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Well here we are guys, the end of the road for folding month 2021, thank you all for getting involved and I hope you guys have a good christmas and new year. 

 

 

Remember if you are wanting to continue talking about folding, the event or anything related you can go the the folding community board

 

 

 

@TVwazhere @Spotty Could you please lock the thread and move any further posts after this one to the folding community board. 

 

Wait is a rx480 not supported anymore?
I cant get it to fold.

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57 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

Wait is a rx480 not supported anymore?
I cant get it to fold.

It should be supported as far as I know

 

What're the full system specs? 

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7 minutes ago, GOTSpectrum said:

It should be supported as far as I know

 

What're the full system specs? 

C2q q6600 bsel, 4gb 667mhz ddr2, dg33m03 motherboard, other drives, rx480

Theres no way I can find it to start folding. Cpu will fold tho

I could use some help with this!

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3 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

C2q q6600 bsel, 4gb 667mhz ddr2, dg33m03 motherboard, other drives, rx480

Theres no way I can find it to start folding. Cpu will fold tho

First time setting up folding or is this a machine you've used folding on in the past?

In the folding at home client add a new work slot for the GPU. Also get rid of the CPU work slot, CPU folding isn't really worth it with good CPUs let alone something 15 years old.

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Just now, Spotty said:

First time setting up folding or is this a machine you've used folding on in the past?

In the folding at home client add a new work slot for the GPU. Also get rid of the CPU work slot, CPU folding isn't really worth it with good CPUs let alone something 15 years old.

This is my first time setting it up.

Ive set it up on windows before, but it was automatic then.

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37 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

C2q q6600 bsel, 4gb 667mhz ddr2, dg33m03 motherboard, other drives, rx480

Theres no way I can find it to start folding. Cpu will fold tho

Have you tried DDU on the driver, AMD drivers are really funny with folding and OpenCL 

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32 minutes ago, Spotty said:

In the folding at home client add a new work slot for the GPU. Also get rid of the CPU work slot, CPU folding isn't really worth it with good CPUs let alone something 15 years old.

Well ive tried to setup folding on my gts 250 but idk how to do it so im just stuck running my e8400 at a sad 4.3ghz cause cooling issues

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Well ive tried to setup folding on my gts 250 but idk how to do it so im just stuck running my e8400 at a sad 4.3ghz cause cooling issues

That's not supported.

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1 minute ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

Well ive tried to setup folding on my gts 250 but idk how to do it so im just stuck running my e8400 at a sad 4.3ghz cause cooling issues

GTS 250 is no longer supported to run the folding at home application 

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1 minute ago, Spotty said:

That's not supported.

Im assuming its only supported on obselete fah versions

 

Maybe i can get better cooling for my c2d so i can clock it higher, ah well even with cooling my crappy p5q is still a limiter cause it only does 530fsb, still gets its ass whooped by my g31 that does 542fsb, hopefully if i can fix an ep45 then i can get rid of the mb bottleneck issue

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2 minutes ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

Im assuming its only supported on obselete fah versions

 

Maybe i can get better cooling for my c2d so i can clock it higher, ah well even with cooling my crappy p5q is still a limiter cause it only does 530fsb, still gets its ass whooped by my g31 that does 542fsb, hopefully if i can fix an ep45 then i can get rid of the mb bottleneck issue

No, there is no folding core that will allow you to run FaH on such on old piece of hardware. 

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1 minute ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

Im assuming its only supported on obselete fah versions

 

Maybe i can get better cooling for my c2d so i can clock it higher, ah well even with cooling my crappy p5q is still a limiter cause it only does 530fsb, still gets its ass whooped by my g31 that does 542fsb, hopefully if i can fix an ep45 then i can get rid of the mb bottleneck issue

You wouldn't be able to meet the minimum requirements for the event with that hardware anyway. If you even manage to submit a completed work unit before it expires.

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1 minute ago, Spotty said:

You wouldn't be able to meet the minimum requirements for the event with that hardware anyway. If you even manage to submit a completed work unit before it expires.

Ah well if i fail atleast i tried ¯\_ (ツ) _/¯

 

I will upgrade to a diff platform eventually but 775 is cheap and broken mbs for it are also cheap, also mucking around in voltmodding is also something im interested in but these types of questions id just ask ocing forms like w9 cause theres not many ppl looking at this type of ocing

 

Id prob go straight to x58 or x79 cause there are some good deals on those locally with "broken" mobos

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32 minutes ago, GOTSpectrum said:

Have you tried DDU on the driver, AMD drivers are really funny with folding and OpenCL 

ddu is windows.... Im running xubuntu 20.04 ( i think, may be 20.10)

 

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2 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

ddu is windows.... Im running xubuntu 20.04 ( i think, may be 20.10)

 

oh... sorry I misread... 

