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I'll help you guys along, might squeeze a few more hz out of my clock to help smile.gif
    
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I'll help you guys along, might squeeze a few more hz out of my clock to help smile.gif

This biggrin.gif , gonna see if I can't get my 7970 stable at 1275/1750 for this thing, i5 at 5ghz (hopefully).
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Don't fold on the 7970, it'll eat too many cycles from the i5.
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Ooo ooo do mine but less crappy than robbo2 did.

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Don't fold on the 7970, it'll eat too many cycles from the i5.

I'll get more points if I don't? I thought gpu helped a lot?
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I like it cause it makes me LOL, but it makes me wonder what it could've looked like if you tried to make it look good.
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Don't fold on the 7970, it'll eat too many cycles from the i5.

I'll get more points if I don't? I thought gpu helped a lot?

The GPU will add about 9K points per day while your CPU will do around 20K overclocked. What I would do is just run the CPU folding on 3 cores which will allow the GPU to still fold, this way based on my rough estimates you'd be getting about 15K + 9K instead of just 20K. To do this finish the current WU on your CPU (right click the slot then finish), then when it's done go to configuration, slots, select the CPU SMP then hit edit. In the edit window under the SMP section there is a CPUs field that wil say -1, change that to 3 and resume folding as normal. Also be sure to add the client type advanced of your GPU slots, you can do that while folding without the need to finish the current WU.
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nVidia does. AMD doesn't.

@brodieboy, that is full of awesome.
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Count me in...first year I folded on something other than a laptop
    
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Since I will very hopefully be getting a 960T just before the CC this year, should I just fold on it, or should I use my 460 and throw in my two 8800GTX's for the extra PPD? Would it even be worth it?
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The GPU will add about 9K points per day while your CPU will do around 20K overclocked. What I would do is just run the CPU folding on 3 cores which will allow the GPU to still fold, this way based on my rough estimates you'd be getting about 15K + 9K instead of just 20K. To do this finish the current WU on your CPU (right click the slot then finish), then when it's done go to configuration, slots, select the CPU SMP then hit edit. In the edit window under the SMP section there is a CPUs field that wil say -1, change that to 3 and resume folding as normal. Also be sure to add the client type advanced of your GPU slots, you can do that while folding without the need to finish the current WU.

Doesn't work like that. You lose more bonus points from the SMP by taking much longer to complete, so using 3/4 of the cores doesn't give you 3/4 of the points. You're looking at 20K SMP only, or 8K GPU and 12K SMP, or another way to look at it is 20K using 150W, or 20K using 350W.

Don't waste electricity.

I just realised who I was quoting. You should know better biggrin.gif
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