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Warming up the BOINC engines for this biggrin.gif
   
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does it see both of the cards in BOINC Manager?
if so is it 7.0.28 ?
If it is then you could try stopping all CPU work and putting the "On Multiprocessor Systems, Use At Most" up to 100% and see if that helps?
I had a small prob with a GPU not working and tryed to free it up by dropping down from 87.5% to 75% then to 50% and all it did was shut off another GPU then another in the process smile.gif
they have changed that in 7.0.28 for some reason?
and this may effect Dirt too?
gone are the days of freeing up the GPUs

i fixed it for him biggrin.gif
    
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what project do i pick this month im new to this
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what project do i pick this month im new to this

For a BGB event it is what ever project that can produce the most points in the time frame. Remember some projects have "validation period" so points can take days, or in the case of SETI weeks and I swear months.
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For a BGB event it is what ever project that can produce the most points in the time frame. Remember some projects have "validation period" so points can take days, or in the case of SETI weeks and I swear months.

I'm still waiting for validations on 12 WU's i turned around last month biggrin.gif
   
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Alright, trial run from now until 7am tomorrow for the 690. Both GPU's running at 1202 boost.

Thank you Dark for getting it to work, I owe you a beer.
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Alright, trial run from now until 7am tomorrow for the 690. Both GPU's running at 1202 boost.

Thank you Dark for getting it to work, I owe you a beer.

I'll settle for a Mountain Dew biggrin.gif

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i fixed it for him biggrin.gif

You 'da man Dark! thumb.gif
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For a BGB event it is what ever project that can produce the most points in the time frame. Remember some projects have "validation period" so points can take days, or in the case of SETI weeks and I swear months.
wat project is the fastest for this event
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One thing I have to say for any of you wanting a 690 is the compute is not great but it is quiet and cool. The ambient is 24C and the card is running at 62C with the fan at 52%. I have decided just to wait to put the water block on the 690 until after I go NY and pick my crap up from my ex wife including my 3930k on the 11th. I will sell the Maximus Formula and 3770k for dirt cheap on Craigs list and put it toward another 690.
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