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Community Article Print Your Own Personal Protective Equipment! — Micro Center Print Your Own Personal Protective Equipment! ryau admin May 8 edited May 8 in 3D Printing By Andy Leer, Merchandise Manager @ Micro Center. With all of the recent events in the world, PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) has become more and more essential to our everyday lives. Obtaining PPE can be quite difficult for the average person and even extremely difficult for our essential workers. Makers have recently turned their making skills to help with the production of PPE at home. Utilizing 3D printers, makers and DIYers have been 3D printing face shields and masks for hospitals, as well as creating other useful items such as ear savers and pocket sized tools that assist in contactless interactions with items such as doors, locks and buttons. We are seeing many people using this as an opportunity to jump into 3D printing or expand their existing printer farm. It is important to understand that there are a few types of 3D printing so that you make the right choice if you are looking to get into 3D printing. The most common type uses Fused Filament Fabrication of FFF for short. This form essentially acts as a smart glue gun that builds items up layer by layer using a material called filament. Growing in popularity, another form of 3D printing is  SLA or LCD Resin printing. These lower cost SLA printers use an LCD screen vs a laser to cure liquid resin. This type of printing can produce very fine results, but is often not a good use for larger functional pieces such as masks and shields.   The 3D Printer The Creality 3D printers have continually impressed us here at Micro Center and the popularity of the Ender 3 Pro has been outstanding. This printer, because of its straightforward nature, allows the user to easily modify and improve with simple prints. If you need a bed larger than the 220mm x 220mm x 230mm you can check out the larger CR-10s. The CR-10s boasts a 300mm x 300 mm x 400mm build volume which will allow you to produce more in the same run than it’s slightly smaller predecessor. Overall, the benefit to Creality printers is their community. There are so many forums, upgrades, and YouTube videos that you will be able to find any information you need should you run into an issue. The Filament Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol-modified or PETG for short has become increasing popular during the pandemic as it has a higher melting temperature which is suggested to be able to withstand a sterilization within a medical autoclave. For a more common and great starter material a lot of people turn to Poly-Lactic Acid, or PLA. This has been a popular material for a while now and is probably the most commonly printed with. This material, while having a lower melting point, would be best utilized for items around the house and not necessarily major mechanical parts. Printing shields and face masks with PLA is possible just as it is with PETG. Your results may vary based on the quality of the print and material.   Face Masks Don’t forget, if you don’t have a 3D printer, there are a number of other resources out there for making quick cloth masks as well! If you are using a 3D printer, here is an example of a design that we came across. Skill Level: Medium URL: https://copper3d.com/hackthepandemic/ Amount of Filament: 6.45m / ~ 51g Time Required: Roughly 5 Hours @ .2mm layer height Other Materials Needed: Elastic or other Strap material, and filter material, please see site for recommended materials. Tips/Advice: Its worth noting that 3D printed masks aren’t perfect and your mileage may very. Comfort may also be a consideration.   Face Shields Shields have by far been the most printed PPE during this epidemic. Makers and maker communitys and individuals from all around have stepped up to print this protective gear. Shields are typically composed of 3 parts. A 3d printed band to go around the forehead, a pieces of transparent plastic, often PETG, and a strap to go around the back of the head. Sometimes a secondary piece of plastic is made to go on the bottom of the transparent piece to help retain its shape. It can be difficult to obtain some of the secondary pieces so people have utilized overhead transparency sheets as well as rubber bands to make up the remaining 2 pieces. Small hooks have also been designed to clip onto a ball cap and then hold the transparent plastic in place.   Skill Level: Easy URL: https://www.prusaprinters.org/prints/28504-slim-rc3-us-with-comfort-features-plus-shield/files Amount of Filament: 10.18m / ~ 30g Time Required: Roughly 3 hours at .2mm layer height Other Materials Needed: Transparent Plastic Sheet, Elastic or Large Rubber band for strap Tips/Advice: Make sure to check with local groups to see what preferred model they are accepting as some groups have an approved model for their use case. Resources: Some additional items you may want to check out include: These would all be considered easier prints and use less filament per piece than the two above. Ear Savers: https://3dprint.nih.gov/discover/ear-saver CoVid Door/Button Tools: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4255283 Cloth Mask Strap Clips: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4294763 You may also want to sign up with Masksfordocs who can pair you up with local healthcare groups to make sure the right equipment goes to the right people. If you've 3D printed and/or donated any PPE, please share your donations and info about your printer and model files used.  1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments cyberhiker ✭ May 20 The NIH 3D Printing Exchange is a good source of models that have been evaluated and approved for use by medical professionals and the general public.  Check with the group you are donating to for their preferred models. 1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Testing the Oculus Quest 2 - My First VR Experience — Micro Center Testing the Oculus Quest 2 - My First VR Experience TSPhillipT admin October 13 edited October 23 in Reviews & Buying Guides Testing the Oculus Quest 2 was my first experience using VR headsets in general, as it was something I wasn’t super interested in, but looking to get it as a present for my brother.  I had an opportunity to test out the brand-new Oculus Quest 2 and predecessors Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift S. Going into this, all I knew about the three systems were their resolutions, refresh rates, and whether or not they connect to a PC.  It was quite an experience! Oculus Quest 2 64 GB Oculus Quest 2 256 GB   The Oculus Quest 2 is a pretty simple package! I started with unboxing the Quest 2 and, as I was opening the package, I noticed that there wasn’t a lot going on.  Inside was just a headset with two controllers and some accessories like the charging block/cable and a spacer for those that wear glasses.  I started up the system and had issues getting the Quest 2 over my head due to my glasses.  I installed the glasses spacer accessory to no avail, still having problems wearing the headset.  I took off my glasses and began setting it up, noticing that things were blurry since I did not have my glasses.   Phillip T taking off his glasses in preparation for a virtual reality experience! I also noticed that I could see everything that was under me through the cutout for my nose.  Since I was in a bright room, I could see the light in my peripherals from where the nose rest was.  After just a few steps of setup and struggling to read some instructions, I gave the Quest 2 to my coworker who had to set up his Oculus Account with the VR headset and download some games. While waiting, I decided to try out the Oculus Quest 1 he brought in.   Giving the original Oculus Quest a whirl I put on the Oculus Quest and noticed that it’s still pretty blurry and wasn’t sure if it was just due to my poor vision without glasses or the lower resolution than the original Quest has.  I took off the Quest and put on my glasses, and the Quest fit perfectly over it with zero issues.  The Quest is larger than the Quest 2, which allowed my glasses to fit better inside.  This Quest also did not have the glasses accessory in, and it felt OK with glasses on.  The Quest also had the same issue as the Quest 2 - seeing through the nose cutout.  Maybe my nose is just too flat, and I chose to ignore it.    I began with Beat Saber and noticed that some text lines and logos looked more pixelated than blurry on the Original Quest with my no-longer blurred vision.  You could see that there were no straight lines on any text, which was something I was going to look for in the Quest 2.  Once I had a few songs under my belt in Beat Saber, we tested out the Oculus Quest 2, which was now ready for action.   Phillip creates the guardian boundary before gameplay Putting on the Quest 2, I decided to try getting the glasses working again after the success I had with the original Quest.  After a solid 5-10 minutes of struggling, I hit the perfect position and had complete comfort.  I took off the headset and noticed my glasses were deep inside the Quest 2 and secured in place by the cushion that goes around your face.  I put in the glasses spacer accessory and tried a new method of putting it on with my glasses.  I put my glasses into the headset first and then put on the Quest 2.  It helped tremendously!  This workaround is sort of ridiculous, especially after how smooth the Quest was when putting it on with glasses, but at least I could wear my glasses with no issues.    Beat Saber on the Oculus Quest 2 casted on the Oculus App! I started up Beat Saber, and there was a very noticeable difference as the game was loading.  