Originally Posted by k0smo86
I'm curious as to how my X6 1055T @ 3.5ghz might do folding bigadv in native linux? I set it up before, but wasn't able to commit the computer for a few days. I am curious to see if anyone knows about how much PPD I will get, and if it's even worth giving a shot. Thanks!
Had one X6 running @3.44 a while ago and was doing fine with the bigadv running Ubuntu in a VM, iirc I was getting like 22-23k PPD. It wasn't loaded with a lot of other stuff, mostly "office" type of use.
One anomaly is that the 2684 WU is way of in TPF what they supposed to be. With the theoretical TPF differences (%) between 2684 and the other bigadv that I have observed from my other rigs running native that WU shouldn't be a problem but that gets 100% increase in TPF. Probably something is up with my setup, I don't think it has to do with the CPU speed, same now when I'm @3.7. Slowest I've ran bigadv native is 3.64.