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Scored a HIS factory OC'd HD7870 late last night for a good deal.

I will have to reaaaaaaaaaaaly start reading the multiple WU's for video cards. LOL

Should be a beast for crunching though. It should be here either Saturday or Monday. I guess it depends on the sellers ship time today.

Any instructions and information help on getting multiple Wu's working would be most appreciated for sure.

Thanks in advance,
Dano
Follow the instructions in the OP here with the app_info file from here. It's the one I'm using with success on the HD7770 for ~2x the PPD :)
 

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I just noticed that the clocks on my cards went back to stock; I must have rebooted at some point and didn't reapply in MSIab. So now they're back with the mild overclock @1000; we are going to need all the firepower we can get. :D
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@ t77snapshot: I posted that one in the "have you got pie today?" thread ;)

Personalised piece of pie I got:
 
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It said I had 3 days of runtime in one day yesterday, how does that work?
Also been running 24/7 for 40 days now :D
thinking of beginning to overclock (got a 1055T), but it hasn't gone well in the past for me
 

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It said I had 3 days of runtime in one day yesterday, how does that work?
Also been running 24/7 for 40 days now :D
thinking of beginning to overclock (got a 1055T), but it hasn't gone well in the past for me
Very easy. Each CPU thread can get up to one day of runtime a day (by running full force). Thus, your AMD X6 can (theoretically) do up to 6 days of runtime a day. In actuality, it will be a bit lower (due to other things that have to run on the computer). In this way, I pull down a bit over a month of runtime a day (with my 38 threads).
 
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Same clock @ stock as the 8150 overclocked- going to leave it here for a few days to make sure all is well and then I'll give it a go @4.4Ghz

Running at least 5C cooler and the AS5 still needs to break-in
Already running? Great! :toast:
I'd like to see how many ppd it brings.
 

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So I'm looking to build a low-end ITX gaming system in the Elite 120 from sneekypeet and I'm trying to finalize what to get. For $90 from Newegg, I can get a BIOSTAR board with a 1.1GHz Sandy Bridge Celeron and 8GB of free DDR3. My other alternative is a Pentium DC ~3GHz, which would be ~$75, and then a $85 Asus motherboard. I think I'll go with this--the CPU would be enormously faster, even if it is more expensive. I'm trying to secure an i5-2500k--Microcenter has them on sale for $100 ATM, but I'd have to find someone who could ship me one (the nearest Microcenter for me is about 7 hours). Either way, I'd probably use an 8800GTS G92 or similar--not great, but good enough for a system that I can take and use with friends. The thought is I'll also throw a 1TB HDD in it and use it for storing stuff as well. I'll keep you guys posted on what I decide :)
 

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So I'm looking to build a low-end ITX gaming system in the Elite 120 from sneekypeet and I'm trying to finalize what to get. For $90 from Newegg, I can get a BIOSTAR board with a 1.1GHz Sandy Bridge Celeron and 8GB of free DDR3. My other alternative is a Pentium DC ~3GHz, which would be ~$75, and then a $85 Asus motherboard. I think I'll go with this--the CPU would be enormously faster, even if it is more expensive. I'm trying to secure an i5-2500k--Microcenter has them on sale for $100 ATM, but I'd have to find someone who could ship me one (the nearest Microcenter for me is about 7 hours). Either way, I'd probably use an 8800GTS G92 or similar--not great, but good enough for a system that I can take and use with friends. The thought is I'll also throw a 1TB HDD in it and use it for storing stuff as well. I'll keep you guys posted on what I decide :)
Try a Biostar A880GZ with a PII Quad (or FX-4100/6100) and a 6670 or 7770 gpu- those pieces will make a nice little game box :cool:
 

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Try a Biostar A880GZ with a PII Quad (or FX-4100/6100) and a 6670 or 7770 gpu- those pieces will make a nice little game box :cool:
The problem is, those are both uATX boards--the case is an ITX. And I think an ITX system would be fun--if I just wanted uATX, I'd get a Fractal Desin Core 1000 and stuff the i7-860 in it. With the Elite 120, the system would be half the size.

I may also just steal one of the HD7770s from the i7-920--it would be cheaper than buying an 8800GTS G92 (although I would lose out on the folding capability).

Thanks though :)
 

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There were several people int he 2500K deals thread offering to buy for people.
 
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Iv still got my 3x core working away just waiting on that 7770 to complete this little cruncher!:rockout:
 

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The problem is, those are both uATX boards--the case is an ITX. And I think an ITX system would be fun--if I just wanted uATX, I'd get a Fractal Desin Core 1000 and stuff the i7-860 in it. With the Elite 120, the system would be half the size.

I may also just steal one of the HD7770s from the i7-920--it would be cheaper than buying an 8800GTS G92 (although I would lose out on the folding capability).

Thanks though :)
My bad :eek: Thought that case was uATX....


Iv still got my 3x core working away just waiting on that 7770 to complete this little cruncher!:rockout:
Moar power! :rockout:

FYI- you earned your cruncher badge and you can add it your signature if you like ;)
 
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Follow the instructions in the OP here with the app_info file from here. It's the one I'm using with success on the HD7770 for ~2x the PPD :)
Thanks [Ion]!!!!

However, if you knew me you would realize I don't follow directions very well. :roll:
 

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There were several people int he 2500K deals thread offering to buy for people.
That's what I figure I'll do. It seems like it would be worth it vs a PentDC.

EDIT:
Thanks [Ion]!!!!

However, if you knew me you would realize I don't follow directions very well. :roll:
It's worth it--I couldn't get it to work until I followed those ;)
 
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Processor Intel Core i5-750 @ 2.66 GHz / i5-3570K @ 3.4 GHz
Motherboard Dell Stock H55 / ASUS P8Z77-VLK
Cooling Stock
Memory Hynix 8GB DDR3-1333 / Kingston HyperX Blu Black 8 GB DDR3-1600
Video Card(s) MSI Radeon HD 7770 / EVGA GTX 560 Superclocked
Storage 1TB Western Digital Caviar Black / 128 GB Crucial m4 + 2TB Seagate Barracuda
Display(s) Samsung 19'' LCD / Dell 24'' LCD
Case Dell Studio XPS 8100 / Bitfenix Merc Alpha
Audio Device(s) Realtek Integrated
Power Supply Dell Stock 350W / OCZ ModXStream 700W
Benchmark Scores Dell Keyboard + Dell Mouse / Azio Levetron Clicker + Razer Lachesis
Yay cake (pie)! :D
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System Name Freeman's Box (HL2 mod)
Processor Intel core i7 860 @ 3.6Ghz
Motherboard Asus Maximus III Formula P55
Cooling ApogeeXT/EK pump/ 140 rad x2
Memory Kingston HyperX 2166 8Gb
Video Card(s) Evga SSC GTX 970 4Gb
Storage SSD 840 250Gb, WD 640Gb
Display(s) 32" Samsung SyncMaster
Case NZXT Tempest Case
Audio Device(s) Creative SupremeFX
Power Supply Corsair TX 750W
Mouse Razer DeathAdder
Keyboard Razer Tarantula
Software Win.7 Home Prem. x64
Benchmark Scores Good enough ;)
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