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Old December 30, 2010, 08:25 AM
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Well it took me 4 boards and almost 2 months, but I managed to complete my 1st WU using the SR2.
Proof the SR-2 isn't always going to ouputt great PPD numbers eh? Thats like what 2,000PPD... Actually, thats not all that bad...
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Old December 30, 2010, 08:29 AM
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I'm sorry my friend - I haven't even started yet! I've been having too much fun benching with my X5677's that I haven't even looked at my ATCS840 yet. At this rate, it probably won't be until late January / early February that I get started on the shoehorning.
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Dead Things you should remind everyone at team NCIX about the next Chimp Challenge, Give everyone lots of time to put together that spare rig sitting in their closet. And see if you can get the NCIX stores to Fold use their floor model PC's during the Challenge(Secret weapon). Both teams are looking great, Go Team Canada
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Old December 30, 2010, 09:01 AM
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and doing a worklog with terrible pictures with too much flash.
I will endeavor to do the same with a 800D

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Disappearing ram! And Uncore at 16x makes the board unstable! Damn. But what's weird, it that if I choose 15x, board is stable, all 6Gb are found... no voltage changes. What voltage should I change for 16x Uncore? Vtt is at 1.35V, IOH 1.4V
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Does the uncore really make that much of a difference to your PPD? I never noticed one with my 970. Its only for the on-die memory controller, and things like the PCIE bus, etc...

Considering most of those things wont bottleneck your ability to protein fold...I would just leave it with whatever is stable.
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About 5% ppd, between 12x and 18x...
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or -100% if it BSOD's...


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hoookay, I read $150 at the start. Are there certain sizes for the motherboard standoffs? - I would be doing this on the cheap.. and for $150 for a one-two time use is a bit extreme.
Well, Canadian Tire does have some 50% stuff sometimes.. i'd pick that set up then.


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Yeah, I just bought the 20 piece set for about that much yesterday.
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Disappearing ram! And Uncore at 16x makes the board unstable! Damn. But what's weird, it that if I choose 15x, board is stable, all 6Gb are found... no voltage changes. What voltage should I change for 16x Uncore? Vtt is at 1.35V, IOH 1.4V
have you tried 17x or 18x uncore? One thing I found is that the SR-2, or at least my board and CPU combo did not like certain uncore values at certain clocks. At 190 bclk it refused to detect all dimms at 17x uncore, but 18x uncore worked great.

Also try setting your IOH on auto, I did that and it seemed to run at lower volts stable then what it would require if I manually dialed it in(1.425v to 1.35v). As well, try setting your VTT at 1.375.
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