Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by loonym, Apr 29, 2009.
indeed, my room is starting to get super hot now during the day with both rigs going.
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
Hope to be moving 2 of them out next week to the volunteers I found who will let me run them in their offices.
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)
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!!!
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 ), 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!
Nice to have a wife that's always hot eh?
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Great Numbers Today Team!!!
I'm getting really tempted to build me one of those, I miss not having a AMD system.
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!)
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%
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
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
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?
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
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
The average daily gain of my 8120@4,4 is 5,970 points but it's running very hot - 52C on the cores/58-61C on the CPU sensor.
Here is screenshot of Free DC Individual Host Stats
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!
how do you get your host details?
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.
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 )
Click on your nickname, then click on the cruncher's ID.
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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That's not so bad. Nothing a little watercooling can't fix.
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