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Don't know what happened, can't thank Bogmali's post. the thanks button has dissapeared.

Cool. I think in that case I'll run SMP with the two GPU3 cards on that rig. Time to countdown the days for me now
 
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bogmali, is their a reason you only fold smp on your i7's? I thought the big thing about i7's were there ability to do -bigadv.
The 6900 is a -bigadv.
 

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Oh, why does it say smp2 then? Haha sorry im a noob i've never done bigadv :eek: Looking forward to starting though!

Oh and gpu2 clients take less cpu usage than gpu 3 correct? What would a i7 clocked at 4.0 do with two 8800gts's? Right now i get about 11-13k depending on what work unit's i get on the 8800gts's.
 
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Oh, why does it say smp2 then? Haha sorry im a noob i've never done bigadv :eek: Looking forward to starting though!

Oh and gpu2 clients take less cpu usage than gpu 3 correct? What would a i7 clocked at 4.0 do with two 8800gts's? Right now i get about 11-13k depending on what work unit's i get on the 8800gts's.
bigadv is a command of the SMP core client to get those special WU.
 

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bigadv is a command of the SMP core client to get those special WU.
Ohhh, i got it now thanks! :eek: Anybody need some ddr2 ram? I've got some!
 

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Ok, noob question. What is the difference between GPU, GPU2 and GPU3 client, and which should I run for a 470 and a 480?
 

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Ok, noob question. What is the difference between GPU, GPU2 and GPU3 client, and which should I run for a 470 and a 480?
Your Fermi cards will need to run GPU3, GPU2 will not work with them. Other cards will run GPU2 but will have a handicap running GPU3 (meaning less PPD).
 

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Ok, gotcha. Checked my config and I do have it running as GPU3.

For all folders:
I'm selling an Asus GTX 470. I had two of them. Sold on to TexBill. This is the second one and is an OPEN BOX from newegg.
If you buy it for folding, I'll knock 20 bucls off
[FS][US] Asus GTX 470 Like New

Until the card sells, I might use it to fold.

So, I have both my GTX 470s plugged in, but not SLI'ed. In FAH GPU Tracker, I go to configure and Autodetect GPUs, but it only detects one GPU. How can I fold using both?




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Can someone also tell me what are the requirements for -bigadv?
 
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Can someone also tell me what are the requirements for -bigadv?
You need a least an i7 clocked @ 3.6Ghz to make the deadline for the bonus. most of us aim between 3.8 and 4.0ghz for the O/C's. Some have even used highly clocked(4.0+Ghz) Phenom II x6's, but get a diminished bonus. The more cores, the merrier with -bigadv.
 

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Oh guys i just got another idea! So after i got my droid x i haven't touched my itouch sense. It's a 2nd gen 8gb version but the back plate has my name in it. i took the front digitizer off before as it was cracked and haven't gotten a new one. I checked ebay and i can get a brand new back plate for about $15 bucks and a new digitzer for another $15 bucks. So i could put $30 bucks in it and i think i could get $100 bucks out of it. I still have the retail packaging and all. The only negative i could think of is the serial number won't be on the new back plate. I could just include the old back plate with it for the serial number if they really need it.

Does this sound like a good plan? I can go ahead and order those two things now and then sell it and make some cash for my i7 :)

EDIT: Something like this and this.
 
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That sounds about right to me at least from the top of my head it sounds like a good way to get some extra $$$ towards your new rig.
 

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That sounds about right to me at least from the top of my head it sounds like a good way to get some extra $$$ towards your new rig.
Yeah, id rather be patient and get as much money as i can and get good quality stuff that i wont want to upgrade. I think id be happy with 1156 but then that thought of why didn't i just go 1366 for hexa in the future?

It's just always how it is you buy one thing and then want the next best thing. Here's my other question. Should i score a used 920 or 930 where i know the stepping, VID, and what it OC's to for about 180-190 or should i grab a brand new 950 where i don't know anything about the chip and pay like $230 with tax at micro center.

Im leaning towards the used 920/930 and then i could put that other $40-50 in a mobo :D
 

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Yeah, id rather be patient and get as much money as i can and get good quality stuff that i wont want to upgrade. I think id be happy with 1156 but then that thought of why didn't i just go 1366 for hexa in the future?

It's just always how it is you buy one thing and then want the next best thing. Here's my other question. Should i score a used 920 or 930 where i know the stepping, VID, and what it OC's to for about 180-190 or should i grab a brand new 950 where i don't know anything about the chip and pay like $230 with tax at micro center.

Im leaning towards the used 920/930 and then i could put that other $40-50 in a mobo :D
Well, I always want to upgrade anyways but that's just me :roll:. I would get the used chip, but depending on who is selling it. There's a lot of reputable sellers here selling you some really good stuff at great prices that are always willing to help if you have any issues. Try to buy from soneome who can assist with a RMA if possible, in case you have the CPU go bad (could happen all of the sudden) you can RMA it. :toast:
 

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Well, I always want to upgrade anyways but that's just me :roll:. I would get the used chip, but depending on who is selling it. There's a lot of reputable sellers here selling you some really good stuff at great prices that are always willing to help if you have any issues. Try to buy from soneome who can assist with a RMA if possible, in case you have the CPU go bad (could happen all of the sudden) you can RMA it. :toast:
Yeah I know what ya mean with the always upgrading. I always want to upgrade but i think if i got a 1366 board i wouldn't want to upgrade to sandy bridge at all.

Also why should i try getting a proc that i can RMA? What's warranty on processors anyways? I didn't think processors died all that much.

My friend is selling GTX480's for $225 each shipped if anyone is looking.

[FS][US] FS/FF - Darwin96's For Sale Thread
I don't see it :mad: If i did i would pick one up and go re sell it on ebay for like $350 and make some cash for my i7 rig :p
 
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Ohhh gotcha. Didn't look further down. Man i haven't gotten my sleep ive hda 4 hours since thursday night haha anyone wanna play some css? I won the tourny last night at 20-5 :p
 

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Yeah I know what ya mean with the always upgrading. I always want to upgrade but i think if i got a 1366 board i wouldn't want to upgrade to sandy bridge at all.

Also why should i try getting a proc that i can RMA? What's warranty on processors anyways? I didn't think processors died all that much.



I don't see it :mad: If i did i would pick one up and go re sell it on ebay for like $350 and make some cash for my i7 rig :p
They don't really go bad all that often, but remember you are most likely going to be overclocking and having it under load 24/7. It puts a toll on anything you know. That's why if you can buy off someone who you have seen on here perhaps and you have seen what their chip can do and you know it's taken care off then that's even better. Chances are that person can help you RMA it if it ever went bad.
 

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They don't really go bad all that often, but remember you are most likely going to be overclocking and having it under load 24/7. It puts a toll on anything you know. That's why if you can buy off someone who you have seen on here perhaps and you have seen what their chip can do and you know it's taken care off then that's even better. Chances are that person can help you RMA it if it ever went bad.
Yeah i know what ya mean there. Would i be best off just getting a 950 at micro center then? I don't really want to take a chance at the batch, VID and all that crap and pay more.. But it is brand new and has warranty. Only other thing though, say i get the proc and it's DOA do i gotta bring it back to a mc? I've actually had a processor DOA before :mad:

EDIT: Don't know if anyone's seen this but it seems like it could be pretty legit. Say we fold for asus for 2 weeks and get more hardware running for TPU or even one of those 980x's! Wouldn't that be sweet to get any of those going for tpu?

Here is the link.
 
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looks like a good idea, i wouldnt mind doing it
 

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i wont :( its for US and Can only :mad: