Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by loonym, Apr 29, 2009.
Up a little bit more today--let's see what we can do!
Gasadalur, Faroe Islands, Denmark:
We did pretty well yesterday--now let's see if we can do better!
New Brunswick, Canada:
Not such a bad day at all!
From Chichi Mountain, Maui:
Pretty much on par with yesterday--certainly not a bad achievement at all!
Yedi Goller (Seven Lakes), Turkey:
Good work today guys!
The Spyglass Peak, by our very own james888!
Great job Team!!!
Can't see the pic? FYI- try the lower res version:
*Edit seems OK now...
Well, what can I say about this photo?
Mmmm... not much. This should be enough :
Not our best day but also certainly not our worst! But let's see if we can push higher over the next few days!
Another one for Vinska; Kurtuvėnai, Lithuania
Great work tonight---you guys really pulled through for an awesome end of the week!
Something a bit more SFW than Bill's post; Beak Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park:
Even Vulkan's rather phenomenal numbers weren't enough to keep our numbers up where they were--such is life, I suppose. We can do better though!
Great work tonight ladies and gentlemen!
Morraine Lake, Alberta:
Heh I've hardly been active at all lately. I went from having an i7 920 and 1090T to just a q6600 that still needs tamed. Maybe in the future the q6600 will become the second system I'll have a skylake as a primary, or whatever will be using DDR4 once it matures.
We do what we can. If all you can do right now is run a C2Q, there's nothing wrong with that and I admire that you're crunching on it
Well... I will once I get the thing stabilized. I'm trying to run at 400x9 for 3.6GHz, 1.45v (set in BIOS). I've read a lot about how this FSB termination voltage/CPU VTT or the 4324 other names it comes up as has a lot to do when getting into these higher speeds. So far by raising it little by little I've gotten OCCT to survive for a little over an hour instead of 10 minutes. Once that clears I'll probably leave it at that. 3.8GHz might be a possibility but that's about the top end of these chips and it takes some serious voltage to get there... I'm afraid running it like that will cause it to degrade quickly. Even if I don't keep it for very long as my primary I still want it around as a secondary.
Superfabulous job guys, the best we've done in about a month! Three million tomorrow? ;respect:
The Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland:
Thanks for using the picture. It is the best my amateur photography have produced. I did not tell Norton, but for anyone interested it is a picture from spyglass peak, on top of an old fire watchtower.
Like Norton, I somehow got...delayed....but I think that numbers like this make up for it! Nearly 3.2 million, and in the heat of the summer as well!
it's strange to see these score without the GPU now xD
Well, at the peak of the GPU WUs, we were doing 28m many days, but it's still a damn fine thing to see
Once more, so close to three million points!
And, we beat the "filthy Communists" (Russia & China)
Ubari Oasis, Libya:
Awww yeah, what an amazing day guys!
Everglades National Park, Florida:
Not quite three million unfortunately, but quite close!
The Northern Lights:
I think there is something changed since 2 weeks about the WU, I went from 7300ppd to 8900ppd
Guys, I'm quite sorry about missing the Daily Numbers the past few days. I've been quite busy getting ready for school, but now I'm settled in, so things should get more consistent again for me
Certainly not our best day, but we have room for improvement and I'm sure that we'll be able to improve over the coming days
A different shot of one of my favorite scenes--Crater Lake, Oregon:
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