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post #11 of 52
btw did you give 5ghz a shot yet? i thought that's what you planned on running
post #12 of 52
Yep.. I just haven't grabbed a screnshot to add it to the database yet.

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Name: 2600K
 Path: \\\\2600K\\Users\\Jay\\Desktop\\5000\\
 Number of Frames Observed: 300
 Min. Time / Frame : 00:23:43 - 53,322 PPD
 Avg. Time / Frame : 00:24:20 - 51,308 PPD
 Cur. Time / Frame : 00:24:31 - 50,496 PPD
 R3F. Time / Frame : 00:24:31 - 50,496 PPD
 All  Time / Frame : 00:24:30 - 50,531 PPD
 Eff. Time / Frame : 00:24:50 - 49,852 PPD
post #13 of 52
50k!

good stuff, what's the bios/load vcore?
post #14 of 52
OP's 2600k overclock convinces me I should get that new board right now and chip.. so I can fold more and get rid of this problem I have lol.

CPU client works, GPU doesn't, oh well.


What cooling did you use for your chip? I'm just curious if you ran that on air, I am definitely getting this and see what happens if I can mount an H50 on it smile.gif
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post #15 of 52
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50k!

good stuff, what's the bios/load vcore?
IIRC, 1.46v is set in bios.. At work so I can't check but I think that's what I'm at. Still unsure if I trust it like that 24/7 or not.. H50 does fit, and at these speeds/voltage with the rad in the window I'm running right around 70`C. I'll definatly have to back it off once it starts warming up around here unless I can work out a more permanent way of keeping it cool and yes, I'm working on that...
post #16 of 52
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I just got home about a hour ago and found my computers bsod. I cant explain it since it ran for 10 hours before crashing. Anyways I updated the bios and now I can go to x 50 or higher multi. The bad news that my chip hates me and needs a nuclear reactor to go past 4.7Ghz. I just upped the vcore a bit and running Prime95 blend to make sure that is fine @ 4.7Ghz. As soon as Im sure is stable Ill run my cpu by it self and get some #s for the data base with that 2685 bigadv.
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I was expecting the more popular 6900 but fate struck me down, lol. And yes, Im coming after you!
Yeah, I'm really bummed your WU's at 4.7 GHz on your 2600K only get 1 - 2 thou more project points than me at 4.20 GHz. I have Vuze up 24/7 when I fold, but I am happy as long as my frame times hover in the 29 to 30 min range on a 6900. 77 to 78K per -bigadv will keep things close for me.

You are making me dig up video cards Desert Rat. I have a 5770 and a 9400 GT

Bulldozer will be out early in Q1, and will be 50% faster than Sandy Bridge. The new client and f@h core is going to give the ATI owner's justice, ATI will with make speciial reference folding cards that will be 50% faster and get 60% more PPD for folding than anything NVIDIA can GPU's can do. We will enter a new Golden Age for AMD. I told God this is how it needs to be for a more optimal Universe.

-TG

..Then you..will. die Desert Rat...you will. /yoda
Edited by Tleilaxu Ghola - 1/28/11 at 3:32pm
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50% faster? I will believe it when I see it... Until then, I really have my doubts about it. Not that I would complain mind you, but I think that's a little unrealistic.
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50% faster? I will believe it when I see it... Until then, I really have my doubts about it. Not that I would complain mind you, but I think that's a little unrealistic.
Dude, there was a slide posted on the interent that said this..

-TG
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well if it's on the internet, it must be true!!!111
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