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LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19

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2 minutes ago, C3Shark said:

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.

Thats actually one reason I oversize my PSU a lot of the time, I look for power supplies that dont need their fans at 50% or so load and then work with that... The way i see it the less stress on your psu the better if you can afford it...


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5 minutes ago, C3Shark said:

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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.

well lol its only 650 at full load it should be pulling 550-600 watts lol  have a 750watt seasonic enroute...woulda gotten larrger but for good ole bender 750 is more than he will ever need in theary. and will be going from a 2011 bronze to a 2019 GOLD


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My team in point Generation order:

- Bender: Corsair CARBIDE 600C | Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 2600 | 64GB DDR4-2666 Ballistix Sport LT | Noctua NH-U14H
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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2x 1TB NVME Samsung 970 Pro | AMD 5700XT XFX Rx-57XT8OFF6 | Gigabyte X570 WiFi Pro | Seasonic FOCUS Plus 750 Gold SSR-750FX | Dell U2719W & 2x D3218HN

 

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- Flexo: Fractal Design Focus G | Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 1400 | 16GB DDR4-2133

256 GM NVME | Quadro P5000 AMD RX580 XFX RX-580P8DFWR  | Gigabyte X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING | 650 Watt XFX | Dell U2414G & U2917W

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- Leela: Dell Inspiron AIO 7775 | Win 10 Pro 2004 | Ryzen 1700 | 16GB Micron DDR4-2400
1 TB NVME Crucial P1 | AMD RX580 | 330Watt ACadapter | 4K 27" LCD

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- iZac (Server): Fractal Design Node 804 | SVR 2019 std | Ryzen 2600 | 32GB DDR4-2400 Ballistix Sport LT | AMD Wraith Prism
1x256GB NVME TeamGroup MP33, 1x512GB NVME TeamGroup MP33, 9x4TB SATA R6 | ASROCKRACK x470D4U | RM650i PSU | NO Monitor

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Mine must be about the same age... it was the only component given a second life in my "new" rig, when I build it 4 or 5 years ago. Also 650W, but a bequit! one

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1 minute ago, cbigfoot said:

well lol its only 650 at full load it should be pulling 550-600 watts lol  have a 750watt seasonic enroute...woulda gotten larrger but for good ole bender 750 is more than he will ever need in theary.

At full tilt, I'm around 350W on my RM850i. I was looking at 650 but Micro Center had these reman with a warranty. 

 

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48 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.  

And the prize for the loudest power supply goes to ... cbigfoot

 

LOL - I've replaced some of the 80mm ball-bearing fans in my UPSes with Noctua 80mm AF and it makes a world of difference but you just went in the opposite direction.

 

I tend to use the 140mm NF-A14 iPPC3000s in all my Fractal cases for the rear exhaust just because and when I put my new 5700XTs in the Define Meshify S I thought - "boy these AMD cards have loud fans" until I realized I upgraded the BIOS on the motherboard while I was rearranging things and had lost the fan profiles and the rear exhaust was running full-tilt.

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1 minute ago, Gorgon said:

And the prize for the loudest power supply goes to ... cbigfoot

 

LOL - I've replaced some of the 80mm ball-bearing fans in my UPSes with Noctua 80mm AF and it makes a world of difference but you just went in the opposite direction.

 

I tend to use the 140mm NF-A14 iPPC3000s in all my Fractal cases for the rear exhaust just because and when I put my new 5700XTs in the Define Meshify S I thought - "boy these AMD cards have large fans" until I realized I upgraded the BIOS on the motherboard while I was rearranging things and had lost the fan profiles and the rear exhaust was running full-tilt.

well its just for 3 days lol and its what i had laying around...i will be putting it as the exaust once i get the new PSU. i didnt realize i had a 2k 120mm i currently have a 1.5k standard Noctua PWM 120mm there.


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So whats yalls bets weather EOC updates this time Betting closes at 6:05PM CST (9 mins from now.)

my bet is epic fail...


