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11) Message boards : General discussion : Thought for the Day (Message 40832)
Posted 3516 days ago by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~MAB The Frisian
Boni pastoris est tondere rattus, non deglubere


I shall grin all evening about that. Thank you.


Nihil est de re dicendum, libenter
12) Message boards : General discussion : Thought for the Day (Message 40826)
Posted 3516 days ago by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~MAB The Frisian
Boni pastoris est tondere rattus, non deglubere
13) Message boards : General discussion : Thought for the Day (Message 40822)
Posted 3516 days ago by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~MAB The Frisian
Si hoc signum legere potes, operis boni in rebus Latinis alacribus et fructuosis potiri potes!

Well, I can read it but understanding it is a whole other issue, so I don't think it'l provide me a job.
14) Message boards : Number crunching : The Autumnal Equinox Challenge (Message 40789)
Posted 3517 days ago by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~MAB The Frisian
I'm on a Phenom II X4 955 BE here, and it shows 24% progress for 11.5 hours of crunching... can that be right?


My X4 945's (stock) show 70% for 40 hours and still 16 hours to go.
15) Message boards : Number crunching : The Autumnal Equinox Challenge (Message 40786)
Posted 3517 days ago by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~MAB The Frisian
I see our good friends the cows have taken the lead even if only for a short time. We want to give you hope :)


And we give/leave you heaps of dung.
16) Message boards : Number crunching : PPS(S) with Nvida 280.26 (Message 40118)
Posted 3534 days ago by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~MAB The Frisian
Returning to the newer drivers (275.33/280.26) didn't help so it seems to be a Afterburner problem. Ran for quit some time without any problem but suddenly it can't hold the voltages anymore.

17) Message boards : Number crunching : PPS(S) with Nvida 280.26 (Message 40091)
Posted 3535 days ago by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~MAB The Frisian
I am using the 258.96 driver at the moment but found out I can't use Afterburner anymore.
I used that to undervolt both cards by .075V and OC the GTX460SC but now the voltage jumps back to stock.
It seems this driver and Afterburner can't work together.
18) Message boards : Number crunching : PPS(S) with Nvida 280.26 (Message 40051)
Posted 3535 days ago by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~MAB The Frisian
Upgraded driver to 280.26 - I note my PPS(S) CUDA WUs are completing ~12% faster.
Usually took ~68-75mins, it's down to ~57-64min now. So every 10 WUs, +1.
Stable - 8800gtx.
Anyone else seeing speedup? Or something is messing (good) with my cruncher.

Thought I'd try this with one of my GTX460 cards which was running v258.96 at a consistent 19:37 for the current WUs. Installed 280.26 and the the WU completion time increased to a consistent 21:09. Thanks to Driver Sweeper got v258.96 installed again and the times were back to 19:37. I've tried a couple of the builds between these from time to time on different boxes and they were always slower than v258.96.



Instead of 20min 20sec I get around 19 minutes using the older driver on one of my GTX460's so I'll install it on the other one too.


19) Message boards : Problems and Help : Fluctuating times for completing PPS Sieve WU's (Message 29040)
Posted 3807 days ago by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~MAB The Frisian
And again this morning I found it "crunching" at 810MHz ?????
Reinstalling 260.99 didn't do the trick.
Will try the older ones later today.
Using a K9A2GM-FD / FIH/2GB but don't find a setting that could change it.
Before I had a slow 9500GT on it and don't know anything about slowing down with that one.
GPU-Z gives the high clocks while it is running at half of it's speed

Read something about switching off Physx for gaming but what for crunching ?
20) Message boards : Problems and Help : Fluctuating times for completing PPS Sieve WU's (Message 28956)
Posted 3809 days ago by Grutte Pier [Wa Oars]~MAB The Frisian
Is it possible that it reaches a temperature limit and automatically down-clocks?


56°C.

Running F@H it reaches 62/63°C and crunches without clocking down.


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