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RAS_3885

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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from Favebook in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    It's just the WUs.  I was initially worried once I got my 1660 Ti up and running, but here's the spread of PPD I've seen over the past 50 WUs, sorted from lowest PPD to highest.
     

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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from Gorgon in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    It's just the WUs.  I was initially worried once I got my 1660 Ti up and running, but here's the spread of PPD I've seen over the past 50 WUs, sorted from lowest PPD to highest.
     

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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from LauriHimself in 1440P Widescreen GPU   
    If you're already set on getting a 1440p display then just go for it and see how your graphics card holds up.  2560x1440 @ 60-75 Hz should be fine for your 1070 Ti.
     
    If you find the performance lacking, then upgrade the GPU.  If you're happy with it, then you've saved yourself the cost of a new GPU.
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    RAS_3885 reacted to Erudito in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Just checked my WUs, I apparently just got over 100

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    RAS_3885 reacted to givingtnt in As an 18 year old, best way to earn? STOCKS, TRADING, BETTING, ? Start young :D   
    Getting a job and not spending your money is a good start
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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from Mattias Edeslatt in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Dang everyone, nice work!  I was hoping as the daily average came up with all 3 GPUs running I would break into this list during folding month, but y'all keep raising the bar.
     

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    RAS_3885 reacted to GOTSpectrum in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Well, 
     
    with all of the bad news I've been having and posting about here I guess it's time for some good!
     
    I got engaged today! My partner asked me and well... Here we are!
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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from TVwazhere in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Dang everyone, nice work!  I was hoping as the daily average came up with all 3 GPUs running I would break into this list during folding month, but y'all keep raising the bar.
     

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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from GOTSpectrum in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Dang everyone, nice work!  I was hoping as the daily average came up with all 3 GPUs running I would break into this list during folding month, but y'all keep raising the bar.
     

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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from ir8munk33 in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    What are you using to collect what appears to be real time PPD data on a per slot basis?
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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from Kochiha Ichihara in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Alright, good news this morning!  I found a reference online for making sure Windows doesn't have the FAHcore21 process as low priority, so switched it to Normal before going to bed.  Checking status this morning shows my 1080 completed an 870k PPD WU overnight and started working on another one for 850k PPD.  They are both a P14220 WU which I haven't seen before (or at least recently) so I'm more inclined to believe it was just low-PPD WUs I was getting before that was causing my 1080 to sit around 650-670k PPD.  At least now I know it's not underperforming for some other reason (beside WUs which I can't do anything about).
     
    Also, seems I fixed my 1070/1660Ti Linux machine too!  I previously had the 1070 in the top slot and the 1660 Ti in a lower slot. 1070 was consistently at 700-730k PPD, but the 1660 Ti was stuck around 580-600k PPD, which is low.  After swapping them around the 1660 Ti is now running at 860k and the 1070 is still at 750k.  I don't know if there's something about the 1660 Ti that was unhappy in the lower slot, or if by deleting the slots in the client, swapping cards, and re-adding them somehow "reset" something that was glitchy.
     
    Also, removing the two CPU slots did not appear to affect PPD at all.  I lost the ~50k combined, but I think the GPUs were running faster as a result of freeing up the CPUs.  They were set to use 6/8 threads, but maybe that was still too much.  IDK, they are super inefficient anyways and not worth it (i7 2700k and 4790k)
     
    Regardless, I went to bed sitting right at 2M PPD and now have it running at 2.5M estimated with just a small amount of shuffling.  Hopefully this rate keeps up!
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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from Gorgon in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Alright, good news this morning!  I found a reference online for making sure Windows doesn't have the FAHcore21 process as low priority, so switched it to Normal before going to bed.  Checking status this morning shows my 1080 completed an 870k PPD WU overnight and started working on another one for 850k PPD.  They are both a P14220 WU which I haven't seen before (or at least recently) so I'm more inclined to believe it was just low-PPD WUs I was getting before that was causing my 1080 to sit around 650-670k PPD.  At least now I know it's not underperforming for some other reason (beside WUs which I can't do anything about).
     
    Also, seems I fixed my 1070/1660Ti Linux machine too!  I previously had the 1070 in the top slot and the 1660 Ti in a lower slot. 1070 was consistently at 700-730k PPD, but the 1660 Ti was stuck around 580-600k PPD, which is low.  After swapping them around the 1660 Ti is now running at 860k and the 1070 is still at 750k.  I don't know if there's something about the 1660 Ti that was unhappy in the lower slot, or if by deleting the slots in the client, swapping cards, and re-adding them somehow "reset" something that was glitchy.
     
    Also, removing the two CPU slots did not appear to affect PPD at all.  I lost the ~50k combined, but I think the GPUs were running faster as a result of freeing up the CPUs.  They were set to use 6/8 threads, but maybe that was still too much.  IDK, they are super inefficient anyways and not worth it (i7 2700k and 4790k)
     
    Regardless, I went to bed sitting right at 2M PPD and now have it running at 2.5M estimated with just a small amount of shuffling.  Hopefully this rate keeps up!
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    RAS_3885 reacted to BabaGanuche in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    670k PPD. I was expecting more than my 980TI but then again in just might be WU I am working on. but is not OCed nearly as much as the 980TI
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    RAS_3885 reacted to BabaGanuche in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Just got the 1080 I picked up today up and running.
     

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    RAS_3885 reacted to palespartan in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Yes. It just allows it to hit the higher power target if needed. like when you move the slider all the way up in afterburner. But yes to actually achieve it you will need to oc. I was only saying that might be the issue since it was so much lower than the rating but like you said you caught it at a dip. But if your interested in more overclocking stuff in linux this is the place to check.
     
    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/NVIDIA/Tips_and_tricks
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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from palespartan in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Ah, that is a great point.  Sounds like overclocking is the only logical solution then!
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    RAS_3885 reacted to shaz2sxy in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Woohoo - i'm averaging 2million PPD now
     

     
    Lets see if I can keep this up
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    RAS_3885 reacted to Gorgon in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    I don’t know why it sets fold-anon=true but it always does that and theirs no harm
     
    about the only documentation for the flags is found by running
    FAHClient —help in a terminal or using a UNIX TELNET  client (i.e.PuTTY on Windows) and telnetting to TCP Port 36330 and typing “help”
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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from RGProductions in Really need to talk to someone about my findings   
    I don't know anything about the types of findings you're talking about, but if you consider this even a remote possibility (which I find unlikely) then don't do it.  Jail is bad and video games are not worth jail time.
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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from RGProductions in Really need to talk to someone about my findings   
    Sounds like you've found something you have a passion for.  Find a way to make that your job.  There are plenty of instances of companies (many times BIG companies) employing people to try to expose security flaws.  Investigate that and find out how you might get in that line of work.  Clearly the companies you've tried contacting so far are either A) not interested, or B) more likely highly skeptical of a random person waving "look I broke your thing now fix it" in front of their faces.  Assuming they even got the message at all.
     
    If you feel like you need to talk with a counselor then please do.  It may be embarrassing at first, but they're professionals looking to help people.  Alternatively, reach out to some close friends and talk things over.
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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from palespartan in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Every little bit helps!
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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from sazrocks in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Every little bit helps!
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    RAS_3885 got a reaction from GOTSpectrum in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    Every little bit helps!
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    RAS_3885 reacted to Deses in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    I just joined the team! I have a measly 4670K but I want to contribute. :D
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    RAS_3885 reacted to GOTSpectrum in LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!   
    I'm getting fed up of slots not downloading WUs!!!!!
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