Making [email protected] rigs vacation-resistant?
I'll be going off for a 5-day trip soon, and I'm wondering if there's anything I can do to prevent my folding rigs from choking while I'm not there to poke them.
The two rigs in question are the following:
I'll have a third computer folding, my laptop, but I'll bring that with me and fold off the hotel's power :ph34r:
As the subject, should I do something to make sure they Go_Bananas all through my trip? I will have the rest of my family at home, so I may be able to get them to poke the rigs but I can't have them do anything too detailed.
Remote desktop, etc.
Make sure your overclocks are stable.
That's all I did....
for peace of mind,a ups,and stock clocks? hell maybe lower em a little! :)
Thanks for the replies. My clocks are pretty stable given that one is at stock (!$#!@ Intel motherboard) and the other OCs have run for about a month without issues. Maybe I'll crank up the fan speeds since I won't be around to hear them?
Don't forget about a good UPS.Unless you've got WOL all setup , a power failure will bring it all to a crashing halt.
Yep I have one rig on UPS, but for the other I'm waiting for an on-sale UPS to be able to handle 600+ watts drawn out from its battery. (my current UPS is only working fine for my main rig because the Sandy Bridge processor makes up for the inefficient GPU).
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