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How did you get your windows share to see the unbutu computer?
post #1002 of 6319
I just had to update Ubuntu with all the latest upgrades, and then right click on the folder and setup the share, then it was available on a win7 rig.
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Looks like I'm averaging a little over 11,000 PPD on this i5. So a little better than the 10,000 PPD goal I set when I made the switch so I'm happy. k4m1k4z3 has that 9800GX2 screaming threw work units; I'll try to stay on his tale though and maybe I'll catch a lucky break before the end of the month.
Great work sizzzle! 2nd in your category is fantastic, and only 3k behind you just might be able to catch him yet!

Mach 1 your holding strong up in 3rd too, great stuff!

Looks like it's me and Zhanger who are dragging our heels now although both those categories are remarkably close.. I had to switch mine over to SMP there for about 30 hours for the Folding Olympics (or whatever) competition, so that might have cost us a little bit there, but she's back up running bigadv at 60k PPD so hopefully I can move up a few positions towards the end of the month.

I see now the stats are updated and Boyboyd is in as temp, can't wait to see some more bigadv rockin there!

Keep up all the good work team!
post #1004 of 6319
Hah... that was a quick ubuntu adventure... installed it dual boot, then gave it up just as quickly. A quick delete partition and windows recover to get the boot manager working again, and good as new

Ubuntu seemed to be accessing the disk a lot. It was grinding away for 5 seconds about ever 15 seconds or so.

It kept giving me an error (even after all updates) when trying to share the folding folder. That was another notch against it.

Remote desktop with win7 is just too nice...

So here I am again. I'm gonna have to figure out my ppd probs in win7.
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Hah... that was a quick ubuntu adventure... installed it dual boot, then gave it up just as quickly. A quick delete partition and windows recover to get the boot manager working again, and good as new

Ubuntu seemed to be accessing the disk a lot. It was grinding away for 5 seconds about ever 15 seconds or so.

It kept giving me an error (even after all updates) when trying to share the folding folder. That was another notch against it.

Remote desktop with win7 is just too nice...

So here I am again. I'm gonna have to figure out my ppd probs in win7.
I created 2 VMs with ubuntu in. In one of them folder sharing worked flawlessly, in the other it didn't. It's all to do with permissions but I just gave up and use the one that works, i barely even see that window anyway.
post #1006 of 6319
I was trying for native ubuntu... might try vm next...
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Well, I just downclocked the 2600K to 3.9 (same as the 950) to see how they compete with each other at that speed. The difference between the 950 @ 3.9 and the 2600k @ 4.8 was only 1m30s per frame, so this experiment should shed some light on the situation...

They're both running 6900s at the moment...

EDIT: Damn! The 2600K is like 2 minutes slower per frame than the 950 both running at 3.9ghz on a 6900 project... something is wrong...

Ideas?
Edited by mach1 - 4/12/11 at 11:47am
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Well, I just downclocked the 2600K to 3.9 (same as the 950) to see how they compete with each other at that speed. The difference between the 950 @ 3.9 and the 2600k @ 4.8 was only 1m30s per frame, so this experiment should shed some light on the situation...

They're both running 6900s at the moment...

EDIT: Damn! The 2600K is like 2 minutes slower per frame than the 950 both running at 3.9ghz on a 6900 project... something is wrong...

Ideas?
I honestly can't think why. The 2600k is supposed to be a more efficient architecture. Perhaps there's some other issue, like tri-channel memory. But 2 minutes per frame is a serious difference. Same priority for both?

The difference between low and above normal for me is about 180 seconds per frame. I don't understand why windows task manager's priority settings can affect something at the kernel level but hey.
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I hate this! It looks like I'll be out for a little while longer. *please excuse me while I go wring some people necks* ASUS "lost" my package. I need to wring CoolerMaster's necks too while I'm at it.

And hi everyone ^v^. Thanks for helping boyboyd.

Also mach1 re-enable c-states it should help and enable speedstep too. All the guides for overclocking the SB's I've read say not to disable speedstep or c-states.
     
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I still have all the speedstep and c states enabled. It doesn't affect stability like it did with the 775 era.

I feel your pain phazer. DHL have lost a £400 lens that i needed for work this week.
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