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- Bender: Corsair CARBIDE 600C | Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 2600 | 64GB DDR4-2666 Ballistix Sport LT | Noctua NH-U14H
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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- Calculon (MainTower): Fractal Design Meshify S2 White |  Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 3900x | 64GB DDR4-3200 TridentZ RGB @3000 | NH-D15
2x 1TB NVME Samsung 970 Pro | AMD 5700XT XFX Rx-57XT8OFF6 | Gigabyte X570 WiFi Pro | Seasonic FOCUS Plus 750 Gold SSR-750FX | Dell U2719W & 2x D3218HN

 

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- Leela: Dell Inspiron AIO 7775 | Win 10 Pro 2004 | Ryzen 1700 | 16GB Micron DDR4-2400
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- iZac (Server): Fractal Design Node 804 | SVR 2019 std | Ryzen 2600 | 32GB DDR4-2400 Ballistix Sport LT | AMD Wraith Prism
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3 minutes ago, cbigfoot said:

So whats yalls bets weather EOC updates this time Betting closes at 6:05PM CST (9 mins from now.)

my bet is epic fail...

9 PM only

 

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4 minutes ago, cbigfoot said:

So whats yalls bets weather EOC updates this time Betting closes at 6:05PM CST (9 mins from now.)

my bet is epic fail...

Epic fail


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4 hours ago, Bombastinator said:

I think you might be.  A 2070S is a 2070 with gddr6 memory.  It’s as FAST as a 2080 with gddr5 memory, but that doesn’t make it the same.  A 2080S is a 2080 with ddr6 memory iirc.

I'm not sure if that's quite right... Afaik, a 2070s runs a TU104, same as a 2080, while a 2070 runs a TU106 (I think smaller die, less cuda?), and a 2080s still runs the 104 but with a handful more cuda cores (and maybe a higher tune?). 

 

Also, I think all the mid to upper end Turing cards had GDDR6 from launch. 

 

I'm sure @Gorgon would be able to answer this definitively.

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9 minutes ago, HaRdLy007 said:

Epic fail

 

9 minutes ago, C3Shark said:

9 PM only

 

 

13 minutes ago, cbigfoot said:

So whats yalls bets weather EOC updates this time Betting closes at 6:05PM CST (9 mins from now.)

my bet is epic fail...

we all win epic fail it is...


My EOC F@H stats | My F@H Stats | My Real time F@H Production | My Boinc Stats

My team in point Generation order:

- Bender: Corsair CARBIDE 600C | Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 2600 | 64GB DDR4-2666 Ballistix Sport LT | Noctua NH-U14H
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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- Calculon (MainTower): Fractal Design Meshify S2 White |  Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 3900x | 64GB DDR4-3200 TridentZ RGB @3000 | NH-D15
2x 1TB NVME Samsung 970 Pro | AMD 5700XT XFX Rx-57XT8OFF6 | Gigabyte X570 WiFi Pro | Seasonic FOCUS Plus 750 Gold SSR-750FX | Dell U2719W & 2x D3218HN

 

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- Flexo: Fractal Design Focus G | Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 1400 | 16GB DDR4-2133

256 GM NVME | Quadro P5000 AMD RX580 XFX RX-580P8DFWR  | Gigabyte X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING | 650 Watt XFX | Dell U2414G & U2917W

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- Leela: Dell Inspiron AIO 7775 | Win 10 Pro 2004 | Ryzen 1700 | 16GB Micron DDR4-2400
1 TB NVME Crucial P1 | AMD RX580 | 330Watt ACadapter | 4K 27" LCD

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- iZac (Server): Fractal Design Node 804 | SVR 2019 std | Ryzen 2600 | 32GB DDR4-2400 Ballistix Sport LT | AMD Wraith Prism
1x256GB NVME TeamGroup MP33, 1x512GB NVME TeamGroup MP33, 9x4TB SATA R6 | ASROCKRACK x470D4U | RM650i PSU | NO Monitor

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3 minutes ago, mattheginger said:

I'm not sure if that's quite right... Afaik, a 2070s runs a TU104, same as a 2080, while a 2070 runs a TU106 (smaller die, less cuda), and a 2080s still runs the 104 but with a handful more cuda cores (and maybe a higher tune?). 

