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P6900 @ 4590mhz with 2133mhz RAM

My previous best was 42k ppd without a GPU running. Now I'm over 44k with a GPU running. $55 for new RAM was money well spent.
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P6900 @ 4590mhz, 2133 mhz RAM, no gpu

Decided to turn off the gpu client for a few hours and see what I could accomplish.
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2686 @ 4500mhz, 1600mhz ram, no gpu folding, hfm says 35090 ppd

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Is there an idiot proof guide on how to set up the Linux client properly? I've been toying around with Fedora 64 for a bit and can't for the life of me get it to connect to the internet. I've already set it to bridged as instructed. Sorry I'm a Linux nub ; ;
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I used this guide and works good with Ubuntu. Not sure if it will help you.
http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=...&postcount=259
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Edit -

Did more reading and found out that HT is disabled by default. Tried to follow the instructions by using sudo gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst but it just pops out a blank page. I'm on kernel 2.6.35-28-generic-ck
Edited by Velathawen - 4/8/11 at 8:27am
post #327 of 359
is there a difference in ppd when using the cpu's onboard graphics? am I assuming correctly that using it would lower the ppd?

just wondering if I go sandybridge for folding if I should use onboard or throw in something like a 5450...
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Well if you plan to overclock at all, you will go with a k-series cpu, and the P67 chipset, not the H67 and use a dedicated graphics card...

If you want to use the cpu's onboard graphics, you go H67 but you can't overclock it even with a k-series chip.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Digigami View Post
Well if you plan to overclock at all, you will go with a k-series cpu, and the P67 chipset, not the H67 and use a dedicated graphics card...

If you want to use the cpu's onboard graphics, you go H67 but you can't overclock it even with a k-series chip.
*facepalm* forgot p67s can't make use of it. I'd be disappointed in anything less than 5GHz

thanks

(just waiting around for bulldozer release now to see how they compare...)
Edited by Sainesk - 4/10/11 at 11:45pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sainesk View Post
*facepalm* forgot p67s can't make use of it. I'd be disappointed in anything less than 5GHz

thanks

(just waiting around for bulldozer release now to see how they compare...)
no problem I figure it's best you do the facepalm now, rather then when you bring one home and then realize you can't overclock it apparently a few have made that mistake.

I too am excited to see what Bulldozer can do, always been an Intel fan at heart, but the new module architecture sounds interesting to say the least.
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