Running folding at home on thread ripper

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Re: Running folding at home on thread ripper

Postby Glynn1977 » Mon Sep 28, 2020 2:15 pm

hi all thanks for the help i have been running 6 cpu work loads for over a month temps have been good so from what most have said could run more will see how it goes
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Re: Running folding at home on thread ripper

Postby Glynn1977 » Mon Sep 28, 2020 2:18 pm

forgot to say what gpu i am running asus radeon rx 580 8gb just one did have two and the computer some time kept crashing think it was getting two warm running two cards maybe removed one and its not crashed since cpu is amd thread ripper 2970wx using amd ryzen master to over clock at the moment on 3.8ghz and stable
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Re: Running folding at home on thread ripper

Postby Glynn1977 » Mon Sep 28, 2020 2:29 pm

also running windows ten pro build 19041.508 with 16gb memory
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Re: Running folding at home on thread ripper

Postby MeeLee » Mon Sep 28, 2020 4:26 pm

Glynn1977 wrote:forgot to say what gpu i am running asus radeon rx 580 8gb just one did have two and the computer some time kept crashing think it was getting two warm running two cards maybe removed one and its not crashed since cpu is amd thread ripper 2970wx using amd ryzen master to over clock at the moment on 3.8ghz and stable


If you run 2 GPUs, make sure your PSU can handle it. You preferably run no more than a ~2/3rd load on your PSU.
So if it's a 750W PSU, make sure your power at the wall is below 500-600W.
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