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That's really interesting, I've been running at 1333, maybe that is why D:
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Both sets of RAM should be arriving tomorrow afternoon and I will be right in the middle of P6900's on both rigs so I should find out pretty quick what the performance difference is.
I should be installing of another S.B. rig this weekend on top of the 3 i'm currently running. Each one has a different type of ram with different timings and amounts. I know 2GB's of ram will limit you to 38K ppd on bigadv even with the CPU overclocked to 5ghz so there is a massive bottle neck there.

All my rigs are now running 4 gigs of ram, but the new rigs (i have two more in waiting) will be running 8 gigs and it'll be interested to see the difference on my end. I'll post my findings along with speeds of the ram on each rig. I'm kinda surprised nobody has really done an in depth look at building the best -bigadv rig.

Also note, I'll be comparing my windows PPD with native Ubuntu as well.
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Also note, I'll be comparing my windows PPD with native Ubuntu as well.
it'll be a ~10k increase

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I will certainly update with my results.

Based on what I have been reading, the timings don't mean nearly as much for bigadv as speed. I will be going from 1600 to 2133 in one rig and 1333 to 2133 in the other. I think the new sticks are 9-10-9-27??? Can't remember now. I ordered the ripjaws 2x2g set mentioned in the online deals section. $55 shipped from newegg. I had been watching them for quite some time.
i gained 2-3k ppd going from 1600mhz 9-9-9 to 2133mhz 9-10-9
post #314 of 359
Has anyone been able to get the temperature sensors working in 10.10? Only thing I can't seem to get working.
 
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lm-sensors works fine for me
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Strange, I could not get it to detect any sensors on mine.
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Alright...ups was running a little slow today but I finally got the ram. I have run a few frames on each rig and initial observations are an improvement of about 2 minutes per frame on p6900.

The new ram is g.skill ripjaws 2133mhz 9-11-9-28. I was so ready to get the new ram in place I don't remember exactly what the timings of the old ram was because I had it set on auto in the bios instead of the xmp profile. One rig was using g.skill ripjaws 1600mhz and the other rig was using patriot vipor at 1333mhz.

I will sell the old sets so hopefully the upgrade won't cost me to much. But at $55 per rig right now I would say a 3 hour reduction per work unit is worth it.
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Strange, I could not get it to detect any sensors on mine.
It seems that on 10.10 the sensors do not work for asus boards. If you upgrade to 11.04 not only do the sensors work, but hfm and fah work just the same as they did on 10.04. No longer having to run HFM as root.
 
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post #319 of 359
well i have some results. I'm at 4ghz on air with one of my S.B. and I'm getting about 44k ppd w/ 4gigs of ram @ 1600mhz running native Ubuntu

post #320 of 359
Very nice AMD.

Update on my new ram...

My dedicated rig picked up another p6900 and through 5% completion is showing frame times of 26m 44s and ppd of 44,400, an improvement of about 5k ppd. This is while also running a gts 450. This rig went from 1333 to 2133mhz ram and is at 4.6ghz.

Hopefully those frame times hold and I can get a screen capture this afternoon when I get home.
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