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I will be home in 2 Hours anyway. I will just suffer the consequences of bad preparation :'(
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is it to late to sign up? I have been out of town but would like to get in if i still can.
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is it to late to sign up? I have been out of town but would like to get in if i still can.

Unfortunately it is too late.
 
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Now how on earth does that happen? Are you borrowing pts?

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is it to late to sign up? I have been out of town but would like to get in if i still can.

Unfortunately it is too late.

Why exactly?
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Why exactly?

BGB signups are open until the event starts. Because this BGB has been on for 26 hours, unfortunately the signups are closed. You can certainly still participate in BOINC for OCN, though.
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yay, I am getting nvidia driver crashes while running @ stock.
OCN theory would rule that i should overclock my gpu anyway.


EDIT:
Also, How much would one expect ones score to be with an i5 3470 and gtx 670 running collatz so far into the BGB, I'm on 30K ish.
Is this good/bad?

I've found that Nvidia cards can get a bit unstable at stock Volts.
in the past I have set "Nvidia Control Panel" "Manage 3D Settings" "Global Settings" "Power Management Mode" to 'prefer maximum performance'
just seems to help keep things a lot more stable smile.gif

In some cases I use MSI Afterburner to manually bump up the volts
Between BOINC, Flashplayer, and watchen movies and even moving some things from screen to screen the poor GPU has a hard life frown.gif
and it can be far worse when dealing with laptops and all the power saving

hope this helps smile.gif
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Originally Posted by deegon View Post

I've found that Nvidia cards can get a bit unstable at stock Volts.
in the past I have set "Nvidia Control Panel" "Manage 3D Settings" "Global Settings" "Power Management Mode" to 'prefer maximum performance'
just seems to help keep things a lot more stable smile.gif

In some cases I use MSI Afterburner to manually bump up the volts
Between BOINC, Flashplayer, and watchen movies and even moving some things from screen to screen the poor GPU has a hard life frown.gif
and it can be far worse when dealing with laptops and all the power saving

hope this helps smile.gif

Yeah! overclocking/over volting made my card perform more stable? wut?
EDIT: + I am using my integrated GPU for desktop graphics, my Nvidia card is dedicated to boinc smile.gif
Edited by jakethesnake438 - 4/3/13 at 12:47am
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Yeah! overclocking/over volting made my card perform more stable? wut?
EDIT: + I am using my integrated GPU for desktop graphics, my Nvidia card is dedicated to boinc smile.gif

Most of the time it just needs the volt bump, it's not a lot more
I run a little more volts than I probably need to, but I have found that I need it to keep them running sweetly over the days,weeks,months of constant running smile.gif
It's just because they run for such a long period of time with out a shutdown

can't wait for winter, Mmmm Winter. . . .
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Most of the time it just needs the volt bump, it's not a lot more
I run a little more volts than I probably need to, but I have found that I need it to keep them running sweetly over the days,weeks,months of constant running smile.gif
It's just because they run for such a long period of time with out a shutdown

can't wait for winter, Mmmm Winter. . . .

Yeah im not too worried about volts, but this system is fairly new so I haven't had much time to delve into overclocking / voltage unlocking.
This winter will be nice, looking for GPU temps in the low 20s and then over volt the hell out of everything smile.gif
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