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Tips for building a Folding@hHome dedicated folding rig?

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I'm building a small folding rig, potentially in a Bitfenix Prodigy. I need some tips on hardware and any tips for long-term running of rigs.
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If the rig is only for folding, then spend most of your budget on GPU, and only fold on that. Then just get a H61 board with a Celeron or i3. For long term running you should look for a PSU that delivers a stable voltage at the current your GPU will draw.
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Really? I thought that Folding@home was fairly CPU intensive? But I do know that the GPUs can fold quite fast too.. Cheers mate smile.gif
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