Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.
no problem dude
My motivation ist on starvation route atm.
quad doesnt do real output, output is fucked:shadedshu
i believe i must kill some people here,so i can get their rigs crunching for me
You should be getting at least 2K ppd from your quad, I get 1.5-2k PPD from mine and yours is faster.
i crashes sometimes when im not there. always a freeze.between 24-48,as it likes it. if i cant get a new board, i will be mad within 2 Months:shadedshu
also it doenst run the 4 stable, even when that bastard should.. half an hour linx, but not even 30 minutes css? looser,i say:shadedshu
EDIT: the chip reboots because of low voltage,or it freezes. when i give lower volts,it simply reboots, if i add more volts, the freezes appear.
I don't know if this is normal, these numbers seem all over the place. I don't think the WU that only ran 1 hour is invalid, I haven't had any WUs fail on my Q9400 (ITX-PC) yet, and the BOINC client didn't report any errors. CMD is the only project where I experience completion times varying more than about 30-40 minutes on the same rig
Velvet back down on your overclock a bit. A lower but stable clock will put out much more points than a unstable higher clocked rig. Output in WCG is all about consistency dude. Keep that in mind.
everything ok today bro, you're under 1k so far today. That's well below your average I would say????
Even though I hate to back off of my overclock, I have to admit this is true. My numbers shot up once I backed down from 4.0ghz to 3.8ghz on all 3 of my i7s. The bonus is cooler temps too.
I have always been a advocate for moderate overclocks.......running 24/7 are better producers. Set and forget, no headaches
So you backed down 200MHz and your point output increace??
Well if I recall correctly his rigs will sometimes be found off when he got home, meaning instability. you can benchmark at 4.6 ghz lets say and say, if so 4.2 Ghz should easily be stable for 24/7. Its not that easy let me tell you, over 4ghz its hard to have a fully stable rig. it takes time, even if you have a great clocking CPU.
my E7200 is doing as much as it did when clocked to 3.2 Ghz. Now at stock settings.
close numbers so far for CP,Buck,Ion,onedub,velvet and, me
i'm sure the next update i will get ass raped by CP and buck
Excellent, looks like I'm having another productive day.
WCG is showing that this is my second highest day thusfar by points (and results)
its showing that this is my 3rd highest day. I have gotten alot more before...looks like CP and buck both left me behind on the last update but ion is still right on me. keep up the good work
My production today is pretty poor. With the change in my $ situation I think I might move to i7 this year, guess it depends on Christmas shopping really.
Yeah my last update was pretty good. Think it was 1,600 points
I brought down voltage for my 24/7 crunching settings.
used to be 1.341v
Nice CP, I'm jealous I have one D0 and she's on air right now until I get my modded Lian-Li PC-B70 top from PerformancePC
Thanks dude. It's been like that about two days, I'll try another notch lower till it crashes.
I need to move down south so I can buy up everything you upgrade.
Thanks bogmali. I gotta thank Paul for this, he sold me a god damn awesome piece of silicone man. How's your d0 doing on air?
My E2200 is being sent off to pasture to a life of Youtube, Internet browsing, and music (will be younger brother's computer). Looks like a Phenom 9650 Quad will be taking its place. WCG1 is being 99% replaced by mid next week, and the i7 may still be coming. Ridiculous (at least for me)
Probably means some Socket 754 parts will be added to the Crunchers helping Crunchers thread as well
So is the E2200 still going to crunching? (If not...:shadedshu)
Probably not since he never has his computer on more than 6hours a week. He would never meet deadlines!
I don't think its that bad a deal, drop 2 cores and 4 more take its place
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