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I have 3 machines folding for me. My sig rig has the GPU-CPU going plus a p4 system and a gateway q6600 machine. So i have a total of 4 processors folding and in 5 days i have 5000 points. Is this ok?
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Sry for off the topic. What are those points for? What are the benefit for folding? cuz I see people paying money to build a system just for folding.
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Points are a way to measure how much you have folded for the folding@home cause. If you complete a large unit, you get a lot of points. Smaller units are worth less points. People Fold to help cure things like parkinsons and whatnot, and some do it more for the points, to compete with their friends. People who put a lot of money into folding rigs either want to contribute more, or want to be better competition in the Folding ranks. Either way, research is being done, but the healthy competition to see who can fold more, or get higher in the ranks is a lot of fun. It can be addicting
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I have 3 machines folding for me. My sig rig has the GPU-CPU going plus a p4 system and a gateway q6600 machine. So i have a total of 4 processors folding and in 5 days i have 5000 points. Is this ok?
That seems REALLY low for a quad core. That quad core should pump out 1760 points per day minimum. If you arent already, download/install the SMP windows client. (for the q6600). That'll be a good start. If you wanna try more than that, install 2x SMP clients, and use the affinity changer (task manager, then right click on a process in the processes list and hit 'set affinity'). Set 1 client to cores 0 + 1, and set the other client to cores 2+3. If you really want to crank out points, you could use this guide to set up vmware + ubuntu. It basicaly folds inside ubuntu, which is faster. You might get 3520 points per day running at stock.

http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...ntu-guide.html

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well the q6600 machine and the 2ghzP4 are only minimal folders they are family computers. My rig is the only one that has folded for the 5 days. The others have been on for 1 and 2 days. i am looking to get my rig to perform better though i am looking into a few more 3850s or 70s.
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Are you running the SMP client on the Q6600 or just the normal client? If you're just using the normal client, it's only using one core of that quad.
 
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just the normal cpu folder 5.03 but i am using the gpu 6.11. The q6600 machine can not run alot of power its a daily driver. but my phenom can do whatever is there a better client?
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You can run the smp on your Phenom, too.
Use the Task Manager that the SMP runs on 3 Cores and the GPU on the other Core.

Main problem are the tight dead lines of smp.
But when your Phenom runs 24/7 or at least many hours a day, it's no problem.


For the Core 2 Quad you could set up 4 classic Clients.
There have to be for installations in 4 Folders and they have to run with -local flag.
More details should be in the faq thread:
http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...need-know.html
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