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post #831 of 1980
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Folding straight Linux is faster than VMware.
Yeah, that's what I figured, thanks. I'm just wondering how everyone is getting so many points but has fewer work units completed than I do. Is that directly because of folding through Linux or does the processor play a bigger role?
post #832 of 1980
YOu just started SMP... right?

SMP WU's are mostly 1760 points a piece, while the 'normal' ones are like 360 a piece. Plu, the SMP ones go faster also.

I am doing the VMWare/Linux thing in Vista 32-bit, and it folds like mad for me. Just over 16 hours for a 1760 point WU.

Your performance will be significantly less though, given your CPU... Core 2 Duo simply outfolds the AMD X2 by quite a margin.
    
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post #833 of 1980
Oh ok, thanks for the specific information. Yeah, I just started SMP with Vista 32-bit a couple days ago. Before that, I was using two instances of the text based console. Does the VMWare/Linux folding outperform the regular Vista folding by a good amount too?

Makes sense that the Core 2 would outperform my 5200+, especially since mine is at stock right now and the Core 2's are better. Will the Intel Quad outperform the Core 2 in SMP, since only 2 cores are counted towards team competitions?
post #834 of 1980
The Intel Quad will do so, but you'll need to do it in Native Linux, or use Windows SMP. The VMWare thing doesn't work with Quads afaik.

In terms of performance:
1) Core 2 Quad, native Linux
2) Core 2 Duo, native Linux
3) Core 2 Duo, VMWare/Linux
4) Core 2 Duo, Windows SMP
5) X2, native Linux
6) X2, VMWare/Linux
7) X2, Windows SMP
8) Four console clients on a Quad
9) two console clients on a Core 2 Duo
10) two console clients on an X2

VMWare/Linux does outperform the Windows SMP client by abou 15%-20%. Native Linux is a little faster than the VMWare/Linux solution, but the differences aren't that shocking.
    
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VMware does indeed work for quads (you just use two Linux clients within VMware), and I fully expect that WinSMP does as well.
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post #836 of 1980
man looks like i let my team down this time, i have been getting vista set up and i lost nearly 5 wu due to this , sorry guys
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post #837 of 1980
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VMware does indeed work for quads (you just use two Linux clients within VMware), and I fully expect that WinSMP does as well.
You only need to run one instance of WinSMP, it uses all 4 cores. I don't know what the point difference is between the two SMP's. I'm getting about 2 WU's done per day @ 3.6Ghz, 3000+ppd with these 1760's.
post #838 of 1980
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You only need to run one instance of WinSMP, it uses all 4 cores. I don't know what the point difference is between the two SMP's. I'm getting about 2 WU's done per day @ 3.6Ghz, 3000+ppd with these 1760's.
You only need to run dual instances through VMWare since it only handles 2 cores per instance. On all of the clients, multiple instances can be run for point smoothing, but I've never really seen much of a point in doing that myself.
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Ya dual vmware best way to run a quad or real linux. Im running single vmware for my e6600 and im avg around 16hrs a 1760 unit. Cold here in ky now and i got my window open im folding at 44c lol on my tuniq tower. Im hot blooded or somthing i love to be cold can stand cold alot better then the heat.
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Congrats to Team Smirnoff FTW for winning the October Team Folding Competition! November promises to be a tight race with Team Owners reentering the fray.
  1. 167914 Team Smirnoff FTW
  2. 138612 Team Just Be Cause
  3. 112273 Team CPU Burners
  4. 76341 Team Overclock Foldowzers
  5. 75392 Team mixers
  6. 73956 Team Folders Inc.
  7. 72331 Team Angry Penguins
  8. 62620 Team C2D
  9. 57267 Team Victorious Secret
  10. 41152 Team Folding Folders
  11. 34203 Team ArMaDa
  12. 30014 Team owners
  13. 26519 Team Average Joes
  14. 24025 Team Ninjas with Lasers
  15. 20821 Team Slow-'n-Low
  16. 16237 Team Zang!
  17. 9544 Team RatRod
  18. 4076 Team Lone Folders
  19. 3152 Team Black Lines Drawn
  20. 1376 Team X-Treme
Team member changes requested later in October will be reflected in the first update in November. Also, a few teams have been removed from the competition due to inactivity, so the team list will be smaller this month.
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