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Make sure that you have hyper-threading enabled because you need at least 8 threads to run big advanced work units.
Definitely enabled. Would never run it without hyper-threading.
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Core i7 970 B1 EVGA X58 SLI (E758) Gigabyte GTX 970 Gaming Crucial Ballistix Tactical 12GB 
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Intel X25-M 80GB, WD Caviar Black 1TB, WD CG 2TB Windows 7 x64 Ultimate Asus 24", ViewSonic 22" Saitek Cyborg 
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CORSAIR TX850 HAF 932 Logitech G500 OCZ Behemoth 
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Originally Posted by austinb324 View Post
Definitely enabled. Would never run it without hyper-threading.
Alright, just thought I would ask. If I were you I would stick to regular smp work units because my 2600k @ 4.0GHz makes the deadlines for the bigadv work units by only about 10-12 hours. The clocks on mobile cpus are always lower because heat becomes an issue. I don't think you would be able to get the work units in within the deadline.
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