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The Official - Show us your folding rig thread!

Discussion in 'bit-tech Folding Team' started by coolamasta, 4 Feb 2010.

  1. StreetSam

    StreetSam New Member

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    Another one from StreetSam

    Folding @ Home rig type - Dedicated no.1
    Make/Model/MHz of CPU(s) - Intel Q6600 @ default
    Make & Model of GPU(s) - 3 x nVidia GTX650Ti
    Case & Motherboard - Antec 300/eVGA 680SLi
    The Rig's average PPD - 3 x 25000
    Operating system Used - Win 7 64bit
    Virtual or Native SMP(s) - 3 x WinGPU slots
    Power Consumption used - ~325W


    Folding @ Home rig type - Dedicated no.2
    Make/Model/MHz of CPU(s) - Intel G2020 @ default
    Make & Model of GPU(s) - 2 x nVidia GTX660Ti
    Case & Motherboard - Lian Li 7B/MSI Z77A-G45
    The Rig's average PPD - 2 x 70000
    Operating system Used - Win 7 64bit
    Virtual or Native SMP(s) - 2 x WinGPU slots
    Power Consumption used - ~325W


    Folding @ Home rig type - Dedicateded no. 3
    Make/Model/MHz of CPU(s) - Intel G2020 @ default
    Make & Model of GPU(s) - 2x nVidia GTX660Ti
    Case & Motherboard - Lian Li 7B/MSI Z77A-G45
    The Rig's average PPD - 2 x 70000 PPD
    Operating system Used - Win 7 64bit
    Virtual or Native SMP(s) - 2 x Win GPU slots
    Power Consumption used - ~300W


    Folding @ Home rig type - Dedicated no. 4
    Make/Model/MHz of CPU(s) - Intel Q6600 @ default
    Make & Model of GPU(s) - 3x nVidia GTX650Ti
    Case & Motherboard - Antec 300/eVGA 680SLi
    The Rig's average PPD - 3 x 25000
    Operating system Used - Win 7 64bit
    Virtual or Native SMP(s) - 3 x Win GPU slots
    Power Consumption used - ~325W


    Folding @ Home rig type - Dedicated no. 5
    Make/Model/MHz of CPU(s) - Intel G2020 @ default
    Make & Model of GPU(s) - 2x nVidia GTX660Ti
    Case & Motherboard - Antec 300/MSI Z77A-G45
    The Rig's average PPD - 2 x 70000
    Operating system Used - Win 7 64bit
    Virtual or Native SMP(s) - 2 x Win GPU slots
    Power Consumption used - ~325W


    Folding @ Home rig type - Dedicated no.6
    Make/Model/MHz of CPU(s) - Intel G2020 @ default
    Make & Model of GPU(s) - 2 x nVidia GTX660Ti
    Case & Motherboard - Fractal Design Core 3000/MSI Z77A-G45
    The Rig's average PPD - 2 x 70000
    Operating system Used - Win 7 64bit
    Virtual or Native SMP(s) - 2 x WinGPU slots
    Power Consumption used - ~325W


    Folding @ Home rig type - Dedicated no.7
    Make/Model/MHz of CPU(s) - Intel G2020 @ default
    Make & Model of GPU(s) - 2 x AMD HD7970
    Case & Motherboard - Fractal Design Core 3000/MSI Z77A-G45
    The Rig's average PPD - 2 x 120000
    Operating system Used - Win 7 64bit
    Virtual or Native SMP(s) - 2 x WinGPU slots
    Power Consumption used - ~325W
     
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  2. Unicorn

    Unicorn Uniform November India

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    Nice gear everyone :)

    As I've already mentioned elsewhere, all my rigs are currently down due to hardware failures and are getting rebuilt in a more efficient configuration, so once that is finished over the next couple of weeks I will get some photos of them up along with the specs.
     
  3. songzila

    songzila New Member

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    my F@Home viewer is hanging out on windows 7.. did anyone notice it?
     
  4. Somer_Himpson

    Somer_Himpson New Member

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  5. r3loaded

    r3loaded Well-Known Member

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    Time to show off my unashamedly ramshackle folding setup! :cooldude:

    Exhibit A: My laptop - my main work/gaming/folding system. Runs SMP on a C2D 2.5GHz T9300, and GPU2 on an 8600M GT. I disable folding for gaming and graphic-intensive work, but it otherwise runs 24/7. I've also taken the keyboard off and use a small desk fan to keep it extra cool. CPU stays around 55C, GPU runs at 85-90C without the fan, and at 68C with
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    Exhibit B: The server (on the left)- runs SMP on an Athlon II X3 400e at 2.2Ghz. Folding runs 24/7 on this, while serving up files with practically no slowdown. Thanks to the energy-efficient CPU, temps never go above 40C. Computer to the right is an old P4 system, no folding runs on that.
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    Exhibit C: An old Advent laptop - runs single-core client on a 1.6Ghz Turion. Has a very annoying fan, so the desk fan blows some cool air across the desk to keep its fan speed down.
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    Altogether, this setup generates 2200 PPD. Yes, that's all outclassed by a single high-performance graphics card, but it's still something. Next purchase is likely to be a GTS 450 for the server to really boost my output.
     