 

Also, I think all the mid to upper end Turing cards had GDDR6 from launch. 

 

I'm sure @Gorgon would be able to answer this definitively.

Correct - Look at them in TechPowerup Database:

 

2060

2060 Super

2070

2070 Super

2080

2080 Super

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9 minutes ago, mattheginger said:

I'm not sure if that's quite right... Afaik, a 2070s runs a TU104, same as a 2080, while a 2070 runs a TU106 (I think smaller die, less cuda?), and a 2080s still runs the 104 but with a handful more cuda cores (and maybe a higher tune?). 

 

Also, I think all the mid to upper end Turing cards had GDDR6 from launch. 

 

I'm sure @Gorgon would be able to answer this definitively.

My 2080Ti shows as TU102

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9 minutes ago, Orecal said:

I am still new to this how do I set it to Advanced mode?

open up the advanced control, click on configure in the top left corner then click on the expert tab, under extra client options click add, in name type client-type in value type advanced then click ok then save.

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Please stay on topic to folding/the event. This thread is long enough as it is without posts not related to the discussion.

If you want to share what you ate for dinner then please use the off topic chat thread or post as a status update.

 


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1 hour ago, C3Shark said:

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.

I got a steal of a deal on a RMX 1000i for my 2700X/Vega56 which is complete overkill, the CPU/GPU combined at full load are just barely enough to trip the fan to run at around 450W, until that point the PSU is fully passive. Needless to say the fan only runs at boot as part of the PSU power on test.

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1 hour ago, Gorgon said:

And the prize for the loudest power supply goes to ... cbigfoot

 

LOL - I've replaced some of the 80mm ball-bearing fans in my UPSes with Noctua 80mm AF and it makes a world of difference but you just went in the opposite direction.

 

I tend to use the 140mm NF-A14 iPPC3000s in all my Fractal cases for the rear exhaust just because and when I put my new 5700XTs in the Define Meshify S I thought - "boy these AMD cards have loud fans" until I realized I upgraded the BIOS on the motherboard while I was rearranging things and had lost the fan profiles and the rear exhaust was running full-tilt.

 

That's the nature of 3k RPM fans. The iPPCs are by far the best I've owned (bless Newegg's bulk buy discount) but are on par with some Corsair models.

 

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Just sharing:

 

I had a go at running the Folding@Home client on an AWS instance of type g4dn.xlarge - this has a single nVidia T4 GPU assigned against it (I know the T4 cards have two GPUs, but AWS's virtualization only assigned one) + 4 Xeon cores (Cascade Lake).

 

In any case, the Folding @ Home Controller is show it as 13,045 points a day (so that's the GPU + CPU)

 

By comparison, the GTX 950M (+i7 7500U) in my Asus laptop is pulling abou 1,300 points a day.

 

A g4dn.xlarge instance runs at $0.71/hour out of US-West-2 (Oregon). 

 

I had originally set it up to try out come cloud gaming using the Steam Remote Play, but the network latecy was too terrible to work well.  Will try Parsec next.  But when I was done my testing, I just though to leave the Folding client running over night to see how th T4 CPU does.  So there it is. 

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11 minutes ago, chaozbandit said:

 

That's the nature of 3k RPM fans. The iPPCs are by far the best I've owned (bless Newegg's bulk buy discount) but are on par with some Corsair models.

 

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I had scythe fans in my sandy bridge rig.. really. REALLY good from what i remember


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9 minutes ago, Covenant said:

Just sharing:

 

I had a go at running the Folding@Home client on an AWS instance of type g4dn.xlarge - this has a single nVidia T4 GPU assigned against it (I know the T4 cards have two GPUs, but AWS's virtualization only assigned one) + 4 Xeon cores (Cascade Lake).

