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Would a Phenom X4/X6 be able to run -bigadv, or is it only for i7's?
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Bigadv is intended for CPUs that have 8 or more threads. Folks have been able to get Bigadv to work on Thubans in Linux. Now way a Deneb X4 would be able to do BigAdvs in time.
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Originally Posted by Ysbl View Post
Would a Phenom X4/X6 be able to run -bigadv, or is it only for i7's?
They can definitely run them, but you will lose PPD. You need an i7 at about 4.0 GHz to make it worth folding -BigAdv.
    
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They can definitely run them, but you will lose PPD. You need an i7 at about 4.0 GHz to make it worth folding -BigAdv.
What would the PPD be for a 1090t @ 4.0GHZ running -bigadv be on average?
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What would the PPD be for a 1090t @ 4.0GHZ running -bigadv be on average?
depending on the WU, 25-30k w/ windows client

~10k more w/ linux client
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I think you can run bigadv on a 4.8-5ghz i5 2500k
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You'll average somewhere around 25k PPD if memory serves...
    
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post #8 of 16
Quote:
Originally Posted by koven View Post
depending on the WU, 25-30k w/ windows client

~10k more w/ linux client
EDIT: Ninja'ed by Koven who had a better answer anyways. TGIF (for me?)

Double Edit: I'm and idiot and managed to double post instead of editing. Awesome.
    
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post #9 of 16
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Originally Posted by koven View Post
depending on the WU, 25-30k w/ windows client

~10k more w/ linux client
Okay, thanks. Now I know what to buy next!
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Is a TPF of 34min okay on a windows client with an i7 930 at 3.8GHz on a 2685 WU okay? I stopped my GPU and gained about 5 min per frame. The GTX480 was pulling anywhere from 15-17k by itself. Not sure which way to go.
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