Discussion in 'Distributed Computing' started by Floppyman, Jan 15, 2015.
Try swapping the monitor cable - that is easy.
Okay. Swapped cable so the 3gb card is the display card. Ran stress test, both cards overclocked and went to 1.05 volts. Stopped stress test, the 6gb card returned to base frequency and 0.75 volts. Conclusion? The 6gb card is not happy about something involving [email protected] Not going to worry about it, I'll use it the way it is. Swapped cable back to use the 6gb card for display.
You guys could be billionaires by now if you had put all this processing power into Bitcoin mining.
It would have been cheaper to just have bought bitcoin and anyone could have done that.
What would $5000 of bought bitcoin a year ago be worth now.
At around $1000 per coin a year ago and 11,700 per coin today that would be very roughly around $50,000. I have no regrets though. With cryptocurrency the value could have been near zero as well. It's not the thing for people who are not into wild speculative gambling.
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Well PCM is now #92 on the Teams list. #94 if you add the default setting or a cloud group. pcmech.com - Team Summary - EXTREME Overclocking Folding @ Home Stats
If one looks at the team overtake option there are still over 10 teams that are producing no or few points that can be passed.
As I posted before PCMech [email protected] Team Status I can no longer burn over $100 a month on power. Over 1/2KW per hour not including cooling fans.
I am wanting to use my 70"HD TV and 2 other 40" tv's to make a cockpit for flight-sim.
A big windshield and a driver and passenger window view. Hope it is possible. Maybe DavidM can tell me.
I also want to upgrade my OS to use a 2TB M.2. My system is still running on a SSD and I have an unneeded 2TB spin drive.
That can be done Bob, easily. Just set up your graphics card software to drive three monitors (tv's) and then click and drag whichever views you want over to the side monitors. All of the sims have views for looking out each side of the aircraft. If you want to go into more detail then lets start a new thread for this topic. I didn't know you were into flight simming...cool.