Originally Posted by 4thKor
For now I think I may just wait and see what happens with FAH and the "A" series processors. With AMD finally introducing the new ones I would think Stanford would write work units for them. BWG, the guy in charge of Team Competition, has indicated they are working on just that. Meanwhile, I am actually looking at upgrading my 965-BE to a 1100T(six core!). Just got to get one at the right price! I was actually hoping that someone had figured out these chips as far as how to make them fold in the GPU configuration.
There is some good info elsewheres on the net about oc'ing the llano chips.
It would be nice to get some apu designed/combined work units but i dont see that happening for a while if at all, especially since 3rd gen is going to change radeon cores again, although for good reason. Theres also few people folding on them, so unless the HSA stuff really powers through these work units, it doesn't seem like a good use of time.
I have tried different combinations to try and use the gpu, but general concensus on folding with both an AMD gpu and a cpu isnt worth it, the gpu folding unit requires a cpu core to do its work, which kills the ppd more then the gpu makes up. It also uses more power and makes more heat for less points from my experience as well.