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post #31 of 55
Shouldn't be doing too bad, I'm just running DENIS which gives about 55points per WU, verses 1000 per WU of Einstein...but I am running 20 threads. lol. I should get back to Einstein one of these days so I can hit the 10Mil mark.


How are we doing on the DENIS challenge, btw?
Edited by spdaimon - 11/4/15 at 7:42am
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Shouldn't be doing too bad, I'm just running DENIS which gives about 55points per WU, version 1000 per WU of Einstein...but I am running 20 threads. lol. I should get back to Einstein one of these days so I can hit the 10Mil mark.


How are we doing on the DENIS challenge, btw?
We are currently in 4th place. We were in a pretty solid 3rd place, but SETI.USA was holding on to a bunch of completed tasks. They have added about 7 million points to their total so far today.
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Sorry, I didn't catch this sooner, although I would have been no help on figuring out the problem, since it was your PSU. biggrin.gif

I regularly see 1000+ watts being pulled from the wall with a pair of OC'd r9-290s and an OC'd 4790k.  If I ran both of those cards on the PT1 BIOS with max volts, I would easily pull 1200+ watts from the wall.

Yea, its crazy how much power these rigs can use. 850W I am using in a x-fired HD7950, but yea...even my x-fired non-GHz 7970s stock at 98% load and OC'd W3690 pull 950+W, got at Corsair HX 1000W PSU in there, so I am probably pushing it. Wouldn't expect R9-290s to run on anything less unless it was a light load.
post #34 of 55

I've got two rigs running Collatz and this morning I see that both rigs have a 'boat load' of nVidia tasks waiting to be uploaded.

I don't have any CPU tasks waiting but that's probably because none have completed since this problem started.

 

And now I have run out of nVidia tasks on one rig.

 

Update!

That problem above has gone away as I'm now back at full strength and tasks uploaded. :thumb:


Edited by msgclb - 11/4/15 at 10:38am
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I've got two rigs running Collatz and this morning I see that both rigs have a 'boat load' of nVidia tasks waiting to be uploaded.

I don't have any CPU tasks waiting but that's probably because none have completed since this problem started.

 

And now I have run out of nVidia tasks on one rig.

 

Looks like the Collatz server is was down. :thumbsdow  It seems to happen every BGB.  It is just a coincidence, but looking back through the Collatz thread and some BGB threads it has happened a number of times.

 

I was just able to upload 100 tasks, and got 86 new tasks, so it looks like the server is back up.  The feeder wasn't running, but Slicker must have fixed it. :D

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How do I limit how many downloaded tasks in the client? They changed the "amount o wprk" setting
 
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How do I limit how many downloaded tasks in the client? They changed the "amount o wprk" setting

 

I am currently running 7.4.36, but I don't think that the settings have changed.  You will need to mess around with the buffer to reduce the number of tasks that are downloaded.  Since BOINC works on a "debt" system, there is no way to set a hard limit, for the number of tasks downloaded.  The "Minimum work buffer" and "Maximum additional work buffer" are the values you will have to adjust to reduce or increase the number of tasks downloaded.  Those settings are in: Tools->Computing Preferences->Network Usage

 

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It has changed. I am running the 7.6.9 on my PC and the buffer settings are under the first tab which was previously called "processor usage" but now is called "computing"

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Aha, missed that.
 
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It has changed. I am running the 7.6.9 on my PC and the buffer settings are under the first tab which was previously called "processor usage" but now is called "computing"

 

Thanks for the heads up. :D 

 

I used to keep one of my machines on the latest client and one on the latest beta, but lately I have been slacking and I have just installed the client that I had a copy of.

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