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The preferred way to run WCG and F@H together is to run F@H on the GPU and WCG on the CPU. You'll get the most out of both the CPU and GPU that way. Therefore, pause the CPU slot, then delete it under configure - slots. And you need to set aside 1-2 CPU threads for F@H.
And yes, a GTX 1080 Ti will suck some juice. Remember that F@H uses a QRB (quick return bonus) so pausing and finishing a WU will greatly affect the points awarded.
 
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Need 1 cpu core for folding. The others can do wcg. Cpu doesnt do much in folding. Nice numbers from that 1080 Ti!

Sorry BBB didnt see your post
 
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The preferred way to run WCG and F@H together is to run F@H on the GPU and WCG on the CPU. You'll get the most out of both the CPU and GPU that way. Therefore, pause the CPU slot, then delete it under configure - slots. And you need to set aside 1-2 CPU threads for F@H.
And yes, a GTX 1080 Ti will suck some juice. Remember that F@H uses a QRB (quick return bonus) so pausing and finishing a WU will greatly affect the points awarded.
Need 1 cpu core for folding. The others can do wcg. Cpu doesnt do much in folding. Nice numbers from that 1080 Ti!

Sorry BBB didnt see your post
Thanks for the replies guys :) I've a few 480's and another 1080 Ti laying about doing nothing so when the sun is shining (at the moment it's full of fog/mist so the solar is producing, well, nothing lol) I'll try and get them up and running :)

I'll have to have a look and see how often I can get the card running, with such low production I'll see if I can get it to complete at least one work unit a day if I can :) At least it'll be using the 1080, as for the moment the gaming I've been doing is next to nothing!! :(
 
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Thanks for the replies guys :) I've a few 480's and another 1080 Ti laying about doing nothing so when the sun is shining (at the moment it's full of fog/mist so the solar is producing, well, nothing lol) I'll try and get them up and running :)

I'll have to have a look and see how often I can get the card running, with such low production I'll see if I can get it to complete at least one work unit a day if I can :) At least it'll be using the 1080, as for the moment the gaming I've been doing is next to nothing!! :(
@phill did you complete the first one? I can't see it - TPU stat
 
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@phill did you complete the first one? I can't see it - TPU stat
No, it had another hour or so to go and I was off to bed, so I'd shut the system down for the night :) When I get home after work, I'll be getting it up and running again so I hope it'll finish this evening :)
 
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No, it had another hour or so to go and I was off to bed, so I'd shut the system down for the night :) When I get home after work, I'll be getting it up and running again so I hope it'll finish this evening :)
Well you don't get any QRB (Quick Return Bonus) for the first 10 anyway so you can do that.
 
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Cooking with gas at the moment, about another hour and my first work unit will be completed I think :)
 
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Awesome :D
Quick question though guys, would it matter if there was another Phill in the rankings? Would I be better off changing my name at all and would those points carry over to the 'new' name? :) Just a thought :)
You can make another unique account in a different name but you can not merge points. Matthew has several for the reason of following each GPU/CPU. Remember that each account will have to do 10 units before QRB and that they will need a different passkey.
 
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You can make another unique account in a different name but you can not merge points. Matthew has several for the reason of following each GPU/CPU. Remember that each account will have to do 10 units before QRB and that they will need a different passkey.
I was just wondering @mstenholm since when I looked on this link it showed a Phill but when clicking on it, there's a list of a lot of other teams and the total number of points is 6m (I'm not sure I scored that much with just one result!!) but down the list I see this...

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So I was wondering if I needed to make another ID or just keep going since @thebluebumblebee's link showed me perfectly fine on my own with my two units returned no problems at all here...

So, should I be worried or should I just change my ID and see how that goes? I'm a little confused....
 
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Yes, you are one of several phills, but you are the only Phill on team TechPowerup!. (and I think they'd only allow one unique username per team) If that bothers you, you may want to create a new username now before you get too many points/wu's on your current name. WCG will allow you to change your username, but not F@H, or does it? This seems to indicate that you can, with the same warning as @mstenholm stated: https://foldingathome.org/faqs/statistics-teams-usernames/can-change-username-donor-name/

Edit: move that power slider to full. Set at anything less than full, F@H gets interrupted over the littlest of things, like moving the mouse.
 
