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I see that I messed up your username so HerkFE great!!! smile.gif

 

@xaviergzz: Could you PM me, email me or even send up a flare if you're monitoring this. biggrin.gif

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For the second time we all ended the month with negative points. biggrin.gif

 

Even though the stats don't show it I know you all put up enough points that if you believe the last positive stats then 5-Bits was in 4th. grouphug.gif

 

HerkFE your rig is probably down! I hope you come home soon. wink.gif

 

Samurai Batgirl's GTX 580 thumbsupsmiley.png.

 

I'm hopeful that we'll have xaviergzz's rig back folding soon. smile.gif

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Looks like the reboot worked all is well it seems
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Looks like the reboot worked all is well it seems

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Good news. Just put in my first order for a new rig.

Spoiler: TJ11 & Quad Titans.

Hope to be competitive again soon.
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wave2.gif LuckyDuck69

My first take was I sure wish I had one of those TJ11 cases but when I saw the price I almost had a heart attack! eek.gif

 

I don't think a Titan is eligible for the TC but I've read that they do fold.

 

I'm planning on taking over the AMD slot if I can acquire a decent AMD card.

That will leave at least one i7 slot open. I say at least because I haven't heard from xaviergzz for a while but I'd sure like to get his rig running again.

 

What I need is my IRS refund to buy my AMD card.

I'm hoping they didn't use my refund for their crazy Star Trek lampoon!

 

So here's to a competitive LuckyDuck69 smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

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I just ordered the TJ11 from FrozenCPU and having them sleeve all the internal cables. Yes, price is retarded.

I honestly don't see why the 3960x is on the list but the 3970x isn't. That is ridiculous nonsense. I'm not buying another 3960x just because its on the folding list. Someone needs to add this chip.

As far as titans go. Same thing. It's new tech & I'm sure they'll be on the list eventually. Along with the 3970x. When they are, 5-bits will have an ace in the hole.
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You have my vote to add the 3970x to the i7 list.

 

Intel Core i7-3960x vs. i7-3970x: A Clash of Titans

 

 

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Conclusion

The Intel Core i7-3970X is no doubt the fastest desktop processor out on the market, but is it a big leap from the i7-3960X? Our testing has shown only a small increase in performance, which is expected with the 200 MHz performance boost that we get with the 3970X. With AMD lagging behind and shifting their focus from the performance desktop CPU market, Intel doesn’t necessarily feel the need push forward with newer architectures. The i7-3970X does not come with a 22nm manufacturing process, so we’re still looking at the same 32nm chip as we saw on the original i7-3960X way back in November 2011, with a slight so called “manufacturer-overclocking”. Ivy Bridge entered the market with the first 22nm chip, which was of course more energy efficient, and with Haswell coming in as the 2nd generation optimized 22nm process microprocessors, we’re not seeing anything new on the enthusiast side that would blow us away. As we know, Haswell won’t be the next enthusiast platform, which makes us worry as to when will we actually see Ivy Bridge-E, which should be the next replacement for the Sandy Bridge-E processor family.

 

On the other hand, the Intel Core i7-3970X did impress us in performance. While the i7-3970X Extreme Edition processor might not be for those already running the i7-3960X, it would be an excellent processor for those thinking about upgrading to a X79 chipset system running the LGA 2011 socket processors. The i7-3960X and i7-3970X will always be a great option for users that need quick processing of resource-demanding  tasks, but the i7-3970X should definitely be on your list over the older i7-3960X model. With only a $10 difference in price, the i7-3970X would provide better performance that would save you time and money in the long run, while it also seems to provide a slightly better overclocking and stability over the previous i7-3960X chip. It is important to understand that a powerful cooling solution will be needed to keep this beast cool, as we have seen in our testing; a small overclock can easily heat up the processor to high temperatures which in the end would result in poor performance due to down-throttling.

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post #1739 of 1755
Exactly. Honestly, the 3930k / 3960x / 3970x are pretty much the same chip.
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Evening folding friends.

Im in need of your help if you are familiar with ubuntu/linux. Ive made a thread here - http://www.overclock.net/t/1375856/fah-smp-folding-bsod-on-linux

Basically I keep getting black screen of death on it, not sure if thats the correct term. Its a wall of white text with black background whist folding.

thanks!
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