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

  1. Flyordie

    Flyordie New Member

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    Phenom II X4 920 = ONLINE @ 100% Sent in a backlog of WUs too... lol.
    27 WU's were backlogged... :-|
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  2. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Thanks and great job to everyone :rockout:

    Alright dude, woot woot :toast:
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Statistics Last Updated: 11/12/09 23:59:59 (UTC) [1 hour(s) ago]
    2,123,836
    2.1 million! :toast:
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  5. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    keep it up guys :toast:
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  6. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    guys, i7 was down for a few hours. Had to take card out and apply some TIM and dust it a bit, was running way too hot inside the case. Furmark load is about 84ºc case closed :) Much better :)
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    I turned Boinc off on my Q9550 while I was playing Modern Warfare 2 and forgot to turn it back on yesterday.. I've added the process to my cc_config.xml file now.. But when I got up today, and checked the stat's and seen my Q9550 points were down.. Then seen it was off and I was like http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWaLxFIVX1s&feature=related :cry:
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    :laugh::laugh: that happened to me the other night :(, forgot to resume BOINC.
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    2,040,951
    Just barely over 2 million! :toast:
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  10. Duxx Guest

    Haven't chimed in for awhile. Got the electricity bill for our apartment... and it was only 40$!!! Thats for 2 months, with me running 100% on average like 15 hours a day... maybe. 20$/month split between 3 roomates... 7$. I'm back up 24/7 baby! :D
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Awesome! :toast:
    Time to run 24/7! :D
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    The power bill for my apartment mid-September to mid-October was $215 for me and my college roommate in a small 900sf apartment. The effing A/C was broken that month and would run 24/7 to barely cool the apartment. We just got it fixed a few weeks ago and it barely has to run to keep the apartment nice and cool. My complex pays the first $105 of the bill, so my roommate and I have to pay $53 each in overages. :cry:

    I wasn't even folding or crunching at all.
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    My power bill was actually down this month and I'm crunching @ 100% strong!.. hehehe
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  14. Velvet Wafer

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    now that i have to pay the electric bill too, i have to get me more hardware,to use my money more!
    :D
    POINTZ!
    i really need a quad, or high clocking dual. i have 10 auctions on ebay tomorrow,if im lucky, i can get a quad or e8400 within the range of 50 euro. and i just mailed my dad,he is in the US ATM, in Florida, for one week, and he will be one day in New York (He is Pilot,and flew a Learjet for a "Friend" there... of course for money... so he said, he will bring me a present from there. guess what i wanted?:p
    i wanted:
    Q9550
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    i told him to visit a local "microcenter".
    now my question: will he be sucessful?
    how much does these procs cost new there? anyone a clue?:)
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    p_o_s_pc F@H&WCG addict

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    the difference between me and you guys is that i stopped boinc for about 20min to convert some videos so i can play them on my Zune BUT I REMEMBERED TO STAT IT AGAIN :laugh:

    @velvet about $200(us) for dual around $300 for quad... I could be wrong as i haven't looked at prices in along time
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    LAFF, I have it set to resume after 1hr 30m of "snoozing".
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    thats what they should have i7´s 920 for.... i heard, they were 250 at microcenter:wtf:?
    i was just told, seemed the place, everone wents,because its so cheap:)
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    ok my mistake around $150-$200 for quad about $120-$150 for dual. I really haven't been keeping up with the prices if i'm that far behind :laugh:
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    then my output will even get better! if i can grab a q9550,
    i will raise my output enomously!:respect:
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    don't worry one day my friend the battle will be on again :D
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    Velvet Wafer New Member

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    the e5200 simply pushed me too high. it outputs about 1200 points on a good day,1000 on a bad day. interesingly, the 939 cruncher, outputs about 800-1000 per day. thats not much less, and its at not even 3ghz:D (ddr1 in mind,tho good clocked)
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    Microcenter has Q9550s for $169 (maybe 110 euros, I'm not sure what the exchange rate is), but I was unable to find the Q9400 or Q6600 :eek:
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    seems like im getting less points than i was the last time i ran WCG .. the graph also sugegsts the same thing. not sure why.
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    The reason your scores are lower is because you have to wait for the work units you turn in to validate. Depending on when WUs validate, some days I get as little as 1400 points, but some days I get over 3000. To check how many WUs are "pending validation", go to WCG-->My Grid-->Results Status-->Pending Validation
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  25. LoneWolf_53

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    Of the CPU's mentioned the Q9550 would be by far the best choice anyway.

    I run a couple of those and they perform much better and cooler than the Q6600.

    Depending on what you can find a deal on if a body can't make the jump to i7 then Q9450, Q9550, or Q9650 is the way to go. :)

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