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post #1 of 55 (permalink) Old 08-31-2017, 10:33 PM - Thread Starter
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September Projects of the Month

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Start: 42 - Goal: 22 - End:   |  The goal is fairly random, but I think we should be able to get there.  :D

 

Citizen Science Grid

Start: 4 - Goal: 3 - End:    |  We have a chance to move into the top 3.  It looks like there are some monster tasks that are currently popping up, but we can give it a shot and see if we can crack the top 3.  :thumb:

 

Collatz Conjecture

Start: 5  - Goal: 5 - End:   |  The Francophoners are creeping up on our 5th spot.  Time to put a little more distance behind us. :D

 

 

Great showing last month, so let's see what we can do this month!!



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I'm up on CSG and Collatz.

Stop seemed to lock up my computer with the memory requirements.


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If everything works with the 1950x build it should be up tomorrow when the CPU arrives. I'll put some of those CPU projects on some threads then or at least when I get to 1mil in DrugDiscovery.


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I'm up on CSG and Collatz.

Stop seemed to lock up my computer with the memory requirements.

What were you seeing for memory usage? It looks like less than 1 GB/task in Linux, at least at the start. I haven't run it before, so I'm not sure if memory usage increases as the task progresses.


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I had 4 cores running in windows 7 and it took everything (16gig) it even forced Collatz to quit running.


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I didn't see anything like that in Linux. I loaded up 32 tasks, and let them run for 15 minutes and they were only using a total of about 18GB.

I dialed it back to 6, after they seemed to run OK, to run out my POGS tasks.  So far I have completed 99 tasks without errors.



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Now that summer is essentially over I can start cranking everything back up again. I won't be at full speed until the Ryzen waterblock I ordered finally gets here. I ordered it 2 weeks ago. Those new Heatkiller bocks must be popular, they're out of stock everywhere. Hopefully it's back in stock soon and my order can finally ship.

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Now that summer is essentially over I can start cranking everything back up again. I won't be at full speed until the Ryzen waterblock I ordered finally gets here. I ordered it 2 weeks ago. Those new Heatkiller bocks must be popular, they're out of stock everywhere. Hopefully it's back in stock soon and my order can finally ship.

You will be happy the the Heatkiller block.   When I got my 1700 I just drilled out the brackets from my Heatkiller AM3+ block, because nothing was ready to ship at launch.  I have half a dozen of those blocks now, and they are all good performers with nice, clean, and simple styling.

 

Not to derail the thread, but did you run into any issues compiling with your Ryzen CPU?  I have compiled more than a dozen kernels and many other packages with no issues.  The only thing that errored out was the kill-ryzen GCC compile script.  Not sure if I'm even going to mess with going through an RMA, since all of my real world scenarios ran without a hitch.



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You will be happy the the Heatkiller block.   When I got my 1700 I just drilled out the brackets from my Heatkiller AM3+ block, because nothing was ready to ship at launch.  I have half a dozen of those blocks now, and they are all good performers with nice, clean, and simple styling.

Not to derail the thread, but did you run into any issues compiling with your Ryzen CPU?  I have compiled more than a dozen kernels and many other packages with no issues.  The only thing that errored out was the kill-ryzen GCC compile script.  Not sure if I'm even going to mess with going through an RMA, since all of my real world scenarios ran without a hitch.

I haven't run the kill-ryzen script yet. I need to make some edits to taylor it to my system. I've compiled a couple hundred packages without any problem. The problem I'm having is my system locks up at idle. Everyday when I get home from work my system is locked up. I think it's because I'm using the same Quad channel memory kit I had in my x99 system.

This is my first AMD system in 15 years and so far, it hasn't been a very pleasant experience.

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Things were a little rough for me at launch with quad channel memory issues on my ASUS Prime board, but I haven't had any issues since the AGESA update and the latest BIOS. I have the CPU overclocked to 3825 Mhz, but I haven't touched my memory clocks.


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