The first thing was that pixelation on logos and text that I kept an eye on has disappeared.  Awesome.  I knew Oculus built the Quest 2 for higher resolution and a higher refresh rate, and I could immediately see the difference in resolution.  Getting into the songs, I noticed the blocks coming at me in a very smooth manner.  Everything looked and felt better with the Quest 2.   The next game I played was Vader Immortal and I accidentally started playing the normal mode rather than the Lightsaber Training mode that I had intended to play.  I quit out of that section pretty quickly and went to Lightsaber Training.  The goal was to bounce lasers back to these flying robots, and did I notice one thing on this, spatial audio on the built-in speakers was not good.  There would be multiple droids around you with a distinct charging noise, so you knew which direction to face to bounce a laser.  It was ridiculously hard to do this with spatial audio using the built-in speakers.   How can you not try SUPERHOT on the new Oculus Quest 2? We began testing the Oculus Quest 2 with the Oculus Link and found the whole system to be smooth to set up.  My coworker, who has more experience with VR and the Oculus Quest/Oculus Link system, told me that the Oculus Link is known to be fussy with the original Oculus Quest.  It’s good to see that there weren’t any issues getting the Oculus Link going with the Quest 2.  We booted up SuperHot, and I noticed that my starting position was very close to the game’s boundary set.  As I was going through the levels, I reached a part where one of the guys I needed to punch was slightly out of the game’s boundary, and I was unable to hit him as the Quest 2 would tell me to return to the gaming zone.  My coworker took over, redrew boundaries, and had 0 issues with the game after that.  I am unsure why the game decided to set a default position to the edge and whether this was an issue with the Oculus Link or something I messed up with positioning when starting the game.  After a few levels of Superhot, we needed to charge the Quest 2, which is pretty impressive that it lasted a solid 3-4 hours directly out of the box.    Oculus Rift S in action! The last device I tried out was the Oculus Rift S, and I realized how annoying a cord could be after using the two wireless VR Headsets.  I also instantly noticed that the nose cutout was flush with my face, and I couldn’t see anything through my peripheral vision.  The fit felt fine with my glasses and I did not have to resort to the trick I did with the Quest 2; it felt as good as the regular Quest.  As I loaded up the tutorial, it felt extremely more immersive since it was sitting flush to my face, and it didn’t feel like I was in a room with VR, but in the actual VR.  The resolution was less than the Quest 2 with a lower refresh rate as well, but it all felt OK thanks to the headset sitting flush with my face.   After finishing up the tutorial, I played Pavlov, a First-Person Shooter.  Pavlov was the first game where I had full moment control, and that was a very new experience and quite headache-inducing.  It’s definitely because this is one of my first VR experiences, but boy does moving in free-roam VR feel quite different.  Due to this, I began feeling that cord more as I was moving around and turning all over the place; I could feel that cord wrapping around me, which took a bit of the immersion out.  I did some target practice and moved into the “Kill House,” which was like a military training course, and navigating that with VR was pretty dizzying, but I am sure once I use VR more, I would get more used to it.      Phillip is pretty content with the Oculus Quest 2 In the end, I think my favorite pick is the Quest 2; with the higher resolution and better refresh rate, as well as being wireless, it offered things that the Quest or Rift S couldn’t purely due to hardware.  My small inconvenience was that Quest 2 was not very glasses-friendly, making it hard to wear; that could have some workarounds and doesn’t always apply to everyone.  My next favorite was the Rift S, with my most significant issue being the wired cord, which isn’t a big concern unless you are playing more free-roam games.  The Rift S felt right in the middle of the pack of all three.  My least liked was the original Quest, which does make sense since the Quest 2 is a direct upgrade of the Quest, and the Rift S did everything the Quest did but better all for just a wire.  With this being my first time using VR, I left with a few thoughts in my head, one is the headache that comes with first time experience, and the second is that I know I’m getting the best VR headset on a budget for my brother.  Oculus Quest 2 64 GB Oculus Quest 2 256 GB 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSPhillipT admin October 19 edited October 19 As an update on this! The day I tested it out, I went out to purchase one for my brother's birthday and got everything setup.  After a few days of use and getting over a few things, here are things I can confirm. I purchased both the Elite Strap as well as the Fit Pack which includes light blockers.  The Elite Strap was a great purchase as it felt more secure on my head.  The Face Kit 2 came with extra sized face masks as well as light blockers to prevent light from coming in around the nose area.  Neither the extra face masks or light blockers worked for me unfortunately and didn't make a big change for me.  However, my friends did say that the light blockers worked for them!  So it is likely to be different from person to person.   First thing I found irritating, was that we were unable to stream it to our TV.  The main reason we got a VR system was more for hanging out, as one person plays some games and everyone watches and we rotate.  We found it impossible for us to stream it to our TV.  Looking online, we found that you can stream with a Chromecast with some lag, went to Micro Center and they ran out of stock just a few hours ago... I wonder if other people were buying them for the Quest 2.  We can stream it to our phone using the Oculus application but found this to be very laggy and low quality and this was the same complaint people had with the Chromecast option as well.  I also noticed one of the bigger complaints for the Quest series, the lack of games that the Quest store has.  There were a few games I wanted to play but were not on the Quest store, but SteamVR did have.  We ended up using the Quest 2 as a standalone and it went well, though not ideal for the amount of people we had around.  Ended up playing games like Beat Saber, Tilt Brush and Five Nights at Freddy and the delay on the stream really messed with our reactions to our friends getting scared.  I think the Quest 2 standalone is great for people playing alone of course, but not my recommendation for group get togethers.   In the end, my brother and I decided to build a gaming PC, something we have been talking about for a while and the Quest 2 pushed this.  With the PC built, Oculus Link cable connected, all games showed up on the screen like we intended and had 0 issues setting up the Oculus Quest 2 with SteamVR.  Oculus Link had no noticeable lag and we played games perfectly!  I am happy we bought this and although we ended up spending significantly more on this due to building a gaming PC for this, it is definitely for a more specific setup and isn't required for just standalone use!   0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter LandShark admin October 19 Your review and feedback have made it very tempting for me to go and update my VR setup. (I'm still infrequently using my 1st gen HTC VIVE) I know you said that the Elite Strap was a worthwhile purchase, but did you feel like it was necissary or just a recommended addition? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSPhillipT admin October 19 @LandShark I wouldn't say it's necessary, the Oculus Quest 2 is perfectly fine without it, however it 's a great addition and definitely secures it more tightly and is easier to tighten as well.   1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter AlexS admin October 20 edited October 21 So I did some further testing with the Oculus Quest 2 with the Maingear Vector 2 Gaming Laptop, and SteamVR has been quite flawless with the Oculus Link Cable.   I do wish I had a little more room for the Guardian roomscale boundary, but all-in-all, it was still good fun and a great experience! The first-person shooter, Pavlov, has a control set that is a tad bit different from when I owned an HTC Vive, but once I had the controls locked down, I was zooming.  Shoot house was pretty easy to get through, and I didn't personally feel any motion sickness from the weird movement.  Had zero performance issues (lag, stuttering, etc.) I followed this shoot 'em up experience with a Cosmopolitan, which I made in Bartender VR Simulator (which, by the way, you learn how to make real cocktail recipes in this game, which is actually amazing).   This performed exceptionally well. The last title I checked out was Arizona Sunshine.  This zombie survival game is such a blast to play but gets too scary sometimes.  If the zombies looked a little more realistic, this game would be a horror fest.  The sights felt like they weren't on target, and the Oculus controller models were morphed into the hands of your character, so that was sort of weird.  I'm sure there's a way to fix that, but this game was fun none-the-less. One game I wish to try in particular when it goes on sale is Half-Life: Alyx.  I would really like to use such a title to see how the limits of the Oculus Quest 2 w/ Oculink goes. The Oculus Quest 2s does not come with an Oculus Link cable, so you will have to purchase one separately or use a high quality USB 3.1 Type-C cable to get you going in the right direction with SteamVR.   