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1) Message boards : Number crunching : 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing Challenge (Message 131309)
Posted 2 hours ago by Profile bill1024
A lot of the errors are mine from one stubborn computer that does not like the memory at its rated speed. It is DDR4 3600 19.20.20.40 T2
AT 3600 it errors, but it can run good @3500, 3700, 3800 and 3900. @4000 windows freezes
It will even run 3500 16.17.17.38 T1
It has been running real good last couple days at 3700.18.19.19.40 T1 not one more error

Same system last challenge, gave me a bunch of errors. Different brand and speed ram.
But it too did not like the rated DR4 3000 it would run at 2800 2900 3200 and 3200.
So I changed brands and sped to the DDR4 3600. Does not like 3600
I have no idea why. All the other settings are all the same, DDR V and VVT and so on.
I saved the BIOS profile so not to make the mistake again with the wrong setting.

I will say the speed from 3100 to 3700+ makes a good bit of difference in task times when doing one task per core HT off, that's fore sure.

Sorry about all the errors

System is an EVGA z370FTW motherboard.
i7-8086k CPU - water loop cooling
G-skill DDR4 3600 19.20.20.40 old ram was vengeance DDR4 3000, both 2x8gb.
EVGA 1080Ti black GPU with water-block
EVGA 850w P2 PSU
Samsung 981 256gb NVME OS drive

PS,
Should mention that it did run at rated speed doing other projects like WCG
That even makes it more weird that it is the PG LLR tasks that made it do that
2) Message boards : Number crunching : 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing Challenge (Message 131139)
Posted 4 days ago by Profile bill1024
Good luck everyone, lets find some primes. Lots of them!

Last challenge I had a bunch of errors from one system. One wrong memory setting can really make a difference.
It returned two good results then went down hill from there. Think I fixed it.
Good luck!
3) Message boards : Number crunching : 2019 Tour de Primes (Message 127200)
Posted 149 days ago by Profile bill1024
Odd,
https://www.primegrid.com/workunit.php?wuid=600136042


Yes it is, first time I have seen that.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : 2019 Tour de Primes (Message 127112)
Posted 151 days ago by Profile bill1024
Boy, it sure is a quiet mountain this year!


Don't forget the pipeline.

Aha! So this is what we need to win, huh? ;P


Well played sir.
Good luck everyone.
We have had days where no primes were found at all. If by chance that happens, will it be extended another 24 hours, pick another day, or forget it all together?
5) Message boards : Number crunching : 2019 Tour de Primes (Message 127064)
Posted 151 days ago by Profile bill1024
Does any one really know what time it is? Does anyone really care?
6) Message boards : Number crunching : 2019 Tour de Primes (Message 127059)
Posted 151 days ago by Profile bill1024
And it should be 12:00 AM
7) Message boards : Number crunching : 2019 Tour de Primes (Message 127058)
Posted 151 days ago by Profile bill1024
It starts at 12:00:01 UTC roughly 3.5 hours from now

Bill where do you get "12:00:01" from? It starts 00:00:00.


Sorry I was never in the military and I do not use a 24 hour clock.
Either one is still correct. Give or take one second.
8) Message boards : Number crunching : 2019 Tour de Primes (Message 127054)
Posted 152 days ago by Profile bill1024
I found this at the bottom of the results page.

Mountain stage list (reported Feb 19 00:00 UTC to Feb 20 00:00 UTC)


Gah! I'm late!!! Thanks!


No you are not late, it is in UTC time. It starts at 7PM Eastern USA time on the 18th
3Hr 20min from not roughly.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : 2019 Tour de Primes (Message 127053)
Posted 152 days ago by Profile bill1024
Every thing from PG is in UTC You can add a 2nd clock in windows that will show in the lower right hand conner on the task bar where where the clock is.
It will pop up when you hover your mouse over the clock. Add it by right clicking on the clock, then adjust time and date, then over on the right add additional clocks for different time zones.
One clock will say "Local time" one will say "(Clock 2)"
10) Message boards : Number crunching : 2019 Tour de Primes (Message 127049)
Posted 152 days ago by Profile bill1024
It starts at 12:00:01 UTC roughly 3.5 hours from now


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