Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.
Should be much cooler. My MB did the same thing to my Phenom
That's good HAT. Especially since the rig is running full load all the time, running cooler would really help it out
Well it was already really cool to start with. I lapped the processor and the heatsink and coretemp reported like 27c on linpack (even though there's no actual temp sensor for the core, it defaults to the socket temp). Right now it says 16c and it's been running wcg forever
I'm more happy about the power consumption. This board is a 95w max board, so the lower the volts I can run the cpu at the better.
My main rig will be down the rest of the day, I just got my replacement CPU for my cruncher and I'm going to be testing it out. I'm hoping that it unlocks and OC's like mine.
Is that your 7750BE @ 3,00 GHz that runs at 16 degree C? Is it outside or in dry ice?
Fck'n A, it unlocks and is stable at stock frequencies/voltages!
Now on too OC'ing to see what she can do!
No, it's just lapped and my cooler is lapped, and I have a proper thermal paste application.
It's not the temperature of the cpu core, it's the cpu socket temp.
NOICE!! More crunching powah !!!!!!
Voltage changes on its own?
For some reason, when stability testing (I noticed it while running Linx) my voltage changes on it's own. I have it set to 1.275 in the BIOS, and Coretemp will show it at 1.275v when it first loads up... but after running Linx for a while, it starts reading it as 1.325v... CPU-Z does it as well, it reads 1.280v on startup, but it goes to 1.328v after running Linx for a while. What's up?
your mosfets probabply heat up, or your PSU. i saw it many times during crunching, when my average temperature was too high. it also could be just the board overvolting during load. pretty normal tho.
Well, I did it again, but this time with 1.325v set in the bios. Coretemp did not move from 1.325v, but Cpuz fluctuated between 1.328v and 1.360v depending on if it was loaded or not.
I forgot to mention that even after Linx was long done running, Coretemp and CPU-Z were still showing 1.325v, even though they were showing 1.275v origionally.
Good job man, crunch hard!
overvolting is normal only when a bit, not that much. I'd say leakage, keep the mosfets cooler if possible. Either that or a false reading.
The mosfets should be cooler than they were before. 1.275v is a lot less than 1.325v. When I run it at 1.325v it doesn't jump in coretemp, but when I run it at 1.275v it jumps back up to 1.325v after running OCCT Linpack or LinX. It doesn't do it while running WCG though.
Sorry I'm at work an on my phone. Does your board have cooler on MOSFETS?
i got a question. for the WCG button on ur sig where do the points that u need come from as in which site? According to my WCG stats im at 100k points but BOINC STATS and other site show me as 14k. Which is the one u guys go by?
DC stats. Once you get to 100K there you are able to add the badge.
Nope, bare mosfets. But it doesn't make sense that it jumps from 1.275v in coretemp to 1.325v, but if I set it to 1.325v that it doesn't budge.
There is a factor 7 between these two stats, sadly we have to work hard to get our bagdes
i understand the hard work i was just confused about the numbers. :O
Yeah it confuses a lot of people, so for the badge its 700k WCG points which is equivalent to 100K BOINC.
I say we should have different WCG badges just like the Folding ones
I get what you mean now. Hmmmm, maybe something in your BIOS is causing that?
Doubt it... i dunno why it would..
beats me man, could just be a false reading though.
Where has ION been?
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