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Ya I have that problem with my 2500k. I can run it at 4.7 rock solid but when I push it up to 4.8 or higher the minor instability just is not worth it for a 24/7 rig
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Ya I have that problem with my 2500k. I can run it at 4.7 rock solid but when I push it up to 4.8 or higher the minor instability just is not worth it for a 24/7 rig

I vote for stability. thumb.gif
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Please welcome thomas_quinn; he fills the Cat2 slot with his GTS 450. biggrin.gif

Welcome thomas_quinn.

A couple of hours ago I uploaded a 66K 6901 and to my surprise I was rewarded with a 6903 that if all goes well will bring around 235K in 4 days. thumb.gif
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Ya I have that problem with my 2500k. I can run it at 4.7 rock solid but when I push it up to 4.8 or higher the minor instability just is not worth it for a 24/7 rig

I vote for stability. thumb.gif
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Please welcome thomas_quinn; he fills the Cat2 slot with his GTS 450. biggrin.gif

Welcome thomas_quinn.

A couple of hours ago I uploaded a 66K 6901 and to my surprise I was rewarded with a 6903 that if all goes well will bring around 235K in 4 days. thumb.gif

Welcome thomas_quinn

Ya stability is what it is all about to get a consistent high PPD. I think I am actually a hundred or two mhz under the maximum but all is running smooth so no need to tinker. A night of downtime will cost more points then the 3% boost to PPD.

I have a 9k that will drop early tomorrow. Since I am not running -bigadv i really hate these giant WUs. They take forever and are not worth that much. But I am already 2 hours into it no since in deleting.
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Fatal Perfection, where art thou? biggrin.gif

I hate the waiting for one of these huge wu to complete even though the ppd and points are great.

Since joining 5-Bits I've noticed something that I wished that I knew along time ago.

It has to do with the points potential of the i5-2500k. I'm referring to the Slammers' DeltaUpsilon i5-2500k @ 5GHz and Full Auto's WonderMutt i5-2500k @ 4.88GHz.
These two machines are not only one-two in their category but the reason their teams are one-two.

I'm wonder what's the potential ppd fore these machines when the big/huge wu go 16-cores?

So crystalhand what kind of ppd are you getting with the smp A3?
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Fatal Perfection, where art thou? biggrin.gif
I hate the waiting for one of these huge wu to complete even though the ppd and points are great.
Since joining 5-Bits I've noticed something that I wished that I knew along time ago.
It has to do with the points potential of the i5-2500k. I'm referring to the Slammers' DeltaUpsilon i5-2500k @ 5GHz and Full Auto's WonderMutt i5-2500k @ 4.88GHz.
These two machines are not only one-two in their category but the reason their teams are one-two.
I'm wonder what's the potential ppd fore these machines when the big/huge wu go 16-cores?
So crystalhand what kind of ppd are you getting with the smp A3?

well the last 2 WU I have had have been the 1013x ones that are 1400 ish base points and 9000 with the bonus. They take about 17 hours which gives me 13k ppd which seems fairly normal (although they suffer more from using the computer while folding). The average PPD is 13-14k but can go to 16 or 17 depending on the WU.

Although I did say that I am at the max stable at 4.7ghz I think I could kick it up to 4.9 stable but with slightly more volts then ideal (around 1.42). I have no problem trying for the new 16core bigadv if people think I can make them. I have never bothered with the bigadv bc they started getting phased out when I looked into it and was not sure I could always meet the deadlines. So if you guys want me to give it a try I dont mind putting VMware on here and going for it.
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So if you guys want me to give it a try I dont mind putting VMware on here and going for it.

If I remember correctly the stop date is Jan 16 so you wouldn't even have 2 weeks. I'd say leave it alone.

I don't know which client you're using but if your using V6 then changing the following option to 'small' might reduce the number of those big workunits.

Acceptable size of work assignment and work result packets (bigger units
may have large memory demands) -- 'small' is <5MB, 'normal' is <10MB, and
'big' is >10MB (small/normal/big) [normal]? small
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Fatal Perfection, where art thou? biggrin.gif
I hate the waiting for one of these huge wu to complete even though the ppd and points are great.
Since joining 5-Bits I've noticed something that I wished that I knew along time ago.
It has to do with the points potential of the i5-2500k. I'm referring to the Slammers' DeltaUpsilon i5-2500k @ 5GHz and Full Auto's WonderMutt i5-2500k @ 4.88GHz.
These two machines are not only one-two in their category but the reason their teams are one-two.
I'm wonder what's the potential ppd fore these machines when the big/huge wu go 16-cores?
So crystalhand what kind of ppd are you getting with the smp A3?

I'm here...

Got my power supply in the mail the other day but I've been really sick since new years and haven't been able to get to putting it in. Should get that done tomorrow hopefully. Then the only question is: Will I get -bigadv or normal SMP. Hopefully bigadv is in supply again, all those SMPs in December were killing me.
    
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I'm here...
Got my power supply in the mail the other day but I've been really sick since new years and haven't been able to get to putting it in. Should get that done tomorrow hopefully. Then the only question is: Will I get -bigadv or normal SMP. Hopefully bigadv is in supply again, all those SMPs in December were killing me.

Hope you get well soon.
I have a bigadv rig that is still pulling the normal SMP and I don't think the server problem that caused this drought has been fixed.
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What's thomas_quinn's folding name?
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What's thomas_quinn's folding name?

I think I found it.biggrin.gif

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