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Ok, i followed the guides for setting up the v7 client and i was wondering why my estimated ppd is so damn low...
I am using the -bigadv flag btw.
Furthermore the gpu shows no estimate at all.

Does this look right?




I am folding on the sigrig if that helps.
Just looking for some conformation, thx in advance guys.
Lets go for first!

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Your current TPF for the bigadv unit is too high for bonus credit, that's why. You'll need to get it down around 50 minutes or lower. It could be because your GPU is taking away too much processing power.
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Thx for your reply, what should i do (in terms of settings) to change it? I am sorry but I am having a hard time figuring folding out hehe
    
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looks like it is NOT bigadv WU.

bigadv WUs: 2684, 2685, 2686, 2692, 6900, 6901
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looks like it is NOT bigadv WU.

bigadv WUs: 2684, 2685, 2686, 2692, 6900, 6901
Haha I just noticed that.... Oh yeah, you can't run a -bigadv WU with a 4 core processor. You'll have to either run a Ubuntu virtual machine to do it or run Ubuntu natively.
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looks like it is NOT bigadv WU.

bigadv WUs: 2684, 2685, 2686, 2692, 6900, 6901
That could be because i changed it to bigadv after i started this WU, i dont see a way to drop this WU so i guess im stuck completing this before the bigadv flag kicks in.
    
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Ok, i have reverted back to the FAH GPU tracker, using 3 cores for the SMP instead of 4 so that the GPU can draw power from the remaining core. Seems this is working.
    
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Just repeating what I said before:

you can't run a -bigadv WU with a 4 core processor. You'll have to either run a Ubuntu virtual machine to do it or run Ubuntu natively so you can "emulate" 8 cores.
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