 

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12 minutes ago, GOTSpectrum said:

oh... sorry I misread... 

 

there is only one man for this... @Gorgon

As @Spotty mentioned:

 

1 hour ago, Spotty said:

First time setting up folding or is this a machine you've used folding on in the past?

In the folding at home client add a new work slot for the GPU. Also get rid of the CPU work slot, CPU folding isn't really worth it with good CPUs let alone something 15 years old.

 

I could use some help with this!

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21 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

ddu is windows.... Im running xubuntu 20.04 ( i think, may be 20.10)

 

Tried Arch btw? /s.

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1 hour ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

ddu is windows.... Im running xubuntu 20.04 ( i think, may be 20.10)

 

F@H on linux with an AMD GPU can be interesting.

I'm running Kubuntu and a 6900XT. I had to install the AMD GPU pro drivers for F@H to even recognise the card. but even then performance is spotty at best.

 

also, on Linux fahcontrol is broken since 18.04. so you are limited to using the web interface or terminal commands.

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7 hours ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

C2q q6600 bsel, 4gb 667mhz ddr2, dg33m03 motherboard, other drives, rx480

Theres no way I can find it to start folding. Cpu will fold tho

What OS are you using? AMD drivers can be a bit finicky sometimes, but the RX 480 is definitely supported by F@H.

 

7 hours ago, Spotty said:

You wouldn't be able to meet the minimum requirements for the event with that hardware anyway. If you even manage to submit a completed work unit before it expires.

Folding@Home assigns WUs of different sizes to more or less powerful hardware respectively, so an overclocked E8400 will likely be able to hit the 40 WU minimum, although it may not be able to hit 500K.

 

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15 hours ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

As @Spotty mentioned:

 

 

Sorry,  gave up on AMD GPUs under Linux. just not worth it from a cost perspective nor the pain and suffering to get the drivers working.

 

Also, had so many issues getting F@H working on 20.04 that I gave up on it and just run 18.04 which just works.

 

And to the gentleman suggesting Arch.  Really? They’re having trouble with a more mainstream Debian fork and you’re suggesting one with even more knobs?
 

I will be trying 20.04 again over the next couple of months as 18.04 is nearing end of life and I would like to get some newer kernels so I can see the proc stats on Ryzen 5000s

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1 hour ago, Gorgon said:

Sorry,  gave up on AMD GPUs under Linux. just North worth it from a cost perspective nor the pain and suffering to get the drivers working.

 

Also, had so many issues getting F@H working on 20.04 that I gave up on it and just run 18.04 which just works.

 

And to the gentleman suggesting Arch.  Really? They’re having trouble with a more mainstream Debian fork and you’re suggesting one with even more knobs?
 

I will be trying 20.04 again over the next couple of months as 18.04 is nearing end of life and I would like to get some newer kernels so I can see the proc stats on Ryzen 5000s

Really? Give up on amd gpus on linux?

amd has been the company open to supporting linux, nvidia has been a whiny little bitch about it. I’d pick amd over nvidia for linux any day just because of that.

 

that dude was joking by the way, did you not see the /s?

10 hours ago, J-from-Nucleon said:

Tried Arch btw? /s.

 

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@HelpfulTechWizard It will show you if you have a GPU slot in the Folding Slots section. If you don't have a GPU slot listed in Folding Slots you will need to set Folding@Home up to use the GPU.

 

Open the advanced control panel.

Click Configure

Go to the Slots tab

Click the Add button

Add a GPU slot

 

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You can also remove the CPU slot from the Slots menu if you do not want to fold on the CPU.

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27 minutes ago, Spotty said:

@HelpfulTechWizard It will show you if you have a GPU slot in the Folding Slots section. If you don't have a GPU slot listed in Folding Slots you will need to set Folding@Home up to use the GPU.

 

Open the advanced control panel.

Click Configure

Go to the Slots tab

Click the Add button

Add a GPU slot

 

image.png

 

You can also remove the CPU slot from the Slots menu if you do not want to fold on the CPU.

This might sound stupid, but how do I open the advanced control panel? I can’t find it, only the xml file, which should be possible is it from, no?

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Just now, HelpfulTechWizard said:

This might sound stupid, but how do I open the advanced control panel? I can’t find it, only the xml file, which should be possible is it from, no?

Right click the F@H icon in the task bar and select Advanced Control. Otherwise from the F@H install folder open FAHControl.exe

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