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I used to have some GPU problems + gaming. Whenever I would go into a game, my system would slow down to a halt (obviously), so sometimes I either forget to pause it, and sometimes I forget to turn it on again.

But I just realized I had some CPU SMP issues too. Gonna postpone this for a while, folding isn't as easy as it used to be.
Simple solution: Stop gaming

I have a dedicated folding rig and a dedicated gaming rig and I don't even use my gaming rig that much anymore
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i will be getting my 8800gts going soon what kinda ppd should i get?
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i will be getting my 8800gts going soon what kinda ppd should i get?
G92 or G80?
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post #884 of 1792
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i will be getting my 8800gts going soon what kinda ppd should i get?
4,500 - 6,300 depending on the WU and how well it OCs.

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Originally Posted by corky dorkelson View Post
G92 or G80?
That is a good point, I always assume g92 when I hear 8800gts. The points I listed above are for a g92, it is is a g80 then I'd guess 3,700 - 5,500.
Edited by lordikon - 2/23/09 at 8:12am
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post #885 of 1792
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4,500 - 6,300 depending on the WU and how well it OCs.
That's based on the G92 core...

If it's the GTS (G80) in your signature then I would say (depending on the work unit) ~3,300 - ~5,000 PPD
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Not to worry, we still have 8.5 years, and by then EVGA will fall at the knees of BFG and XFX

It is somewhat disheartening to see a company using folding as a marketing scheme (I mean, lets be honest here, if folding didn't involve GPU's, EVGA wouldn't be pushing it like they are), but on the other hand, we are gonna be some proud people by the time we wipe your team
I don't know Ducky how is this any different than Ford and Yoplait sponsoring the Komen foundation. No company does this type of sponsorship without calculating benefits for their shareholder.

In this case the good news, IMO, is that Folding got a ton of publicity. Just look EVGA has 800+ active folders, we have grown to 700+ folders and both teams are pumping out WU's. Win for folding, OCN & EVGA.
    
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Im running the CPU based f@h. Gonna get thee GPU based one setup later.

p.s. I run it all day everyday from about nine in teh morning to ten at night. give or take a couple of hours when i turn the machine off during the day.
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Im running the CPU based f@h. Gonna get thee GPU based one setup later.

p.s. I run it all day everyday from about nine in teh morning to ten at night. give or take a couple of hours when i turn the machine off during the day.
SMP client I hope?

They need to make SMP easier to set up...I see so many people with mutli-core processors running the singe-core client, including me before I was this in to folding.
They should make the main CPU tray client automatically detect if the processor is capable of SMP or not and automatically get SMP WUs.

Turn the machine off?! Why in the world would you do something like that!?

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SMP client I hope?

They need to make SMP easier to set up...I see so many people with mutli-core processors running the singe-core client, including me before I was this in to folding.
They should make the main CPU tray client automatically detect if the processor is capable of SMP or not and automatically get SMP WUs.

Turn the machine off?! Why in the world would you do something like that!?

Just kidding
wasnt earlier...just fixed it. :swearing:
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the problem is the smc client isnt connecting to get my work.
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