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 Post subject: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
 Post Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 9:37 pm 
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Just wanted to say, "devjonfos, if you want me to stay in your rear view mirror, you better fire up them GPU's son!!"

Just thought I talk a little smack, to fire some people up around here.

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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Yeah, I could see HZF at my rear view mirror for weeks :D I have been played crysis with TRI-SLI mode lately, so I might let him get very close to me (or over) :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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naya wrote:
Yeah, I could see HZF at my rear view mirror for weeks :D I have been played crysis with TRI-SLI mode lately, so I might let him get very close to me (or over) :lol:


Then squash him again :P

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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How are you guys getting 30k+ PPD averages??

You must have more than one computer running clients?

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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JDookie wrote:
How are you guys getting 30k+ PPD averages??

You must have more than one computer running clients?


I have 3 GTX 285. It could go to 10K PPD if it run 1888 or 353 points project. It got really slow with 511 points project around 7800 PPD. And I also have Q9650 SMP client. Average 3500 -4500 PPD. If I run 24 hours none stop. I could get to 30K+ Although I never get to that number yet because I haven't let my computer do nothing but folding yet :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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naya wrote:
JDookie wrote:
How are you guys getting 30k+ PPD averages??

You must have more than one computer running clients?


I have 3 GTX 285. It could go to 10K PPD if it run 1888 or 353 points project. It got really slow with 511 points project around 7800 PPD. And I also have Q9650 SMP client. Average 3500 -4500 PPD. If I run 24 hours none stop. I could get to 30K+ Although I never get to that number yet because I haven't let my computer do nothing but folding yet :lol:


That's true. I'm getting around 22k PPD with 2 GTX 285's @ 9800 PPD each, so I can definitely see how you get over 30k. Wouldn't you have to run three monitors though to run three separate gpu clients? I thought you had to have a monitor connected to each gpu that's running a client, no?

What about HZF? How are you doing it?

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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If you have monitor with multiple input, then connect a second GPU with extra cable into your monitor, then run two GPU at the sametime. I installed the GPU client and in the Appdata folder I copy and paste another GPU client folder. There is step by step instruction at Stanford website for multiple GPU client with two shortcut for GPU 1 and GPU 2 on desktop. Then you go to Nvidia Control Panel Disable SLI mode, go to multiple display enable your second monitor hit apply. Run the GPU 1 short cut and GPU 2 shortcut. If you have trouble with GPU 2 shortcut with a pop up message something like your GPU current don't have a correct driver etc... that mean your second GPU client set up is incorrect.

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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NAYA have TRIPLE SLI cheat. :lol:

i am reaching only 7800 PPD :cry:

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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Get the X58 classified mobo. You could run 3 GTX 295 and 1 single GPU such as 9800 GT. Then you could have a system with 7 GPU clients and 1 SMP client :lol: That would be 70K+ PPD

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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naya wrote:
Get the X58 classified mobo. You could run 3 GTX 295 and 1 single GPU such as 9800 GT. Then you could have a system with 7 GPU clients and 1 SMP client :lol: That would be 70K+ PPD


I knew there was a reason why I should have gotten the GTX 295's instead!! :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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mo_town_man wrote:
Just wanted to say, "devjonfos, if you want me to stay in your rear view mirror, you better fire up them GPU's son!!"

Just thought I talk a little smack, to fire some people up around here.


I've pulled over and turned my hazards on...lifting the hood now, a cloud of steam rolling up and out... :lol:

A little too hot right now in my apartment so all folding has been suspended. :cry:

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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I've pulled over and turned my hazards on...lifting the hood now, a cloud of steam rolling up and out...

:lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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devjonfos wrote:
mo_town_man wrote:
Just wanted to say, "devjonfos, if you want me to stay in your rear view mirror, you better fire up them GPU's son!!"

Just thought I talk a little smack, to fire some people up around here.


I've pulled over and turned my hazards on...lifting the hood now, a cloud of steam rolling up and out... :lol:

A little too hot right now in my apartment so all folding has been suspended. :cry:


When folding the puter does burn 100 more watts of power (in my case, more on the higher end GPUs) and does generate a lot more heat. So I do understand where you are coming from.

I have been curious why some get to about where i'm at and stop. Hopefully its not due to GPU/CPU burnout. lol. As I want to use the puter for some time.

Well, today passed ya by. Seen ya on the side of the road, but seen the tow truck there, so keep on going. Hopefully will see ya in my rear view once things cool down.

==danny
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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
 Post Posted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 10:47 pm 
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Warning: SteveP69

I'm in your rear view mirror and got both whimpy 9800's folding away!!

If you want to hold on to your hard earned # 5, you better get your GPU's going at it..

Just giving ya Fair Warning.

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 Post subject: Re: I'm in your Rear View Mirror devjonfos
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Well, you had fair warning SteveP69, guess you wanted to save on your electric bill, and didn't want to burn that extra 100 watts per hour. (and can't say I blame ya in this tough economic environment)

I'm # 5 now, and looks like I'll be there for some time, as billybigfoot is got a much higher score, or unless someones comes up from below.

Anyone want to make small chat about how folding is going during the hot days of summer?

I know my fans are sure getting a workout... 70 to 100% at nearly all times....

--danny
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