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post #1331 of 2320 Old 06-23-2012, 12:11 PM - Thread Starter
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The 7950 is eligible.

 

We're considering adding 3820, but were trying to get more PPD results: http://www.overclock.net/t/1262030/ocn-team-competition-needs-ppd-numbers-for-sb-e-3820/10

 

Specifically, Native Linux with a 12 core hack folding bigadv projects 6903/6904

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The 7950 is eligible.

We're considering adding 3820, but were trying to get more PPD results: http://www.overclock.net/t/1262030/ocn-team-competition-needs-ppd-numbers-for-sb-e-3820/10

Specifically, Native Linux with a 12 core hack folding bigadv projects 6903/6904

The 7950 does not yield many PPD's
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You fold it in a category though. Here, take a look at this:

 

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The 7950 is eligible.

We're considering adding 3820, but were trying to get more PPD results: http://www.overclock.net/t/1262030/ocn-team-competition-needs-ppd-numbers-for-sb-e-3820/10

Specifically, Native Linux with a 12 core hack folding bigadv projects 6903/6904

The 7950 does not yield many PPD's

You can still fold on your 3820, just use the 7950 for the TC, you can fold them both at once and still compete. Just saying.
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I think I'm just gonna go ahead and permit 3820 in i7 categories. I've seen some numbers, but thus far everyone thought this chip would run slightly better if at all better than 2600k.

 

Do you have bigadv setup on it?

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To be honest I been folding just with v7 client. But if i will start doing the TC I will have to load up virtual box. thumb.gif
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I think I'm just gonna go ahead and permit 3820 in i7 categories. I've seen some numbers, but thus far everyone thought this chip would run slightly better if at all better than 2600k.

Do you have bigadv setup on it?

I figure I'll toss my 2cents.gif in here...

I've got a 4.75Ghz i7-3820, with 1600 MHz RAM (Cosmos in the sig-rig), in a VM (See HFM stats for exact details), and it's pulling slightly under 40k PPD, with -bigadv enabled, on a 6099. I'm not sure how much OCing the RAM would effect it, but the ability to OC the CPU seems similar to that of an i7-2700k. I can get 5.0Ghz with reasonable (Read: I'd deal with it for folding) temps, quite easily.

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That does help. I got 43k on p6099 with a clock of 4.8GHz with 2133MHz Cas 9 RAM.

 

Yes, the ram OC would help.

 

I'm already going to let these guys free in the TC in i7. I don't see a reason not too. 

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You fold it in a category though. Here, take a look at this:

 

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