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Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. [Ion]

    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Shoot me a PM if you need help, I've had a bit more experience with my P7P55D Pro. I found that 4ghz was pretty easy, but ran hot. Higher was obtainable, but it was quickly reaching the limits of diminishing return :eek:
     
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  2. ERazer

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    well i guess ill let my i3 540 crunch till some1 buy my ud3, running 4.2ghz @ 54c lol with mega
     
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    anyone else having issues getting and sending WUs?
     
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    servers is down i think
     
  5. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    I have opted to water cool both rigs so I can sleep at night bro, my room is just too loud with everything running. WCG/F@H/DNETC@HOME. Yeah, it got crazy!
     
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    Don't blame you dude. It's why I run "silent" fans for the most part, other than what's on my CPU cooler/ directly behind it.

    I'm in the middle of replacing the fan on my AC L2 pro. The 92mm fan and I had a disagreement. :( I'm thinking a 120mmx20mm fan would be great. Plus it gives me an excuse to order stuff like a new mouse, etc.
     
  7. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    That's what I do, go buy one thing, but just feel the need to make the shipping worth it, so order a whole bunch of stuff :laugh:
     
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    Yeah turns out they were down, but they are back up. Crazy cause I have a 2 day WU buffer and I was almost out of work?!
     
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    The sad part is when the power goes out and you sleep in the dark with no sound from any rig.
     
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    ^ I hear you, that silence is very eerie
     
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    Yeah, I have to have my rig on to sleep. Funny as that sounds. If I don't have it on I have to turn on a floor fan or something. As without white noise of some sort I can't sleep a wink. :(
     
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    Yep think it becomes a habit. Noise is easy to accostum to. I had a room fan blowing all summer and despite the noise slept fine. It's the heat that gets you though. Too much dry air and you wake up with a headache or dry mouth.
     
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    QFTMFT. I have to deal with this nearly everyday during the summer. I HATE it.

    That is all :laugh:
     
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    Yup happens to me all the time. Sun hits my room in the morning and BAM! Dry mouth. :(
     
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    Same thing here, window faces the rising sun and BLAMO! :roll: but its really not funny :(
     
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    Same here. I need some fan noise, whether it's from my computer, or another fan. No noise = very little sleep = bad :shadedshu
     
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    Yeah, very little sleep = me in a bad mood at work. :(
     
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    My i7 is back in the crunching camp. I got 16.3 points/hour for my first WU but the other part got 121.1. If I could get that (the 121) it would equal 23.250 PPD.:respect:

    [​IMG]
     
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    Got my Dell 2001FP working today, $40 for the screen and $16 for it's power supply ain't bad at all. (Goodwill couldn't test it, so they labeled it low.)

    Anyways... I have a great condition Dell E173FP 17" LCD someone may purchase for $32 plus $10-15 for shipping. Power and VGA cable included.
     
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    I just cutted off the IHS on my 939 3800+ x2 E6, in my secondary cruncher... before doing that, the cores were at 60/48, at 1.4 , now, they are at 52/50 under full load, at 1.47 so somewhat evened out, and better temps! :D The TIM that was under the IHS, had a half plastic,half laquer-like consistency, and was barely good, by any means.:laugh:
     
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    Wow, that's incredible!
    That must be a nice change from the 17"
    I'm fed up with the 19" I have, so I'm ordering a 24" tonight :D
     
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    small issue im sure you guys can help me here. Trying to get WCG running on my xeon

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    Athlon did you run it before with 7 cores and then delete the work before finnishing it? I think that your CPU have to proof that it works OK before WGC sends out new WU. A workaround to wait a day (reached daily quota of 8 results) would be to delete WGC and make a new install.

    Edit: nice benchmark results btw. I only got 3759 / 12159 @ 4.095 GHz

    I use 6.11.4 (beta)
     
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    I noticed my 1055T wasn't returning the norm.. So, I VNCed to it and found it had WU's hung saying UPLOADING.. I stopped the serves and restarted and everything is back to normal.

    I maybe going on a small vacation(4days), but I'll leave everything on! :toast:
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Thank you :respect:
     
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