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I am running a machine that houses Dual Xeon X5650's & 24 GB RAM, I am running the -smp & -bigadv tags. HFM is projecting 48221 PPD for the rig. My TPF is 27 mins 36 sec. Does this seem right?

Also should I run the switch -smp 24 (12 physical cores and then hyperthreading) or just -smp.
    
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Is them CPUs at stock clocks? Can't say if it looks good or not, but with that you really should use Linux and be eligible for hugeadv. If you don't want (or can't) switch to native running in a VM is almost as good, I saw a ~10% drop in TPF with my lowly X6 going from Win to Ubuntu in a VM on regular SMP.

If the FAH core uses all threads (100% CPU in task manager) you're fine with with just -smp.
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Is them CPUs at stock clocks? .
Yeah stock clocks on the procs, 2.66 Ghz but with the turbo on they run at 3.0 Ghz.
    
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Well, what WU is it running?
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Well, what WU is it running?
Project: 2684 (Run 2, Clone 21, Gen 120)
    
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Project: 2684 (Run 2, Clone 21, Gen 120)
That's probably another TPF issue...The 2684 WU is a dog and slower than almost any other WU.
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If you're getting 48k ppd on a 2684, I think that's about right for a 24 thread machine at 3.0 Ghz. What's the pnts awarded and the total time to fold it? Should be about 46 hours (less than 2 days). My 980X at 4.35Ghz (12 threads, no gpu folding) takes about 2.5 days. I think it's about right.
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What's the pnts awarded and the total time to fold it?
HFM estimates 92630 points awarded. Estimate on total time to complete is 45 hours.
    
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HFM estimates 92630 points awarded. Estimate on total time to complete is 45 hours.
Ok, I'd say that's pretty much on track for the system you've got, at the speed it's at. The last one I did a couple of weeks ago I got just over 77k pnts for.

BTW, what operating system are you using on that computer?
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Ok, I'd say that's pretty much on track for the system you've got, at the speed it's at. The last one I did a couple of weeks ago I got just over 77k pnts for.

BTW, what operating system are you using on that computer?
Its Windows 7 Pro, I'm going to move the FAH client to a Linux VM after this WU though, some reading tells me the FAH client run more efficiently in Linux.
    
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