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Originally Posted by Hyoketsu View Post

HD4k cards don't work with the v7 client; try using the GPU2 client.

Okay, I'll give that a shot in the morning.. thanks
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Originally Posted by metalmayhem9 View Post

Anyone? folks? mellowsmiley.gif ....pretty please?

It's fine just run the GPU2 client for the GSO with -advmethods for minimal impact on the CPU. If you're running v7 client change client -> advanced.
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Originally Posted by quakermaas View Post

Need somebody to check this, something don't look right (I think)

So started folding for the Chimp Challenge a few days ago, things looked good.
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Now for the last day it has been like this (3930k & 2x 7970)
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Just CPU  mad.gif

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Just GPU's
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You should stop folding on your 7970s. Those things can't really output much and are actually pretty useless for folding alongside an i7/i5 SB since they also munch CPU loading cycles and crap that PPD too.

If you're willing to run a VM w/ ubuntu 10.10 or native ubuntu 10.10 you should be able to get 120-140k PPD on the 3930K alone (depending on the WU).

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Originally Posted by barkinos98 View Post

an athlon 640 with 4GB physical ram but 3.25GB due to 32Bit Win7 (instead of "acquiring" 64Bit i use a legal 32Bit, no worries no troubles tongue.gif

Okay, I think at this point a Phenom II X6 would be the best upgrade in terms of PPD. You don't really need to upgrade anything else.

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Originally Posted by Detahmaio View Post

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This doesn't seem correct for a 6950 and a 2500k

See above, the 6950 craps your 2500K's performance, you should run the 2500K on its own. Concerning the issue with the unit freezing at 99% relaunch the client and see if it moves. Either way, stop folding on the 6950.
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Btw, who has a bigadv going on ATM?
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Ok, but what I am pointing out (screen shots), if I turn off the GPU folding and just use CPU, my PPD drops to about 2500 (even less) redface.gif

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Ok, but what I am pointing out (screen shots), if I turn off the GPU folding and just use CPU, my PPD drops to about 2500 (even less) redface.gif

That should be because it needs time to calculate the correct PPD since it looks at the average TPF ( iaw time per finished %).

But the big question is if you are okay with folding hugadv in linux vm or native smile.gif?
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Originally Posted by TheBlademaster01 View Post

Btw, who has a bigadv going on ATM?

I'm pretty sure I'm not even though I've enabled bigadv in my client-type setting. Still running 8042 modules. mellowsmiley.gif

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I folded some earlier, does this look normal for a stock i5 2500k? I never did this before.

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I folded some earlier, does this look normal for a stock i5 2500k? I never did this before.
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Seems okay for that unit

@Ceadder you need to run the corefix in linux. Did you do that, you have almost no chance of getting one in windows
Edited by TheBlademaster01 - 5/19/12 at 2:33am
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Does anyone know how to get your chimp challenge participant badge and where my CC2010 badge whent? I had one but it left me.
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Does anyone know how to get your chimp challenge participant badge and where my CC2010 badge whent? I had one but it left me.

During the CC, when a WU has reached 50%+ completion, take a screenshot of the client window (example below), your OCN name in Notepad, and the time. Email this screenshot to folding@overclocked.net. Again, only one WU is required.

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