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lechumbl

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Hi all.

Here comes the Lee Express. :thumb:

Of course, it will start to slow down, as the numbers of the other members gets larger.

That's OK, it is for the cause and team!!

Take care........

(Braggin' rights is nice too, tho.) :whistle:
 

PerryC

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Hi Steve,

Competition is what makes anything worth doing and fun to boot.
Of course, we are doing this for the medical benefits too!!

Take care..........
Hi all.

Here comes the Lee Express. :thumb:

Of course, it will start to slow down, as the numbers of the other members gets larger.

That's OK, it is for the cause and team!!

Take care........

(Braggin' rights is nice too, tho.) :whistle:
According to the team page on EOC, you are 8th on the team for 24hr avg production...330 points behind krazyups.

That Lee Express isn't going to slow down too much.

On the flip side though, because of my competitiveness I am now taking a serious look to see what I can do to bring up my production.

Way To Fold
 

chrisk

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According to the team page on EOC, you are 8th on the team for 24hr avg production...330 points behind krazyups.

That Lee Express isn't going to slow down too much.

On the flip side though, because of my competitiveness I am now taking a serious look to see what I can do to bring up my production.

Way To Fold

Fall is in the air folks! :ph34r:
 

frontier204

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Way To Fold

Uh oh, with all you folks ramping up again, my "measly" 15kPPD is going to get buried out of sight in the team summary page. <http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_summary.php?s=&t=54196>

I never thought I'd do this, but...
Let me see if putting together a dedicated [email protected] rig out of my spare components will let me keep that spot for just a little bit longer! [eyes Phenom 9950 rig in closet]
I warn you, it will have an IDE hard drive!
 

chrisk

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Way To Fold

Uh oh, with all you folks ramping up again, my "measly" 15kPPD is going to get buried out of sight in the team summary page. <http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_summary.php?s=&t=54196>

I never thought I'd do this, but...
Let me see if putting together a dedicated [email protected] rig out of my spare components will let me keep that spot for just a little bit longer! [eyes Phenom 9950 rig in closet]
I warn you, it will have an IDE hard drive!
My first folding rig was some old parts lying around. IDE hard drive, Athlon x2 3.2 GHZ, 2GB ram.

Now, that sucker is a watercooled i7 970 with an SSD and 6GB of the RAMS!!!
 

BrainEater

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Man you guys aint making it easy.

I'm bringing the last 'garage heater' online today .....

I'll be 70 k and won't move a single place...hahah !!!

fold on !!

:thumb:
 

lechumbl

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Issaquah, WA USA
Hi all,

I just lost a 76k work unit at 86%

[11:51:57] Completed 182500 out of 250000 steps (73%)
[12:45:59] Completed 185000 out of 250000 steps (74%)
[13:50:41] Completed 187500 out of 250000 steps (75%)
[14:32:47] Completed 190000 out of 250000 steps (76%)
[15:11:20] Completed 192500 out of 250000 steps (77%)
[15:49:52] Completed 195000 out of 250000 steps (78%)
[16:28:24] Completed 197500 out of 250000 steps (79%)
[17:07:00] Completed 200000 out of 250000 steps (80%)
[17:45:32] Completed 202500 out of 250000 steps (81%)
[18:24:04] Completed 205000 out of 250000 steps (82%)
[19:02:31] Completed 207500 out of 250000 steps (83%)
[19:41:06] Completed 210000 out of 250000 steps (84%)
[20:19:38] Completed 212500 out of 250000 steps (85%)
[20:58:11] Completed 215000 out of 250000 steps (86%)
[21:21:27] CoreStatus = C0000005 (-1073741819)
[21:21:27] Client-core communications error: ERROR 0xc0000005
[21:21:27] Deleting current work unit & continuing...
[21:21:47] - Preparing to get new work unit...
[21:21:47] Cleaning up work directory
[21:21:47] + Attempting to get work packet
[21:21:47] Passkey found
[21:21:47] - Connecting to assignment server
[21:21:48] - Successful: assigned to (171.67.108.22).
[21:21:48] + News From [email protected]: Welcome to [email protected]
[21:21:48] Loaded queue successfully.
[21:22:25] + Closed connections
[21:22:30]
[21:22:30] + Processing work unit
[21:22:30] Core required: FahCore_a5.exe
[21:22:30] Core found.
[21:22:30] Working on queue slot 07 [August 26 21:22:30 UTC]
[21:22:30] + Working ...
[21:22:31]
[21:22:31] *------------------------------*
[21:22:31] [email protected] Gromacs SMP Core
[21:22:31] Version 2.27 (Mar 12, 2010)
[21:22:31]
[21:22:31] Preparing to commence simulation
[21:22:31] - Looking at optimizations...
[21:22:31] - Created dyn
[21:22:31] - Files status OK
[21:22:36] - Expanded 24829756 -> 30791309 (decompressed 124.0 percent)
[21:22:36] Called DecompressByteArray: compressed_data_size=24829756 data_size=30791309, decompressed_data_size=30791309 diff=0
[21:22:36] - Digital signature verified
[21:22:36]
[21:22:36] Project: 2684 (Run 11, Clone 9, Gen 90)
[21:22:36]
[21:22:37] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[21:22:37] Entering M.D.
[21:22:43] Mapping NT from 12 to 12
[21:22:47] Completed 0 out of 250000 steps (0%)
[22:03:07] Completed 2500 out of 250000 steps (1%)

That really sucks, I was looking forward to stomping Dan. :angry2:

Take care..........
 

frontier204

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Hi all,

I just lost a 76k work unit at 86%

[21:21:27] Client-core communications error: ERROR 0xc0000005
CoreStatus codes - FaHWiki
Error 0xc0000005? - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net
Folding Forum • View topic - Client-core communications error: ERROR 0xc0000005

Hmm are you using a systray client or have memory overclocked? [email protected] wiki points at bug with systray client, while forum posts say it can be memory (or something in the path to memory).
 

_dangtx_

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from time to time it happens,even with a completely stock (and rather) stable machine :)
 

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