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while this is true the Celeron 430 is based on the core(or core 2) architecture as is the e2140
ah thanks for sharing that knowledge, i didnt knew! :)
I guess im not that knowing regarding Intel procs :D
 

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Thanks for that list! Running Milkyway@home now. :toast:
Did the same thing then I noticed one of my CPU cores were being used for that instead as well. I then took it off. Rather it crunching for diseases then helping a GPU map the galaxy that I will not see in my lifetime.
 

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Damn,

After finding my 3rd rig locked up, according to the SMART test on speedfan, the HDD has "read error" So this HDD is completely borked? Nothing wants to open once it goes into windows.
Sounds like it's time for a new HDD :(
I don't know about that. My Celeron 430 got around 250 on the best days... I have a 2nd core now, but it's clocked a bit lower (2130MHz as opposed to 2.4GHz).
For your reference, this is what a 2ghz PentDC (E2180 IIRC) w/ WinXP gets:

Did the same thing then I noticed one of my CPU cores were being used for that instead as well. I then took it off. Rather it crunching for diseases then helping a GPU map the galaxy that I will not see in my lifetime.
Same here ;)
 
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Bad knews, dedicated cruncher is down. Having issues with it crashing all the time all of a sudden. Stock clocks don't solve the problem so no WU's will get done for a few days possibly :ohwell:

CP I'll check with you on facebook sometime, might need a help with that EVGA board's BIOS
 
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Bad knews, dedicated cruncher is down. Having issues with it crashing all the time all of a sudden. Stock clocks don't solve the problem so no WU's will get done for a few days possibly :ohwell:

CP I'll check with you on facebook sometime, might need a help with that EVGA board's BIOS
The one I sent ya? FUCK DUDE. Hit me up with the issue, hopefully we can get it going bro.
 

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That really sucks...that's the i7, right CP?

At least I got another PentDC going today, that'll help make up for it a bit :)

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Damn, why can't I get this every day? Nearly 200k points? Hell yeah!! :roll:
 

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Damn you had an awesome day! :rockout::rockout::rockout:
 

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Yeah...best ever by a very large margin too :D

I'm expecting most days to end up around ~120-130k WCG, although I think with the Mac Minis going I could get ~170k WCG most days (~25k BOINC) :)
 

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For your reference, this is what a 2ghz PentDC (E2180 IIRC) w/ WinXP gets:
Mine's clocked slightly higher. Your average there is ~510 BOINC per day... who knows what I may get. It's not a dedicated cruncher, it also hosts my Quake and Alien Swarm servers, and my magic jack phone.
 

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Mine's clocked slightly higher. Your average there is ~510 BOINC per day... who knows what I may get. It's not a dedicated cruncher, it also hosts my Quake and Alien Swarm servers, and my magic jack phone.
Yeah, so yours should get ~500-550. These aren't dedicated crunchers, they're also used for whatever students want to use them for. Everything from typing to video games when the teachers aren't looking :roll:
 
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Like to say welcome to Fishymachine and zugarot. Hope you like the team and stay. If you need info check ion's thread everything is there.
 
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Like to say welcome to Fishymachine and zugarot. Hope you like the team and stay. If you need info check ion's thread everything is there.
Welcome aboard fellas. If you guys need anything at all just shoot me a PM and I'll be more than glad to help you'll out. :toast:
 
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Is there anyway we can track people who rejoin the team? I compared the team list on WCG to Free-DC and there are a handful of people who have rejoined but aren't reflected in the Free-DC stats.
 

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Is there anyway we can track people who rejoin the team? I compared the team list on WCG to Free-DC and there are a handful of people who have rejoined but aren't reflected in the Free-DC stats.
What exactly do you mean?

IIRC, Free-DC will show you with whatever team you're currently a member of within 12-24 hours :)
 
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I'm with ION on this one. Mind elaborating twilyth?
 
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What exactly do you mean?

IIRC, Free-DC will show you with whatever team you're currently a member of within 12-24 hours :)
Let's say that I was a member of TPU for a couple months a year or two ago (which I was). But I leave for another team (which I did - sort of). When I come back, that won't show up anywhere in Free-dc - at least that I've been able to find. But the info is available. If you look at the team roster at WCG, you can see a person's original join date and then next to it, the date they rejoined (if applicable).
 
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OK, I made a mistake. The second date is when you retired - so ignore that part.

In that case, maybe the info isn't available.

Maybe I should write to phil at free-dc and see what he says about it being possible to capture that data or not.
 

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I think that WCG keeps that info private, but I wouldn't swear to it
 
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Is there any way to alter the way a project is done? I have MilkyWay@home and WCG running at the same time. I want to let MilkyWay only use the GPU so I have my CPU for WCG. I hope it's possible because I can't find an option to do so.
 

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Is there any way to alter the way a project is done? I have MilkyWay@home and WCG running at the same time. I want to let MilkyWay only use the GPU so I have my CPU for WCG. I hope it's possible because I can't find an option to do so.
If you go to the Milkyway site, in the preferences or whatever, there should be a box to untick that says "Use CPU" or something like that.

Oh, and I thought that this was amusing:
No2 on CP's overtake list is my dad:
 
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If you go to the Milkyway site, in the preferences or whatever, there should be a box to untick that says "Use CPU" or something like that.
Sweet, thanks for the quick reply, Ion!
 

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Not necessarily WCG-related, but I've run projects just on my GPUs before and have done that with success ;)
 
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I think that WCG keeps that info private, but I wouldn't swear to it
I can't see any reason why they would. They post "retired" dates under member status when you look up the list of team members on WCG.

Anyway, I wrote to phil to see if a) returning members are listed as "new" and b) if not, is it possible to get that information included in the stats.
 

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I'm a returning member, I came back to TPU from XS about 2 weeks ago, and I don't see myself as listed strangely.

BOINCStats, on the other hand, still lists me as 'new'....IIRC they do so for either a month or 60 days.
 
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I'm a returning member, I came back to TPU from XS about 2 weeks ago, and I don't see myself as listed strangely.

BOINCStats, on the other hand, still lists me as 'new'....IIRC they do so for either a month or 60 days.
You're there - 2010-11-03 - me too.

I don't know why I thought that it didn't show returning members. I think I got caught in one of my internal Mobius loops and faked myself out. I really need a programming upgrade - SOON! :shadedshu
 
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