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post #11 of 48
What about 2600K PPD boost after core update to A5 ?
If you can get 40K PPD with 2500K and 50K PPD with 2600K
2500K should be better now
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Um so I just need to get the bootloader working and I'll be able to just install the linux smp client to be able to use bigadv? I would have it at 5 ghz but this processor does 4700 ghz folding stable. 4800 ghz is stable at like 1.58v as opposed to 4700 @ ~1.435
lmao I miss my old one. I had it at 5200 mhz at like 1.6v and 5k @ ~ 1.45 Q.Q then mobo fried it and the mobo ***.
Anyone?
     
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Anyone?
http://www.overclock.net/folding-hom...igadv-amd.html

and change -smp 6 to -smp 4
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post #14 of 48
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I can't use that it's not wanting to load the fah.exe And I can't get ubuntu to install and actually have grub act as a loader it just loads windows without going to grub.
Read my posts on that thread and the 2500k bigadv thread in my OP.

But how would I do the native linux bigadv? And how would I track the PPD.
     
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Um so I just need to get the bootloader working and I'll be able to just install the linux smp client to be able to use bigadv? I would have it at 5 ghz but this processor does 4700 ghz folding stable. 4800 ghz is stable at like 1.58v as opposed to 4700 @ ~1.435
lmao I miss my old one. I had it at 5200 mhz at like 1.6v and 5k @ ~ 1.45 Q.Q then mobo fried it and the mobo ***.
What the hell?! You don't need that much voltage for those clocks! You're insane! I had 4.8GHz@ 1.33v last night, perfectly stable!
    
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post #16 of 48
Might be easier just to dual boot; the Ubuntu install will give you your options. Once that is done then reference the stickies for how-tos on the client and monitoring.
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post #17 of 48
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What the hell?! You don't need that much voltage for those clocks! You're insane! I had 4.8GHz@ 1.33v last night, perfectly stable!
You must not know much of overclocking then. Every batch and every processor has different attributes for overclocking. The batch for mine must have just been a bad OC batch.
Also did you run a Prime 95 Blend test for over an hour I'm assuming not.

And no you don't understand I installed Ubuntu to the HDD and it "installed" grub but for whatever reason the grub menu does not show up and Windows 7 automatically loads.
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post #18 of 48
I think you can't dual boot
cuz you need to use VMWare to simulate the core
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post #19 of 48
Ah, didn't realize you didn't have HT.
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Are you using a Sandy Bridge Processor?
People had told me I could use a script to simulate the 8 cores in any form of linux.
     
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