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Just a little heads up, using VMware server can sometimes give a little trouble with vista. I had trouble getting it to work due to driver signature, or enforcement, or what ever it's called. I think that's why people recommend VMware player instead for vista. I had to disable driver xxxxxx whatever it's called every time I booted, using VMware server. It may be different for others, but that's what made installing it difficult for me. Once gibs helped me out and got passed that part, everything else was a breeze.
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Just thought I would poke in and say I am still alive just on a 4 day straight work week(13 hour days) then I have one day off then back two more. Then I get 5 off in a row. All seems to be running good lets hope we can pull off a win this month. If not we at least showed them we have the firepower, for next month.
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I could just imagine how you looked when you were reading the thread that Blank left saying he got the e2180 not the e8600...I think you left you cam on when you were reading the thread....




"Noooooooo not back to gpu folding"
When I got it I was like "What sick SOB would do this!"

Bruce you funny guy... And I definitely wouldn't value a E2180 at the amount you listed...
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When I got it I was like "What sick SOB would do this!"

Bruce you funny guy... And I definitely wouldn't value a E2180 at the amount you listed...
I remember now. That's what I labeled it. Customs man; customs!
    
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Just a little heads up, using VMware server can sometimes give a little trouble with vista. I had trouble getting it to work due to driver signature, or enforcement, or what ever it's called. I think that's why people recommend VMware player instead for vista. I had to disable driver xxxxxx whatever it's called every time I booted, using VMware server. It may be different for others, but that's what made installing it difficult for me. Once gibs helped me out and got passed that part, everything else was a breeze.
I realized it a while back that Vmware server didn't play very nice with Vista 64bit..I really don't know about Vista 32bit seen I didn't try it (some people here said that they got it going but I haven't had the luck or time)...The only way to get VMware going in Vista 64 was to use the player. I have the server in XP and the player in Vista.

I like the vmware server better because you can "x" it out and it will run in the back ground..But don't use above VMware Server 1.0.9..sever 2.0 turns in to more like a web site and it's a bit*h to get it going.

In Vista 64, I use the VMware Player 2.0.5..It's the best one so far for me..The 2.5 player adds more stuff like sound and more that you don't need.With that said You can't "x" it out and run in the back ground but you can get something like "Tray It" to put it in the bottom right side.

1) Use Vmware server up to 1.0.9 in XP
2) Use VMware Player 2.0.5 for Vista 64bit.
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We had the power flash, there for a minute I wasn't sure Jeremy's computer was going to restart. Luckily we only lost like 2 hours.
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OK I'm up and running at 4.1 for the time. I'm absolutely beat from my exam today so I'm going to nap for a while then I will get back to pushing this dream chip

I missed 45nm and the temps... I can probably get WAY better temps than what I'm getting now (65ish load) with some decent TIM rather than this gum textured stuff

I'll have to go out and get some AS5 but temps are a problem. What do you guys suggest as a maximum for PLL and FSB Term. voltage?

Fold on!

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OK I'm up and running at 4.1 for the time. I'm absolutely beat from my exam today so I'm going to nap for a while then I will get back to pushing this dream chip

I missed 45nm and the temps... I can probably get WAY better temps than what I'm getting now (65ish load) with some decent TIM rather than this gum textured stuff

I'll have to go out and get some AS5 but temps are a problem. What do you guys suggest as a maximum for PLL and FSB Term. voltage?

Fold on!

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I know the fsb, you shouldn't go pass 1.4v.I have mine at 1.4v to hit the 4.5mhz. I have to see what I have for PLL. Seen you board is different then mine..I have the bios mod done to mine..
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I know the fsb, you shouldn't go pass 1.4v.I have mine at 1.4v to hit the 4.5mhz. I have to see what I have for PLL. Seen you board is different then mine..I have the bios mod done to mine..
Alright well as of now I have PLL @1.54 and FSB 1.26

I'm keeping NB and FSB volts equal as a general rule.

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I lowered my multi to 9 so I am using 500x9 = 4.5. on my e8600. So that I can use a higher fsb..

You could go higher on the nb then you could on the fsb with this chips...I have to take a look in my bios to see what settings am using..
Edited by Danbeme32 - 6/8/09 at 4:05pm
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