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bahaha.. your 2500k is getting better ppd than my 2600k on a better wu...
Probably because im not using my computer atm, i'm at work. Last night i turned pretty much everything off. There were 20 processes running when i left it, lol.

Thanks for the link. I'll have a read now.

Edit: I tried to make HFM export it to my web server via FTP but it wasn't happening. I'll do it with fahmon tonight.
post #992 of 6355
nah... I mean, way better ppd, although my 2600k is clocked at 4.8 and your 2500k is at 5.2...

But I'm getting like 38k ppd on a 6900 clocked at 4.8, and that seems low to me...

Hey Digi, maybe you can help me with that.

Specs: 2600K @4.8, 1.38vcor +/- due to LLC set at extreme
4gb corsair xms 1600 c9
win7 pro
parts bin geforce 6200 turbocache vid card <--- I think that's what's getting me... does it try to share system ram or something? could it be slowing me down? I had it laying around from my old office computer, and decided to save some money... but if its dumping on my ppd, I'll have to do something else...
post #993 of 6355
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And digi... someone new, as in brand new? Are congrats and cigars in order?
lol nope, not a little munchkin.. not ready for that just yet just a little lady, although if things go well enough in time that could lead to cigars

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nah... I mean, way better ppd, although my 2600k is clocked at 4.8 and your 2500k is at 5.2...

But I'm getting like 38k ppd on a 6900 clocked at 4.8, and that seems low to me...

Hey Digi, maybe you can help me with that.

Specs: 2600K @4.8, 1.38vcor +/- due to LLC set at extreme
4gb corsair xms 1600 c9
win7 pro
parts bin geforce 6200 turbocache vid card <--- I think that's what's getting me... does it try to share system ram or something? could it be slowing me down? I had it laying around from my old office computer, and decided to save some money... but if its dumping on my ppd, I'll have to do something else...
Yeah 38k is definatly low.. My 930 can do better at 4.3! Settings look fine, and video card shouldn't matter as long as your not trying to fold on it too. Open up your resource monitor and see if there's anything taking up cpu cycles. Could be background software hurting ya. You can try turning up the priority of the fah_core*.exe and that should help a bit. Are you running it in a VM or native windows? Check out the VM w/ Ubuntu or setup a separate partition for native Ubuntu (what I do on my 2600k), that will offer you a significant boost.
post #994 of 6355
Nothing else is running. This is a barebones win7 going here. No aero theme, nothing. Not even antivirus.

And I'm running native windows. I'd like to tune it up in windows since I just bought the copy of win pro for this build, and if i go to ubuntu, I'll likely never see windows again
post #995 of 6355
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Originally Posted by mach1 View Post
nah... I mean, way better ppd, although my 2600k is clocked at 4.8 and your 2500k is at 5.2...

But I'm getting like 38k ppd on a 6900 clocked at 4.8, and that seems low to me...

Hey Digi, maybe you can help me with that.

Specs: 2600K @4.8, 1.38vcor +/- due to LLC set at extreme
4gb corsair xms 1600 c9
win7 pro
parts bin geforce 6200 turbocache vid card <--- I think that's what's getting me... does it try to share system ram or something? could it be slowing me down? I had it laying around from my old office computer, and decided to save some money... but if its dumping on my ppd, I'll have to do something else...
If you are running W7 on a dedicated 2600K you should be getting around 48k PPD. Running Ubuntu will net you around 55k PPD. I get 40k PPD on mine while running smp 7 with 2 GTX 460's in W7.
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post #996 of 6355
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If you are running W7 on a dedicated 2600K you should be getting around 48k PPD. Running Ubuntu will net you around 55k PPD. I get 40k PPD on mine while running smp 7 with 2 GTX 460's in W7.
Yup.. @4.9Ghz on Win 7 I topped out right at 50k.. Now, with native Ubuntu, and running @4.8Ghz with everything else the same I'm hitting 60k (see live stats in sig)
post #997 of 6355
yeah... so what's the deal? Resource monitor says it's getting 100% cpu... cpuz is showing 4800 (48x100) all the time. Speedstep and all the c options are disabled. It's almost like it isn't actually running at 4.8ghz...
post #998 of 6355
hmm.. not too sure. possibly your memory downclocked? That makes quite a difference.. Otherwise, not sure. What project # is it working on, if its a 2684 then that's probably why right there.
post #999 of 6355
No, its a 6900... it should be blazin through the unit... currently getting 29.50 frame times... blah

cpuz shows 800mhz on the memory (ddr3-1600) so its not downclocked... 9-9-9-24 as well, which is the rating for those sticks...

I'm searching for the native linux guide... haven't been able to find it quickly, though...

EDIT: I guess the guide on the F@H site is good enough...
Edited by mach1 - 4/11/11 at 10:52am
post #1000 of 6355
Not sure if there is a guide specifically for native linux.. All I did was do a fresh install with Ubuntu 10.10 to its own partition, it's own drive in my case.. Then followed the client installation instructions off the Stanford site. I'm still running 6.34 client as well. I tried the v7 linux client but it didn't co-operate too well lol
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