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All done sir, so hopefully I'll have a new result under my name, physicalphill :) I'll try and get some more results up there but with @Arjai on my tail I might need all the CPUs on WCG ;)
 
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I spotted that my points were down a few days ago and kept moving the reminder to check on "Project Cronus" ended up being that F@H wouldn't acquire new work until I rebooted the system.. Looks as though it gradually phased out adding work for all but the 2nd card for the last week..

Is this something I should be aware of with the linux F@H client?
 
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@BUCK NASTY , you're needed for a multi-gpu Linux question.
F@H has never been "set and forget" I really wonder if there was a small update to the F@H client that needed to be installed?
 
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I got 1.38 on first one. This one is much lower.
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I got 1.38 on first one. This one is much lower. View attachment 113976
Remind me what you got. My 2070 @ 2010 only does 1.0M on the 14124s but up to 1.3 on others. That rig runs two GPUs so band width is slightly limited.
Edit: Ups 2080 I can see. I'm sure that it have a few more MHz in it but there are a few of the new WUs that does dip in PPD on the my 2070.
 
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That translate into just sup 1M PPD @ 150-160 W and $359. Sweet. OK that is under Linux but stock so the PPD can be reached under Windows with a slight OC and an extra 5-10 W.
 
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If it does 1 mill I will be in for one. 2080 still doing between 1.1 and one 1.4. Getting way more 1.1. 980 Ti getting mostly around 470k with a few 580k. 970 getting consistant 330k. I was hoping for more ppd
 
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If it does 1 mill I will be in for one. 2080 still doing between 1.1 and one 1.4. Getting way more 1.1. 980 Ti getting mostly around 470k with a few 580k. 970 getting consistant 330k. I was hoping for more ppd
Maybe even 900K is a bit optimistic. My 2070 with +70 MHz does between 1022k (1417) and 1267k (14152) minus upload time.
 
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Video Card(s) ASUS GTX 970 mini
Storage Samsung 840 SSD, WD Black 1 TB
Display(s) ASUS VG248
Case Corsair mATX cube. (Alas they don't make it anymore)
Power Supply SilverStone SST-ST45SF-G 450 Watt
Mouse Logitech
Keyboard Logitech
Software Windows 10 64 ibit
Just switched to the TPU team. Only getting a humble 100K ppd approx from a GT 730, GTX 580 and i7 6800K, but will be adding a Tesla K10 to the fold next month (when it arrives). Hope to get a GTX 2080 (or Ti if it's a good year) this summer.
Welcome @debs3759 and thank you for joining our humble little team.
 
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System Name The work PC / Folder 1 & 2 /2700x on/of folder/2700x full time WCG
Processor W3670 3.7 GHz/ W3670 3.875 / 4790K 4.4/2x2700x stock
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD5/UD7/Maximum Hero/2xMSI X470 M7 AC
Cooling Custom WC/Noctua NH-D14/Noctua NH-D15/ 2xNH-U12S SE
Memory 6 GB A-Data/6 GB Mushkin /8 GB Corsair Vengance/2x16 GB XSkill Flare
Video Card(s) 2060 Z MSI/ 1070 ti + 2060 MSI / 2x2070 Z MSI/1070 X MSI
Storage 480 GB SSD / 480 GB SSD /480 GB SSD/2x250 GB SSD
Display(s) Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP
Case Corsair 800D / Fractel R4 /none/Lian test bench/NZXT 500 crap
Power Supply Enermax 87+ 600 W/ 700 W / AX 860/AX 860i/AX 760
Software WIN7 64 bit/Linux for AMD
Benchmark Scores Cherry pie at one point ;)
Just switched to the TPU team. Only getting a humble 100K ppd approx from a GT 730, GTX 580 and i7 6800K, but will be adding a Tesla K10 to the fold next month (when it arrives). Hope to get a GTX 2080 (or Ti if it's a good year) this summer.
Welcome @debs3759 . I don't think that FAH support the older Tesla any longer but give it a go and let us know. Source
 
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