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

  1. Chicken Patty

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    indeed, my room is starting to get super hot now during the day with both rigs going.
     
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    Same here but my wife is always hot so she always has the AC running full blast..... my hottest rig, the FX-8150, is running 46-52C and the other 3 are running in the low 40's

    Good for the crunching but very bad for the electric bill :rolleyes:

    Hope to be moving 2 of them out next week to the volunteers I found who will let me run them in their offices. :)
     
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    That's a smart thing to do. So how much PPD is that 8 core getting you? Haven't had a chance to check your Free DC, not even sure if your hosts are visible. (at work now)
     
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    My hosts are visible but the #'s are only valid ppd wise for the last 2-3 weeks due to moving CPU's around a bit.

    The 8150 is over 4,000 ppd with a slight bump to 3.8Ghz (all cores running at 95%) but it is still ramping up so I'm figuring 5k ppd

    The 6200 is at stock (all cores running at 100%) and should go over 4k ppd after it finishes ramping up*
    * I got the new Xigmatek Night Hawk cooler running on the 6200 and the temps haven't gone past 36C!!! :rockout:
     
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    I am dropping sometimes from 100% to 50%, has it's hot also. I have onl a 5200 BTU running the 4 1/2 where I live. But I put a Roller shade in my Office (Lukcy I am, where I work we produce high quality ones, so I pay them cheaper :p ), so I,ve been able to keep my office un 25C all the time. Was going for 29 without it :S

    keep in mind that AC cost less than heat during winter, well at least for me :) and I turn off heat in the office during winter, computer is going the job haha!
     
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    Nice to have a wife that's always hot eh? :laugh:
     
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    Statistics Last Updated 5/31/12 23:59:59 (UTC) [1 hour(s) ago]
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    Great Numbers Today Team!!! :toast:
     
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    I'm getting really tempted to build me one of those, I miss not having a AMD system. :(
     
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    Prices on the FX series dropped a bunch over the last month and that little Biostar mobo I picked up was $50 @ NewEgg (3 yr warranty too!) :toast:
     
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    4k PPD, is point per day, this is on the website of the world community grid? how you see it? cause here's my result on my 2500k @4.7ghz, 100% and sometimes 50% :D

    05/31/2012 0:003:16:59:04 35,983 49
    05/30/2012 0:002:18:53:19 28,384 33
    05/29/2012 0:002:14:36:01 26,093 37
    05/28/2012 0:002:08:11:54 23,585 30
    05/27/2012 0:002:23:42:02 30,478 37
    05/26/2012 0:002:14:39:32 25,421 33
    05/25/2012 0:003:14:59:07 35,363 67
    05/24/2012 0:003:23:06:23 38,813 69
    05/23/2012 0:003:03:59:51 31,230 41
    05/22/2012 0:002:02:19:30 20,697 35
    05/21/2012 0:003:13:04:29 34,340 53
     
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    In WCG ppd it 4k would be 28,000 ppd (WCG ppd= BOINC/FreeDC ppd x 7)

    I'm hitting 90-100,000+ WCG ppd ATM with all of my rigs running :)
     
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    Yeah WCG is seven times more and BOINC is seven times less.


    And yeah, I'm looking at a build right now norton. How is it with heat?
     
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    The FX-6200 @ stock with the new Xig Night Hawk on it in a Fractal Define Mini is running 33C on the cores/36C on the CPU sensor

    The FX-8150 @ 3.8 with a Xig Dark Knight in my Silverstone FT-01 is running 46C on the cores/49-52C on the CPU sensor

    Once the cores are loaded up on these the temps hit a certain spot and just stay there. Mine haven't drifted by more than 1 or 2C under load since I started them :cool:
     
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    Thanks for your info :)

    So from WCG stats, I'm at an average of 6.**k PPD with all the rig.

    So my 2500k is doing like over 4k ppd alone at 4.7ghz, 4 thread? Damn nice :) , I want a i7 2600k @ 4.6ghz :D
     
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    Nice ppd!!! :toast:

    But heat and power use go up quick when these get overclocked...... I'll stay away from high overclocks on mine because of this.

    I may try the 8150 at 4Ghz for a little while in a week or two to see how well it does though! ;)
     
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    Thanks!:toast:

    I would like to argue a little bit. I did not increase the voltage on the CPU. The motherboard has made it very, very carefully (Load Line Calibration enabled), it is only 1.41 volts.
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    The difference in temperature between 4.2 and 4.4 is almost absent (fits in the measurement error), but at a frequency of 4.0 the temperature not higher than 42C cores/52C CPU cover. As far as I know, the power consumption is greatly increased above 4.5 (measured by eroker, TPU AMD Overclockers Club http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=153443 )
     
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    Thanks for the info- sounds like I can go up about 10-15% without temp and power worries.

    @ Christhegreat- If you can't see your host as Daimus showed, you will need to check your setting on the WCG website to make your hosts are visible ;)
     
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    Okay thanks :)
     
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    That's not so bad. Nothing a little watercooling can't fix. :D
     
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