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So socket 478, thats NetBurst is it not?

anyway, I am loving the dual cpu Motherboards, I spent the day looking for some cheap ones, I have found a few dual socket 604 mobos and the can take C2D based Xeons so I may have to look into that in the future
nope - these are Core Duo based, which is pretty much 2 Pentium 3 cores on 1 die. Basically laptop chips used as low power server chips. Socket M (IIRC - maybe socket P). Still 478 pins, but not the same as the desktop s478.

Careful with the 604 idea - very few 604 chips are non-netburst, and the ones that aren't are usually pretty expensive.
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don't expect a lot of points from them - they're basically T2500 Core Duo chips, which are just 2 Pentium 3 cores bolted together. Even with 4 of them you'll only get a couple thousand PPD.
lol i wouldnt expect alot of points from somthing that only uses 100w at full load either. but points per watt is better than most rigs. and they are cheap.

i wana say they do around 1200 boinc ppd for each rig.

which is pretty good considering my main rig only does about 1800ppd.

they are fun little project rigs. and i didnt realize that ocn was in the dark about these.. they are well known amongst crunchers over at XS
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the PPD/W is decent for low-end SMP compared to Core2Duo systems etc, but a single $30 GT 240 can do 4,000 PPD and uses 70W (~120W full load on a basic system just folding on the GPU). Which is almost double the PPD/W you're getting.
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so Core 2 is Pentium 3 derrived?

I would imagine that a singe core2 die contains 2 cores, whereas this processor contains 2 dies, each of one core. If it were 2 core 2 dies, would it not be a core 2 quad processor?
    
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Core2Duo came from Core Duo, which evolved (via Core Solo) from the Pentium M, which is based on the Pentium 3 - basically Intel stepped away from the Pentium 4/Netburst architecture and went back a few years (having learnt a few bits on the way, like HT etc which came back later on in the Core CPUs).

This CPU is 2 single cores bolted together to give a single dual core chip, with 2 CPUs per board or 4 cores per system.
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the PPD/W is decent for low-end SMP compared to Core2Duo systems etc, but a single $30 GT 240 can do 4,000 PPD and uses 70W (~120W full load on a basic system just folding on the GPU). Which is almost double the PPD/W you're getting.
suppose i should have put this in another forum. i dont do folding@home lol.. its for homos.

i do world community grid and gpugrid.

and with that single gt240 you would need a computer to plug it into. so its not just 30$



on another note.. LOL
CPUs are 10$ each
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i wana say they do around 1200 boinc ppd for each rig.
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... single $30 GT 240 can do 4,000 PPD and uses 70W (~120W full load on a basic system just folding on the GPU). Which is almost double the PPD/W you're getting.
I think you are trying to compare bionic PPD to F@H ppd. If Im not mistaken, bionic is ~1/7 that of folding. So his system should do ~8400 PPD
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I think you are trying to compare bionic PPD to F@H ppd. If Im not mistaken, bionic is ~1/7 that of folding. So his system should do ~8400 PPD
check the edit times - he only mentioned boinc points after I posted.

Either way, it's still not a great way to do computation - an Atom with a GTS 450 would cost similar money 2nd hand and consume similar power but produce more useful work (and take up a LOT less space!)
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check the edit times - he only mentioned boinc points after I posted.

Either way, it's still not a great way to do computation - an Atom with a GTS 450 would cost similar money 2nd hand and consume similar power but produce more useful work (and take up a LOT less space!)
i dont ever look at edit times. a 2600k would take up double the power but spit out a quadrillion and one times more points...exaggerated of course
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