Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by W2hCYK, Jun 10, 2006.
Either 14.1 or 14.2 leaning towards 14.2. I don't think he is at 14.3 yet.
and you are sure he is getting 150k? 13000 spike so its not a constant 150k.
I did it, didn't I? I mentioned P8018's. Well, at least the weather is nice.
Do you have your 660 Ti overclocked? I always take over a day with anything but an 8018. I'm running stock clocks (1162) on a EVGA super clocked version .
Yes, but lower than yours. (1000/1149) What video driver version are you using?
Edit: Just checked HFM, on P13000 and P13001, TPF of 11:23 to 11:32
Edit II: 11:32 TPF would take 19 hours, 13 minutes to finish.
1200 core on a 7950 he is bouncing between 135k and 160k depending on the WU. Maybe the average is closer to 140k or so.
Picked up another 65k or so on the 7970
About 225k for the day between all 3 cards.... not too shabby
Thats a great day Norton!!!
I'm using 332.21 forceware driver. I'm currently working on a 13001, with a TPF of 16:18. I am mystified.
Switch to 327.23.
I'll do that immediately. Thanks!
anybody got any results using newer than 13.4 drivers?
Do you mean after 14.3? I noticed that Wizzard did use 14.4 on the 295X review. No, not me. My trip got postponed again, again so I might give it a try if I can find it.
Im running 13.4 so if it gives a boost Im in.
14.3 here. I used "older" drivers before and I went from 97k to 128k on my 7970 on 13000s. No idea what version it was but give it a try. I'm not a gamer so whatever of-set gaming wise doesn't matter to me but some (agent) have some gaming problems with 14.3.
I ?think? I saw a bump of about 3K with my 7770 on 14.3, but I did not take the time to record TPF before.
The winter of P8018's is coming to an end for me. I have these silly goals every winter: top 15 on the team and top 1500 for the project. Thanks to P8018's, I barely made the last. Unless something radical happens, I don't have to worry about the first. (Imagine the in rush of Folders if F@H actually come up with a big answer, something that would make it "to the street") So, I'm shutting down the 660 Ti, (thinking of selling it) but will try to keep the 7770 going during daylight hours. (I just might have to build a server to put that in for 24/7 operation) I'll still be around, but don't expect any more 100K days from me until November, unless the weather takes a turn for the worse and the P8018's go away.
Do as I do, put your PC on the porch! (or balcony in my case.) On another note, thanks again for the tip on the Nvidia drivers. Ignoring what HFM (too high) and FAHcontrol (too low) tell me, and doing a little math on the log times, my TPF on the 660 Ti has dropped to 11:20.
I fully understand you BBB, electricity is not cheap. I will pack up for the summer sooner or later. I might have a single GPU running, not sure which yet but my office rig which is in use 16 hours/day will most likely be the one. Strange thing is that it, a re-branded 7970 running 1123/1630 is slower then my 1045/1500, even when I leave it alone. 4,05 MHz, UD5 and SSD contra 3,3 GHz, UD7 and slow HD, the faster is the slower, even during night when I sleep.
Looks like my FX-8350/7970 rig has stopped folding and crunching
Not sure what happened to it but I should be able to get to the remote site tomorrow at some point to see if I can get it going again.... would have done it today but work's been crazy busy this week and the radiator in my work truck just blew out a few hours ago
Nvidias getting some 0x17s
I'm still on 8018s.
Had a couple yesterday. Back on the 13000's. However, one of my PC's restarted in the middle of the night due to a security patch. Dumb me, I still had it on auto.
Still on the 13000's... but the ppd ain't bad for my 480....
Nice update @NastyHabits (105,906)
On my own front, I found that my 7770 was working on a beta core_17 WU when I got up yesterday, so I changed the 660 Ti over to beta and it's been working on them ever since. This morning, I looked at EOC and thought that the totals looked off, so I started investigating and found that the 7770 had been stuck for about 30 hours. I'll run like this for a while or until the 660 Ti picks up an unmentionable.
My 8018 then failed, and now I'm on a 13000 with a ppd of 27k. D:
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