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Well most people who fold don't fold at stock. You may be one of the odd one's out there that don't so that's why i referred to it.

I know he has done SMP at 4.3 i don't care about SMP otherwise i would have asked for SMP. If you read my post i said i wanted to see -bigadv at 4.3 which is what i do want to see.

And obviously if you read more, you would see that i already have a older i7. So you need to just look.
I have read the entire thread already. In case you did not read it, he said he should drop back to stock to get some more numbers. To this I was agreeing when I said that we would like to see bigadv at stock. I was not the only one that asked for it. Read back and see that someone else was interested.
It would be nice to know for the people that end up with a regular 2600.

And I did read your post:
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Why do you want to see what it can do at stock? Nobody run's at stock ever so why run it there? Do a comparable test. 2600k at 4.3 vs i7 at 4.3.
no mention of bigadv there... which is what I replied to you about.


Edited by k4m1k4z3 - 1/7/11 at 4:22pm
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You know its kind of odd being kinda excited for someone I know very little about, to hurry up and get home from work so he can get on his computer... LOL
You think your excited.. Imagine how slow this day has been going for me! Now 25minutes after I was supposed to leave, but I figure another 20 and I'm outta here.. I do have to stop off for a coffee with a friend on the way home but I will get back to work within hours. I promise!
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You think your excited..
Is it bad that the moment you posted this thread I had to leave and was refreshing this page on my iPhone while at every red light?
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And just to add to some of the previous posts regarding numbers at stock speeds... For me anyways, it's very good to know how both the smp and bigadv work scales, from stock, to modest to (fingers crossed) amazing clock speeds. The scaling is key. If only I could get ahold of a killowatt so I can find the clockspeed/power/ppd sweet spot...
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Is it bad that the moment you posted this thread I had to leave and was refreshing this page on my iPhone while at every red light?
Nope.. not at all. If someone else was the lucky one to get a SB for folding play first, my blackberry would have been burning up all day long.

Side note, I am super happy I got to be the one, hopefully i'm doing a good enough job for everyone. It sure has been fun. Except getting up for work today, I stayed up too late last night
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You think your excited.. Imagine how slow this day has been going for me! Now 25minutes after I was supposed to leave, but I figure another 20 and I'm outta here.. I do have to stop off for a coffee with a friend on the way home but I will get back to work within hours. I promise!
I hear ya, always seems to work that way doesnt it, always when you have something to do or planned lol


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Is it bad that the moment you posted this thread I had to leave and was refreshing this page on my iPhone while at every red light?
not at all considering im doing kinda the same but im in my mod room working on some sleeving.
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must know -bigadv ppd
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I want to see 4.6+ Ghz SMP first, then start on bigadv.
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Ok guys, now I have some time.

I loged into home from work this afternoon and switched my i730 over to regular SMP after it finished a bigadv just to compare. Heres the hfm screen a few mins ago.



I'll switch it back to bigadv after that WU. 2600K with the H50 and a single fan continued folding since last night at 4300 with voltage control auto by the asus suite. Stayed at 50`C all day long. I guess its time to learn how to overclock this thing now
Edited by Digigami - 1/7/11 at 6:45pm
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Ok guys, now I have some time.

I loged into home from work this afternoon and switched my i730 over to regular SMP after it finished a bigadv just to compare. Heres the hfm screen a few mins ago.



I'll switch it back to bigadv after that WU. 2600K with the H50 and a single fan continued folding since last night at 4300 with voltage control auto by the asus suite. Stayed at 50`C all day long. I guess its time to learn how to overclock this thing now
Hard to compare because they are not the same projects but still cool to see the difference. Recent SMP WU's suck because my i7 used to get 20-22k ppd and the same overclock that now only yields 14-16k ppd.
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