CPU Moderator, VC&G Moderator, Elite Member
- May 16, 2002
Err, I've been in your team since near the startYes biodoc and I thought one more. Assimilator ?
That HD 5850 would be good at Milkway@H or Einstein@HI just messed around with trying to get my old HD5850 up and folding on Linux Mint...uh, no joy, but it was fun to goof around.
I was hoping the extra PPD would help, but it seems that the GPU is far too legacy for Linux and F@H. I bet it would only crunch a few thousand PPD at this point.
This seems to be a common limitation, I'm looking at getting a DP to HDMI adapter, the ones I've seen so far are limited to 1920x1200 too, see this oneMy output may have been down slightly last night, I paused my single RX 470 board and Ryzen R5 1600 CPU (10 CPU threads) from Folding, to let it finish up the WUs, so that I could remove the card and box it up, which I didn't end up doing until this morning when I woke up. So I just got back from the Post Office and an appt., and plugged in a fresh new (mining edition) Sapphire RX 470 4GB in its place, which is now Folding again, whew. (Unfortunately, I have it hooked up to a 4K UHD 40" display, and ... the card only has a single DVI-D port, which I've attached an ATI-branded DVI-D to HDMI adapter, and the Windows driver is only giving me 1080P60, not 4K30, for some reason. Grr.) ....
That HD 5850 would be good at Milkway@H or Einstein@H
Question about this: where do you see that there are times that it takes longer for work to complete? Is it a website?I can see a few tiny results you seem to have sent in.
I was also wondering about the times when your main machine seems to fail to complete work. Are you doing other stuff, or is it erroring out, perhaps from too high an overclock on the GPU? The first time I overclocked my GPU I got errors. If it's not you pausing F@H to do more important stuff, check your logs for errors.
Ah, gotcha. I thought you had some other website where you could see more details.@Modular I'm just looking at stats on https://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/user_summary.php?s=&u=366037
I don't have any special insight about WU times. If there's instability you should see something in the log file with fahcontrol.
My only recommendation is to use the EVGA software just to control the temp in a profile, but do NOT overclock them. I have 12 1080TI's and they are all EVGA FTW3's, and I have no issues with stability.Question about this: where do you see that there are times that it takes longer for work to complete? Is it a website?
I'm actually wondering if my eVGA software isn't causing instability.
My only recommendation is to use the EVGA software just to control the temp in a profile, but do NOT overclock them. I have 12 1080TI's and they are all EVGA FTW3's, and I have no issues with stability.
Over $600 a month, ad I am told power is cheap here in Oregon.Good stuff thanks. I do use the eVGA Precision X software and I've had no issues either. I haven't had one WU get rejected that I can see in the logs. 12 1080TI's sounds like quite a bit of fun! You're kicking butt out there! What's the average power bill?
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