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kr15t0f 18th May 2004 20:06

25% of my WU :S maybe I gonna fold this night.

BZRK 18th May 2004 20:50

I don't get it. I was well underway on this 1 WU and all of a sudden, it starts folding another WU before finishing the other.
Any ideas?

[18:53:49] Completed 165000 out of 500000 steps (33)
[18:53:49] Extra SSE boost OK.
[19:01:13] Writing local files
[19:01:13] Completed 170000 out of 500000 steps (34)
[19:05:59] CoreStatus = 1 (1)
[19:05:59] Client-core communications error: ERROR 0x1
[19:05:59] Deleting current work unit & continuing...
[19:06:19] - Preparing to get new work unit...
[19:06:19] + Attempting to get work packet
[19:06:19] - Connecting to assignment server
[19:06:20] - Successful: assigned to (171.64.122.123).
[19:06:20] + News From Folding@Home: Welcome to Folding@Home
[19:06:21] Loaded queue successfully.

kr15t0f 18th May 2004 20:56

had the same problem, but with no error :D

jmke 18th May 2004 21:25

overclocking is the main cause of errors.

Devroush 18th May 2004 21:25

just send my first protein! :) took me 2 days (10 hours)... older pc is at 13%. Hopefully I can throw in some more pc power tomorrow, if my dad finds it alright ;)

jmke 18th May 2004 21:27

:super:

BZRK 18th May 2004 21:28

Quote:

Originally posted by jmke
overclocking is the main cause of errors.
Ok, I'll lower it down again then. Continuous stress like this on a overclocked system is like asking for trouble, it makes sense :)

Bosw8er 18th May 2004 22:02

Quote:

Originally posted by BZRK


Ok, I'll lower it down again then. Continuous stress like this on a overclocked system is like asking for trouble, it makes sense :)

Benchtesting/crunching/burning/... a 1700XP at 2200Mhz went flawless ... folding gromacs with flags gives errors. Had to lower it to 2000Mhz

187(V)URD@ 19th May 2004 08:16

Quote:

Originally posted by Bosw8er


Benchtesting/crunching/burning/... a 1700XP at 2200Mhz went flawless ... folding gromacs with flags gives errors. Had to lower it to 2000Mhz

dunno if mine folded a gromac but I hadn't a prob with the wu's on my oc'ed xp mobile (2,4ghz ,sometimes 2,6ghz)


Gonna try to add an extra Intel 2.6C , not sure because it from my uncle.

BZRK 19th May 2004 11:50

I finally did my first WU this night :banana:


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