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Got my main rig running at about 340k PPD and the AMD rig going at about 34k PPD. We have to beat AMD ya'll lol.
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just swapped cpu's onto NaCl client, it seems to be doing a unit every 6-8 mins but I cant see what the value is anywhere? so not sure if it will work out better than 50k ppd on normal client

I did some testing with NaCl and with my 4770k it did a unit (download + fold + upload) in about 10 minutes and got 125 points for each unit, which worked out to about 18k PPD. With the regular client only running 6 cores it would get about 25k PPD, so I gave up on NaCl.
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Got my main rig running at about 340k PPD and the AMD rig going at about 34k PPD. We have to beat AMD ya'll lol.
I did some testing with NaCl and with my 4770k it did a unit (download + fold + upload) in about 10 minutes and got 125 points for each unit, which worked out to about 18k PPD. With the regular client only running 6 cores it would get about 25k PPD, so I gave up on NaCl.

Il give it try over night to see what its racking up, if its not looking favourable Il swap back to the client

I checked and its showing all 24 cores flat out!
post #203 of 338
NaCl gets no QRB so the faster the CPU the less PPD it will get compared to the full client. Slower CPUs that get less QRB may have a better change at a higher PPD with NaCl.

All NaCl WUs are 125 points.
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NaCl gets no QRB so the faster the CPU the less PPD it will get compared to the full client. Slower CPUs that get less QRB may have a better change at a higher PPD with NaCl.

All NaCl WUs are 125 points.

thanks for that, just what i was looking for!

on NaCl ppd would have worked out at 18k

on the standard client ppd are 51k

so the hands down winner is normal client

so in brief 2x x5650's are better off in standard client
post #205 of 338
Is there a guide somewhere how to switch to NACI because i might try that this evening when i'm back home.
My CPU is currently only getting 12k PPD in the normal client so it might be worth looking into that. for me.
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Is there a guide somewhere how to switch to NACI because i might try that this evening when i'm back home.
My CPU is currently only getting 12k PPD in the normal client so it might be worth looking into that. for me.

i just googled "NaCl folding" and it was the first page suggested, click the link and filled in details of user, team and key.

http://folding.stanford.edu/nacl/

thats about it as far as i know
post #207 of 338
is it me or is the stat page not working?
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Originally Posted by scc28 View Post

i just googled "NaCl folding" and it was the first page suggested, click the link and filled in details of user, team and key.

http://folding.stanford.edu/nacl/

thats about it as far as i know
thanks
I'm at work now so i'm putting my work laptop at work as well. (don't expect to much of this one).
Edited by Wyllliam - 2/1/16 at 11:17pm
post #209 of 338
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This may sound obvious for some, but remember to use Google Chrome for NaCl. NaCl folding uses Chrome's native client.
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post #210 of 338
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Originally Posted by JKuhn View Post

This may sound obvious for some, but remember to use Google Chrome for NaCl. NaCl folding uses Chrome's native client.

It is running in Chrome, but it takes up to 25 minutes for 1 WU on my work laptop.
Seems a bit long
But then again i'm also working on it winksmiley02.gif.
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