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Is it possible to fold on my 6850 with the gpu client?
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F@H or Bionic?

Well it is yes for both, but since it is a AMD card you will get very little PPD for F@H but I hear they are releasing a AMD client soon, but I could be wrong.

Also Bionic works well with AMD cards.
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Yes it is, use the GPU2 client but I honestly suggest you wait a few days.
The rumored new client should be out this week if they make the Q1 deadline which will help ATI folding.
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post #4 of 8
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Originally Posted by Bobicon View Post
F@H or Bionic?

Well it is yes for both, but since it is a AMD card you will get very little PPD for F@H but I hear they are releasing a AMD client soon, but I could be wrong.

Also Bionic works well with AMD cards.
For either or I would prefer F@H tho.

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Originally Posted by LiLChris View Post
Yes it is, use the GPU2 client but I honestly suggest you wait a few days.
The rumored new client should be out this week if they make the Q1 deadline which will help ATI folding.
I tired GPU2 and it said my card is not supported.
Edited by Djmatrix32 - 3/27/11 at 12:35am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Djmatrix32 View Post
I tired GPU2 and it said my card is not supported.
I see this is a month old but as its not "too" old, i ask if someone knows a fix because i get that same error with my 6850?
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Actually, take a look here:
http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...-v7-guide.html

If you check post 1/2 to set up your GPU (and/or CPU), you can then check post #4 to get more efficient WUs for AMD GPUs.
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Originally Posted by zodac View Post
Actually, take a look here:
http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...-v7-guide.html

If you check post 1/2 to set up your GPU (and/or CPU), you can then check post #4 to get more efficient WUs for AMD GPUs.
Oh man thanks!!! Got it up 'n running.

Now onto some folding...
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