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Well, if you want to use on. start the 2600K -smp, so you get into the bonus' for future bigadvs
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Brim is right, just stick to a standard SMP CPU client for atleast 10 Wus, it will be a good intro to folding and is the most efficient folding. The "folding" link in my signature will set you up with a decent CPU client. Once you get 10WUs and more comfortable with folding, my previous post is just about the ideal set up for the rig you described, so that's what I would make your goal.
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Originally Posted by juano View Post
For the GPU stability I haven't found anything that is as tough as the advmethods WUs, so obviously it's a good idea to do the best you can for stability before running them (I like Unigine Heaven for 30-45 minutes and hours of playing your most stressful games) but there's really no way to know what will be stable for them until you run them.
I'm 100% folding stable on my 560Ti on significantly higher clocks than I am gaming stable. For games I just run at the stock of 950 but for -advmethods folding I am stable at 1010. If I try to game at these settings the display driver crashes almost immediately.
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You are getting a 7620 or 7621 WU? I have experienced being able to run higher clocks in regular GPU WUs than is stable for gaming but these advmethods WUs are the most stressful things I've ever run on either my 460 or 580.
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Yes I am running 7620's and 7621's and my card is stable at a higher overclock than I can game at. I did have to lower my overclock from folding regular gpu work-units when I switched to -advmethods, but it is still higher than I can game at.

Edit: @OP I would recommend following this guide and setting up your 2600k to run bigbigadv once you have completed your first 10 smp work-units on your passkey. This will get you the most possible ppd.
Edited by BOB850123 - 10/18/11 at 5:41pm
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