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I dont see the new client on there?
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Not the new client, he's using Ubuntu instead of Windows. That gives a significant boost. I haven't tested it yet, but the new client uses the same fah_core, and possibly slightly more overhead with the FahControl GUI so I wouldn't expect any improvement in PPD for us.

and, Sheet updated I'll let the top slot sit for a few days and then i'll post my Ubuntu screenies
My bad guys, didnt see the vmware bar and thought it looked a bit strange...
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I used this for setting up vmware, used 8 for any cpu info. Then used this for setting up F@H in ubuntu.
Thank you, I'm actually going to give it a try

Although, I am not sure if 4Gb RAM will be enough for the Virtual Machine?
    
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I used 4GB and only ever had half in use...
 
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So now that we're all talking about vm Ubuntu and native Ubuntu, I'm going to have to change the submission rules, since under native Ubuntu it's not possible to post a screenshot with the current requirements.

I was thinking a separate screenshot from Ubuntu showing the client active, and a screenshot from a separate win7 rig with HFM running monitoring PPD. That leaves out proof of actual clock speed and voltages. Do you guys think we ought to worry about it? Any suggestions? I'm a complete newb to Ubuntu so I don't know if there are any programs out there that are acceptable substitutes for cpu-z...

I'm out of town tonight but back tomorrow, so I'll try and post up what I have when I get back.
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Would you guys suggest folding bigadv if I am running 2 460 clients? At the moment with just a single 460 I seem to get a TPF averaging 35 minutes, which is 7-8 minutes off what a lot of you guys are getting with just the bigadv client @_@
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Would you guys suggest folding bigadv if I am running 2 460 clients? At the moment with just a single 460 I seem to get a TPF averaging 35 minutes, which is 7-8 minutes off what a lot of you guys are getting with just the bigadv client @_@
I run -bigadv with a GTX 460 and GTS 450 and get TPF around 30-32 minutes on P6900 WU's at 4.5ghz. Even on the slow 2684 wu's I still get about 6k more PPD than I get with the fastest regular SMP wu's. Its definitely worth it.

What speed RAM are you running? I"m about to upgrade from 1600 to 2133 which should improve my frame times.
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I run -bigadv with a GTX 460 and GTS 450 and get TPF around 30-32 minutes on P6900 WU's at 4.5ghz. Even on the slow 2684 wu's I still get about 6k more PPD than I get with the fastest regular SMP wu's. Its definitely worth it.

What speed RAM are you running? I"m about to upgrade from 1600 to 2133 which should improve my frame times.
Be sure to let us know how the new ram effects things tourbound. That's something I wanted to try as well but haven't got the scratch to buy some new kits.. What timings are the old and new memory?
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I will certainly update with my results.

Based on what I have been reading, the timings don't mean nearly as much for bigadv as speed. I will be going from 1600 to 2133 in one rig and 1333 to 2133 in the other. I think the new sticks are 9-10-9-27??? Can't remember now. I ordered the ripjaws 2x2g set mentioned in the online deals section. $55 shipped from newegg. I had been watching them for quite some time.
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Hm interesting. I haven't looked into it with much effort yet but I was under the impression that timings were more important than speed. Not sure if that applied to regular smp or bigadv though. That's why I always try and pick kits with the tightest stock timings. I might have to look at getting another kit to play around with and do some tests myself, but I'll wait and see what you come up with for us. If it turns out your correct and speed is king, then I'll try loosening timings and upping the speed on this set and see what happens.
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Both sets of RAM should be arriving tomorrow afternoon and I will be right in the middle of P6900's on both rigs so I should find out pretty quick what the performance difference is.
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