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Um, if these are two different PCs, they shouldn't have the same IP address on your network.  For remote access, did you try what I put here?  http://www.overclock.net/t/672820/new-folder-introduce-yourself/2500_20#post_20150012

Yes, I followed your instructions, thanks again btw. So different pc's on the same router have different ip addresses? I swear if i go to what's my ip address on each computer I get the same one.

What is my IP shows your external IP, this is the IP that is used by your router out on the internet. Your internal IP (everything behind your router, like yourself) all need to be unique or the computers will try to walk all over each other. This doesn't happen on the external IP because routers are designed to Route traffic from multiple PC's on a single IP.
     
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Ah, yes, that ^.  You want to be using the internal IP address for your HFM config. 

 

To check your internal IP on the iMac open up Terminal.  Since OSX is Unix-based, you can just use the command 'ifconfig' and that will display the networking information, including the IP address.

 

In windows you can open the cmd prompt, and use 'ipconfig'.

 

There are other ways using the GUI too.

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Ah, yes, that ^.  You want to be using the internal IP address for your HFM config. 

To check your internal IP on the iMac open up Terminal.  Since OSX is Unix-based, you can just use the command 'ifconfig' and that will display the networking information, including the IP address.

In windows you can open the cmd prompt, and use 'ipconfig'.

There are other ways using the GUI too.

That sounds logical, I used the external ip address... I'll check it out and report back. Thanks all!
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Cool, also in the 'Remote Access' area when you're allowing the IPs, those need to be the Internal IP address.

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Cool, also in the 'Remote Access' area when you're allowing the IPs, those need to be the Internal IP address.
I'm gonna go out on a limb and assume he has an IP address obtained via DHCP. If so, it'd probably be a better idea to give the entire subnet permission to connect.

Ribo, what does it says your IP address is? It's probably something like 192.168.1.xxx. Whatever it is, you should be able to change the last octect to .0/24. So if your IP address is 192.168.1.100, you'd change it to 192.168.1.0/24 in your config.xml. That way if your IP address ever changes to anything from 192.168.1.1-192.168.1.254 you'll have the ability to monitor it.
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I'm gonna go out on a limb and assume he has an IP address obtained via DHCP. If so, it'd probably be a better idea to give the entire subnet permission to connect.

Ribo, what does it says your IP address is? It's probably something like 192.168.1.xxx. Whatever it is, you should be able to change the last octect to .0/24. So if your IP address is 192.168.1.100, you'd change it to 192.168.1.0/24 in your config.xml. That way if your IP address ever changes to anything from 192.168.1.1-192.168.1.254 you'll have the ability to monitor it.

Thanks, I'll keep that in mind. I'm not home till tomorrow so I'll test then. In the meanwhile they are folding away safe I guess tongue.gif
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Made a slight mistake. I'm at 4.2, not 4.4. Here's a screencap with AIDA64 and RealTemp:


For w/e reason I am not able to read that pic even if I download it. What is you voltage for 4.2ghz? Setting it manually is very easy. Just as easy as changing the multi. biggrin.gif
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For w/e reason I am not able to read that pic even if I download it. What is you voltage for 4.2ghz? Setting it manually is very easy. Just as easy as changing the multi. biggrin.gif

 

Yeah, I couldn't read it either.

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I opened the original and it says 1.272
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I opened the original and it says 1.272

Ah, that's not terribly high then.

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