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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by Darkstar » Thu Jun 11, 2009 2:22 pm

I'll see what i can get going.....

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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by InspectahACE » Thu Jun 11, 2009 5:07 pm

hercules71185 wrote:If it didn't heat up my damn room so much with 1 GPU folding I'd think about SLI haha.
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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by hercules71185 » Thu Jun 11, 2009 5:18 pm

DAYUM this project sucks!!! haha I didn't know what you all were talking about when you said 511 point WUs suck. My estimated PPD with FAHMON went from 8.5k to 5500 with this one with my GPU.

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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by stopthekilling77 » Thu Jun 11, 2009 9:56 pm

I could resume for a while :/ I feel guilty for having stopped out of the blue but when you live with your parents they tend to call the shots
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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by KnightRid » Fri Jun 12, 2009 5:58 am

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KnightRid wrote:I am TRYING to get a core i7 to replace the htpc that took a crap, but the car just needed 2 friggin fuel pumps ( I REALLY want to beat the living **** out of these morons that design cars - 2 fuel pumps on a Saturn Vue - its only like a 15 gallon tank WTF!!! ) and of course each pump is over $400, so a $1300 garage bill will probably be waiting for me today or tomorrow when its done. Just dont know if the wife will go for the "replacing the htpc" thing after that ;)

lost a LOT of points when that puppy went down too! Wish the video card would have survived :( That was the 9600GSO I bought just for that system and folding.

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I live less than 10 miles away from a Saturn only salvage yard and know them fairly well... Do you want me to get you a salvage one under warranty? I can prolly ship you a complete take for under $100 so all you have to do is replace the tank. Not sure if you can tell that shop to stop, but if it isn't too late let me know... If you want me to check into it I can PM you my phone number and we can figure it out.

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Yea, it was already too late - he had everything apart and 1 pump in, but the second pump was the wrong part - seems everyone has the wrong part for the secondary pump so he had to get it from Saturn themselves. Figure this, it was CHEAPER through Saturn..LOL.

I will have to keep this in mind if we have more problems!!! Or maybe i should just ship the car to you and let you deal with it - ROFL

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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by hercules71185 » Fri Jun 12, 2009 12:19 pm

haha Jinxed myself with that 511 point guy. Now I have a 1888 point one and it's only at 6300 ppd with it.

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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by geokilla » Fri Jun 12, 2009 1:28 pm

hercules71185 wrote:haha Jinxed myself with that 511 point guy. Now I have a 1888 point one and it's only at 6300 ppd with it.
1888 point WU are really good. They keep my GPU nice and cool and put out lots of PPD. The weird thing is that it doesn't use the GPU that much, yet it can still put out so much PPD. Stanford needs to better optimize their FahCore_14 imo. Imagine the PPD those 1888 point WU can put out if the FahCore_14 stressed the GPU like those WU using the FahCore_11.
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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by hercules71185 » Fri Jun 12, 2009 2:11 pm

yea, my gpu hasn't even really had to turn the fan on, even when I manually set it to 100%. I can't push out more than 5.5k PPD with the big WU

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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by skier » Sat Jun 13, 2009 2:48 pm

back online, started it up last night, both GPUs going for about 14 hours, netted a total of: 800 pts and change :? it certainly helps when 9 units get a combined 0 points :roll:
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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by geokilla » Sat Jun 13, 2009 4:51 pm

skier wrote:back online, started it up last night, both GPUs going for about 14 hours, netted a total of: 800 pts and change :? it certainly helps when 9 units get a combined 0 points :roll:
What happened to those 9 WU?

I like how this thread got derailed so much. I'M ALL FOR A FOLDING CHALLENGE!
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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by werewolfdaddy » Sat Jun 13, 2009 6:18 pm

I haven't been completing a single WU on two different computers for a good while now and didn't know it. I'll get these buggers back in business. With that taken care of, I'll look into getting my folding team back on task. Though it might be difficult. Most have been crying about electric bills.
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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by stopthekilling77 » Sat Jun 13, 2009 11:29 pm

I'm game... Need to prove i still support [email protected] cause I've dropped off the map. I will say this though, when you're not the homeowner, you stop folding when the billpayer says stop :/
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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by skier » Sun Jun 14, 2009 7:47 pm

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06.13.09/4,094/7
06.12.09/0/9
if i was running 24/7 i'd get 15 units or so in a day, not sure the points i'd get as i've been out of the loop for a month tho
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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by geokilla » Sun Jun 14, 2009 8:45 pm

skier wrote:

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06.13.09/4,094/7
06.12.09/0/9
if i was running 24/7 i'd get 15 units or so in a day, not sure the points i'd get as i've been out of the loop for a month tho
If I run 24/7 with the Notfred client on my laptop and AMD X2 rig, full power on my own system (install Linux if I want to get more points), I should be able to get about 8000 PPD I think...Add that with my friends folding under my name at full power (highly unlikely) and I'd be able to output over 15 000 PPD! Alas, that'll never happen.
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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by vicaphit » Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:03 pm

I am in. I might be able to get my 8800GT folding, as my electric bill wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. I will ask the soon-to-be-wife if she doesn't mind it running in the corner.
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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by bigblockmatt » Mon Jun 15, 2009 7:37 pm

i got my new system all put together and folding was the next on my list to going. i will be running 24/7. might as well put it to use!
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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by InspectahACE » Mon Jun 22, 2009 5:46 pm

Any idea on when this contest/challenge will begin?
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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by pwcmed » Mon Jun 22, 2009 8:53 pm

How does ATI cards do with folding. I have two 4870s that I can fold with right now.

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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by KnightRid » Tue Jun 23, 2009 8:22 am

InspectahACE wrote:Any idea on when this contest/challenge will begin?
Hopefully AFTER I get my i7 :)

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Re: Time for an LR Folding Challenge?

Post by pwcmed » Fri Jul 10, 2009 2:11 pm

Ok, so I've been folding for a couple days and averaging 6500 PPD with a 9800 GT and 4870. Does that sound about right?

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