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Avacado

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Avacado last won the day on February 24

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About Avacado

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    Asheville, NC
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    Nurse

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  • Folding@Home
    Avacado

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    enfiladefire

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  1. Hmmm, yea I don't know. I have never had a lock be 100% all the time, but usually very close. I don't know exactly how much variation you are getting. I see the graph, but don't know what the range looks like for you. If MSI or X1 don't work, I wouldn't even begin to know where to direct you. Sorry
  2. Yea, I get it, you are mining. Boost lock is the exact same thing as frequency lock. and I have never come across any software that is 100% locking. You are always going to have some variation. Please be more specific with what you are trying to do here, give background. Are you mining and..... what is happening to require this "Need"? Ask your real question.
  3. If it's an EVGA card, use X1, has a boost lock option. I don't understand, you say you aren't trying to boost lock, but it seems you are.
  4. Exactly, but have been told never to exceed 80% of available.
  5. That is funny, because I do. I had the back panel on a 570x explode on me in the basement a few months ago. Shipping it safely would cost more than a new case though.
  6. Ha! Well. He's my basement sub box.
  7. For sure. I have 2x20 amp circuits down here in the dungeon. Another 50 amp I am going to have an electrician wire at some point. These 5 M40's are only pulling 1100w out of this 1600w. Iv'e got 2x1000w in the othe mining chassis. I figure I can safely pull 2000w out of this one circuit and be ok.
  8. We need a live stream right about now to chill. I'm in the dungeon, listening to 80's music and working out the X399 kinks. @ENTERPRISE would be so proud.
  9. Posting here because it is more active. What happens when we reach the 1.43 GB limit on attachments? I know I will before long.
  10. I had 100% stable folding the entire time. Can't say the same for @Bastiaan_NL when he saw the 3.4 million update.
  11. Oh it gets real. Straight up Hatfield&McCoy **** out here. All I have to say to you is "Come At Me Bro".
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