0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter DreadPirateRoberts ✭ October 21 I was wondering whether or not I would need to purchase the 256GB version or if the 64GB would be enough. Is there any other benefit to the 256GB version other than storage capacity? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSPhillipT admin October 22 Hello @DreadPirateRoberts I think if you are using the Oculus Quest 2 all by itself and have no plans for connecting to a gaming PC or making it a portable VR system, the 256GB is what I would recommend as you are storing all the games into the Quest itself.  If you are intending on just connecting it to a gaming PC and mainly using SteamVR/Oculus Link, then I think the 64GB is what I would recommend as you are mainly storing your games onto the PC.   0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter DreadPirateRoberts ✭ October 22 Okay. 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Community Article Folding@home Technical Discussion — Micro Center [email protected] Technical Discussion System admin April 20 in Customer Service Questions This discussion was created from comments split from: Join the MicroCenterOfficial [email protected] Team: #257944. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments JADO ✭ April 20 I have a 6 GPU rig using 8GB RX580 cards.  It has been running fine, but a bit unstable for  2 weeks.  All of a sudden Fold at Home refuses to recognize the GPU's.  It is running fin on 5 of 6 15 9600K cores in a Gigabyte H390 UD motherboard.  I have reinstalled video drivers and reinstalled FAH many times Ii can not make this software find these cards.  Windows reports they are all installed and working normally.  Any ideas? Here is my latest log: *********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T01:57:45Z *********************** 01:57:45:****************************** FAHClient ****************************** 01:57:45:        Version: 7.6.9 01:57:45:         Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 01:57:45:      Copyright: 2020 foldingathome.org 01:57:45:       Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 01:57:45:           Date: Apr 17 2020 01:57:45:           Time: 11:13:06 01:57:45:       Revision: 398c2b17fa535e0cc6c9d10856b2154c32771646 01:57:45:         Branch: master 01:57:45:       Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:57:45:        Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:57:45:       Platform: win32 10 01:57:45:           Bits: 32 01:57:45:           Mode: Release 01:57:45:           Args: --open-web-control 01:57:45:         Config: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\config.xml 01:57:45:******************************** CBang ******************************** 01:57:45:           Date: Apr 17 2020 01:57:45:           Time: 11:10:09 01:57:45:       Revision: 2fb0be7809c5e45287a122ca5fbc15b5ae859a3b 01:57:45:         Branch: master 01:57:45:       Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:57:45:        Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:57:45:       Platform: win32 10 01:57:45:           Bits: 32 01:57:45:           Mode: Release 01:57:45:******************************* System ******************************** 01:57:45:            CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 01:57:45:         CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 01:57:45:           CPUs: 6 01:57:45:         Memory: 15.87GiB 01:57:45:    Free Memory: 12.65GiB 01:57:45:        Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 01:57:45:     OS Version: 6.2 01:57:45:    Has Battery: false 01:57:45:     On Battery: false 01:57:45:     UTC Offset: -4 01:57:45:            PID: 11932 01:57:45:            CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient 01:57:45:             OS: Windows 10 Enterprise 01:57:45:        OS Arch: AMD64 01:57:45:           GPUs: 0 01:57:45:           CUDA: Not detected: Failed to open dynamic library 'nvcuda.dll': The 01:57:45:                 specified module could not be found. 01:57:45: 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 0: Platform:0 Device:0 Bus:1 Slot:0 Compute:1.2 Driver:3004.8 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 1: Platform:0 Device:1 Bus:4 Slot:0 Compute:1.2 Driver:3004.8 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 2: Platform:0 Device:2 Bus:8 Slot:0 Compute:1.2 Driver:3004.8 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 3: Platform:0 Device:3 Bus:9 Slot:0 Compute:1.2 Driver:3004.8 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 4: Platform:0 Device:4 Bus:3 Slot:0 Compute:1.2 Driver:3004.8 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 5: Platform:0 Device:5 Bus:5 Slot:0 Compute:1.2 Driver:3004.8 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 6: Platform:1 Device:0 Bus:NA Slot:NA Compute:2.1 Driver:26.20 01:57:45:  Win32 Service: false 01:57:45:******************************* libFAH ******************************** 01:57:45:           Date: Apr 15 2020 01:57:45:           Time: 14:53:14 01:57:45:       Revision: 216968bc7025029c841ed6e36e81a03a316890d3 01:57:45:         Branch: master 01:57:45:       Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:57:45:        Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:57:45:       Platform: win32 10 01:57:45:           Bits: 32 01:57:45:           Mode: Release 01:57:45:*********************************************************************** 01:57:45: 01:57:45:  01:57:45:  01:57:45: 01:57:45:Trying to access database... 01:57:45:Successfully acquired database lock 01:57:45:Enabled folding slot 00: READY cpu:5 01:57:45:WU00:FS00:Starting 01:57:45:WU00:FS00:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 5 01:57:45:WU00:FS00:Started FahCore on PID 1780 01:57:45:WU00:FS00:Core PID:1980 01:57:45:WU00:FS00:FahCore 0xa7 started 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T01:57:45Z *********************** 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Args: -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 1780 -checkpoint 15 -np 5 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Branch: master 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Bits: 64 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Mode: Release 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.60GiB 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Has Battery: false 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7: On Battery: false 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        PID: 1980 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Branch: master 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Bits: 64 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Mode: Release 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Project: 14583 (Run 0, Clone 1713, Gen 21) 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000001680fccb025e8bc8e7441c1784 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Reducing thread count from 5 to 4 to avoid domain decomposition by a prime number > 3 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame21.tpr -o frame21.trr -x frame21.xtc -cpi state.cpt -cpt 15 -nt 4 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Steps: first=1312500 total=62500 01:57:47:4:127.0.0.1:New Web session 01:57:49:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Completed 422 out of 62500 steps (0%) 01:58:22:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Completed 625 out of 62500 steps (1%) 01:58:46:Saving configuration to config.xml 01:58:46: 01:58:46:  01:58:46:  01:58:46: 01:58:46:  01:58:46:  01:58:46: 01:59:31:Adding folding slot 01: READY cpu:3 01:59:31:Saving configuration to config.xml 01:59:31: 01:59:31:  01:59:31:  01:59:31: 01:59:31:  01:59:31:  01:59:31:  01:59:31:    01:59:31:  01:59:31: 01:59:31:FS00:Shutting core down 01:59:31:WU00:FS00:0xa7:WARNING:Console control signal 1 on PID 1980 01:59:31:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Exiting, please wait. . . 01:59:31:WU01:FS01:Connecting to 65.254.110.245:80 01:59:31:WU01:FS01:Assigned to work server 13.90.152.57 01:59:31:WU01:FS01:Requesting new work unit for slot 01: READY cpu:3 from 13.90.152.57 01:59:31:WU01:FS01:Connecting to 13.90.152.57:8080 01:59:32:WU01:FS01:Downloading 4.50MiB 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:Download complete 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:Received Unit: id:01 state:DOWNLOAD error:NO_ERROR project:13860 run:0 clone:25182 gen:12 core:0xa7 unit:0x0000000e0d5a98395e940a09d8b7eb69 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:Starting 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 01 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 3 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:Started FahCore on PID 10808 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:Core PID:9748 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:FahCore 0xa7 started 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T01:59:33Z *********************** 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Args: -dir 01 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 10808 -checkpoint 15 -np 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:             3 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:     Branch: master 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Bits: 64 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Mode: Release 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.13GiB 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Has Battery: false 