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10 CPU WUs accumulated so your fine, but they need to be turned in on time so you'll want to resume folding in time before the deadline is up.
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Would I be able to handle the bigadv with the 1090t? Or should I stick with running the regular -smp setup, with my GPU?
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A OC'd X6 should do bigadv without too much trouble. This is the VM I used and I liked it, I think it should work with a X6 without issue.
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Just be sure to put in your 10 SMP units before you start on bigadv.
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Just be sure to put in your 10 SMP units before you start on bigadv.
That's what the PC is doing right now
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Would I be able to handle the bigadv with the 1090t? Or should I stick with running the regular -smp setup, with my GPU?
You could if the OC is high enough, I'd like to recommend 3.8 or higher if going through a VM and GPU folding as well, even though it could be done as low as even 3.44. If you do, enable -advmethods on your 470 if you can handle the extra heat (~10C), cause the adv-WU (7620/7621) on GPU use much less CPU time and hardly impact the TPF on CPU folding.

I'm folding bigadv right now on a X6@3.7 + GTX460 /w '-advmethods', with and TPF on the X6 stays pretty much the same with GPU on/off. The affect other general usage is greater.

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A OC'd X6 should do bigadv without too much trouble. This is the VM I used and I liked it, I think it should work with a X6 without issue.
Can you 'fake' cores with that?
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post #87 of 105
I'm not positive that you can but I beleive so. I know you can't do hugeadv (12 threads) with that image, but I think it can fake a X6 into getting a bigadv.

Good advice on the GPU advmethod WUs and I agree with the recommendation nvspace. Only other thing to take note of other than the heat arvidab already mentioned is they are more prone to show instabilities in an OC you thought was stable because they are so stressful. So it may take some time and trial and error of reducing your overclock to find out what is really stable for them, but it's well worth it.
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Thanks alot guys I'll OC Monday, after I hit the 50k. I just installed liquid cooling on my CPU, so that side should not have heat issues. My 470 is already producin 10k a day, and I'm getting a second one in a week, so I don't know if I should bother with that OC. I heard they were bad for heat, so I don't know what kind of temperatures it would cause inside the case, and mostly inside my room (my PC is two feet away from my bed lol).

What kind of voltage changes should I expect to do to higher the speed up to 3.8? Would I be in the capacity to do a stable 4ghz OC, or should I maintain myself lower?
Edited by nvspace126 - 10/15/11 at 4:06pm
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I would at least see how far you can OC the 470 on stock volts, that wouldn't increase heat output by a significant amount. I would also enable the advmethod WUs on it before trying to OC it on stock volts, because seeing as you will be getting another it will save you a lot of CPU cycles to have 2 GPUs running advmethods rather than regular WUs. Having two GPUs on advmethod versus regular WUs could be the difference between you being able to complete bigadv or not on the CPU, so it is a significant gain to be had. Also just as a point of reference to see what your 470 would be capable of if you OC'd it heavily, my 460 is getting 12K PPD, so there is a lot to be gained still from that 470.
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post #90 of 105
Sweet, I'll do the first CPU and GPU OC on Thuesday. I suppose I'll make a list of changes to be made that day, as I'll need to power-off. Hopefully my second 470 comes in before the Foldathon.

Btw, what kind of daily stats should I be looking at with my cpu at 3.8, and an oc'd 470? I plan on running the setup 24/7 for at least 4 days a week.
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