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P7611 tpf 34 minutes on 2600k

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This doesn't seem right to me.


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Sig rig, client v7.1.38. A few Google searches later and I realize this is generally thought of as a terrible WU, but 800ppd? I haven't changed anything recently and have been folding just fine, until this popped up. Being surprisingly computer illiterate I haven't really done anything to troubleshoot it other than a restart of the PC.


On a side note, I haven't seen a single bigadv in.... well it's been a few weeks. I know there's a shortage but....


Thanks for the help folks.
post #2 of 4
What you have there is a test/beta "BIG smp". Ive seen on a couple other sites people talking about them. And yeah, as you have found out they are PPD killers. Just let it run and hope you dont get another. thumb.gif
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Well I just got out of the shower and the issue seems to have resolved itself. Looking through the log it seems to have dumped that WU and given me another 7611, different (x,x,x). Now at 3:50 tpf.

So long story short, come and complain and things will work themselves out thumb.gif


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Well glad it worked itself out.
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