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7: On Battery: false 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:        PID: 9748 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:     Branch: master 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Bits: 64 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Mode: Release 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Project: 13860 (Run 0, Clone 25182, Gen 12) 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000000e0d5a98395e940a09d8b7eb69 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Reading tar file core.xml 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Reading tar file frame12.tpr 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame12.tpr -o frame12.trr -x frame12.xtc -e frame12.edr -cpt 15 -nt 3 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Steps: first=1500000 total=125000 01:59:34:WU00:FS00:0xa7:[email protected] Core Shutdown: INTERRUPTED 01:59:34:WU00:FS00:FahCore returned: INTERRUPTED (102 = 0x66) 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:Starting 01:59:35:WARNING:WU00:FS00:Changed SMP threads from 5 to 2 this can cause some work units to fail 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 2 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:Started FahCore on PID 9712 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:Core PID:11224 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:FahCore 0xa7 started 01:59:35:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Completed 1 out of 125000 steps (0%) 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T01:59:35Z *********************** 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Args: -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 9712 -checkpoint 15 -np 2 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Branch: master 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Bits: 64 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Mode: Release 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.43GiB 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Has Battery: false 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7: On Battery: false 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        PID: 11224 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Branch: master 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Bits: 64 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Mode: Release 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Project: 14583 (Run 0, Clone 1713, Gen 21) 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000001680fccb025e8bc8e7441c1784 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame21.tpr -o frame21.trr -x frame21.xtc -cpi state.cpt -cpt 15 -nt 2 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Steps: first=1312500 total=62500 01:59:39:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Completed 1052 out of 62500 steps (1%) 01:59:47:Saving configuration to config.xml 01:59:47: 01:59:47:  01:59:47:  01:59:47: 01:59:47:  01:59:47:  01:59:47:  01:59:47:    01:59:47:  01:59:47: 02:00:08:Adding folding slot 02: READY cpu:2 02:00:08:Saving configuration to config.xml 02:00:08: 02:00:08:  02:00:08:  02:00:08: 02:00:08:  02:00:08:  02:00:08:  02:00:08:    02:00:08:  02:00:08:  02:00:08:    02:00:08:  02:00:08: 02:00:08:FS00:Shutting core down 02:00:08:WU00:FS00:0xa7:WARNING:Console control signal 1 on PID 11224 02:00:08:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Exiting, please wait. . . 02:00:08:WU02:FS02:Connecting to 65.254.110.245:80 02:00:08:WU02:FS02:Assigned to work server 150.136.14.110 02:00:08:WU02:FS02:Requesting new work unit for slot 02: READY cpu:2 from 150.136.14.110 02:00:08:WU02:FS02:Connecting to 150.136.14.110:8080 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Downloading 1.25MiB 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Download complete 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Received Unit: id:02 state:DOWNLOAD error:NO_ERROR project:16403 run:1512 clone:1 gen:61 core:0xa7 unit:0x0000004096880e6e5e8be086c7e76b5e 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Starting 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 02 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 2 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Started FahCore on PID 312 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Core PID:8152 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:FahCore 0xa7 started 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T02:00:09Z *********************** 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Args: -dir 02 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 312 -checkpoint 15 -np 2 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.03GiB 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Has Battery: false 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7: On Battery: false 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:        PID: 8152 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Project: 16403 (Run 1512, Clone 1, Gen 61) 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000004096880e6e5e8be086c7e76b5e 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Reading tar file core.xml 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Reading tar file frame61.tpr 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame61.tpr -o frame61.trr -x frame61.xtc -cpt 15 -nt 2 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Steps: first=30500000 total=500000 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Completed 1 out of 500000 steps (0%) 02:00:14:WU00:FS00:0xa7:[email protected] Core Shutdown: INTERRUPTED 02:00:14:WU00:FS00:FahCore returned: INTERRUPTED (102 = 0x66) 02:00:26:Adding folding slot 03: READY cpu:4 02:00:26:Saving configuration to config.xml 02:00:26: 02:00:26:  02:00:26:  02:00:26: 02:00:26:  02:00:26:  02:00:26:  02:00:26:    02:00:26:  02:00:26:  02:00:26:    02:00:26:  02:00:26:  02:00:26:    02:00:26:  02:00:26: 02:00:26:WU03:FS03:Connecting to 65.254.110.245:80 02:00:26:WU03:FS03:Assigned to work server 40.114.52.201 02:00:26:WU03:FS03:Requesting new work unit for slot 03: READY cpu:4 from 40.114.52.201 02:00:26:WU03:FS03:Connecting to 40.114.52.201:8080 02:00:26:WU03:FS03:Downloading 2.14MiB 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:Download complete 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:Received Unit: id:03 state:DOWNLOAD error:NO_ERROR project:13850 run:0 clone:15332 gen:44 core:0xa7 unit:0x0000003a287234c95e7303679e449342 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:Starting 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 03 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 4 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:Started FahCore on PID 2056 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:Core PID:10812 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:FahCore 0xa7 started 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T02:00:27Z *********************** 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Args: -dir 03 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 2056 -checkpoint 15 -np 4 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.36GiB 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Has Battery: false 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7: On Battery: false 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:        PID: 10812 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Project: 13850 (Run 0, Clone 15332, Gen 44) 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000003a287234c95e7303679e449342 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Reading tar file core.xml 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Reading tar file frame44.tpr 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame44.tpr -o frame44.trr -x frame44.xtc -e frame44.edr -cpt 15 -nt 4 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Steps: first=22000000 total=500000 02:00:28:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Completed 1 out of 500000 steps (0%) 02:00:33:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Completed 1250 out of 125000 steps (1%) 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:Starting 02:00:35:WARNING:WU00:FS00:Changed SMP threads from 2 to 1 this can cause some work units to fail 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 1 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:Started FahCore on PID 2600 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:Core PID:11748 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:FahCore 0xa7 started 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T02:00:35Z *********************** 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Args: -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 2600 -checkpoint 15 -np 1 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.30GiB 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Has Battery: false 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7: On Battery: false 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        PID: 11748 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Project: 14583 (Run 0, Clone 1713, Gen 21) 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000001680fccb025e8bc8e7441c1784 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame21.tpr -o frame21.trr -x frame21.xtc -cpi state.cpt -cpt 15 -nt 1 02:00:36:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Steps: first=1312500 total=62500 02:00:39:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Completed 1162 out of 62500 steps (1%) 02:00:46:Adding folding slot 04: READY cpu:5 02:00:46:Saving configuration to config.xml 