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Some times you can still see the tpf go down after a while for some reason. My guess is Dynamic Load Balance(Kraken in my case) kicks in to help balance cpu usage when another process take away cpu resources from folding. You can notice this more on earlier versions of Ubuntu.
Yes it is most likley DLB
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I just checked mine and for some reason Im running @ 6-6-6-19 1T. Maybe that is why I cant raise the block past 220. Everything is on default values and auto on the bios. thinking.gif


Anything below 225 will run at 6-6-6 226 and above will run at 7-7-7 which bios are you running there are 3 of them the orignal which I believe was on your motherboard when you got it. G60N1.A11 which was the 2nd or G60N2.A11 which was the 3rd and current one.
Edited by Grandpa_01 - 3/9/12 at 8:34pm
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I'm running G60N2.A11 at 222 now and its stable. I did not know about the timing adjustments. I happy that my system is working as it should. I will try to oc past 226 to see if it changes timings as it should. Thanks.

Edit: I bumped the block to 226 and the timings relaxed to 7-7-7-19 1T. I will test for stability and continue adjusting the block. The one thing I noticed is that its running at 1066mhz and not 1333mhz. Is that normal too?
Edited by Desert Rat - 3/10/12 at 5:37am
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This makes me think I could be stable on the new bios. I got the HT error when I was at 230, while fah crashed at 225. Maybe try 228 or 229...
 
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This makes me think I could be stable on the new bios. I got the HT error when I was at 230, while fah crashed at 225. Maybe try 228 or 229...

Josh did you thoroughly clean your cpu's before putting your rig together. Did you look at the bottom of the cpu's if so did you notice any dull spots on them like maybe there was old thermal paste got rubbed on off on any of them.
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I'm running G60N2.A11 at 222 now and its stable. I did not know about the timing adjustments. I happy that my system is working as it should. I will try to oc past 226 to see if it changes timings as it should. Thanks.
Edit: I bumped the block to 226 and the timings relaxed to 7-7-7-19 1T. I will test for stability and continue adjusting the block. The one thing I noticed is that its running at 1066mhz and not 1333mhz. Is that normal too?

One other thing after you flashed the bios did you set the bios to load optimised default values the first time you booted into the bios. Or have you done that.
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Yes I did. I don't think its really killing my tpf but its just wierd. Im getting 5:49 tpf on a 6901 at 2500Mhz(228 block). Is that about right?
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Yes I did. I don't think its really killing my tpf but its just wierd. Im getting 5:49 tpf on a 6901 at 2500Mhz(228 block). Is that about right?

You betca red rider looking good thumb.gif
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Folding at an OC of 250 now, about 2 hours total. Memory timings are the same as listed above, 7-7-7-21.
Temps are almost identical to the 220 OC. Highest core still at 41C.
Is it possible I am getting false readings from TPC? Seems impossible they could still be this low.
This 6904 is scheduled to complete tomorrow night at 9PM. I will jack it up to 260 at that time and get more results.
TPF right now is 25:16. Down about a minute from 240 OC.
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Folding at an OC of 250 now, about 2 hours total. Memory timings are the same as listed above, 7-7-7-21.
Temps are almost identical to the 220 OC. Highest core still at 41C.
Is it possible I am getting false readings from TPC? Seems impossible they could still be this low.
This 6904 is scheduled to complete tomorrow night at 9PM. I will jack it up to 260 at that time and get more results.
TPF right now is 25:16. Down about a minute from 240 OC.

Nope temps should be right remember no voltage has been increased so the heat increase should be minimal until you reach a certain point. Mine stay pretty consent keep an eye out for ht-retries just 1 or 2 degrees C can make a difference wink.gif.
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Nope temps should be right remember no voltage has been increased so the heat increase should be minimal until you reach a certain point. Mine stay pretty consent keep an eye out for ht-retries just 1 or 2 degrees C can make a difference wink.gif.

Ok. I give up smile.gif Where will HT-retries show up? I have not seen any of those warnings before.
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