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LTT Official Folding Month 2019!!!

Alright guys, the time for locking this thread has come, can you all please use the Folding Community Board for all further talk.

 

Thank you all again for participating in the event.

 

Once the sheet is cleaned up I will edit this post to add the link to the spreadsheet.

 

 

@TVwazhere Can you please lock this thread for me. 

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17 minutes ago, Gorgon said:

You really have to learn how to type one-handed 👶

Feeding a newborn takes two hands my friend.

 

14 minutes ago, justpoet said:

I know it doesn't work great for everybody, but Siri dictation works really well for me most of the time.

Google Voice typing is great, but I don't do using technology when I'm feeling. I believe the baby benefits from having my undivided attention while feeding.


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Just now, GOTSpectrum said:

Google Voice typing is great, but I don't do using technology when I'm feeling. I believe the baby benefits from having my undivided attention while feeding.

YES!!!! You speak form my hart! Sooooooo many parents dont do this :( 


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2 hours ago, sanya567xxx said:

what freq is it running on? have never seen above 1.33 estimated by control panel on the card that isn't even plugged to display/anything.

2000 core and 5454 mem. That's just on that one WU though. The actual production of the card is about 1.25m/day


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Just now, GOTSpectrum said:

Feeling a newborn takes two hands my friend.

 

Google Voice typing is great, but I don't do using technology when I'm feeling. I believe the baby benefits from having my undivided attention while feeding.

You get better at it and won't always need both hands.  Undivided attention is good in the early newborn stage, but having them see other things while you're with them close like that becomes also good later on.  That being said…nobody said you had to dictate during that, it just might help for letting you do more at other times, like if you're holding them while doing normal tasks, which is great for their cognitive development.

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3 minutes ago, GOTSpectrum said:

Feeling a newborn takes two hands my friend.

For a guy


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Gimme your responses; are you folding for research on any disease or are have you been folding toward a specific one?

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Just now, Erudito said:

Gimme your responses; are you folding for research on any disease or are have you been folding toward a specific one?

any, though my "pc" has 22 days to finish, so the deadline would probably expire before then


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50 minutes ago, Metallus97 said:

Wich CPU model do you have?

9600k oc to 4.5 avx, 5.0 non-avx. ppd at 21k atm with 4 cores on this and 2 more on the 2 nvidia folding slots.

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1 minute ago, sanya567xxx said:

9600k oc to 4.5 avx, 5.0 non-avx. ppd at 21k atm with 4 cores on this and 2 more on the 2 nvidia folding slots.

Hm... are u using the PC while its folding? This still seems a bit low even for 4 cores


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7 minutes ago, Erudito said:

Gimme your responses; are you folding for research on any disease or are have you been folding toward a specific one?

Anny. Everything is important and there should be no PPD differences overall. Also my GF who is PhD in molecular biology explained to me that Manny of the projects were calculating for take very general and basic approaches wich can lead to cures for all kinds of diseases... BUUUUT yah I dont know shit abut medicine and biology :D 


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6 minutes ago, Erudito said:

Gimme your responses; are you folding for research on any disease or are have you been folding toward a specific one?

Sometimes I prioritize cancer, most times I just open it up to all.

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8 minutes ago, Erudito said:

specific one

cancer selected as priority in my client. have too many people dealing with it around my family, heard too many stories and am kind of on track on expecting that to appear in my life down like 40 years from now, so yea.

haven't heard about any of the other diseases selectable having an impact on people around me.

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3 minutes ago, sanya567xxx said:

it's playing a 1080p 60 fps stream on twitch at the same time. nothing power consuming else.

okay... that for sure takes some compute time but should not take that much. maybe you just got a low PPD work unit. Maybe monitor it with MFM net


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7 minutes ago, sanya567xxx said:

on linux, right?

No, windows. I don't do linux


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What the actual fuck is wrong with this computer628BB89E-338C-4275-A4E8-128E093550F6.thumb.jpeg.4877ceba706ed07703134edd2917bec3.jpeg


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3 minutes ago, Cereal5 said:

What the actual fuck is wrong with this computer628BB89E-338C-4275-A4E8-128E093550F6.thumb.jpeg.4877ceba706ed07703134edd2917bec3.jpeg

Usually artifacting like that is drivers or GPU memory corruption for likely culprits.  If you're OC'ing the GPU memory, back it down.

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6 minutes ago, Cereal5 said:

What the actual fuck is wrong with this computer

Maybe the video cable? Or bad drivers, bad settings (too high refresh rate?), or the display itself is bad. Maybe try using a different monitor, to see if it's the monitor or the computer itself.


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2 minutes ago, justpoet said:

Usually artifacting like that is drivers or GPU memory corruption for likely culprits.  If you're OC'ing the GPU memory, back it down.

 

1 minute ago, Manmeyco said:

Maybe the video cable? Or bad drivers, bad settings (too high refresh rate?), or the display itself is bad. Maybe try using a different monitor, to see if it's the monitor or the computer itself.

Stock speeds on everything. It's possible it could be a bad monitor but I'd be surprised. The GPU driving the monitor isn't even folding, the 2070S in the second slot is, so even if it crashed, it shouldn't affect the display.


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Try a different cable, sometimes the most complicated problems have the simplest solutions.


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1 hour ago, Cereal5 said:

What the actual fuck is wrong with this computer

*snip*

99.9% sure that's a VRAM issue. Try downclocking the mem clocks, and if that doesn't work then try it in another system. If it still doesn't work then RMA.


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