02:00:46: 02:00:46:  02:00:46:  02:00:46: 02:00:46:  02:00:46:  02:00:46:  02:00:46:    02:00:46:  02:00:46:  02:00:46:    02:00:46:  02:00:46:  02:00:46:    02:00:46:  02:00:46:  02:00:46:    02:00:46:  02:00:46: 02:00:46:WU04:FS04:Connecting to 65.254.110.245:80 02:00:46:WARNING:WU04:FS04:Failed to get assignment from '65.254.110.245:80': No WUs available for this configuration 02:00:46:WU04:FS04:Connecting to 18.218.241.186:80 02:00:46:WU04:FS04:Assigned to work server 128.252.203.4 02:00:46:WU04:FS04:Requesting new work unit for slot 04: READY cpu:5 from 128.252.203.4 02:00:46:WU04:FS04:Connecting to 128.252.203.4:8080 02:00:47:WU04:FS04:Downloading 4.35MiB 02:00:48:Saving configuration to config.xml 02:00:48: 02:00:48:  02:00:48:  02:00:48: 02:00:48:  02:00:48:  02:00:48:  02:00:48:    02:00:48:  02:00:48:  02:00:48:    02:00:48:  02:00:48:  02:00:48:    02:00:48:  02:00:48:  02:00:48:    02:00:48:  02:00:48: 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:Download complete 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:Received Unit: id:04 state:DOWNLOAD error:NO_ERROR project:13840 run:0 clone:4728 gen:49 core:0xa7 unit:0x0000003380fccb045e6ee12fb139430a 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:Starting 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 04 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 5 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:Started FahCore on PID 11872 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:Core PID:11912 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:FahCore 0xa7 started 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T02:00:48Z *********************** 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Args: -dir 04 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11872 -checkpoint 15 -np 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:             5 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.03GiB 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Has Battery: false 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7: On Battery: false 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:        PID: 11912 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Project: 13840 (Run 0, Clone 4728, Gen 49) 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000003380fccb045e6ee12fb139430a 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Reading tar file core.xml 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Reading tar file frame49.tpr 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Reducing thread count from 5 to 4 to avoid domain decomposition by a prime number > 3 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame49.tpr -o frame49.trr -x frame49.xtc -e frame49.edr -cpt 15 -nt 4 02:00:50:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Steps: first=6125000 total=125000 02:00:52:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Completed 1 out of 125000 steps (0%) 02:01:31:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Completed 1250 out of 62500 steps (2%) 02:02:45:Connecting to assign1.foldingathome.org:80 02:02:45:Updated GPUs.txt 02:02:57:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Completed 2500 out of 125000 steps (2%) 02:03:39:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Completed 1250 out of 125000 steps (1%) 02:03:51:Saving configuration to config.xml 02:03:51: 02:03:51:  02:03:51:  02:03:51:  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMichaelB admin April 20 @JADO have you attempted to manually add them by going to Configure > Slots > Add? You should be able to leave the GPU value at -1. From there, add a slot for each potential GPU connected to the system, then save. They should reappear. If that doesn't work, you may be missing the GPUs.txt file in your [email protected] Client AppData directory. If that file is missing, visit this page, select all, save it into a notepad text file named GPUs.txt and place it in the %AppData%\FAHClient directory (Windows + R to open Run prompt, type that directory in for quick access). GPUs.txt page: https://apps.foldingathome.org/GPUs.txt Hopefully this works, if not, let me know. I'll try to troubleshoot more with you. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter JADO ✭ April 20 edited April 20 Thanks for the help.  I am pretty knowledgeable on this stuff and at this point I am guessing it a Windows issue....but, I have no way to know.  I have tried to add them manually but since FAH sees no GPU's the add disappears as soon as I exit and go back to the settings sheet.  I have also looked at the GPUs.txt file and it is where it is supposed to be  and again everything worked correctly for over 2 weeks.  The cards have two bios's on them. You can select them with a switch.  one was modified for crypto mining the other is stock..  I was using the stock bios and everything worked fine.  I switched to crypto bios (to see if I could improve speed) and everything still worked but it was not stable.  So, I switched back to standard bios which had been working and after the switch back Folding stopped finding the cards.  Again, they show up in device manager and it reports they are working normally.  When it stopped was when I started uninstalling and installing card drivers and FAH in different combinations but have not been able to get them to reconnect.. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter JADO ✭ April 20 Thanks for helping.  I installed 7.6.9 today and I was able to manually add the GPU's.  Problem seems to be solved for now.  Thanks again. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMichaelB admin April 20 Interesting that it only started after swapping to and from the VBIOS using the physical toggle switch. When you nuked the GPU drivers, did you use DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller)? Just wanting to make sure every registry entry tied to those drivers were removed prior to reinstallation. Can you provide the name of the exact model of RX 580 you're using? I'll see if I have any lying around that I can try to replicate the issue with.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter JADO ✭ April 20 edited April 20 Actually, I don't think the VBIOS had anything to do with it.  I think it related to the latest FAH updates.. but again I am not sure.  I did use DDU (full discosure..I did not run it in Safe Mode) then I used Regedit and deleted all remnants of FAH I could find.  Still don't know why it would not find the cards after that  but after installing 7.6.9 today I was able to find and add them manually.  With 6 RX580s and a i5 9600K 6 core processor should I have any problems running all 6 cards?  Can I also safely use some of 6 cpu cores in addition to the GPU's?  Adding cards manually, FAH also added my Intel 630 motherboard graphics  GPU for processing.  I removed it because I figured that would just cause problems.  I guess what I am asking is with the hardware I have what do thin the optimal folding configuration for folding should be here?  Thanks  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMichaelB admin April 20 Glad to hear the GPU's are recognized now. As for the hardware configuration, [email protected] recommends leaving one processing core per GPU. Since your 9600k has exactly 6 cores, I wouldn't recommend folding on the CPU at all as it will be of very little gain and may be detrimental to your GPU's scores, which are weighted far more heavily in terms of value. I don't see any issue running the Intel iGPU as it simply uses 2MB of cache and some spare system memory, so it shouldn't impact your stability at all. It might not score all that well, but it shouldn't hurt anything either.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter JADO ✭ April 20 My thoughts exactly.  Thank you for confirming.  Appreciate the help. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMichaelB admin April 20 My pleasure. Thank you for dedicating your time and system resources for a good cause. If you need anything at all, let us know. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article 3D Printer return — Micro Center 3D Printer return Steffen ✭ April 13 in Customer Service Questions Hi, I bought a 3D Printer and now after 6 days it keeps saying Error: Change Filament. Do I need to disassemble the unit to return it Steffen 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Answers Ian admin April 13 Greetings. 3D Printers do have a 15 day return period so if you are experiencing issues with it, please bring it back to your nearest Micro Center store for a return/exchange. As long as you have the box / original parts, it will be fine to return without issue.   0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Steffen ✭ April 13 I actually jumped out the filament sensor and that did the trick 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSKyleH admin April 13 Thank you for letting us know. We are happy to answer any other questions you may have. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article 3d Printer Purchase — Micro Center 3d Printer Purchase david_castellanos ✭ June 17 in Customer Service Questions I purchased in-store a Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D printer about a week ago. Unit is currently online at a lower price, is it possible to get a price adjustment? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSTonyV admin June 18 Hello @david_castellanos! Welcome to the Community.  We do offer price protection within 30 days of a purchase. Can you confirm your method of payment? If it was paid via credit card, we can just get a message to our store managers and they'll adjust it. If it was paid via debit or cash, you'll need to come back into the store to have the transaction adjusted.