 

In any case, the Folding @ Home Controller is show it as 13,045 points a day (so that's the GPU + CPU)

 

By comparison, the GTX 950M (+i7 7500U) in my Asus laptop is pulling abou 1,300 points a day.

 

A g4dn.xlarge instance runs at $0.71/hour out of US-West-2 (Oregon). 

 

I had originally set it up to try out come cloud gaming using the Steam Remote Play, but the network latecy was too terrible to work well.  Will try Parsec next.  But when I was done my testing, I just though to leave the Folding client running over night to see how th T4 CPU does.  So there it is. 

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the gpu doesnt appear to be running change it to client-type advanced you want every penny you spend back no use waiting for something else


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- Bender: Corsair CARBIDE 600C | Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 2600 | 64GB DDR4-2666 Ballistix Sport LT | Noctua NH-U14H
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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- Calculon (MainTower): Fractal Design Meshify S2 White |  Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 3900x | 64GB DDR4-3200 TridentZ RGB @3000 | NH-D15
2x 1TB NVME Samsung 970 Pro | AMD 5700XT XFX Rx-57XT8OFF6 | Gigabyte X570 WiFi Pro | Seasonic FOCUS Plus 750 Gold SSR-750FX | Dell U2719W & 2x D3218HN

 

Honorable Mentions:

- Flexo: Fractal Design Focus G | Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD Ryzen 1400 | 16GB DDR4-2133

256 GM NVME | Quadro P5000 AMD RX580 XFX RX-580P8DFWR  | Gigabyte X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING | 650 Watt XFX | Dell U2414G & U2917W

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- Leela: Dell Inspiron AIO 7775 | Win 10 Pro 2004 | Ryzen 1700 | 16GB Micron DDR4-2400
1 TB NVME Crucial P1 | AMD RX580 | 330Watt ACadapter | 4K 27" LCD

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- iZac (Server): Fractal Design Node 804 | SVR 2019 std | Ryzen 2600 | 32GB DDR4-2400 Ballistix Sport LT | AMD Wraith Prism
1x256GB NVME TeamGroup MP33, 1x512GB NVME TeamGroup MP33, 9x4TB SATA R6 | ASROCKRACK x470D4U | RM650i PSU | NO Monitor

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On Order: - Scooty-Puff SR: Dell G5 5505 | Windows 10 Pro | AMD RYZEN R7-4800H | 16GB DDR4-3200 | 512GB NVME | AMD RX5600M | 240 Watt ACadapter

- Scooty-Puff: Dell XPS 9575 | Win 10 Pro 2004 | Intel i7-8705 | 16 GB RAM DDR4-2400 (intg) | 2TB NVME Intel 660p | AMD RX VEGA M GL | 130Watt ACadapter

- Scooty-Puff Jr: Inspiron 7375 | Win 10 Pro 2004 | AMD RYZEN 7-2700U | 16 GB DDR4 Hynix 2400 | 1TB M.2 Sata SSD MX500 | AMD RX VEGA 10 | 45Watt ACadapter

 

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F@H Babysitter | F@H in the Dark

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2 minutes ago, KenjiS9965 said:

I had scythe fans in my sandy bridge rig.. really. REALLY good from what i remember

I can't speak for the others, but the 3K was basically a Delta lol. Shame Scythe is no longer around...


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18 hours ago, YuuKi-AnS said:

My Client's version is too old??  hmmm...But Chinese user maybe can't update new client.

Why wouldn't you be able to download new client?

1 hour ago, SenKa said:

Im using shockingly low power, actually had to check if everything was folding.

 

ryzen 9 3900x, RTX 2070, GTX 670. All only drawing 520w from the wall.

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Well, that is usual power usage for those three "units", not sure how that is "shockingly low" for you.


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Case Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA  Storage  Samsung Evo 970 1TB & WD Red Pro 10TB

PSU Corsair HX850i  Cooling Custom EKWB loop

 

Display Acer Predator x34 120Hz

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Can I get a F

 

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