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  1. #16
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    Quote Originally Posted by OddGaffer View Post
    thank you pc geek, I've been wanting one of these. 1 mil in the bag now that i got the signature I just need to get that "Folding Frog" banner under my username again and I'll be all set.
    You should be able to apply from in here: http://forums.pcper.com/profile.php?do=editusergroups


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  2. #17
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    Approved OddGaffer for membership

    How to display your "Folding Frog" group under your name in posts?

    A Group leader will accept or Deny your membership after checking your status...

    Once accepted.. Simply revisit the UserCP
    Control panel
    Group memberships
    and scroll down to your group and click the button
    to Identify yourself as a member of this group....
    Update your display....


  3. #18
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    thank you mmettin! Don't want to spoil the surprise but expect my PPD to skyrocket today. I'll share the details after I get done making it happen.

    The funny looking graphs on my EOC page are about to get even more funny looking:
    http://folding.extremeoverclocking.c...hp?s=&u=134399
    Last edited by OddGaffer; 05-30-2014 at 04:40 PM.


  4. #19
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    holy crappola man! If it wasn't for the average being stretched over multiple days you'd already be the #1 producer on the team from what I can see


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  5. #20
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    Woah 320k in one day....DAMN

  6. #21
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    Tough break...when removing one of the gpus the damn pcie slot detached from it's pins and since my watercooling is done with hardline tube I can't move it to a new slot. Trying to figure out a source for a new 2011 motherboard


  7. #22
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    Quote Originally Posted by OddGaffer View Post
    Tough break...when removing one of the gpus the damn pcie slot detached from it's pins and since my watercooling is done with hardline tube I can't move it to a new slot. Trying to figure out a source for a new 2011 motherboard
    Tough break! Hardline watercooling though, post some pics somewhere on the forums!


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  8. #23
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    Will do, once I'm not posting from my phone. Gonna grab an open box rampage iv extreme to replace my rampage iv black. Extra pcie slot might come in handy


  9. #24
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    Yep had to go for the open box rampage iv extreme from newegg. Not a single 2011 board in any store within 50 miles. Hoping to get it Monday or Tuesday at the latest to I can get back to crushing in ppd even more than before. Sadly I doubt the spacing on the RIVE is the exact same as the RIVB so might have to scrap the hardline temporarily. Hopefully I have enough flexible tube on hand to get myself at least up and running. But just for good measure here is a shot I took before all this:


  10. #25
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    Wow. That is one hell of an awesome looking rig. Mine doesn't really hold a candle
    http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.p...28Pic-Heavy%29


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  11. #26
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    Well I'm back on my intel NUC until tuesday when my new motherboard arrives, overnight shipping but it wont go out till monday. but once i'm up and running i'll be folding on the intel 4960x, the 2 780ti's and also 2 superclocked titan blacks at 1006MHz/1111Mhz boost. should make a nice space heater, but i expect the PPD will be quite dreamy.
    Last edited by OddGaffer; 06-01-2014 at 11:42 AM.


  12. #27
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    wow, heavy machinery


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  13. #28
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    nice


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  14. #29
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    Yea, i am moving to the titans due to higher amount of vram for eventual 4k gaming but will have the 780ti's until i sell them so might as well fold on all 4 while i have them as long as my 1250w seasonic psu can handle it.


  15. #30
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    Re: Old timer comes home (new username)

    Just to be safe, if my PSU proves insufficient under the full load while folding what is the proper way to add a secondary PSU to my configuration? I have an extra 850W laying around but dont know how to distribute the load.


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