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Worth it to disable a CPU core or two (1055t) to fold my 5770 for Chimp Challenge?

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I'm getting set up for Chimpin' and I want max PPD from all of my machines. My 1055t @ 3.6GHz gets me about 16K PPD, the 5770 (when I actually fold it) gets me about 4K PPD. How many cores do I need to disable to run the 5770? And would I be better off just folding the 1055t only and not bother with the 5770?

Also is there any tweaks for the 5770 to get more PPD?
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I would just fold the 1055t, since the 5770 is not powerful enough to run the core_17 WUs. You will have the same or higher PPD running the 1055t on smp-6, than you would have on smp-5 with the 5770 folding.
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