Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Feb 20, 2009.
one day im going to make a come back. you you guys will need to start sweating. mark my words.
Solaris17 I sure hope so buddy. I for one will give up my spot to you.
That's the spirit!!!! Go hardware happy and smurf-it!!!
Click the show all task bar.
Hit "Show All Tasks" (in the pane in the right)
you can always break out the wcg boinc K-Y gel Mad. Might lube things up a bit!
that's the issue.... you're only showing the work that's running
You guys really know how to make one feel like an idiot. That was the problem and I didn't even notice it. I actually know about that too and it didn't even once pass through my head to check that. Greta work on spotting that.
You Can't think of everything. This is why we stick together!
That right buddy. You guys are here to help us mentally challenged team members.
I fit right into that demographic! It's why I drink beer!
The 1090T is still down. I seem to have got it solid at 3625MHz and 1.35v, but now I'm trying 3.7GHz at the same voltage. I can't understand why it gets so hot though... 61c at 3.7ghz 1.35v using my big typhoon... o_0
I was playing with one of my 1055t's yesterday and it was hitting 55c @ 3.3GHZ with a hyper 212+ in push pull.
The 95w or the 125w one?
My 1045T (3.12Ghz,2400 NB, 1920 HT, and 1600Mhz on the memory) maxes out at 54C with a stock heatpipe cooler on it (50-52C most of the time). May try to get the clocks up some more when I change the cooler on it...
the one I was playing with is the 125w one. I need to check the other one and see what it is.
What's kind of neat is that you have one of each.
Would be interesting to see how they perform at the same overclocks (heat, stability, WCG output, etc...)
Not sure what the other one is yet. I will check in a minute. wifey is playing on it right now.
Although I am curious about the hows and whys...
I'm at university, and electricity is included in our dorm bill
Well, for me it is included in the dorm bill too, but I still need to pay it. If I use more than a projected amount I need to pay an additional fee, if I pay less than p[rojected I get some money back.
That's not how it is here, there's a flat fee regardless of how much I use. Makes it easy to justify running even older systems.
Relaxed. How much do you pay monthly for the room if I may ask? I pay 328 euro (412,53 USD) per month including heating, water, electricity and internet.
Going by cpuz both are 125w version. I have to pull the heatsink and double check the numbers on both to make sure.
Sisoft Sandra may be able to tell the difference or see if the cpu part number shows in the BIOS or POST screens.
1090T supposedly stabilized at 3712MHz at 1.35v. I'm coming back to the top 20 soon, maybe not today, but tomorrow for sure.
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