Originally Posted by tycoonbob
Hyper-V has two different types of network adapters, and Legacy is what is needed for Linux. With Hyper-V, I have an external virtual network that this VM is on, and that all is set correctly. The issue is that this preconfigured VM sees no network adapter other than lo (which is JUST realized is the local loopback...duh!). If I can figure out what I need to do to get the network adapter to show in this VM, it will run in Hyper-V for me which means I can set it up on all 3 of my Hyper-V boxes, instead of running the Windows client.
Originally Posted by WumpusRX
Here is a screenshot I just pulled for my A8-3870K
So far, this appears to be a Wildcard CPU, but we just need some of the OC'd guys to do some testing to see what the top end oc yields.
Originally Posted by patricksiglin
Oh boy! This particualr chip seems to be a contender with i7's possibly. What RAM speed and timings do you have?
Ram is Patriot 1600 memory running at stock settings 9-9-9-24 @ 81% PPD still going up a bit.
That's slow RAM. I think you may be correct though. More overclocking, better RAM, and Native Linux would likely push this chip into the high 30's or low 40's. My 2600k would get as high as 42k on that project you're folding.