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Ok I will give this a shot later todaay.
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Woot! I just got a raise. Now maybe my wife will be more inclined to letting me get a PSU and watercooling supplies for a dedicated GPU folder.


Ok so now I am trying to figure out what size of PSU I will need for turning my spare Dell tower into my GTX 580 dedicated folder. The GTX 580 3GB under full load (according to hardwarecanucks) is 401 watts. So I figure if I am running a stock clocked (for now lol) Pentium 4 Prescott 3.0ghz, a small WC loop for the GPU and basic DDR2 Ram, plus my fully loaded GPU, I would need like what? at least 700watts to be safe?
    
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I would go 850 minimum just because with an OC on water your going to pulling quite a bit. My main rig with tri-sli and a 980x all OC'd on water was too much for my 1200watt PSU had to put in a second 850 just for the CPU and other components and dedicate the 1200 for the GPU's and the 12v rail still drops quite a bit under load. I picked up a Corsair AX850 for a decent price not to long ago I think under $150.
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Honestly, after looking at the guide you posted, I think it is just outdated for the WU's we are using. I am not the greatest with Linux and everything seems to be setup ok if you followed that guide exactly. BUT after looking at the thread (made in 2010) and the last active post was in 2010 with the exception of one guy coming in 2 weeks ago saying he used the guide but is having problems leads me to believe that maybe things/setups with Linux have changed since this guide was made.
Here is the guide I used.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1048365/ubuntu-setting-up-big-bigadv-p6903-for-dedicated-2600k
There is a photo step by step halfway down the post. It was very helpful setting everything up. For you, when you write the core fix your NCPUS should be 8 and not 12 like the guide states. And this guide was made in June 2011 and is still actively updated.

Yeah, this is the same guide I followed for my set up. My other thing was I deleted Langouste from the Start Up applications because it was not uploading my WUs property (Langouste just allows you rig to download a new WU while it is uploading a completed WU rather than waiting until the completed WU finishes uploading). Besides that the guide worked really well for me and is really easy to follow. It will use the GUI version of Ubuntu, so it won't net you the absolute maximum number of points, but from what I've read, the GUI doesn't draw enough CPU power to cause a very large difference in PPD.

Also, if you follow this guide, I can be of more assisitance to you as I've been through this set up a few times because I kept deleting my VM and reinstalling for various reasons, so I'm pretty comfortable with it now. Last time I did it, it only took me about 15 minutes after Ubuntu finished installing.
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Ok so the front page has been updated now that EOC is back online. Now I just need to get another website setup to host my HFM stats.
    
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Folding P6904 HFM said TPF 1:25:56 with PPD of 5285.4 and an ETA of 5.20:21:28. Do these normally take this long? Just seems like a super long time to get 31541 in points.
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Folding P6904 HFM said TPF 1:25:56 with PPD of 5285.4 and an ETA of 5.20:21:28. Do these normally take this long? Just seems like a super long time to get 31541 in points.

That means your OC isn't fast enough to finish it on time to get the bonus points. If you were going to be fast enough it would be worth like 240K but I heard that your TPF has to be at like right around 1hour to make it on time. All I know is while I folded hugeadv, I only got one 6904, my TPF was about the same as yours, I made it like 18% through and the WU failed.
    
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I could probably push the OC past 5Ghz the CPU will do it as I'm under 1.5v now just don't know what my temps would do. Never tried to go past 5 Ghz before.

EDIT: Got an idea! I'm also running a GPU client; so I shutdown that client to see if since it is using up some of the processor's horsepower.
Edited by elchucko - 12/30/11 at 7:43pm
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Honestly, after looking at the guide you posted, I think it is just outdated for the WU's we are using. I am not the greatest with Linux and everything seems to be setup ok if you followed that guide exactly. BUT after looking at the thread (made in 2010) and the last active post was in 2010 with the exception of one guy coming in 2 weeks ago saying he used the guide but is having problems leads me to believe that maybe things/setups with Linux have changed since this guide was made.
Here is the guide I used.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1048365/ubuntu-setting-up-big-bigadv-p6903-for-dedicated-2600k
There is a photo step by step halfway down the post. It was very helpful setting everything up. For you, when you write the core fix your NCPUS should be 8 and not 12 like the guide states. And this guide was made in June 2011 and is still actively updated.

