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  1. EOC is working well: https://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/aggregate_summary.php?s= But there is a recurring problem with a couple FAH servers which don't communicate normally with the stat system (albeit everything else is OK with them). See for example: https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=37096 https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=37102
  2. They have now put the new stats at the standard address: Folding@home | Statistics (foldingathome.org) And you're there:
  3. New: https://statsbeta.foldingathome.org/ Old: https://statsclassic.foldingathome.org/
  4. At FAH, they are playing with the stats https://github.com/FoldingCommunity/fah-stats-front-end/ and making a new stats page: https://statsbeta.foldingathome.org/ And somehow it seems to break the Dark extension (total points and team), at least for non LTT members, albeit the standard Web Control is not affected.
  5. I think that Slottr is right. It looks like your new motherboard is missing some specific drivers. You'll find them here: https://www.asus.com/Motherboards-Components/Motherboards/All-series/PRIME-Z390-A/HelpDesk_Download/
  6. I guess many people tune down their big cards if they have to live and/or work with them. If you have your rigs in the basement, no-one is disturbed by the noise (and the heat in summer). If you work with them all day... I do "live" with my rigs and I have made this experience with two 2080ti. One is now under water and can work 100%, most of the time above 5M, I'm still waiting for a water block for the second one and I had to limit her to 75%. And in the summer, I limited all GPUs because of the heat. Further, I would guess that people who actually work with their fo
  7. The system needs some RAM to be functional. The next step could be to replace the RAM, but it is very unlikely that you got two bad sticks. As is, it looks like you have a faulty CPU or a faulty mainboard, with a problem that is affecting the connection with the RAM. As you just bought the machine, I would recommend to contact your vendor and see with them. If you want to try it on your own, you will need spare parts (RAM, CPU, MB, almost a whole system) to isolate the issue. Your vendor will have this kind of material handy.
  8. You mean it doesn't post? That is, you cannot access the first screen and the bios? I would reseat the RAM and maybe try to boot the machine on one RAM stick only. If it doesn't work, try the other one. If none works --> RMA. If the machine posts but doesn't boot, you have a Windows problem or an MBR problem. Do you have a Windows USB stick? You can make one here: Download Windows 10 (microsoft.com) You also can try to start on the Recovery Environnement: start the computer and press and hold the Reset or Start button, until the machine reboots. Do it three times in a
  9. A-J-M

    New Monitor

    I would browse this: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7m5C6_P_lnXb9cHwdo0Ct1TTZ7KUwm3e
  10. Glad it helped! For the rest, the only thing that comes to mind is the connections, the cables. Maybe one of them is not good enough (anymore). Normally, you should prefer the DP port for the 1080p and the hdmi for the 4k.
  11. Maybe scrap the display drivers entirely before installing the new version? https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html
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    Cooling choice

    What do you mean with "Corsair water cooler"? There's a whole world between, say, a Corsair AIO H45 and a Corsair custom loop with multiple rads. For what it's worth, I have made only good experiences with Corsair AIOs. But there sure are better products and possibly less expensive out there now. A good place to start: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=gamers+nexus+cpu+cooler+2020
  13. In the meantime, you might find HFM.net interesting: https://github.com/harlam357/hfm-net You can install it on the Windows machine and add your Linux client. It gives you a good level of control on the remote (and local) client and builds a database of all "your" WUs. Not as fancy and fun as the Dark Extension, but nice, too.
  14. I use RDP: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/remote/remote-desktop-services/clients/remote-desktop-clients This way, you have total control of the distant machine(s).
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