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GIMPS / Re: Project Settings
« on: 31 March, 2017, 11:50:55 PM »
KB and I ran GIMPS during our vault push last year, CPU crunching is just waaaaaaaaay to long... lolol.
looks like they're now supporting pascal ? please let us know how to run this on GPU, tried before on my 980Ti and it just crashed. :(

I am going to create a thread on running this tomorrow for Linux on a Nvidia card. I had it running on an old GTX 260 and it was doing around 50 Ghz-days. I bought a GTX 1050TI (budget pascal, 75 watts) and hit a error due to old software and new hardware. Found where a person just fixed it in this post:

I download his file and it works. It is running at a rate of 315 Ghx-days.  \^/

I am now finishing up running on the CPUs and will just run on GIMPS on the GPU.
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Hardware info, tips & tricks / Re: Run your XEONS at full speed
« on: 16 March, 2017, 11:55:06 PM »
the only downside for now, is every time i restart i have to load the efi driver again.
still looking for a way on how to make this permanent. :(
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Hardware info, tips & tricks / Re: Run your XEONS at full speed
« on: 16 March, 2017, 11:42:02 PM »
this is what i did.
1. download the latest bios
2. extract the zip file posted by Ace
3. extract the latest bios
4. copy the "X10DAL6_910\UEFI\X10DAL6.910" bios file to the "UBU\UEFI BIOS Updater" folder
5. right click on the UBU.bat , run as administrator
* you should see the command window display your motherboard and bios file correctly.
6. follow the instructions on how to remove the microcode and save the modded bios
7. copy the contents of X10DAL6_910\UEFI to a FAT32 usb drive.
8. rename the original unmodified bios to different name.
9. copy the modded bios to the FAT32 usb drive.
10. rename the modified bios to the original bios name.
11. goto your bios, execute uefi shell manager
12. press any key when prompted
13. from the message locate which drive your usb is mounted, mine is fs1
14. type "fs1:" from the command line
15. use supermicro flash utility, "flash X10DAL6.910" to flash the modded bios
16. after finish, restart with a power cycle.
17. goto to bios cpu info, your microcode should now show N/A
18. disable C-state, goto to your bios cpu power management
19. open up uefi shell manager again
20. type "fs0:" , fs0 is my boot drive
21. copy the "v3x2_mc39.efi" or "v3x2.efi" to fs0:\efi\boot\ , type the following command "copy fs1:\v3x2.efi fs0:\efi\boot\" or "copy fs1:\v3x2_mc39.efi fs0:\efi\boot\"
* this is to make a permanent copy of your efi driver, just in case you remove your usb.
* this is where we should add the efi driver to the boot sequence but supermicro shell doesn't have bcfg
22. goto to the "efi\boot" folder and type "load v3x2_mc39.efi" or "load v3x2.efi"
23. you should see a message indicating your cpu set to full turbo or 2.7ghz
24. exit back into the bios by typing "exit" , and load uefi: windows boot manager
25. after windows has started , goto windows\system32\ look for the file "mcupdate_GenuineIntel.dll" , rename this file or delete file
26. restart, and do step 19, 20, 22, 24
26. goto "00_OC ANANDTECH\05 MICROCODE\0x306F2_27-39" copy "0x39.dat" to "00_OC ANANDTECH\06 VMWARE MICROCODE UPDATER\cpumcupdate2.1"
27. rename "0x39.dat" to "microcode.dat"
28. right on "install.bat" run as administrator
29. your cpu should now be able to run at full speed.
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Hardware info, tips & tricks / Ryzen 7 1700 PPW comparison
« on: 16 March, 2017, 01:55:34 AM »
Ok, I had the Ryzen 7 1700 only about 3 days of running on Windows 10 Pro.
I'll do a quick comparison  PPW between the 1700 and my dual E5-2695 es V4.
While these numbers may not 100% correct but I think it should be close.
Need to run like a month or something to get the perfect numbers.
Anyway, I'll pick the points for today 3/15/2017 on both machines:

1700 (16 threads) @ 3.7ghz = 165W
WCG points = 71,655
PPW = 71,655/165 = 434 wcg ppw or 62 boinc ppw

Dual E5-2695 ES V4 (56 threads) @ 2.8ghz = 305W
WCG points = 235,038
PPW = 235,038/305 = 770 wcg ppw or 110 boinc ppw

Note : Both systems are running FAAH but the 2P is running Linux mint and the 1700 is running windows 10.
I'll finish up the cache WUs then I'll install Ubuntu and compare again... Linux to Linux.
If any1 is running a single xeon V4, please post your numbers to compare with the Ryzen.
Ryzen 7 1700X and Ryzen 7 1800X's owners are also welcome  {{{}

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Goofyx / Re: Goofy vm's
« on: 01 January, 2017, 05:24:41 PM »
Be advised .....any higher and "the management" is likely to be in contact after a while.

Not sure what you will get away with but some seem to be anti multiple instances.

So after StyM's above comment and his previous run in with their admin is may be hard to call

Just settling in my MJ12 on a different rig then I will get back to this

How much resources are your 1000 needing KB?
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Site comments, suggestions etc / Re: Board features
« on: 10 July, 2016, 04:20:44 PM »
There is now an option to ignore selected boards. It's in your profile settings (modify profile)
According to the info, this should solve your problem   ;)
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