Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.
I needed to stack 300 more points on top
I WANT MY PIE
OK guys, I'm wondering if I'm doing something wrong with settings. I'm currently running a i7 920 at 3.0ghz 12 hours per day, and a Q6600, 5000BE and e2140 24/7 at 60%, yet I only had 2300 points from yesterday? That just doesn't seem right.
Are any/all of those systems backlogged with work to report (force update to fix)? Also, you don't get any points until they are validated.
that what makes you who you are D
So I can't seem to get F@H working :shadedshu
My quad's coming for a piece of this supposed pie.....
What's the issue? Is it about the "server" connection?
I know what you are doing wrong you are not running at 100% and 24/7 I just love that smiley
OK I've had quite a few of those. Reconfigure your client and start with smaller projects and see if you can connect. When you get to this part:
select "Small". If it still doesn't work, reconfigure again and choose either normal or big. One of those will eventually work
Ya but I can't even get to that part. Not sure what I did wrong....bucknasty's tutorial isn't very clear...or maybe I'm just screwed in the head.
OK I'm starting to pollute this WCG thread with some F@H stuff, I will post on the F@H side to help you get back to folding
Link me please?
I gotz pie!
Noob question here, but is my CPU usage really supposed to jump from 100 to 11 then back up to 85 or is it just supposed to use a certain percent? I know it only uses idle CPU power but damn thats a hell of a jump around.
Yeah it jumps quite a lot lol. Set it to 100% usage and it will stay at 100%
How do you set a specific ususage?
NVM, answered my own question.
That pic is kick ass!
Anyone got any ideas how to make my HDDs quieter? Ever since I changed cases, I hear the HDDs scanning all the time (presumably BOINC is causing it). It is driving me nutty.
Really dont know what to tell you, I dont see a lot of HDD activity on my rig while crunching to be honest. Hardly any at all. Anyhow my fans on the rad won't let me hear the HDD.
I don't mind it when it is loading something but when it is just a little bit here and there, it annoys me for some reason. This new case seems to be amplifying their sound. My old case, I couldn't hear them at all unless the side was off. Maybe one of my HDDs is about to die?
If it is going to die, I hope it dies soon. It is still inside of Seagate's 5 year warranty.
I believe an application called Speedfan has like a HDD diagnostic test where it tells you how many times its cycled on and off etc and it compares it to other results. Then it gathers the info and tells you compared to others if its good or not. Doesn't mean s**t but it can more or less give you a clue if its bad or not.
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