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  1. For a three pin fan, yes, the third pin is just speed feedback. I don't remember how it is with four pin ones, haven't tested so many of them. There may also be some special implementations where this don't work, but it should. The ramping fan seems odd, can't recall seeing that except for on my graphics card, but those fans are PWM and end up in some speed regulator loop. Does the fan in the PSU also ramp up and down? Depending on how fancy the PSU is that fan may be directly connected to the 12V rail, so if the PSU is not stable that fan too should ramp up and down.
  2. No, you only need a link to the one you are requesting a badge for, folding ID OR Boincstats account. As far as i know you can't link them together anyway.
  3. If it moves freely and clicks nicely the switch may be okay, best way to know is to measure it, but that again requires a multimeter or something alike. Then it is to check the solder points holding the switch to the board, hard to say what type without a picture, but they should look somewhat even and shiny and sit tight to the circuit board. I don't know what is local to you, Elfa, (Digikey, Mouser,) ask friends, family or someone here on the forum living in the same area, but depending on what type of switch you need it may also be found on Ebay or others alike. As long as the switch is the same physical dimensions the partnumber do not have to be the same but it is favorable, this to ensure same feeling and contact configuration.
  4. Or buy just the switch from the local electronics supplier, the switch usually have a part number somewhere on them. It is a while back since I looked some of this up but then the switches was kind of standard and not to hard to find.
  5. Probably not, afaik it would require a whole new client version.
  6. Yes, at least I have been using a p104-100, mining 1070, for two years now. But mining rigs are not optimal, F@H needs something like a 4xPcie link too keep the GPU fed with data, mining rigs usually only have a 1x link.
  7. Probably only somewhat high end GPU:s and no CPU:s, and that they haven't been folding very long as recent WU:s are larger than older once.
  8. It depends on the F@H server load, I have had some taking 45 min to upload, and that is without loosing connection and having to start a new uppload.
  9. And I click all the links today, hoping for someone to be a bit creative and not sending me to the exact same place as everyone else...
  10. It is up but I think they are still testing as the server doesn't have any available WU:s atm. https://apps.foldingathome.org/serverstats
  11. Tested and no more errors only completed tasks
  12. I saw that, hopefully it will work, it should as it says support for Turing. I haven't tested yet but will as soon as the GPUGRID tasks run out
  13. Don't think one more server will do that much of a difference, it's not like they only have one or two now. https://apps.foldingathome.org/serverstats
  14. I found the log but no error messages. I was on their forum and it seems to be a problem with the 16xx series GPU:s and maybe the rtx series. I also found out how to get multiple GPU:s running with Boinc, now I just have to study some more config file writing to force a certain project to a certain GPU. I am running GPUGRID, it just works, in the mean time as I haven't had time to investigate the config and F@H is again dry on WU:s.
  15. That seems to be a capacitor, if nothing else is wrong the card it should work again if you simply remove the capacitor. They may crack of age, thermal or mechanical stress and then become a short circuit.
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