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter david_castellanos ✭ June 20 Hi, Yes, used my micro center credit card in-Store. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter david_castellanos ✭ June 20 Would you need a receipt number? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSKyleH admin June 20 Since you used your credit card this can be done remotely, but can you please text us directly with your reference number and a link to the competitor. Please do not post the information here online. Once we get your text message we will get everything squared away for you. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter david_castellanos ✭ June 20 Sorry, I do not understand what you mean by texting you directly? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSKyleH admin June 20 I am sorry for the confusion. If you text the store number we will be able to check this for you. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter david_castellanos ✭ June 20 Sorry, Just found it in the FAQ section, thank you. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article 3D Printing Face Shields — Micro Center 3D Printing Face Shields ryau admin April 3 edited April 3 in 3D Printing Micro Center has been working with hundreds of healthcare professionals and organizations to help make a difference in the fight against COVID-19. Our fleet of 3D printers have been busy printing face shields based on the open source design by PRUSA Research (who has already printed and donated over 35,000!) to support local healthcare groups, and we've donated enough filament to produce approximately 6,000 face shields. Earlier this week our Micro Center Fairfax donated about 110lbs (50kbs) of PLA to Nova Labs in Virgina, who is supporting the Washington DC VA Medical Center. If you have a 3D printer and would also like to create and donate one of these face shields, you can get details and model files from PRUSA: https://www.prusaprinters.org/prints/27950-prusa-face-shield-us-version PRUSA has over 500 3D printers and are able to produce about 800 pieces per day. Our Micro Center community has a few thousand printers, and since these face shields cost less than $1 in filament, it's another great way to give back to your local communities. You may also want to sign up with Masksfordocs who can pair you up with local healthcare groups to make sure the right equipment goes to the right people. 1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments PhilDColumbus ✭ May 11 I used 6 Ender 3 Pro 3D printers purchased at Microcenter and Inland PLA+ filament to make about 40 of these face shields based on the PRUSA design. The design worked well. Used acrylic sheet for the shield and elastic with 3D printed adjustment piece for the band. I donated them to Ohio Health. Check https://cantstopcolumbus.com/ for donation centers. 2 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter cyberhiker ✭ May 20 I used my i3plus to create a bunch of face shields and ear savers to donate to a local assisted living facility. Not as nice as the Prusa design but I could print them a lot quicker and use less filament. :-) 1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Phrozen Sonic Mini 3D Printers — Micro Center Phrozen Sonic Mini 3D Printers glo ✭ April 28 in Sales Does the Micro Center carry the Phrozen Sonic Mini 3D Printer? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments AlexS admin April 28 Greetings Glo!  Welcome to the MC Community!  At this moment, we do not.  Is this something you'd like to see in our catalog in the future and if so, why?    0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter glo ✭ April 28 I was looking for this for my son.  A Christmas gift. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article 3D printer won't startup — Micro Center 3D printer won't startup zellmanfamily ✭ August 6 in Customer Service Questions I purchased my 3D printer a while back and cant find the receipt, or remember if I purchased the additional coverage for it or not.  It won't boot and I would like to check out my options if I can bring it in for repair or exchange. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSTonyV admin August 6 I looked up your email address and found a purchase for a Flashforge 3D printer from back in October 2018. I don't see a warranty with us on it so unfortunately we wouldn't be able to do anything as far as repairs are concerned. I would recommend reaching out to Flashforge directly to see if they can offer any assistance.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter zellmanfamily ✭ August 6 Thank you for your response.  I will look into other options.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMikeW admin August 6 Please elaborate on what the printer is doing when you say that it won't boot. Is it showing you a splash screen but just hangs indefinitely? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Web Page Protection Plan 3D Printers | Micro Center Protection Plans for iPODs and Other Small Electronic Devices. With the Micro Center Date of Purchase Protection Plan, not only is your Small Electronic Device protected against the added expense of parts and labor to repair it, but it also includes in store service or shipping to and from the autho Community Article Powerspec Ultra 3d Printer — Micro Center Powerspec Ultra 3d Printer szozdaml ✭ May 16 in PowerSpec Hi all, my powerspec ultra is printing everything about 10% smaller than put in. I have tried to slice my builds using their recommended software 'powerprint' and the flashforge software 'flashprint' I have also done a firmware update. I know its not natural PLA shrinkage. I am out of ideas. Help! 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSMikeW admin May 17 That's usually more of a problem with ABS than PLA and 10% would be extreme for ABS. Are you printing multiple objects at the same time or just one? Would you be able to post some examples? And just to confirm this is with everything, not an issue with duplicating the initial print? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter szozdaml ✭ May 17 edited May 17 The problem is with everything I print. I also print on some qidi x-smart and x-plus printers using the qidi software and have no problems with scaling. I can print the same G-code on all my printers all PLA and the powerspec always comes out significantly smaller. I have posted a pic below of two prints I have done with the same .STL with the gcode produced in their respective software. The black one is printed on powerspec (g-code produced by Powerprint) and red is printed on qidi x-smart (g-code produced by Qidi tech software). Both printed using Inland PLA 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter VicFan ✭ June 27 I have used a FlashForge printer since they first came out (perhaps 10 years ago) and never had this problem.  In fact, it has been very accurate.  I would try first to print a cube of known size and measure it with a caliper or micrometer.  If you find it still fails, then the problem is in your slicing program (I use Simplify3D) - you are using the wrong configuration for the FlashForge.  If you slice a file for one printer and use the same file on a different printer, there will be different scaling factors applied to it.  If that still fails, you have the measurement you calculated in the cube, you would have to manually scale it in the slicing program (in Simplify3D, double click on 3D and there is an option to change scaling by just changing one number away from 100.00%). 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Leave a Comment BoldItalicStrikethroughOrdered listUnordered list Format Heading 1Heading 2 QuoteCodeSpoiler Emoji Url Image Align leftAlign centerAlign rightToggle HTML viewToggle full pageToggle lights Drop image/file Home • PowerSpecComment As ... Web Page Replacement and Protection Plans | Micro Center We offer a variety of protection plans to help you get just the right coverage for your desktop, laptop, netbook, Macbook, iPad, digital cameras and camcorders, GPS, MP3, iPod, eReader, and other small electronic devices, gaming consoles, and TVs (LCD, LED, Plasma). Our protection plans include, Ac Community Article PC Rig for GPU 3D Rendering/Animation — Micro Center PC Rig for GPU 3D Rendering/Animation Motion_Meld_2020 ✭ August 1 in Help Choosing Parts Curious if anyone see any issues with this build? Will mostly be used for high end 3D animation (GPU Rendering) and Motion Graphics & video editing. Thank you. https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=437a3afd-2f29-4f86-bee4-a931a318f068 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSTonyV admin August 1 Is there a specific reason you went with Intel? Even if you're primarily doing GPU rendering, if you do anything that can heavily utilize muti-threaded CPU performance, I think it'd be well worth it to bump up to the Ryzen 9 3900X and pair it with an X570 motherboard around the $250 mark. It'd be about the same price overall as the 10700k + board you chose, but you'd get an extra four total cores so you'll get a massive boost in multi-threaded workloads vs the 10700k. That PSU is also pretty crazy, but if you're specifically targeting 80+ titanium certification, you don't have much of a choice. If you're fine with going down to 80+ Platinum, you could save quite a bit on the PSU and even jump up to the Ryzen 9 3950X and you'd still be right about the overall same cost. You'd have double the cores at 16 with the 3950X. I'd do something like this:  https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=8fa40d49-a474-4ef6-afd9-44fb0a624d0e 1000W on the PSU is more than enough for a multi-GPU system, and if you're only running a single 2080ti will leave you a ton of power leftover. The NH-D15 will still be plenty of cooling for the 3950X.