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Yes, DiRT has CPU WUs, however I don't know if it is the best in terms of PPD. I seem to remember Collatz being better for CPU PPD, however the amount of points a CPU generates is tiny compared to a GPU anyway, so it won't make a huge difference.
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On my 8120, DiRT takes almost 6 hours for 1 cpu wu and gives a little over 1000 credits.
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Yes, DiRT has CPU WUs, however I don't know if it is the best in terms of PPD. I seem to remember Collatz being better for CPU PPD, however the amount of points a CPU generates is tiny compared to a GPU anyway, so it won't make a huge difference.

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On my 8120, DiRT takes almost 6 hours for 1 cpu wu and gives a little over 1000 credits.

Hmmm... thanks.

Any other recommendations for a good CPU project. I tried out Cosmology over the weekend but it took most of the w/e to get 12k points tongue.gif
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Hmmm... thanks.
Any other recommendations for a good CPU project. I tried out Cosmology over the weekend but it took most of the w/e to get 12k points tongue.gif
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theSkyNet POGS - the PS1 Optical Galaxy Survey isn't bad for CPU points. I think I was able to earn around 12 to 15k per day.

http://ec2-23-23-126-96.compute-1.amazonaws.com/pogs/

The project is in BETA so the work units come in batches. They should start again Thursday
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Dirt will make you the most points with your 580

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theSkyNet POGS - the PS1 Optical Galaxy Survey isn't bad for CPU points. I think I was able to earn around 12 to 15k per day.
http://ec2-23-23-126-96.compute-1.amazonaws.com/pogs/
The project is in BETA so the work units come in batches. They should start again Thursday

Thanks, I might give that a fly. thumb.gif
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A notice to everyone, some of you entered incorrect information for the Cross Product IDs. I have removed your entries for that and have contacted you about that, but please try to enter correct information the first time. I shouldn't have to be verifying the information that you are submitting.
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I have been interested but don't know where the start. My 6970 is not available as it is folding for F@H TC. I might do 4 cores on my 1055T, or an old dual core AMD lappy, or an Athlon II dual core.

Seems your post ended up lost in the flurry of other posts. Sorry for not noticing this earlier.

Everything you need to know as far as setting up and projects is available here: http://www.overclock.net/t/733459/boinc-essentials-thread-check-this-out-if-you-are-new-to-boinc

If you are stuck with a project to choose, check out our Projects of The Month for October (http://www.overclock.net/t/1312624/projects-of-the-month-for-october-2012). It's a great place to start.

As for the AMD parts, I would recommend running both the 1055T and the Athlon II. I personally don't recommend using laptops to crunch with since many laptop manufacturers don't build their laptops to cool their systems running at 100% for an extended time. So unless you are willing to take the risk and have a notebook cooler handy, I'd avoid running on the laptop.

Hope that helps you out! smile.gif
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39 members so far signed up!

As for the AMD parts, I would recommend running both the 1055T and the Athlon II. I personally don't recommend using laptops to crunch with since many laptop manufacturers don't build their laptops to cool their systems running at 100% for an extended time. So unless you are willing to take the risk and have a notebook cooler handy, I'd avoid running on the laptop.
Hope that helps you out! smile.gif

We're doing good! biggrin.gif

If you want to crunch on a laptop, i would strongly recommend undervolting, at least the video card. My laptop surely appreciated it, coming from high 90's to high 50's.
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39 members so far signed up!

A notice to everyone, some of you entered incorrect information for the Cross Product IDs. I have removed your entries for that and have contacted you about that, but please try to enter correct information the first time. I shouldn't have to be verifying the information that you are submitting.
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I have been interested but don't know where the start. My 6970 is not available as it is folding for F@H TC. I might do 4 cores on my 1055T, or an old dual core AMD lappy, or an Athlon II dual core.

Seems your post ended up lost in the flurry of other posts. Sorry for not noticing this earlier.

Everything you need to know as far as setting up and projects is available here: http://www.overclock.net/t/733459/boinc-essentials-thread-check-this-out-if-you-are-new-to-boinc

If you are stuck with a project to choose, check out our Projects of The Month for October (http://www.overclock.net/t/1312624/projects-of-the-month-for-october-2012). It's a great place to start.

As for the AMD parts, I would recommend running both the 1055T and the Athlon II. I personally don't recommend using laptops to crunch with since many laptop manufacturers don't build their laptops to cool their systems running at 100% for an extended time. So unless you are willing to take the risk and have a notebook cooler handy, I'd avoid running on the laptop.

Hope that helps you out! smile.gif

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39 members so far signed up!

As for the AMD parts, I would recommend running both the 1055T and the Athlon II. I personally don't recommend using laptops to crunch with since many laptop manufacturers don't build their laptops to cool their systems running at 100% for an extended time. So unless you are willing to take the risk and have a notebook cooler handy, I'd avoid running on the laptop.
Hope that helps you out! smile.gif

We're doing good! biggrin.gif

If you want to crunch on a laptop, i would strongly recommend undervolting, at least the video card. My laptop surely appreciated it, coming from high 90's to high 50's.

Thank you guys.

The laptop I have is in shambles right now. I had taken it apart to fix 2 issues at first: overheating and display. Fixed the overheating issue by replacing cooler + fan. Display... just does not want to work anymore. So it's hooked up to a monitor and I'm thinking about just taking it back apart and create a system out of it. Somehow modify a cooler to go on it and so forth. It still works... just the display costs more than it's worth if it does need indeed to be replaced.

I've got 2 dual core systems. 1 is my HTPC with a HD5450 and the other I've got enough parts to build and use an old 7600GT for display.

I'm only seeing a download for Windows... is that the only option or am I missing something? Because if I want to get it to work on my 1055T, don't I need to get it to run in a VM in order to use only 4 of the cores?
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