Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by W2hCYK, Jun 10, 2006.
got a link or pic of how you do it?
Here ya go all ya need http://soerennielsen.dk/mod/VGAdummy/index_en.php
somehow the dvi -> hdmi adapter works without any mods.
i have it folding on 3 of 4 gpu's and its going mad!
wow... so myclient mysteriously stabilized itself... 2 days straight so far with no EUE... F@h is so weird
Nice Fitseries, I wonder what it will take to get that 4th one running. Maybe a little black magic?
I prefer this method as it doesn't involve soldering. But if you've got DVI -> HDMIs working, then no need for this. Good luck on getting that 4th one up.
i need to rig up a dummy dongle.... lol
Ah well in that case, use the link Driver provided, to see which connections need to be bridged. And use Cyberdruid's method (my link) to implement it. Worked like a charm for me.
nope. dummy's dont work at all. i can get a monitor working but the dummys wont trick vista into letting it work.
If you just scroll down your link it shows the same pics as mine
I just sent my link to show the correct jumpers I wouldnt solder them either :shadedshu
I'd go with Cyberdruids method. The only thing I wonder,,,,,,does it matter between the 68k resistors in Cybers article or the 75k in the other?>
oh wait.... there it goes!
4 gpu's working + e8200
now if i can just keep it from overheating like it did last night.
a large desk fan!
wtf is this...
EUE limit exceeded. pausing 24 hours.
ok now im seeing some problems....
gpu0 and gpu1 run fine but once you launch 2 and 3 things get odd(for me at least)
0 and 1 continue to run fine but 2 and 3 keep saying the above mentioned EUE limit exeeded.
i've read a few threads on the 295's and folding but no one ever states a clear solution.
i need some help on this one.
Usually the sign of an unstable GPU. Are these cards overclocked? What may be stable for benchmarking and gaming is not necessarily stable for folding. A corrupted bit in a game may be a blip somewhere on the screen. In folding a corrupted bit = bad simulation result.
not OCed at all. dead stock. they are running at decent temps too.
hmmm. Scratch that theory
I know that certain work units (WU's) had issues with EUE in the past that needed sorting out. Possible that is what is happening here. The 295's are just so new you may be blazing a trail here for the other folders.
i installed different drivers now and i have gpu 0 1 and 2 running but 3 refuses to run at all. getting "UNSTABLE_MACHINE" every time now.
i tried upping the voltage with evga's voltage tool and i get the same thing.
F@H could either be good or bad for your OCD Fits Hopefully good !!
Fits, maybe you need a talk with http://atlasfolding.com/?page_id=148
Not unstable, but most likely a conflict. The 295 drivers are still in their infancy and may be causing the conflict.
Delete the client's work folder, Qdat and the unit info file for the installations of GPU 2 and GPU 3. This will force it to get a new WU. Sometimes these suckers are just buggy, which is what I'm thinking if your card is 100% stock.
And Driver, there is no difference between the 68 or 75 ohm resistor when it comes to this, in fact I'm even using 100 ohm resistors. Also, I'm using 1/4 watt resistors where it looks like CD is using 1/2 watt resistors. Anything between 50-150 ohms should be fine. And 1/4 or 1/2 watts should work. It just needs to add a little resistance to fool the card.
I had the exact same issue Fit... i dont know how... i dont know why... but it randomly went away (i know, not very helpful lol).
In the meantime, delete your queue.dat and work folder as a temp solution. As soon as I figure out what causes those GPU's to fail ill post back... but after a week of searching ont eh interwebz i have no clue.
im sorry but ...
i jumped from like 13 to 109 WU's in just 6 hours of folding. DAMN
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