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Benchmark Scores GTX 1080 please?
How do you guys even get this so many cores machines? I know how Ion got his, but how about you buck nasty?
I think Buck ordered at least one or both of the boards new and scoured various forums for cheap Opterons. I'll let him speak for himself, though. ;)

Buck, you had the Hyper 212s with the custom mounting hardware you made, right? I thought I remembered that from one of your threads, but it's too late for me to search for it right now lol.
 
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@James: Ebay or Craigslist, I suppose.
 
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What Mobo do you have? The 6128's should handle a hefty overclock(25%) with the right bios.
Supermicro Hsomething-F (can check after class) with the [H] BIOS on it. When I got the setup shipped down here from Norton it was at 2.2GHz or so and it would lock up under load when left for 24 hours or so---I downclocked it to stock and it's run stable since then.
 

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Sometime during last night WCG stoppeded crunching and the times on the WU's stood still.. The PC was responsive and allowed a reboot so I am guessing it wasn't a stability issue but maybe bionc just said to hell with it HAHA. It has been doing so good as of the past two or three days will 3K ppd and that is the highest I have seen since I built this POS.
 
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For those of you who forced CEP2-only workunits for the competition, here's a breakdown of the average points per hour of runtime for each project (and where to change it).

Code:
CEP2		150.11
FAAH		94.08
SNTS (int)	160.23
CCWP (int)	127.32
HFCC (int)	119.19
 
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Hey Team,

Now that the CEP2 challenge is done... is there any interest in joining up for the WCG 9th Birthday Challenge (11/16 thru 11/22) that SETI.Germany is sponsoring?

Links:
http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/forums/wcg/viewthread_thread,35626_lastpage,yes#lastpost

http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/team/challenge/viewTeamChallenge.do?challengeId=6195

We participated in prior years and we came very close, with the help of the GPU work, to winning last years WCG 8th Birthday Challenge (2nd place) :cool:

Link to the 8th Birthday Challenge results:
http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/team/challenge/viewTeamChallenge.do?challengeId=5312

Post your interest here first- I will start a planning thread if there is enough interest :)
 
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Hey Team,

Now that the CEP2 challenge is done... is there any interest in joining up for the WCG 9th Birthday Challenge (11/16 thru 11/22) that SETI.Germany is sponsoring?

Links:
http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/forums/wcg/viewthread_thread,35626_lastpage,yes#lastpost

http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/team/challenge/viewTeamChallenge.do?challengeId=6195

We participated in prior years and we came very close, with the help of the GPU work, to winning last years WCG 8th Birthday Challenge (2nd place) :cool:

Link to the 8th Birthday Challenge results:
http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/team/challenge/viewTeamChallenge.do?challengeId=5312

Post your interest here first- I will start a planning thread if there is enough interest :)
Which WU's are they running?
 

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I'm in with all the hardware I posses!

:toast::toast:
 

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:p:p:p Yea know me Norton, I'm in if its a go. :D

The bummer is, I had to part with one of my systems yesterday to be able to pay bills:cry::cry::cry:
 

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Hey Team,

Now that the CEP2 challenge is done... is there any interest in joining up for the WCG 9th Birthday Challenge (11/16 thru 11/22) that SETI.Germany is sponsoring?

Links:
http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/forums/wcg/viewthread_thread,35626_lastpage,yes#lastpost

http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/team/challenge/viewTeamChallenge.do?challengeId=6195

We participated in prior years and we came very close, with the help of the GPU work, to winning last years WCG 8th Birthday Challenge (2nd place) :cool:

Link to the 8th Birthday Challenge results:
http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/team/challenge/viewTeamChallenge.do?challengeId=5312

Post your interest here first- I will start a planning thread if there is enough interest :)
Gladly! I'll still be here at school, so I'll be in 100% as always :toast:

Maybe we'll even get a new project or even GPU stuff by then.


It turns out that my 3770k setup had locked up or something--but it's been restarted and is crunching again.
 
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Having some numbers issues myself. I suspect that it's due to sig rig running on an old, slow and mostly filled up 160GB drive at the moment. Any tips on moving WU data over on to a different drive? (Edit: I just remembered how to use Google.)
 
