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Hello fellow forumers. I'm Tsukiyomi91 & I have just starting folding a few minutes ago. The rig I'll be using is my Secondary Rig (see System Specs for details). Any help will be greatly appreciated.
 
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Welcome to the club/addiction that is f@h
 
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Hello fellow forumers. I'm Tsukiyomi91 & I have just starting folding a few minutes ago. The rig I'll be using is my Secondary Rig (see System Specs for details). Any help will be greatly appreciated.
You have GTX 760 kepler card and you should be using the NVIDIA 327.23 driver for folding. Only the GTX 780 and higher cards could fold properly with newer drivers.
 
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@hertz9753 all of my GTX powered systems are running the latest driver btw. With the custom water cooling bracket for my GTX760, heat shouldn't be a problem hehe =)
 
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You asked for help and I gave it. The older driver is better when it comes to folding and the kepler cards.


I have folded with a few of them.
 
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@Tsukiyomi91 @hertz9753 is correct. I have folded with a GTX-760. You need the NVIDIA 327.23 drivers to fold correctly with the older cards. This has been acknowledged and documented by the staff at Stanford in their folding@home forums. It's not a heat issue, but rather lower output and even failed work units. Avoid frustration, take our advice. :)
 
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@hertz9753 all of my GTX powered systems are running the latest driver btw. With the custom water cooling bracket for my GTX760, heat shouldn't be a problem hehe =)
I just (as in today) came home from KL (Rawang) and can understand the need for WC but trust us you are better off using 327.23 for your GTX 760. Welcome at TPU.
 
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@hat (IIRC) and I have GTX 660 Ti's. Wish we'd known that. We're having quite the warm spell. I'll give that a try in a day or so. Last time I tried I dumped it because I was getting fewer PPD than my 7770 was able to get. I'm on 353.62.
 
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@hat (IIRC) and I have GTX 660 Ti's. Wish we'd known that. We're having quite the warm spell. I'll give that a try in a day or so. Last time I tried I dumped it because I was getting fewer PPD than my 7770 was able to get. I'm on 353.62.
Ups, thought that was common knowledge for us old folders
 
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Hi, all. I've been folding since 2004, first under the name OvenMaster (2004-2009) and then BlackSun59 (2009-present)
I folded for Maximum PC Magazine's team 11108 since 2004, but the magazine's forum got killed in May 2015.
Now that the MPC site itself has been absorbed into another, I realized that it's time to find a new home.
I took a look around and I like the activity and knowledge that I see here.
I hope you can use ±30,000 CPU-generated points per week.
Regards from Tom
 
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Hi and welcome!! Always great to see new people. You might be better off doing crunching or WCG instead of folding on a cpu. Gpus are better folders and cpus are better crunchers. Take a look at the WCG Forum and get hold of Norton. They can answer any questions you might have. Dont think for a second I dont want you folding, its just a cpu is much better crunching. :toast:
 
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I appreciate that. F@H has always gotten my time, money, sweat and tears, even on a CPU. I prefer it, actually. I'll take a look at the other forum, though, I promise!
Tom
 
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Then by all means jump in :toast:
 

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I appreciate that. F@H has always gotten my time, money, sweat and tears, even on a CPU. I prefer it, actually. I'll take a look at the other forum, though, I promise!
Tom
Hey Tom, we warmly welcome you over to the WCG team! ;) Just wanted to say: CPU folding is eh, CPU crunching is great; CPU folding points are so little relative to GPUs. Fold away on gpus, and crunch away with the remaining CPU cycles.

Either way, great work. :toast:
 

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Well @BlackSun59 , it great that you have joined in on probably the greatest team on the internet man!!!!! Okay Tom, that might be just a little bias, but hey, its frigging great to have ya aboard man!!!!

And, since your an ole Maximum PC Team Folder, I'm quite sure you know, read, have heard of Paul Lilly.

Well, Paul is a very personal friend of mine from many many years ago man.

Just wanted to toss that one out there. :p
Dano
 
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Oh btw my name is Tom too.:toast:
 
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Wow, thanks, everyone. I'm humbled.
Dano, sure, I've read plenty of Lilly's work and still think the people there are great, and so is the mag. But no real online presence anymore bites.
Manofthem, I will admit that I am considering a CPU upgrade to a FX-6300 or 8300 (it would be a big help in video transcoding, too) but I need to research this - I'm concerned about a few issues. Time to hit the Search function.
Thank you all again.
T.
 
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I'd say an 8350/8370 would be a good upgrade, and folding on them is a lot better than the 14-20k (you can squeeze 28-30k out of a 6 series in Linux but need to OC to 4.2-4.7 and put under water). The 8350 in Linux can make massive gains for a Red Team CPU ;) just ask Hertz of the 8350 I had folding in Linux
 
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A belated (3-17) welcome to @madness777 . Please stop by and say hi sometime.
 

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On 03.12.17, a Zergensen started F@H for team TPU. I can't find a TPU user name, but welcome aboard. Today, I see that they got 106,782 points for a single WU.:toast: Hmmm, I wonder, the GTX 1080 Ti was released 03.09.17.
 
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