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Hmmm, I have to leave town Saturday and part of Sunday. Should I keep my main rig folding or turn it off? I have remote desktop setup pretty solidly, but I don't know it I should trust it completely. headscratch.gif

Either way, my laptop is coming with my so that won't be folding. I don't want to let down the team!

I have left mine folding for extended periods of time while out of town with no issues (maybe a driver crash but no biggie biggrin.gif). Has your rig given you concerns as to not letting it run for 2 days? if not, then let them run. If anything, just set the GPU's back to stock while gone for a little piece of mind smile.gif
post #292 of 338
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I have left mine folding for extended periods of time while out of town with no issues (maybe a driver crash but no biggie biggrin.gif). Has your rig given you concerns as to not letting it run for 2 days? if not, then let them run. If anything, just set the GPU's back to stock while gone for a little piece of mind smile.gif

They're stock now, but my older 980 was acting weird for the past couple days. Strange modulation of voltage and core clock (not the normal drop of core clock during WU processing). It's fine now. I'm just super cautious is all. I've not left town while folding before.
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I'm also going out on Sunday (car show and the club I'm in is organising stuff so I'm leaving early). I'm still leaving my main rig, folding rig and one laptop running though.

It just means that my main rig can fold without interruptions.
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Sorry I meant it can be seen in Nvidia Inspector. I have all 3 installed but I set the OC in afterburner.

Thanks for the explanation, i was able to modify my memory clock with Nvidia inspector when i selected the P2 state
currently rocking 336k PPD. Thats an increase of 100PPD biggrin.gif, just by an OC.


According to GPU=Z this are the frequency's i'm running on my gtx970
core frequency 1505 MHz
memory Clock 1620MHz
Temp is 58 on air

Is this any good?
Edited by Wyllliam - 2/5/16 at 8:09am
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Thanks for the explanation, i was able to modify my memory clock with Nvidia inspector when i selected the P2 state
currently rocking 336k PPD. Thats an increase of 100PPD biggrin.gif, just by an OC.


According to GPU=Z this are the frequency's i'm running on my gtx970
core frequency 1505 MHz
memory Clock 1620MHz
Temp is 58 on air

Is this any good?

Temps are fine and if it's stable, it is definitely good thumb.gif
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Temps are fine and if it's stable, it is definitely good thumb.gif

Currently it is been folding the entire day , so for folding it is stable thumb.gif.
I will do a stress test after the FFW is finished
post #298 of 338
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Originally Posted by Wyllliam View Post

Thanks for the explanation, i was able to modify my memory clock with Nvidia inspector when i selected the P2 state
currently rocking 336k PPD. Thats an increase of 100PPD biggrin.gif, just by an OC.


According to GPU=Z this are the frequency's i'm running on my gtx970
core frequency 1505 MHz
memory Clock 1620MHz
Temp is 58 on air

Is this any good?

Awesome news! thumb.gif

Its the final push over the weekend!

My new keyboard has arrived but I'm not opening or touching it until after Monday lunch time, as I don't want to mess with my machine redface.gif

Its been good last time I folded was 5 years ago I'm ashamed to say mad.gif
Edited by scc28 - 2/5/16 at 11:20am
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Currently it is been folding the entire day , so for folding it is stable thumb.gif.
I will do a stress test after the FFW is finished

Probably not necessary. If it's folding stable it's most likely stable in general. I actually had to lower my gaming stable clocks (from around 1550 to 1500) to fold 24/7.
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Awesome news! thumb.gif

Its the final push over the weekend!

My new keyboard has arrived but I'm not opening or touching it until after Monday lunch time, as I don't want to mess with my machine redface.gif

Its been good last time I folded was 5 years ago I'm ashamed to say mad.gif

It just crashed. doh.gif
So i clocked it back down to 1495 MHz.

I keep it running day and night and see in the morning what happened
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