Well, been quite a while since I posted in this topic.
I finally got another CPU and it did the same thing.
Put in other triple channel memory and only read dual.
Contacted ASUS, and RMA created on my mobo, new one on the way.
Thanx for the replies tho!!...........
Have not heard back as of yet, but I do have some new info.
I pulled HFM.net and tried running FAH GPU Tracker V2 and had the same hanging issues.
So, I just kept deleting the hung units until I got one that did not hang.
If it was going to hang, it would do it right from the start...
I am using v06.2.336, not v0.9.0.548.
V7 is not offered in my version.
I tried v0.9.0.548 and did not like the looks.
Went back to old several months ago, so no changes there.
This is interesting:
Even tho HFM.net show the units hung, the points are being posted at Stanford.
Looks like it is a HFM.net issue.
Why else would the points show at Stanford if they were really hanging?
I tried both the old and the new versions of HFM.net, with the same results too...
I hate to loose the units, as they were at 86% , 94% and 96%, but they would not work, so cleared the Work Folders, will see if that makes a difference.
I will update as soon as I know results.
Thanx for the replies and take care...........
On my three folding rigs, for the last several days, my SMPs are hanging, according to HFM.net.
I restart them and they hang again.
The SMPs on my two desktops are 6097 and 6098.
On my laptop it is 7507.
Anybody else seeing this?
Take care, and thanx in advance.............
Thanx for the info, always ready to learn new things. :punk:
CT3KIT51264BA160B 12GB kit (4GBx3), 240-pin DIMM Upgrade for a ASUS SABERTOOTH X58 System is the memory.
I ordered straight from Crucial.
Mobo is Asus Sabertooth X58.
CPU is Hexacore Intel Xeon X5675.
Have to leave now...
I am a little confused, why reseat CPU?
I am a retired hardware/software from Microsoft, and I have never heard of that.
What is the purpose?
Please don't take my question the wrong way, I am really curious why?
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