  6. Phalanx

    Phalanx Needs more dragons and stuff.

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    Nice rigs. :) I must get mine up on here soon. I'll do it once I get my next 2 rigs up and running, then I'll take an overall shot (I run a server cabinet for my folding).
     
  7. DJRenegade

    DJRenegade Yorkshire Warrior!

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    Nice Rigs, im afraid mine is nothing compared to most of these :(
     
  8. Goku

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    Hi All,

    as I have just broke the 400k barrier thought I'd list my rig:

    Folding @ Home rig type - Full time but not dedicated folder
    Make/Model/MHz of CPU(s) - AMD 955 BE @ 4Ghz
    Make & Model of GPU(s) - Gainward Nvidia GTX260
    Case & Motherboard - Antec 1200 & Asus M4A89TD Pro
    The Rig's average PPD - @8000 PPD
    Operating system Used - Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit

    Must say that I'm a bit dissapointed with the AMD running at 4Ghz as it only produces about 350 PPD under Win7. But my PPD may change quite a bit as I'm considering buying another graphix card - probably a GTX460 and then I'll stick the GTX260 in the other machine which should then produce another 7-7.5 PPD
     
  9. Christopher N. Lew

    Christopher N. Lew Folding in memory of my father

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    That's way too low, are you running a classic client? You should be able to get about 10-fold increase using the latest SMP client - which is now much easier to setup and run than previous versions. You may have to run 24/7 (or approaching that) to meet the tight deadlines.
     
  10. Unicorn

    Unicorn Uniform November India

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    Off-topic: CNL, you've got mail - did you get it?
     
  11. jdcrispe95

    jdcrispe95 Windows XP ♥

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    I got the same Laptop charger as you XD
    Trust heap of **** lol :rock:
     
  12. seacombe2379

    seacombe2379 Old Folder

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    Folding @ Home rig type - HTPC come Folder come Gaming rig
    Make/Model/MHz of CPU(s) - Intel Q6600 @ 3GHZ
    Make & Model of GPU(s) - 2X Nvidia 9600GT (Bottom one is dead)
    Case & Motherboard - Thermaltake SwordM (Limited edition never seen another one) XFX 780i SLI
    Any Modifications Done - Fitted new fan to NB (Old one couldnt blow a stamp across the desk)
    The Rig's average PPD - 3.5k
    Operating system Used - Win7 Ultimate 64
    Virtual or Native SMP(s) - ???
    Power Consumption used - Dont care
    Any other info to share -

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    how you like it guys
     
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  13. paddi70

    paddi70 New Member

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    Folder 1. Runs GPU2 with watercooled GTX 295 & 260.
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    Folder 2. Runs GPU3 with 3 x GTS 450
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  14. StreetSam

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    Folding @ Home rig type - BigAdv I
    Make/Model/MHz of CPU(s) - Intel i7 920 (hopefully @ 3.8GHz)
    Make & Model of GPU(s) - nVidia 7200 I think
    Case & Motherboard - Silverstone TJ09
    Any Modifications Done - 240mm rad in the roof
    The Rig's average PPD - ~40,000 I hope
    Operating system Used - Win 7 64bit
    Virtual or Native SMP(s) - Win SMP (BigAdv)
    Power Consumption used - Don't know yet
    Any other info to share - Still awaiting a PSU and DVD ROM drive, currently leak testing, the nasty PSU is powering the pump.


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    I brought the mobo and ram as I had a 920 that was displaced by a 980 and I had meant to update my main machine with it, but couldn't bear to go to all the trouble of transfering all my programs and setting from XP to Win7, so as I had all the other bits hiding behind a sofa I decided to use them, now I have another machine and nowhere to put it :duh:.

    P.S. Yes that is toilet paper under the pump, there was a slight leak there and I find that the coloured water shows up really well on toilet paper :thumb:
     
  15. chin913

    chin913 忍び So say we all

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    Loving the toilet paper streetsam.....is it aldi brand or tesco ?
     
  16. meandmymouth

    meandmymouth Well-Known Member

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    I shall put up a picture once I get my new case!
     
  17. standinwave

    standinwave Folding in memory of my mum

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    Be sure to include some random household item in shot, just to amuse everyone:D
     
  18. Sankia

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    Some of these machines are ridiculously good, and others are just ridiculous. As a human biologist working in cancer research myself, I applaud anybody who goes out of their way to fold, bravo guys.
     
  19. Raxxx

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    Amazing cases, what else is those water cooling pipes connected to?
     
  20. Leroyingo

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    Wow, there are some awesome computers here. :thumb: Almost makes me want to try water cooling.
     

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