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Ok. I know heat killer took a stab at our boards, as far as waterblocks. Does anyone know if we're going to get any more love from water block manufacturing?

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A 16 core hack? What is that?
So the quad channel memory makes a big difference? Or just faster ram?
Tnx for your input.

For a long time the "Huge Adv" units were reserved for computers running 12 cores or more. An 8 core computer with a good overclock could compute information as fast as a 12 core, so they would trick a linux VM into thinking it had 12 cores instead of 8.(corehack)

The units have since changed and you can now hack a 12 core CPU to run as if it were 16 cores, allowing you to download the units. As far as I know, you need a 3930k/3960x running at 4.7ghz or better to complete these units, but this is a lot of PPD ( I think ~150k ppd).

As for memory, it is more about the memory bandwidth, than the memory speed. Running quad channel over dual channel will increase your PPD, but not as much as having a faster OC on your CPU or more cores to work with.

BTW, did you participate in the last Fold-A-Thon?
 
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post #1033 of 1592
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^ bump for my own interest in same topic. never saw anyone address this.

I have tried to get my mobo, the fatal1ty pro, to work with two GTX670 using the latest bios and the nvidia patch with no luck. The mobo either won't post, or if it does, I can hear windows boot up, but I have no image. Bummer. I am hoping new bios may clear this up, but won't hold my breath.
post #1034 of 1592
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Originally Posted by SantinoSan View Post

I have tried to get my mobo, the fatal1ty pro, to work with two GTX670 using the latest bios and the nvidia patch with no luck. The mobo either won't post, or if it does, I can hear windows boot up, but I have no image. Bummer. I am hoping new bios may clear this up, but won't hold my breath.

To make the NVIDIA PCIe 3.0 patch work - disable SLI, connect only one monitor, and reboot. Then run the fix. Reboot and then enable SLI. Should be stable now.
post #1035 of 1592
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Originally Posted by rctrucker View Post

For a long time the "Huge Adv" units were reserved for computers running 12 cores or more. An 8 core computer with a good overclock could compute information as fast as a 12 core, so they would trick a linux VM into thinking it had 12 cores instead of 8.(corehack)
The units have since changed and you can now hack a 12 core CPU to run as if it were 16 cores, allowing you to download the units. As far as I know, you need a 3930k/3960x running at 4.7ghz or better to complete these units, but this is a lot of PPD ( I think ~150k ppd).
As for memory, it is more about the memory bandwidth, than the memory speed. Running quad channel over dual channel will increase your PPD, but not as much as having a faster OC on your CPU or more cores to work with.
BTW, did you participate in the last Fold-A-Thon?

Ah thank you. No I haven't folded at all yet. I am building a pc especially for it. I want to keep the family pc as clean as possible. But at the moment I am looking deeply into how to fold and what hardware works better, but it isn't like there is a decent guide out there. Or at least I haven't found it yet.
 
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To make the NVIDIA PCIe 3.0 patch work - disable SLI, connect only one monitor, and reboot. Then run the fix. Reboot and then enable SLI. Should be stable now.

Awesome, thank you. I won't have access to my PC until Friday, but I am excited to try it.
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Ah thank you. No I haven't folded at all yet. I am building a pc especially for it. I want to keep the family pc as clean as possible. But at the moment I am looking deeply into how to fold and what hardware works better, but it isn't like there is a decent guide out there. Or at least I haven't found it yet.

Honestly if you are looking at a 24/7 folding rig, look here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1212613/guide-building-a-2p-4p-from-start-to-finish-along-with-ppd-benchmarks-gallery/0_30

Should answer any questions you have. This guide bases on cost vs PPD, and how much power you will use (which is why it is CPU folding, not GPU).
 
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Honestly if you are looking at a 24/7 folding rig, look here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1212613/guide-building-a-2p-4p-from-start-to-finish-along-with-ppd-benchmarks-gallery/0_30
Should answer any questions you have. This guide bases on cost vs PPD, and how much power you will use (which is why it is CPU folding, not GPU).

Thank you very much for that. I will read it later on when I have more time. thumb.gif + rep
 
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I'm bumping an old question no one has answered yet but has kind of been brought up repeatability:

Has anyone used the PCIE 2.0 -> PCIE 3.0 Nvidia official patch on their X79 Champion and had any stability issues with their GTX 6XX card(s)?

It seems like the Extreme 11 has a BIOS option for the PLX chips to run at PCIE 3.0, 2.0 or 1.0 which is pretty cool and I'm assuming the X79 Champion doesn't have that. I can only run 3 way SLI for my specific case/power supply which is un-upgradable and I am dying to go the 1-4-7 Tri-Sli spacing setup on the X79 Champion but I don't want them running at PCIE 2.0 speeds. Thanks!
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