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Augie breaks 2,000,000 points Folding

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Re: Augie breaks 2,000,000 points Folding

Postby augie » Sun Jun 14, 2009 3:24 pm

yeshuas wrote:I never could get it to run right in 64 bit Vista, so I stuck with 32 Bit, well 32 bit Windows 7 and XP on another machine


Me either, X64 in any flavour would not allow me run my pair of 9800's, no way could I get nVidia to recognize the second card. So, it's Vista X86 on the quad and W7 X86 systray on the X2. Geez, I got 18.5K for yesterday! :shocked: ^*^ I figured 16 to 17K max but I'll take it.:)

@Bill Something is really wrong with your hardware as you're getting an unstable-machine error which usually happens with an OC that's too high and I know you're not doing that. Perhaps try to underclock the card by using eVGA's Precision tool. Should work for most cards. Start with a %5 reduction.

Also, the reason you're getting such low points is that stanford blocks the client for 24hrs. after three errors. You're going to have to baby this if you want more points until you find a stable clock.
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