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Looks like WKS04 had another BSOD, difficult to tell remotely, but it has certainly restarted.. Anyway, the WU is still good, and should be finishing the final four-and-a-bit frames in the next two-and-a-half hours..

I'm WFH this w/end, might see if I can use WKS02 for the VPN and get WKS04 to stop BSOD'ing.......or might just leave it as it is, as it hasn't lost a WU this far........

/me touches as much wood as he can find.....
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Ok Misfits, BBT had a hellacious day yesterday (almost 250k pnts)....all 3 of their bigadv folders dropped one. BUT they only lead us by 24k pnts, and we're only like 4k pnts behind Laundromatic. With NLM's bigadv today, I think we can take the lead or at least be right there, passing BBT but we'll see who else has what right behind us.

I have my bigadv early tomorrow morning for another 93k, and then if I get a good bigadv, it should come in midday on Sunday (along with CBs bigadv), and I MIGHT even finish one 3 days in a row...we'll see.

Tough fight this month, the way MISFITS like it! We're still well over 100k per day, on our way to 3M for the month. If somebody else wants to beat that well...good luck and good folding!
We've had some hiccups getting Scutzi's 970 in order but you guys better watch yourselves dropping another 250k here in the next 24-36 hours
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We've had some hiccups getting Scutzi's 970 in order but you guys better watch yourselves dropping another 250k here in the next 24-36 hours
Bring it, Lampen....you can't be the KING until you BEAT the KING!
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Bring it, Lampen....you can't be the KING until you BEAT the KING!
As you might yet be aware I was in intelligence in my previous life and I'm quite comfortable with the idea of staging coups when it benefits me so down with the king! However long it may take

Also what kind of temps do you get on your H70 with the 980 at that voltage?
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As you might yet be aware I was in intelligence in my previous life and I'm quite comfortable with the idea of staging coups when it benefits me so down with the king! However long it may take

Also what kind of temps do you get on your H70 with the 980 at that voltage?
I'm around low 70s at full load now. A little warm, but nothing it can't handle. Under 1.4v core as well.
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sstnt, what's your PPD on a 6900?
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sstnt, what's your PPD on a 6900?
Usually something over 61k ppd, CB
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Usually something over 61k ppd, CB
LOL.

CB can't ditch his own guide and go native linux.
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LOL.

CB can't ditch his own guide and go native linux.
Haha. I was actually comparing it to my 2600K, which gets about 45,000 at 4.5GHZ.
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Haha. I was actually comparing it to my 2600K, which gets about 45,000 at 4.5GHZ.
Which is STILL great ppd for a quadcore. HFM is right now saying I am getting 64,257ppd on a 6900 at 20:52 tpf. That's 10709.5 ppd/per core. You are getting 11250 ppd/per core.
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