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post #31 of 359
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Originally Posted by Digigami;11954181 
Oh yeah doh.gif I forgot completly to mention another option I found, probably the same thing. I think it said cpu current limit or something to that effect, I will have to check and I'll update the thread. Mines in percentages, options 100%, 110%, 120%, 130% and 140%. I have it at 130atm.

yeah! i did that too just now i have it at 140%. biggrin.gif i'm doing a bigadv just to see what the PPD would be on that with my proc @ 4.7ghz
post #32 of 359
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Awesome, your running 4700 for it? That will be the first numbers we have for 2686 too, and I'm running a 6900 at 4700 right now so we'll have a good comparison between these WU's.

Are you using the rig also or is it folding with no background apps?
post #33 of 359
I just stopped the bigwu just because i remember i need 10 smp's finished before i can do bigadv and get rewarded for it. frown.gif

this is a completely dedicated folding rig. I'll never use it for anything else.

currently with WU P6072 @ 4700Ghz I'm getting 22426.3 PPD
Edited by AMD SLI guru - 1/9/11 at 6:19pm
post #34 of 359
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Originally Posted by AMD SLI guru;11954379 
I just stopped the bigwu just because i remember i need 10 smp's finished before i can do bigadv. frown.gif

this is a completely dedicated folding rig. I'll never use it for anything else.

Have you not folded SMP already on another rig? If not well then yeah your fubar. If you have just use the same passkey that you have used previously. You will have to start a fresh WU; if you add a passkey in the middle of a run it won't work.
post #35 of 359
I do SMP on like 4 other computer lol does it only track your passkey for bigadv? if that's true, then I'll delete and start up bigadv again
post #36 of 359
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Originally Posted by AMD SLI guru;11954426 
I do SMP on like 4 other computer lol does it only track your passkey for bigadv? if that's true, then I'll delete and start up bigadv again

You have to go and register for a passkey and enter it. If you haven't done that before then you don't have one and your still going to have to do the 10 wu's on the passkey before getting bonus. Get a key, put it on all your smp clients and let them all work together to register it.

linky edit
Passkey FAQ
post #37 of 359
well done and done... I've been using the same Passkey for over a year biggrin.gif

I just deleted my wu and started up my bigadv. I'll post my findings in a few after it's done 3%.
post #38 of 359
Think I setup this up right, I think
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post #39 of 359
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Originally Posted by Versa;11954966 
Think I setup this up right, I think

Looks great! thumb.gif

Just not sure why it's showing 4/4/2011 in the cores/thread wth.gif Probably something I messed up. Do you remember exactly what you entered there?

EDIT - Fixed. Thanks for your results!
Edited by Digigami - 1/9/11 at 7:29pm
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No problem, Love trying to be useful. biggrin.gif
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