:
     
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    How do you like that tpower for oc'ing? I have one and I've found it to be a bit of a disappointment in that dept. The only stable oc I can get is by leaving everything on auto except setting bclk to 181 and using 21 multi. Where's the fun in that? :banghead:
     
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    I haven't even tried playing with it yet, all I did was manually set my RAMs timing.
     
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    TechPowerUp! 853,355 Really good day everyone! I think you're picking up steam. :toast:



    @bogmali, Let me know how it goes for you and what bios you're on. :D
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    I think we are starting to feel the pressure of the lost XS members and are starting to get going.
     
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    I'm at BIOS 080015 right now. Had to upgrade it to the newest one cause it kept freezing up on me on restarts:banghead: No issues now since going with the newer BIOS.
     
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    i just got my laptops T3200 to crunch. it'll take 6-7 hours lol

    EDIT - it'll take 8-9 hours. poor thing
     
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    TechPowerUp! 951,584 :toast: Another really good day! Nice crunching everyone! :toast:
     
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    TechPowerUp! 939,306 Great crunching everyone! :toast:



    Sorry I missed an update or two. I've been a bit ill but I'll keep up as best I can :slap: This team is moving fast and passing teams like mad. Any TPU members should jump on board now to take part in this incredible effort. Every little bit helps. :up:
     
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    Hey guys I'm trying to help out as much as possible. So far, I have 20 box's crunching.. but only 12 have completed projects. The slower ones are crunching.. Just taking longer to produce. Also, had one box to die.. processor failed.. hehe heat makes you upgrade...lol I've had a few where the service has stopped. I'm going to try, and add 5 more box's today. Happy Crunching!

    and don't forget crunchers with capable GPU's would be great folders as well!
     
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    I added another 8600GTS I had laying around in a farm cruncher yesterday. I'm going to put in a couple more cards just to fold. I have to try and get a feel for price vs ppd on folding to figure out what to get. I don't want to spend a fortune, I just want to eliminate the oldest PCI vid cards I'm running in a few machines. On the other hand, I don't want dog cards for folding....

    Bob
     
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    Bob, your best options for folding cards are the Nvidia 250 or 260 series. $100-110 for the 250 and $150-175 for the 260. 5-8k ppd depending on wu.

    You can also pic up a used 8800gt for $75-90 or so. About 4-5k ppd on those.

    For overclocking, don't worry about core or memory speed. F@H is all about the shaders.

    I think you'll find out that for the power usage that 8600 isn't very productive.
     
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    I'm up to 21 now. Just added an Intel Pentium D 805 Smithfield to the battlefield. :toast:
     
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    Thanks for the contribution Mindweaver!
    You're helping to make a great team better.Keep it up and crunch on!See you at the top of the charts.
     
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    Mindweaver Moderato®™ Staff Member

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    Thanks RAMMIE!

    I just added another Intel E6600. :toast:

    Edit (Count = 22 :toast:)
     
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    I think we have got a crunching maniac on the team :D
     
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    Mindweaver Moderato®™ Staff Member

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    It feels good to be apart of a team that's not full of assholes... And it's for a good cause! :toast:

    That E6600 is a left 4 dead server.. but it still can crunch.. oh wait it's folding as well! :rockout:
     
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    A novice

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    You remind me of myself when I first started crunching. The most computers I had was 18.
    Rob :D
     
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    Mindweaver Moderato®™ Staff Member

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    I see you started crunching mid 2006. What was your main rig?
     
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    TechPowerUp! 970,927 Great crunching everyone! :toast:







    and not that anyone's keeping track, but... RedRaider Technology 722,688 :nutkick:
     
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    Damn near a mil a day!! Woot!
     
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  24. 123bob

    123bob Xtreme Refugee

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    Only a couple of good quads away, or one really good i7, folks....:toast:
     
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    A novice

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    Where to start first off, I can't say I ever had a main rig. I could Say my worst or my slowest. My first computer that I crunched on was a P3. 450. My first home built was a 1.4 Thunderbird, before I started to changeover to quads. My farm was
    2 x P4.266
    4 x. MP 2400
    2 x xp2600
    10 x xp2400

    I have sold off most of my old farm and have now started upgrading I now have.
    4 x quads
    2 x MP 2400
    My next build when I can afford it will be an i7 :)
     

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