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why wont my crunching badge update to 4 stars? im averaging 9000 PPD and according to the stickied thread 8000 grants you 4 star.
 

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why wont my crunching badge update to 4 stars? im averaging 9000 PPD and according to the stickied thread 8000 grants you 4 star.
It might have been adjusted when we had GPU WU's
 
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it was left alone as far as i know, i also had 4 stars breifly earlier in the month
 

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it was left alone as far as i know, i also had 4 stars breifly earlier in the month
There weren't any changes in the formula. However, if you're close to a star it may come and go with the periodic daily updates (i.e. your 4th star may show after the pm or end of day update but could disappear in the am).
 

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So...the last couple days I've been dealing with my AMD rig, keeps rebooting info the BIOS screen. Tried all sorts of different settings. Its a Asrock 990FX Extreme 3 board. I've tried different RAM and that didn't help. Any ideas you guys have for me? Its not over clocked at all.
 

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So...the last couple days I've been dealing with my AMD rig, keeps rebooting info the BIOS screen. Tried all sorts of different settings. Its a Asrock 990FX Extreme 3 board. I've tried different RAM and that didn't help. Any ideas you guys have for me? Its not over clocked at all.
A lot of complaints @ewEgg on that board:
ASRock 990FX Extreme3 ATX AMD Motherboard with UEF...

Asrock does respond and supplies detailed things to try in the feedback section.... maybe look through there to see if others have same issue?

What psu are you using?
 

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A lot of complaints @ewEgg on that board:
ASRock 990FX Extreme3 ATX AMD Motherboard with UEF...

Asrock does respond and supplies detailed things to try in the feedback section.... maybe look through there to see if others have same issue?

What psu are you using?
Yeah, I bought it off a friend a mine, he RMA'ed it, they replaced the board and I got it off him for like $30, he had built a new PC by the time he got it back. PSU I believe is a Dell 450W I got from ION a while back, shouldn't be the issue, he ran it with much more power usage than I am.
 
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Yeah, I bought it off a friend a mine, he RMA'ed it, they replaced the board and I got it off him for like $30, he had built a new PC by the time he got it back. PSU I believe is a Dell 450W I got from ION a while back, shouldn't be the issue, he ran it with much more power usage than I am.
You checked the Event Viewer?

 

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End of the Drug Search for Leishmaniasis Phase 1

Category: Drug Search for Leishmaniasis
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Summary
A big thank-you from the research team as the Drug Search for Leishmaniasis project analyzes the results from grid computations.


A successful collaboration
For the past two years, World Community Grid members have been helping a research team from the University of Antioquia in Medellí*n, Colombia, simulate chemical compounds to see which ones might bind to key proteins in the Leishmania parasite. This is a crucial first step in developing a better treatment for this neglected tropical disease, which affects millions of people each year but gets very little research attention.

Thanks to the computing power you provided, the chemical binding simulations were completed earlier this year. The researchers have already started combing through the 7 TB of raw data provided by World Community Grid volunteers, to determine which of the potential molecules might become the basis for practical treatments. As Dr. Carlos Muskus explained in his recent forum posts, the analysis of the raw data has already revealed several promising compounds, and the next step is to complete the analysis phase and secure funding for in-vitro testing. Therefore, we can officially close Phase 1 of the Drug Search for Leishmaniasis project on World Community Grid.

The researchers send their thanks to the over 120,000 World Community Grid members who participated in this project. Together, you donated over 37,000 years of computing time and carried out almost 60 million calculations for this project. With your help, the researchers were able to analyze their original proteins, add several new proteins to the list of targets, and still cut the required completion time by more than 100-fold. Depending on the results of their work over the next several months, a second phase of the project may be started next year.

What you can do next
Current volunteers can continue to support projects that still need your help. Please log in to your My Projects page, review your project selections and make sure you have at least one active project selected. Better yet, consider checking the two boxes on your My Projects page: one that allows you to receive work from other projects if no work is available for the projects you selected, and one that opts you in to new projects as they become available.
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