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So after getting it to run for 24 hours I am only getting 00:05:47 tpf at 4.7ghz on regular SMP, with VirtualBox, and without corehack.

Execution cap is set at 95%.

In win smp I am getting 00:01:49... So I actually get more ppd in windows... I feel like something is not right.
Enabling PAE/NX in processor made a difference for me. I do 1090T smp4.
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HFM doesn't need to know where the v7 folder is. To connect to v7 telnet messages are required.
How to do that?
 
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post #102 of 117
Ok i just finished a work unit and cant get it uploaded because my internet connection on my Virtual Box has went down and i can not get it back up.

I dont want to restart it because it might mess up the transfer of the work unit but heres my output

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post #103 of 117
Marcus, not sure what command you used. here how I did it.
Went devices - network tools, found that second device is (eth2) this number maybe different on your side.
I do "sudo dhclient eth2"
password is "folding"
 
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post #104 of 117
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Marcus, not sure what command you used. here how I did it.
Went devices - network tools, found that second device is (eth2) this number maybe different on your side.
I do "sudo dhclient eth2"
password is "folding"

typed sudo dhclient eth2

I fixed it though i had to go in the vmware tools and switch to NAT it got an ip address after this and sent the completed WU's off and started a new one
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Could I run this on a 3770 and still hit decent folding numbers, or what would be the best way to get the most ppd out of a 3770?
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Could I run this on a 3770 and still hit decent folding numbers, or what would be the best way to get the most ppd out of a 3770?

Upgrade to a 3930 or better and use this folding technique biggrin.gif
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post #107 of 117
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Enabling PAE/NX in processor made a difference for me. I do 1090T smp4.
How to do that?

Its a v7 requirement for anything to connect to the client. FAHControl and HFM both use telnet. Only the IP is entered to connect to the client. Shared folders are not needed.
post #108 of 117
Thank you for this guide, worked flawlessly and I am now folding 8101 with a TPF of 32:30 for 94k PPD I am only at 4.2Ghz on my 3930k and I am going to light her up tonight and see how much I can squeeze out of her smile.gif
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post #109 of 117
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Upgrade to a 3930 or better and use this folding technique biggrin.gif

What about the 2nd part of the question?
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What about the 2nd part of the question?

lol idk dude when u get in town we can see what we can find out i think you would still probably get better numbers in a linux distrubution or a virtual linux vs. standard windows... will you get Sandy-E numbers? Prob not but should be better then the 30 to 40 your getting now
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