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Folding for DIY-Street - Team: DIY-Street - Team #45454 (disease)

  

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    • because Angry has a straight-flush and you only got 2 pair
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    • other (please post...I don't know what else to fold for besides aliens/disease)
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ST56ZF? Yeah, loudest F%^&ing thing ever.

 

EDIT: oh, you have a 65... the 56 is louder, I know because I've got one. I currently rate my Ultra PSUs higher because of the noise.

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Alright guys... the heat in this room is too much... it's topping 90F everyday and I suspect it hits 95F in the middle of the day when I'm not here. I'm going to run each computer through one WU and then shut it down for a day or two just to manage the heat output.

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I take it that you don't have air conditioning, eh?

 

I got the ST60F and it's pretty quiet, then again the original 120mm fan seized up on me and I replaced it with a TT1225 a month ago.

 

The ST65F has an 80mm fan, right? Might wanna consider switching the fan out if you're past warranty anyway.

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Dutch Power Cows is team 92 and ranked 19th.

 

Frame rate is going to depends on what job you have and what your clock is.

 

What client are you running? Win SMP, SMP for Linux, Win Graphical client, etc….

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Alright guys... the heat in this room is too much... it's topping 90F everyday and I suspect it hits 95F in the middle of the day when I'm not here. I'm going to run each computer through one WU and then shut it down for a day or two just to manage the heat output.

 

Careful, I'll catch you up with my newly GGG OC'd AMD ^^

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Dutch Power Cows is team 92 and ranked 19th.

 

Frame rate is going to depends on what job you have and what your clock is.

 

What client are you running? Win SMP, SMP for Linux, Win Graphical client, etc….

 

no idea.

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Diff,

 

Judging from your sig your clock is @2.5 GHz. Maybe a little slow for SMP. Try the Windows Graphical client then you can get the hang of some folding.

 

Get it here.

 

Type in your user name Diff_lock and Team # 45454 when prompt.

 

Take the defaults on the rest on the setup.

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A BIG Congratulations to fellow folders;

 

 

synergymus for breaking 800K

 

mklint000 for breaking 600K

 

Kingfisher for breaking 100K

 

 

Well we need to do some recruiting because we seem to have lost Thraxz.

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I've got a question - I upped my o/c a little, ~200mhz, lost 5mhz of memory speed, yet the time per % barely moved. working off of a 2610 project

04:38:34] Completed 117823 out of 500000 steps (23 percent)

04:38:35] Extra SSE boost OK.

04:49:38] Writing local files

04:49:38] Completed 120000 out of 500000 steps (24 percent)

05:17:52] Writing local files

05:17:53] Completed 125000 out of 500000 steps (25 percent)

05:46:15] Writing local files

05:46:16] Completed 130000 out of 500000 steps (26 percent)

06:15:20] Writing local files

06:15:20] Completed 135000 out of 500000 steps (27 percent)

06:44:40] Writing local files

06:44:41] Completed 140000 out of 500000 steps (28 percent)

07:13:17] Writing local files

07:13:18] Completed 145000 out of 500000 steps (29 percent)

07:41:23] Writing local files

07:41:23] Completed 150000 out of 500000 steps (30 percent)

08:09:30] Writing local files

 

This was overnight, nothing else in use that might have increased the time. Any idea why it would have little to no effect? If anything, it changed by < 1.5 minutes.

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Has anyone had this error before, and might know what causes it? I've gotten it on 2-3 projects in a row. the current unit has almost finished, so I wonder if its just on a certain project, or my system. Nothing reported by MBM5 is abnormal at the time of error.

 

[22:32:10] in: ProteinExtra SSE boost OK.

[22:32:10]

[22:32:10] Extra SSE boost OK.

[22:32:11] Writing local files

[22:32:11] Completed 0 out of 1000000 steps (0 percent)

[22:50:10] Writing local files

[22:50:10] Completed 10000 out of 1000000 steps (1 percent)

[23:08:09] Writing local files

[23:08:09] Completed 20000 out of 1000000 steps (2 percent)

[23:26:06] Writing local files

[23:26:06] Completed 30000 out of 1000000 steps (3 percent)

[23:44:03] Writing local files

[23:44:04] Completed 40000 out of 1000000 steps (4 percent)

[02:52:06] At least 3 hours since checkpoint written...

[02:52:06]

[02:52:06] [email protected] Core Shutdown: EARLY_UNIT_END

[02:52:06]

[02:52:06] [email protected] Core Shutdown: EARLY_UNIT_END

[02:52:09] CoreStatus = 7B (123)

[02:52:09] Client-core communications error: ERROR 0x7b

[02:52:09] Deleting current work unit & continuing...

[02:54:13] - Preparing to get new work unit...

[02:54:13] + Attempting to get work packet

[02:54:13] - Connecting to assignment server

[02:54:13] - Successful: assigned to (171.64.65.56).

[02:54:13] + News From [email protected]: Welcome to [email protected]

[02:54:13] Loaded queue successfully.

[02:54:24] + Closed connections

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