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LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19

This event has ended and I recommend you guys head over to the Folding Community Board for any general folding conversation. 

 

 

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32 minutes ago, pbx2 said:

Are people still having difficulty getting WUs?

Neither of my boxes is able to get one.

My CPU has been ok, but my GPU hasn't been able to pick one up since early yesterday. I'm going to add the advanced setting also, worth a shot.

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36 minutes ago, pbx2 said:

Are people still having difficulty getting WUs?

Neither of my boxes is able to get one.

setting the client-type advanced works great for me. also changed the next-unit-percentage to 95 to download a new wu just before the wu finishes.

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9 minutes ago, AppleRebel said:

setting the client-type advanced works great for me. also changed the next-unit-percentage to 95 to download a new wu just before the wu finishes.

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Looks like it's worked, finally picked up one for the GPU. I'll change that setting too, thanks for the suggestion.

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Just now, 61beet said:

Looks like it's worked, finally picked up one for the GPU. I'll change that setting too, thanks for the suggestion.

your welcome, I added the pic so you would see where to add the settings.

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8 minutes ago, AppleRebel said:

setting the client-type advanced works great for me. also changed the next-unit-percentage to 95 to download a new wu just before the wu finishes.

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You should try a little higher the lower the number the longer the WU sits waiting and the less points you get. I've had it set at 98 and that's been working fine for me.


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1 minute ago, marknd59 said:

You should try a little higher the lower the number the longer the WU sits waiting and the less points you get. I've had it set at 98 and that's been working fine for me.

done. thanks for the tip.

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3 hours ago, Bitter said:

Possibly too old, may lack enough OpenCL or double precision math instructions.

https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/radeon-hd-6950.c405

Nope, looks like it'll work.

I get nothing but errors with mine, so its pulled.


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1 minute ago, HaRdLy007 said:

I get nothing but errors with mine, so its pulled.

If it's a factory OC you may need to dial it back some, my Vega was stable except folding. I had to dial back the memory and core a little bit for best balance of stability, power use, and compute power.

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I know LTT is in BC, but really? 😆

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Bitter said:

If it's a factory OC you may need to dial it back some, my Vega was stable except folding. I had to dial back the memory and core a little bit for best balance of stability, power use, and compute power.

Trying to get it working in Ubuntu Linux, so I can't really tweak it.


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Am i the only one who's having really slow upload speed toward fah servers? I mean i have 20mbps in upload but just uploading 15 mb takes like 5 minutes. If you are wondering, my connection is working well, i'm getting at least 19mbps on upload speed on the speedtest.

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48 minutes ago, Allen Frady said:

 

 

Quick question, I also have a 6 core laptop with a 9750H and a 2070 Max Q.  What is the harm on a laptop in having it run 24x7 with the fans blasting (I assume shortened lifespan but by how much)? 

Assuming you didn't oc anything, I would assume only the fans would see any actual wear and tear. All the NVIDIA and Intel protection mechanisms should keep the GPU/CPU safe. According to Google, a typical fan is rated for something like ~50k hours. So in this context with 24/7 folding for 2 weeks to a month time, would be less than 0,1% of the fans rated lifetime... That being said, the noise would be very irritating in a very short while...

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3 minutes ago, Critaek said:

Am i the only one who's having really slow upload speed toward fah servers? I mean i have 20mbps in upload but just uploading 15 mb takes like 5 minutes. If you are wondering, my connection is working well, i'm getting at least 19mbps on upload speed on the speedtest.

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. 

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1 minute ago, MrFinn741 said:

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. 

Oh ok, at least i am not the only one. It's quite frustrating cause in the meantime, i'm losing points.

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Hi Guys,

 

I put up a table comparing the folding teams by the amount the members earned Points per WU. Assuming that you get larger work units  depending on the coputational performance of your components, the team with most points calculated down to a single WU has the most OP Equipment

 

I know, it is not as easy as this, but what the f**** is running in the Basement of TreidonMusicGroup?

 

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5 minutes ago, Lightdrake77 said:

Assuming that you get larger work units  depending on the coputational performance of your components

That's not at all the case though, so the entire thing becomes meaningless...


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3 minutes ago, Lightdrake77 said:

Hi Guys,

 

I put up a table comparing the folding teams by the amount the members earned Points per WU. Assuming that you get larger work units  depending on the coputational performance of your components, the team with most points calculated down to a single WU has the most OP Equipment

 

I know, it is not as easy as this, but what the f**** is running in the Basement of TreidonMusicGroup?

 

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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.

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1 hour ago, LFreeman said:

I'm sorry for your loss...of points

open heart surgery complete the patient is expected to mak a full recovery for 2-3 days till my new psu arrives...the fan failed in my psu it now has a noctua 2000RPM industrial fan inside running at 100% thanks to the 40 MM fans i have from noctua i was able to adapt it to work off the power feed inside the psu with out modifying the fans cable.  


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2 minutes ago, MrFinn741 said:

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.

yeah, but these were only the points and WUs of the ongoing week

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7 minutes ago, cbigfoot said:

open heart surgery complete the patient is expected to mak a full recovery for 2-3 days till my new psu arrives...the fan failed in my psu it now has a noctua 2000RPM industrial fan inside running at 100% thanks to the 40 MM fans i have from noctua i was able to adapt it to work off the power feed inside the psu with out modifying the fans cable.  

Good? to hear

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7 minutes ago, LFreeman said:

Good? to hear

yeah my psu was running almost 200F per my thermal gun so wanted to nip it in the butt before something bad happened...


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1 minute ago, cbigfoot said:

yeah my psu was running almost 200F per my thermal gun so wanted to nip it in the butt before something bad happened...

Why not just cool it down with a jolly bucket full of mineral oil? 😃 No recabeling required!

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3 minutes ago, Lightdrake77 said:

Why not just cool it down with a jolly bucket full of mineral oil? 😃 No recabeling required!

because its 10 9 yrs old lol than you amazon lolimage.png.d311b7d9d43cd9d0b1962ab3f882d210.png

 


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256 GB NVME Toshiba | EVGA 2060 KO Ultra | MSI 2060 Gaming Z | Gigabyte X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING | RM650i PSU | 55" Samsung 120Hz 3D TV

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4 minutes ago, cbigfoot said:

yeah my psu was running almost 200F per my thermal gun so wanted to nip it in the butt before something bad happened...

oof
Now that I think about it, I've not heard the fan on my PSU since I tested it on installation. It's oversized for my modest build.

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