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Nice CD, I figured that the difference would be more but meh, and since someone was wondering what all three of the E**** series compared like.

Just for info on the E2*** series folding. I am only running at 3.2Ghz and it is 17:45 for 1% of a WU.

I can't wait to get a quad!!!
pssh, you think thats bad. Try folding on a sempy with only a 300mhz increase (Bios is locked) with pc133 value ram. It's about 1-2hs for 1%
post #32 of 41
Ouch my pd boxes do better one at 4400mhz gets 16-17mins and one running stock got 20-22mins now i got it at 3900mhz its doing 19-20mins tho i think i need to play with its ram timings.
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So what's the consensus.. Tight timings, or high frequency?

Edit: I'm running at 3.8ghz on my q6600 and I'm doing like 9:40-10:10 per %. Ram is at about 1100@ 5-5-5-15
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post #34 of 41
They both play a big role. Try and get your ram timings as tight as possible with your OC. Seems to work out the best!
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So what's the consensus.. Tight timings, or high frequency?

Edit: I'm running at 3.8ghz on my q6600 and I'm doing like 9:40-10:10 per %. Ram is at about 1100@ 5-5-5-15
Must be tighter timings because i'm at 7:58 per % @ 3.6Ghz 4-4-4-12 900Mhz
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So what's the consensus.. Tight timings, or high frequency?

Edit: I'm running at 3.8ghz on my q6600 and I'm doing like 9:40-10:10 per %. Ram is at about 1100@ 5-5-5-15
Tight timings at 800-900MHz are generally better than looser timings when MHz falls between 900-1200. A 3.8GHz quad should push around 7:30-8:00/% in WIN SMP and around 9-10min/% with two clients running in linux.

If you are running VM/Linux your times look good. All I can really say is try making the adjustments to you RAM and see what happens.
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post #37 of 41
Doing 7:45 @ 3.6ghz (400X9) with ram set @ 961mhz and timings 4-4-4-12=3200ppd; 9:20 @ 3.0ghz, ram @ 800mhz 4-4-4-12=2700ppd. I'll try the vmware/linux thing and see if I get any improovement.
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Around 13 minutes per percent average on Arch Linux in VMWare. Running at 3Ghz.
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Well this sucks... I was running at 3.6ghz, ram at 950 4-4-4-12 and I was still seeing about 10 mins on average.. I will have to look into this, as I should be able to shave two mins with those clocks. My goal is 7:12(if my math is correct) per %, so I can do two WU in 24 hrs. Something is not right here tho..
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Is there any way to adjust the settings of the SMP after it has been installed? I ran my first WU this week and it is very very slow, but I think its because of the way I set it up.

I wasn't sure how well I could run it while using my PC at the same time for playing games, so I adjusted it down to use only 50% of my cores as a test run and its taking about half an hour per percent (project 2653). It started Thursday night around 10pm EST and it is sitting at 96% currently at 8:00 a.m. today.

I'd like to adjust the settings to get more effeciency out of it and still be able to play games .. if possible.

Thanks in advance!
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