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post #81 of 103
Not sure if the X1600 will beat a Core 2 Duo (one core of it at least)...

It's hard to compare, since they get different WU's

Currently, a X1900XT is benchmarked by stanford at 440 points per day.
    
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most video cards will be faster then cpus for the simple fact that video cards are made to render things... cpus are made to do calculations..

the 1800 is about 80% the power of the 1900
the 1600 is about 30% of the 1900

dont even try the X1300 or lower they are just a budget card that ati made for an entry level pci-x card
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For folding I think the X1800 is MUCH less than that compared to the X1900, as standford implies on their website. If they would be that close, Stanford would not emphasize that they recommend the X1900
    
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Which is why I doubt using my X1600 will be worth its time.. and sweat.
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post #85 of 103
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Which is why I doubt using my X1600 will be worth its time.. and sweat.
I think it would stil pump ot WU's faster though. I did fold on my GPU however there was system Lag i didnt like so i stopped.
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Enterprise: try folding it at 75% You'll still have decent system performance while folding. Plus, also set one of the cores at 75%, so the GPU client has abit of CPU power available.
    
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I think I'll wait for the end of the betas anyway...
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Me too
    
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I just wish I had one of those cards... Well, not really I'm not a big gamer anyway
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Enterprise: try folding it at 75% You'll still have decent system performance while folding. Plus, also set one of the cores at 75%, so the GPU client has abit of CPU power available.
Really...SO wait let me get this straight.

I should dedicate 75% to GPU and 25% for CPU for it to go smoothly ?
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