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MedicineBaby last won the day on May 30 2015

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  1. MedicineBaby

    What's on your mind?

    Buttermilk Pancakes w/ Jarrah Honey and Butter :D
  2. MedicineBaby

    What Did You Watch Lately ?

    What are you talking about ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKG26qLgudQ
  3. MedicineBaby

    What's on your mind?

    I like guys and girls. That is all :)
  4. MedicineBaby

    What's on your mind?

    Hmm, Sympathies mate - never yet had the problem, which bloody amazes me when I think about it. Get well soon, scotch usually helps :) Cheers Thanks. And I'm one step ahead with the suggestion ;)
  5. MedicineBaby

    What's on your mind?

    Melanoma sucks ... my neck is fucking sore.
  6. MedicineBaby

    And What Are You Listening To?

    Someone was piping this through the mic while I was playing some CS. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2WH8mHJnhM
  7. MedicineBaby

    What Did You Watch Lately ?

    Watched the first episode of Preacher and love it. So happy AMC didn't screw it up like Fox did with Lucifer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHcj-xjJNxM
  8. MedicineBaby

    Trump wins the election *dies inside*

    Don't know if we're going to be fucked with Trump as president. But at least I won $72 from his and the Republicans win from the TAB. :D
  9. I've disabled plotting of the predictions and other visualizations, placed the data on different physical drives, and with the cluster analysis I'm currently doing, I've stripped unnecessary data from it to reduce the size of the files (GPS information). EDIT: Out of interest, if I were able to get my hands on a 4790K, would I be able to satisfy the power requirements? I think with my power at load would be around 350W.
  10. Just an update. I did another run through last night with VESPER, this time with my processor overclocked to 4.2Ghz. Overall, it took about 12 hours, barring a stuff up on my part regarding one of the configuration files, to complete spatial predictions for 11 different variables. So, I saved about 2 or 3 hours compared to last time which was pretty good. Now, I'm doing some cluster analysis on a couple variables using MZA. I'm hoping this works out as well. Otherwise, I'll punch my screen :D
  11. MedicineBaby

    And What Are You Listening To?

    Love swing music. Makes me want to take my saxophone out and have a jam to it :D https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6ICYbiLIsg
  12. Wouldn't be surprised if it wasn't my overclock solving the problem ;) However, my system started showing signs of instability. MZA also crashed when I was putting it through another run. I'll have another run tomorrow and see if I get the same results. Cheers.
  13. I just overclocked my CPU to 3.8GHz and it flew through a benchmark I'm using in VESPER. It took 1,117 seconds to do 596,569 interpolations at stock speed. With the overclock it only took 556 seconds. Also, while I was looking at the graph in task manager, it looked like one core was doing more work than the other. You're absolutely right that I don't want to spend money upgrading my CPU. The G3258, while it's not spectacular, it's been the perfect workhorse for my needs. I'll keep testing to see if I get similar results with MZA. If I do, then the solution may be as simple as temporarily overclocking my CPU.
  14. I've actually got an SSD and HDD. I run the programs from the SSD and read the data from and write the data to the HDD. I should've said that it's VESPER and Management Zone Analyst I'm using for spatial prediction and cluster analysis. QGIS and R, while slow to load my data, I only use to map and manage it. Although it'd be great to be able to analyse large datasets in R. Also, I don't know if this is helpful, but my CPU and memory usage when running VESPER is around 50% and 3,320 K, respectively. There's a similar usage pattern for Management Zone Analyst except its memory usage is 382,500 K.
  15. It looks like the software is running across the cores. I'll look into the 4460, maybe even the 4590 from PCCaseGear, and the RAM.
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