The older guide is old, but still applies in parts anyway, follow post #2 if your doing a VM but use the latest image of the image from link (which will follow) (or just have a look/read on the source page). But Digis guide is a bit slicker, and have other goodies in it and is the one I use and recommend too, for the time being.

If the corefix isn't needed I'd just use the VMWare Player image (since that's the virtual environment I've used) from here: http://www.linuxforge.net/docs/crunching/fah-vmware.php Just download the compressed file and uncompress it and open the .vmx file with VMW. It's pretty easy to understand (to me at least) how to set it up, just navigate to that machines IP when it's started and put in all your credentials and options. No need, really, to be familiar with Linux at all, just a little determination and general interest in computers (which I guess you all have, since you're here).

No need to do the corefix with a 2600K which is only going to do regular bigadv., skip it altogether I would suggest.
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http://www.overclock.net/image/id/1495063/width/600/height/479
Sceenshot of the first setup screen... The code I am using is ./fah6 -bigadv -advmethods -smp 8
and it does automatically from there... is there a problem with this setup? Using FAHmon to monitor it shows a PPD of just over 28k and ETA of 4h 04min on a 6974 WU

Well, there's your problem. You should one or the other, -bigadv in your case. I would think it defaults into -advmethods if you put in both at the same time or just disregards them both, if you get it going at all. Still no guarantee you'll get -bigadv correctly setup as it is today though.

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Folding P6904 HFM said TPF 1:25:56 with PPD of 5285.4 and an ETA of 5.20:21:28. Do these normally take this long? Just seems like a super long time to get 31541 in points.

Yep, as AA remembered, the max frame time on 6904 is about 79min which leaves very little time to upload the result. The magic number for a 6903 is around 72min, which is way easier to achieve.

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I could probably push the OC past 5Ghz the CPU will do it as I'm under 1.5v now just don't know what my temps would do. Never tried to go past 5 Ghz before.
EDIT: Got an idea! I'm also running a GPU client; so I shutdown that client to see if since it is using up some of the processor's horsepower.

You're running native Linux and folding both the CPU and GPU? Then that's probably why you run such high TPF on your SMP, doing it that way the GPU (with the WINE layer and such) uses a lot of CPU resources, and some have reported of sluggish/laggy desktop when folding GPU in Linux. Probably no need to go for 5G+ with the 2600K (with no GPU running, even 5G+ may not suffice if you fold both) , but if you feel comfortable with the voltage, why not? If you would fold your GPU too, you could try -smp 7/6 instead, but there are some WUs that's not to happy about -smp 7 so it might not be any better than what you have now.


@WonderMutt: About your GPU failing WUs. Do you run -advmethods now and didn't before? That would explain why your clocks has to be lowered, my 460 can't do more than 880MHz on any WU (even standard ones) but my 560Ti had to lowered from 1000MHz to 980MHz to remain stable with the 7620-7622 WUs.
Edited by arvidab - 12/31/11 at 8:16am
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Hey guys sorry I haven't been putting up any points... still trying to configure this linux VM.... I have redone it 3 times now and I'm not sure where I am going wrong... any other suggestions?

EDIT: Ok so gave up on the config I was using... I tried this one... http://www.linuxforge.net/docs/crunching/fah-vmware.php the WU it dl'd is a 6980(not a bigadv as I understand) which boot do I choose: core i7-avx or the regular i7? will I not get a bigadv at all? will they come when they come and just be doing SMP til i get one? I know it changes so we wont get them at all soon.... I just dont get it... =/
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