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bmichaels556

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    bmichaels556 got a reaction from TheBahrbarian in Folding@home PPD of different hardware/settings?   
    Thank you!  
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    bmichaels556 reacted to TheBahrbarian in Folding@home PPD of different hardware/settings?   
    Not running it at the moment, but I think it typically runs sustained at like 1902mHz or something. Typically get a junction temp of 91c and overall temp of like 72c
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    bmichaels556 reacted to TheBahrbarian in Folding@home PPD of different hardware/settings?   
    Folding on just my 5700xt I think I am averaging around 1,200,000 PPD, left everything stock pretty much. The card is running on the PowerColor OC bios, drawing like 202W i believe.
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    bmichaels556 reacted to Tristerin in How big is the actual performance boost going from DDR-2133 to 3000? (Ryzen)   
    For Gen 1 (Zen) it depends on the task - Cinebench?  Doesn't give a shit between 2133mhz to 3600mhz.  Gaming?  Absolute night and day difference for CPU bound titles.  If it were me, and it was (I own 2133mhz CL14, 3200mhz CL16 3600mhz CL18 kits) I would go with the absolute highest frequency possible.  With Zen, timings didn't mean nearly as much as frequency however so I cant comment on that with Zen++
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    bmichaels556 reacted to ShrimpBrime in How big is the actual performance boost going from DDR-2133 to 3000? (Ryzen)   
    As a note:
     
    If the video is more than 2 years old, the comparison to memory from then to now could vary with test results while new ICs are produced at various speeds and IC quality.
     
    Generally speaking you can get 3600mhz Memory with timings as loose as 18-22-22-22 2T/1T CR at 1.350v. This would be poor quality memory and likely will be an issue on any Ryzen Platform.
     
    The actual sweet spot for Ryzen is 3600mhz at CL 16-16-16-16 1T CR 1.350-1.400v
    A good tweak for additional over 3600mhz would be running 3466 at 14-14-14-14 1T CR 1.350v-1.400v.
    Beyond 3600mhz, if able to Run Cas 16 up to 4000mhz is a good performance increase.
     
    One should always value the numbers from default to the highest frequency One's system can clock to at X frequency with X timings and X Cpu speed. 
    The Processor frequency plays a big role in memory performance.
    In example:
    If we run Say 3200mhz memory and Cpu at 4ghz, you get X score.
    If you raise memory to 3400mhz and Lower Cpu to 3.8ghz, your score will likely be the same or lower. 
    So never forget to take into account that a locked Cpu frequency is the best way to test your memory performance gains as a fluctuating processor frequency can change your tested results.
     
    Hope this helps for some understanding.....
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    bmichaels556 reacted to ShrimpBrime in How big is the actual performance boost going from DDR-2133 to 3000? (Ryzen)   
    That's about 433Mhz increase in effective clock frequency. That would drop latency a considerable amount. Worthy enough to see the performance gains. 
     
    Spending money is up to you though. Could you live and game without faster memory?? Well yea sure. 
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    bmichaels556 reacted to Slottr in How big is the actual performance boost going from DDR-2133 to 3000? (Ryzen)   
    Not night and day, but it's a fairly noticeable boost in performance.
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    bmichaels556 reacted to Umeshwarnath in How big is the actual performance boost going from DDR-2133 to 3000? (Ryzen)   
    The difference is very tangible. 2133 is very slow. I went from 2666 to 3200 and I stopped noticing a lot of stutters that i did with 2666!
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    bmichaels556 reacted to Boomwebsearch in Friend used regedit and i cant fix it   
    Try to run a repair installation of Windows where you can keep your files and programs:    
     
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    bmichaels556 reacted to Ayren in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    checks out with what ive been noticing in HWInfo (note memory controller load)
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    bmichaels556 reacted to Shigeru in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Or rather how to make a bit of money actually... with everything lockdown in Argentina since last week all the jobs I was couting on ended cancelled... but trying to not think too much about economics right now...
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    bmichaels556 got a reaction from SpiritWrath in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Holy hell, I need some more money for folding lmao. Teach me your ways, Sensei!  
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    bmichaels556 got a reaction from El_Psy_CoNGR00 in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Holy hell, I need some more money for folding lmao. Teach me your ways, Sensei!  
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    bmichaels556 got a reaction from son_of_ottie in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Holy hell, I need some more money for folding lmao. Teach me your ways, Sensei!  
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    bmichaels556 got a reaction from Victor Golf in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Holy hell, I need some more money for folding lmao. Teach me your ways, Sensei!  
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    bmichaels556 got a reaction from Shigeru in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Holy hell, I need some more money for folding lmao. Teach me your ways, Sensei!  
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    bmichaels556 reacted to Gorgon in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Hey I resent that.
     
    I don't have a problem.
     
    I can stop anytime I want.
     
    I've even joined a 12-step program.
     
    I mean I did stop buying 2070 Supers after 5 of them and I'm trying to change my ways.
     
    See, I just bought 2 5700XTs today
     
    Just one more quick GPU for the road.
     
    No, I'm OK, I can still drive ...
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    bmichaels556 reacted to n0xlf in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Just some fantasy math here - If every LTT folder donated $1 (would never happen, but work with me here) you could run 23 of the above servers for the remaining time of this competition.  That would be 1,472 cores, 184 GPUs, and 11.2TB of memory.
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    bmichaels556 reacted to GOTSpectrum in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    That would be @Den-Fi
     
    @Gorgon is just as mental
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    bmichaels556 got a reaction from GOTSpectrum in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    What I've found is that setting clock speeds achieved with lowering power limit, to the same speeds without lowering power limit... Doesn't change power usage or folding power. If that makes sense. I'd strictly stick with lowering power limit and calling it good. Just from my limited experience so far though. 
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    bmichaels556 reacted to virus86 in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Thanks. Ill try that if/when my -600 core clock fails.
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    bmichaels556 got a reaction from SpiritWrath in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    I gotta' wonder... What the hell does LegendaryPoet have access to!? (top LTT folding member)
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    bmichaels556 got a reaction from DonBeto in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    I gotta' wonder... What the hell does LegendaryPoet have access to!? (top LTT folding member)
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    bmichaels556 reacted to GOTSpectrum in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    You can just pause the slot you have set on your primary GPU 
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    bmichaels556 reacted to GOTSpectrum in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Update time!
    Averaging more than 100M Point Per Hour during this update!
     

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