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Yupp:)
But it was not returning any WU's for 5,5 hrs so that's a loss of about 3500 boinc pts:shadedshu
Damn :(

On the other hand, I had no net all day today neither, only a bit in the AM. Got Comcast coming out for a 3rd time on Thursday. I went outside myself and followed the line all the way to where some box thing is. Just wiggled the connection and now I have net. I'll make sure to point that out to the tech. Hope it stays working this time.
 

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Damn CP! that sucks man. Last week I was down as well. It was the line from the house to the pole. Hopefully you get it taken care of man.
 
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Speaking about down.....Free Dc is just that :(
 

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I sure hope so too stinger, sucks. I'm also used to browsing with my phone on my network. (WIFI) so with no net I have to use just the regular ATT Network, so agonizing.
 
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Anyone knows Free-DC's IP-adress I think they have DNS trouble, I'm getting not found atm.
 

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Anyone knows Free-DC's IP-adress I think they have DNS trouble, I'm getting not found atm.
Not found here neither. :(
 
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Indeed, I can't see how badly you and F150 slaughter the pie :laugh:
 
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Just got my WCG nrs. from their site and it looks like the switch to the 64-bit client is paying off good, still improving on my highest score 372k WCG pts today.:toast:

Here's some results from the SR-2's:D
Cruncher1:

Cruncher4:


Now I wat to see F150's numbers on that monster rig of his:)

Sorry for DP but Free-DC is back :D
 
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Just got my WCG nrs. from their site and it looks like the switch to the 64-bit client is paying off good, still improving on my highest score 372k WCG pts today.:toast:

Here's some results from the SR-2's:D
Cruncher1:
http://img.techpowerup.org/120130/Cruncher1.jpg
Cruncher4:
http://img.techpowerup.org/120130/Cruncher4.jpg

Now I wat to see F150's numbers on that monster rig of his:)
Just go to his boinc stats page and then look for the entry for "active hosts"

http://boincstats.com/stats/user_graph.php?pr=wcg&id=756415



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I just put in a bid on a couple 6 core xeons. With a little luck, I build a new rig for a couple hundred more than what a 3930 would have cost me. But it's still early so we'll see.
 

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Just got my WCG nrs. from their site and it looks like the switch to the 64-bit client is paying off good, still improving on my highest score 372k WCG pts today.:toast:

Here's some results from the SR-2's:D
Cruncher1:
http://img.techpowerup.org/120130/Cruncher1.jpg
Cruncher4:
http://img.techpowerup.org/120130/Cruncher4.jpg

Now I wat to see F150's numbers on that monster rig of his:)

Sorry for DP but Free-DC is back :D
What DP? :p

I just put in a bid on a couple 6 core xeons. With a little luck, I build a new rig for a couple hundred more than what a 3930 would have cost me. But it's still early so we'll see.
Keep us posted man, good luck :toast:
 
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Anyone else getting a lot of errors on "Go fight against malaria" project?

 
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Edit: but all the WUs from my i920 got detached just ½ hour ago. Happend before and I never investigated it. I might do now.
 
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I got the 2 hex-core E5645's. Anyone want to recommend a good 1366 server board?
SR2 is about the best one for OCing I would assume
 
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If not that, Supermicro has some good mobos.
 
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I went with a traditional server board so I probably won't be a threat to f150 anytime soon. The SR2 board was too expensive and I needed something right away so I could test the chips. Ebay holds payment now on a lot of seller accts until you give them positive feedback, and having been on the short end of that rule, I wanted to be able to test the chips right away.

In hindsight, that probably wasn't a great idea even with board costing nearly $600 since I spent about that on the server board, registered dram and an EPS powersupply - plus 2 coolers. And that was cheaping out on almost everything. I did go for the 4gig sticks and a 80plus Antec, 620w psu so I didn't totally cheap out.

However I have my scouts looking for another nice pair of hexes so we'll see what develops after I get this puppy cranked up.

edit - Oh, about not being a threat.



Hey, I can dream. :D
 
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I went with a traditional server board so I probably won't be a threat to f150 anytime soon. The SR2 board was too expensive and I needed something right away so I could test the chips. Ebay holds payment now on a lot of seller accts until you give them positive feedback, and having been on the short end of that rule, I wanted to be able to test the chips right away.

In hindsight, that probably wasn't a great idea even with board costing nearly $600 since I spent about that on the server board, registered dram and an EPS powersupply - plus 2 coolers. And that was cheaping out on almost everything. I did go for the 4gig sticks and a 80plus Antec, 620w psu so I didn't totally cheap out.

However I have my scouts looking for another nice pair of hexes so we'll see what develops after I get this puppy cranked up.

edit - Oh, about not being a threat.

http://chzmemebase.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/memes-soon.jpg

Hey, I can dream. :D
The board seems to support desktop RAM, could have saved a little there. But server parts retain value so not a big deal.

Looks like a good combo, absolutely must post pics once you're done! I think you're looking at a solid 8K more or less with just over 230W. Slightly more efficient than the 3930K you were originally (IIRC) thinking of getting
 
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The board seems to support desktop RAM, could have saved a little there. But server parts retain value so not a big deal.

Looks like a good combo, absolutely must post pics once you're done! I think you're looking at a solid 8K more or less with just over 230W. Slightly more efficient than the 3930K you were originally (IIRC) thinking of getting
Thanks for that info. It makes me feel a little better. :)

I'm still a little fuzzy on the whole unregistered, unbuffered thing. So I went by the list of supported memory. Of course that's never up to date or complete. I also had in mind that I'm using a low end m/b - only 6 slots total - and I couldn't really expect that any fack would be cut or any slucks would be given.

Technically, what I bought isn't even in the list, but the model number is so close I figured, fine, shoot me if I'm wrong - which I may well do myself before this project is over. I'm kidding of course but I still screw things up doing a simple desktop build and this will be my first server. :eek::eek::eek: So I'm trying, hoping to leave as little to chance as possible. Plus, I had a cheaper set in my basket and I my sweaty finger was poised over the enter key when I noticed that the egg was trying to sucker me into buying just one set. Apparently during the 5 minutes it took me to get around to checking out someone jacked the other set(s). WTFFFFF? :wtf: Which, you know, is like . . . bullshit. I mean who actually buys a 1P server - right? Am I right? :eek:

Anyway, it's done. The money is gone. With luck, the parts are in the . . .