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  1. Velvet Wafer

    Velvet Wafer New Member

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    my first one ran win 3.1
    my second one had a 150 mhz P1,after a while, i wished me my first 3D graphics card,a voodoo 3, to be able to play lego rock raiders:rockout::laugh:
     
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    That would be awesome! What's wrong with the i7?
     
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    Well let me rephrase the above. It is up now. But I was having those BSOD's. I removed the Mega shadow and put the stock cooler and it was fine, no BSOD. Keep in mind before I removed the Mega Shadow I had it off because at stock it would BSOD. So it was fine with Intel Cooler, I gave the Megashadow another shot. It's on now and I loaded my 4.3 Ghz setup but it BSOD with a different one this time. I dropped it down to 4.1 and Linx'ed it for about 15 minutes and it passed. Its crunching at 4.1 Ghz right now succesfully for about two hours. If by the time I go to sleep tonight it is still crunching, Ill unfortunately stop crunching and run linx all night if possible. To be sure. If everything ok in the morning then 4.1 Ghz it is :D
     
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    im also still tweaking my 955. it seems to like the cold, with low voltage;) still hadnt the balls to fit my mega rad on it, i somehow fear, its flow is too bad:ohwell: (also my distilled is empty, and i forgot to buy new one for a week):rolleyes:

    also i got more weapons of crunching ahead. you remember the Benchcase, David?
    its got internals now ;)
     
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    yes i do as a matter of fact. what internals? :D
     
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    Well on my last install of the Mega Shadow I actually used a bag around my index finger and spread the thermal paste very thinly and even. Check out these temps now, still fresh TIM so they should get slightly better :D

    Only a 2ºc difference from hottest to coolest core :D When a/c is on, check out the lowest :D

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    SLAY7, MALAYSIA
    MSI P43 NEO
    no videocard?FUCK!
    (i bought a 4350, its doa,so no points and no tweaking/installing for today -.-)
    whats your guess,david?^^

    Temps are pretty fine, mine arent much better anymore,somehow :D
     
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    I got my first computer when I was 30 years old. Here's some images...

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    The year was 1976. It was a SWTPC 6800 Computer System. It came as a kit that required all the components such as resistors, capacitors and ICs to be soldered to the circuit boards. A few of the ICs such as the Motorola 6800 multiprocessor had sockets. I also built the monitor that's in the upper right corner of the image. I later bought the same monitor that's in the lower right corner of the image. The storage started out as a cassette record but I soon had two 5 1/4 inch floppy drives and finally an 8 inch floppy. There was a magazine that gave programming examples along with new hardware that could be bought to upgrade the system. One of the upgrades was a Motorola 6809 processor. The memory started at 4K and finally ended with two 16K boards.
     
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    Guess? About what? you are just missing the card?

    Or you want me to guess on what CPU you are using?

    holy cow, I was not even close to being born yet man, that goes wayyy back!
     
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    Can you imagine the task manager, performance tab showing 100 cores:laugh:

    What kind of PPD would it get?:cool:
     
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    :roll: You need a 52" to view the whole task manager :laugh:

    As far as PPD, shit my i7 does 8 tasks and does average 4-4.5k a day overclocked. You still have 92 tasks more to go :eek:
     
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    So this processor could be available next year but then someone would have to put it in a product for some unknown OS to handle. I'd put more faith in the Intel version in about 5 years.

    Well 22 years ago I took a big pay cut. I retired on 50% pay.:cry: Damn that's been a long time.:eek: Back then I could manhandle these computers but now they manhandle me.:eek:

    Sometimes I feel like I need to get my doctors permission to work on them.:D
     
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    I don't know if anybody else has seen this, but it should be good for a least 50K BOINC/day :D. Makes my Q9400 feel so insignificant :p
     
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    :laugh::laugh: yeah, they've def. came a long way man. As far as the 100 core processor, yeah you are right. It says it in the article that there really is no OS that will run it.

    so does my i7 :(
     
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    Very nice - :rockout::rockout:
     
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    I thought that you said the i7 will do about 4K BOINC/day? If you're running 50k/day on 8 threads, you must also be running at 100GHZ :rolleyes: :laugh:
     
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    Failed CP, its a e5200, from which i will clock as much as i can. i just may need help, because i never tingled with intel:eek:
     
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    no, I meant my i7 also feels insignficant :laugh:

    I had no luck clocking my e7200, but I had bad RAM so maybe that why. I will also have a E5200 soon too :)
     
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    im on an AC alpine7 Pro, because i dont find my old waterblock-retention plate:shadedshu
    i hope i will clock this right.
    do you know the maximal temps and volts for 24/7 crunchin?:eek:
     
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    I would stay under 1.35v and 60c for 24/7 usage
     
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    any tips for clocking fsb high, and general overclocking (memory?):D?
     
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    I know JrRacin fan knows his E5200's, you should pm him.


    Right Im crunchin my E7500, average's around 1.5 to 1.7K PPD. Which is not bad, when I had my E1200 and E7500 full steam for that one day:laugh: I peaked around 2.2K PPD

    Look at the peak on the 23rd:D
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    Its cool though I made my decision on a i7 920 and im still deciding on the board. Looking for something in the 250$ range.

    I got some D9JNL 3x1GB kit coming and a GTX 260 for some folding action:rockout:
     
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    ^ Someone has the bug :roll: Folding and Crunching is an expensive addiction...
     
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    :laugh: seriously man,
    Its great for your Karma and bad for your pockets:laugh:
     

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