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Quote from: Soulmech on May 30, 2009, 05:41:08 AMThe first item is on the todo list and I will check that when I have the time.Quote from: benDan on March 09, 2009, 04:21:40 PMI think this would be a great feature, as it would help me out as well.
Actually I was only using the astropulse task as an example of a larger problem. I run BOINC in the background 24/7 and virus scans, disk defrags, internet explorer, and other tasks can push the temp accross the line even if boink programs are throttled back.
What I was asking for was a way to cut back on ANY high usage process if the temp got into the danger zone. This would be valuable for more than BOINC users.
If this is done though, it would be a good idea to add a "whitelist" for processes such as media players or web browsers that you want to exclude from the auto-detection feature.
Quote from: Soulmech on May 30, 2009, 05:50:42 AMYou can check the program for translations error, two always see more than one. I'm sure Corsair, who does the translation, doesn't mind if you give him some suggestions.
I can assist with the Spanish translation. I'm not a native speaker, but my family speaks some Spanish at home, and I have taken classes for a few years.
Quote from: Soulmech on May 30, 2009, 05:39:23 AMIndeed very specific to the machine. And I personally don't like the idea, because you could easily get conflicts between other programs/drivers. You could even damage your computer if the fan doesn't work correctly.
I don't know much about hardware, but I can imagine that this is very machine-specific. Speedfan, a temperature monitor and fan regulator, allows the user to import configurations that are specific to that model of motherboard. Whether or not there is a more coarse-grained approach, I don't know.
Quote from: benDan on May 22, 2009, 11:32:32 PMA was a bit worried about Win 7 but as it has the same kernel as Vista.
I works fine now ... Win7 doesn't gag atall!
Way to go!
Quote from: Corsair on May 22, 2009, 02:35:36 PMIt's on the wish list.
as you said and I've check about CUDA is only for NVIDIA GPU, but as
"Whish List" could be fine to have at least the status/Temperature of
ATI GPUs, just for info, with no Throttle as there is no way of Throttling
it, because there is no BOINC software designed at this moment.
Cheears all, Corsair.
P.D. English is not my mother tongue, but for my job I've to work everyday,
everytime in English, as I'm a mariner and as captain of Tankers (Oil, Gas,
Chemicals) this of Throttling a valve (word, action) is the most frequent in
Loading and unloading a vessel, the point is that I never care about the
traslation to Spanish, becuase I've always been with non Spanish crews and
I know the meaning (in English) and the effects, and some days ago I look for
in the dictionary for the proper translation of such word, when I saw that I nearly
cried "regular (verb), regulador (name)", that's life when we mix our native
language with others that we use to use frequently, something like Spanglish.
Quote from: benDan on May 20, 2009, 06:42:14 PMI had hoped to set up a Windows 7 computer this week. But the new computer is still not here....hopefully soon.
Correction ... F8 will work, I just tried it again.
My bad, but not acceptable for an unattended number cruncher that may reboot after power outage.