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Bastiaan_NL

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  1. What I was trying to say: if you know how many Points Per Day the CPU and GPU produce together, you could check what the GPU produces alone. Compare those results and you might find out that it's more efficient to run GPU only. Less heat most likely means that the GPU will clock a bit higher resulting in lower Time Per Frame so more (bonus)points! 1.4 million on a laptop is really good! Those temps are not bad at all, I was expecting a bit higher
  2. Nice! I'm interested in the results once you've done a few units on that 2070. You might want to try folding on the gpu only after you've set a baseline, and check if it does increase the ppd (less heat from the cpu resulting in higher clocks for the gpu).
  3. I always like to see some testing on new hardware! Let's hope the 3070's perform really good so @Supercrumpet gives me his 2080ti's By the way, working hard to increase the lead even more! Good luck catching me after you're done reaching that 2 billion at ocn..
  4. Do you remember what the temps were like when the card was new? 88C sounds really high, but there are many results if I google it (no personal experience with the 9xx cards). I would take a good look at the cooler surface and chip like @Mistio said, look at how the paste has been pressed out to the sides on the die(maybe not enough pressure), and confirm that all 3 of the fans work. If all the above is looking like it should I would try to add fans to direct cool air to the gpu, and make sure the hot air can escape out of the case. Play around with the config and look for changes.
  5. It should hit thermal limits and start downclocking a bit to stay somewhat safe. I did some folding on my laptop GeForce 850M, 125k ppd on the gpu maxing out at 80c with a few mhz drop from hitting thermal limits.
  6. Hey Cerberus, welcome to EHW
  7. Hehe, no doubt there are higher and more impressive numbers. But coming from 1.3L engines and stuff like that it's pretty big That is one big a$$ ash tray
  8. That is pretty cool! I can't wait for those sexy pics Would be funny to try climbing a ladder and use the camera that way, just don't fall on the hardware...
  9. It's a marine diesel engine. They mainly go in ships, as propulsion, pumps or generators but sometimes as a (backup)generator on land for industrial use. The specs above are from a generator setup, with 8 cilinders it's a total of 2400hp or 1790kw at 1200rpm.
  10. @J7SC_Orion I am speed! @Supercrumpet I love listening to classic trance nation playlists and stuff like while I'm driving, that track fits in perfectly. This was one of them on the way home today:
  11. Any idea what that socket is for? The biggest one I've seen on a shipyard was about 40cm/16" Somewhat "finished". I didn't want to fix the wear on the skirt, looks more realistic. I installed a set of used piston rings, to finish the "used" look. A few facts, the engine this piston is from produces 300hp with 11.75L displacement per cilinder. For a new set of piston rings you have to pay €1200 and a new piston is €12000
  12. Well, then I'll post a picture Painting a piston as decoration, 24cm diameter and 31cm high.
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