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer X Axis Issue — Micro Center Ender 5 Plus 3D Printer X Axis Issue DNDeMattia ✭ July 18 in Technical Support Questions Good Afternoon, Whenever the printer goes to find its "home" position, the X axis engages the limit switch but the gantry does not stop. The stepper motors still try to drive the gantry (Which is NOT good). I have tested the limit switch and it works. Maybe the main board? Any ideas? David 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article 3D Printing a Retropie Handheld Case with Custom Icons — Micro Center 3D Printing a Retropie Handheld Case with Custom Icons NickBiederman admin September 2 edited September 9 in 3D Printing Recently I decided to print a case for my PiGrrl 2 with the Atari logo on it. PiGrrl is a series of Raspberry Pi powered portable emulation consoles produced by Adafruit. PiGrrl 2 is the most recent version to use a full-sized Raspberry Pi, so it’s more powerful than the three other versions. Here’s a picture of the result: Before printing, I needed to add the Atari logo to the .stl. Since Adafruit distributes the Fusion 360 source files, I would generally use Fusion to make these changes. However, I didn’t have Fusion installed on the computer I was working on, so I decided to use Tinkercad instead. Tinkercad is Autodesk’s browser-based 3D modeling program. It’s not as powerful as Fusion 360, but it’s excellent for building models with simple geometry or tasks like embossing a logo onto an .stl. After making a Tinkercad account, you’ll need to get a hold of the .stl you want to emboss a logo onto and a .svg of the logo. I downloaded the .stl from Adafruit’s thing on Thingiverse and used a .ai of the Atari logo I exported as a .svg for this project. Once you have your files, import the .stl into Tinkercad and make sure it’s solid. Solids will show up as an opaque colored object. Holes are transparent grey. After importing the .stl, import the .svg and scale it to the desired size. Here you can see my .svg came in far too large and oriented incorrectly, so I had to rotate it in addition to scaling. Copy and paste the logo, then make one copy a hole and one a solid. Extrude the solid below the build surface. This extra bit of extrusion will help us select the proper pieces later on. Place both the hole and the solid logo in place on the .stl. I found it easiest to stack the logos and move them into place at the same time. You can see the stacked logos before I moved them into place below. Select everything by pressing ctrl+a, then deselect the solid logo by holding shift and clicking it. This will be much easier if part of it sits below the build platform. Press ctrl+g to group the solid and hole together, creating a cavity in the solid. Here I have moved the logo to the side showing the result of grouping the solid and hole together.  Extrude cut the solid logo back to the build platform. You now have 2 separate solids. Select one, then click export and check "The selected shape". Repeat this for the other body. From here the process for doing a 2-color print varies from printer to printer, so I won’t go into detail on that. It generally involves importing both objects into your slicer and choosing a separate extruder for each object. Though this process is great for 2 color printers, you can omit the steps regarding the solid version of the logo if you don’t have a 2 color printer. You can print in a single color or use a color swap to create a 2 color print. Check out this video detailing color swaps on the Ender 3. The process is essentially identical for any printer. Color swaps are a great way to add a little color without needing to replace or upgrade your printer. Embossing a logo, text, or other design onto an object is a great way to add a little personalization and visual interest to an otherwise simple design. This process works best on flay or mostly flat objects, as the logo will be distorted by curves. 1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Web Page Screen Protection Plan for TVs | Micro Center Screen Protection Plans for TVs (LCD/LED/Plasma). Choose the Micro Center Screen Protection Plan and not only do you get all the regular Protection Plan benefits, but you will get the added benefit of Screen Protection. If your screen becomes cracked during normal usage, it will be replaced. Plan Be Community Article New Inland Premium 2TB seems slow — Micro Center New Inland Premium 2TB seems slow Bart ✭ September 11 edited September 11 in Technical Support Questions Purchased a 2tb Inland Premium nvme ssd recently.  The drive is advertised as having 3900 mb/s Read and 2700 mb/s write but i'm not seeing it in my example.  Is it defective perhaps?  I split the drive into 2 1gb partitions (OS and Data) That shouldn't slow it down correct? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSTonyV admin September 11 edited September 12 Read/write speeds can vary on drives and CrystalDiskMark isn't always going to push it to the maximum. This goes for any drive, but the read/write speeds that are advertised are a "best case scenario" situation. In practice even on really, really high end drives you will probably not see maximum read/write speeds because it depends on other factors as well. These speeds seem pretty normal to me based on figures I've seen for other drives of this type.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Felicity near Tustin ✭ September 12 Where did you get those figures? Amazon lists  Sequential Read/Write Speed up to 3200MB/s and 2900MB/s respectively Meaning you are a bit under spec but within reason especially if it's not a clean environment/properly set up.  microcenter also lists them as Read Speed Up to 3,200MBps Write Speed Up to 2,900MBps 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Bart ✭ September 12 The performance figures are printed on the packaging the drive came in. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSTonyV admin September 12 edited September 12 I can't find anything suggesting different read/write speeds than what's on our website, and we have a picture of the packaging for the 2TB Inland Premium drive showing 3200MB/s. Could you take a picture of your package and post it? I'm wondering if it may be a different model that I should be looking at.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Bart ✭ September 12 Yep you are correct, i just looked again and it says "3200" not "3900" probably wasn't wearing my glasses. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. 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Searching for crash issues with that error brings a lot of results, most are irrelevant and the relevant forum posts don't end with resolution.  These crashing issues started shortly after purchasing this prebuilt. At first I thought it was maybe a driver incompatibility issue but after dealing with this continual problem of crashing across several different games for months. All drivers have been updated and checked several times. I'm not sure what to check next.  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Welcome to WhoCrashed (HOME EDITION) v 6.65 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This program checks for drivers which have been crashing your computer. 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Click here to buy the the professional edition of WhoCrashed. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- System Information (local) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Computer name: DESKTOP-H364Q4S Windows version: Windows 10 , 10.0, build: 18363 Windows dir: C:\windows Hardware: G434, MicroElectronics, ASRock, Z390 Phantom Gaming 4S/ac CPU: GenuineIntel Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-9700KF CPU @ 3.60GHz Intel8664, level: 6 8 logical processors, active mask: 255 RAM: 34272337920 bytes (31.9GB) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crash Dump Analysis -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Crash dumps are enabled on your computer.  Crash dump directories:  C:\windows C:\windows\Minidump On Sun 8/2/2020 9:44:27 AM your computer crashed or a problem was reported crash dump file: C:\windows\Minidump\080220-6640-01.dmp This was probably caused by the following module: ntoskrnl.exe (nt+0x1C23C0)  Bugcheck code: 0x50 (0xFFFFA8002F3C2D10, 0x0, 0xFFFFF807752CB076, 0x2) Error: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA file path: C:\windows\system32\ntoskrnl.exe product: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System company: Microsoft Corporation description: NT Kernel & System Bug check description: This indicates that invalid system memory has been referenced.  This appears to be a typical software driver bug and is not likely to be caused by a hardware problem.  The crash took place in the Windows kernel. Possibly this problem is caused by another driver that cannot be identified at this time.  On Sun 8/2/2020 9:44:27 AM your computer crashed or a problem was reported crash dump file: C:\windows\MEMORY.DMP This was probably caused by the following module: ntkrnlmp.exe (nt!memset+0x17A8A)  Bugcheck code: 0x50 (0xFFFFA8002F3C2D10, 0x0, 0xFFFFF807752CB076, 0x2) Error: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA Bug check description: This indicates that invalid system memory has been referenced.  This appears to be a typical software driver bug and is not likely to be caused by a hardware problem.  The crash took place in the Windows kernel. Possibly this problem is caused by another driver that cannot be identified at this time.  On Sun 8/2/2020 8:10:45 AM your computer crashed or a problem was reported crash dump file: C:\windows\Minidump\080220-8218-01.dmp This was probably caused by the following module: ntoskrnl.exe (nt+0x1C23C0)  Bugcheck code: 0x3B (0xC0000005, 0xFFFFF8057A607993, 0xFFFFE482474A6E10, 0x0) Error: SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION file path: C:\windows\system32\ntoskrnl.exe product: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System company: Microsoft Corporation description: NT Kernel & System Bug check description: This indicates that an exception happened while executing a routine that transitions from non-privileged code to privileged code.  This appears to be a typical software driver bug and is not likely to be caused by a hardware problem.  The crash took place in the Windows kernel. Possibly this problem is caused by another driver that cannot be identified at this time.  On Sat 8/1/2020 11:00:36 PM your computer crashed or a problem was reported crash dump file: C:\windows\Minidump\080120-8078-01.dmp This was probably caused by the following module: fltmgr.sys (0xFFFFF8030C53DDE9)  Bugcheck code: 0x3B (0xC0000005, 0xFFFFF8030C53DDE9, 0xFFFFAE881E95E5B0, 0x0) Error: SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION file path: C:\windows\system32\drivers\fltmgr.sys product: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System company: Microsoft Corporation description: Microsoft Filesystem Filter Manager Bug check description: This indicates that an exception happened while executing a routine that transitions from non-privileged code to privileged code.  This appears to be a typical software driver bug and is not likely to be caused by a hardware problem.  The crash took place in a file system driver. Since there is no other responsible driver detected, this could be pointing to a malfunctioning drive or corrupted disk. It's suggested that you run CHKDSK. On Wed 7/29/2020 11:42:13 PM your computer crashed or a problem was reported crash dump file: C:\windows\Minidump\072920-8218-01.dmp This was probably caused by the following module: nvlddmkm.sys (0xFFFFF801704FABCD)  Bugcheck code: 0xD1 (0x2600, 0x2, 0x1, 0xFFFFF801704FABCD) Error: DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL file path: C:\windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_edab19158bdd0d0a\nvlddmkm.sys product: NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver, Version 451.67  company: NVIDIA Corporation description: NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver, Version 451.67  Bug check description: This indicates that a kernel-mode driver attempted to access pageable memory at a process IRQL that was too high.  This bug check belongs to the crash dump test that you have performed with WhoCrashed or other software. It means that a crash dump file was properly written out.  A third party driver was identified as the probable root cause of this system error. It is suggested you look for an update for the following driver: nvlddmkm.sys (NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver, Version 451.67 , NVIDIA Corporation).  Google query: nvlddmkm.sys NVIDIA Corporation DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL On Tue 7/28/2020 7:41:16 AM your computer crashed or a problem was reported crash dump file: C:\windows\Minidump\072820-7359-01.dmp This was probably caused by the following module: dxgkrnl.sys (0xFFFFF80556703106)  Bugcheck code: 0x3B (0xC0000005, 0xFFFFF80556703106, 0xFFFFE98B1F20E3A0, 0x0) Error: SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION file path: C:\windows\system32\drivers\dxgkrnl.sys product: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System company: Microsoft Corporation description: DirectX Graphics Kernel Bug check description: This indicates that an exception happened while executing a routine that transitions from non-privileged code to privileged code.  This appears to be a typical software driver bug and is not likely to be caused by a hardware problem.  The crash took place in a Microsoft module. Your system configuration may be incorrect. Possibly this problem is caused by another driver on your system that cannot be identified at this time.  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Conclusion -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 crash dumps have been found and analyzed. A third party driver has been identified to be causing system crashes on your computer. It is strongly suggested that you check for updates for these drivers on their company websites. Click on the links below to search with Google for updates for these drivers:  nvlddmkm.sys (NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver, Version 451.67 , NVIDIA Corporation) If no updates for these drivers are available, try searching with Google on the names of these drivers in combination with the errors that have been reported for these drivers. Include the brand and model name of your computer as well in the query. This often yields interesting results from discussions on the web by users who have been experiencing similar problems. Read the topic general suggestions for troubleshooting system crashes for more information.  Note that it's not always possible to state with certainty whether a reported driver is responsible for crashing your system or that the root cause is in another module. Nonetheless it's suggested you look for updates for the products that these drivers belong to and regularly visit Windows update or enable automatic updates for Windows. In case a piece of malfunctioning hardware is causing trouble, a search with Google on the bug check errors together with the model name and brand of your computer may help you investigate this further.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSMikeW admin August 2 Greetings, System is unstable, and it's likely due to the RAM. Please go into your BIOS and under the OC Tweaker tab lower the memory frequency from 3600 to 3200. Save and exit, then test the system normally and verify it's stable. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Clay ✭ August 3 Greetings,  Thank you TSMike you are an IT god. No more crashes! 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Very slow performance on new Inland Performance 2TB SSD 3D NAND M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe 4.0 x4 — Micro Center Very slow performance on new Inland Performance 2TB SSD 3D NAND M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe 4.0 x4 Megalomac Minneapolis ✭ June 23 in Inland I purchased this PCIe 4 SSD in August and it never seemed much faster than my old SSDs.  Today I finally ran it through a few benchmarks and it scores extremely low.  I do have PCIe 4 as I have a Asus ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING motherboard paired with an AMD 3900x.  This 2tb SSD is about half full and is used as my main C: drive w/ Win10 installed.   When using userbenchmark.com, I get an average of 2000 MB/s read / 3400 MB/s write.  This is more resembles PCIe v3 speeds.  CrystalDiskMark seems to indicate that read speeds are good, but write speeds hit a max of 980 MB/s!  I am using the heatsink that came w/ this drive.  I didn't see anything in the bios to configure this drive and it works fine, except for the speed.  Any ideas? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSMikeW admin June 25 I run the 1TB version of this drive with the same motherboard and CPU. It certainly does sound like it's under performing. You should not need to adjust any BIOS setting to optimized the performance of your drive. Could you post your CrystalMark results here? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Leave a Comment BoldItalicStrikethroughOrdered listUnordered list Format Heading 1Heading 2 QuoteCodeSpoiler Emoji Url Image Align leftAlign centerAlign rightToggle HTML viewToggle full pageToggle lights Drop image/file Home • InlandComment As ... Community Article Motherboard help — Micro Center Motherboard help Crakkdego ✭ September 2 in Help Choosing Parts Looking for an AMD motherboard with a q code lcd display that I could set to display temperature after POSTing. Google isn't helping much. Is there only specific brands/chipsets that do it? Any help would be greatly appreciated and thank you in advance!  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Best Answer AlexS admin September 3 edited September 3 Accepted Answer While some motherboard manufacturers' UEFI/BIOS can enable the RGB LED lighting to determine temperature (by color) after POST, I'm not seeing a huge variety of them that would allow that.  Doing some research, the older MAXIMUS VIII HERO did allow a setting to show temperatures on the QCODE LCD after post.  It's quite possible they may have retained this feature on their current generation mobos. I know some AIO Coolers have this capability to show it directly on the cooling block's LED such as the NZXT Z63 and Z73, however these coolers generally cost more than most motherboard.   5 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Answers TSTonyV admin September 2 Based on doing some research online, the best information I found was that some people have created small programs that allow you to do this, but I can't find anything about this being a specific feature on any particular board.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMikeW admin September 3 Greetings @Crakkdego ASUS X570 Chrosshair VIII Hero: https://www.microcenter.com/product/608549/asus-x570-rog-crosshair-viii-hero-(wi-fi)-amd-am4-atx-motherboard It will be an option you'll set in the BIOS to show the QCode on POST and then the temperature thereafter. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment.