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I'm putting the WC parts back together on my dedicated folding box now and I was just wondering if there's any reason I shouldn't use v6.23 for -bigadv or is there a reason to use 7?
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Actually...does your dedicated box have 8 threads/cores or more?
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i7 930 and a hanful of gtx260s and gts250s.
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ive just stuck with 6.34...i like being able to monitor with hfm
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post #5 of 19
If it isn't a rig you are going to be looking at most of the time, I would go with v6 since errors are less likely to happen.
v7 should be used on machines you keep an eye on since its beta and has a dozen problems.

Now if you have v7 on both machines you can use the remote control options which is rather awesome when it works.

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Originally Posted by wahrheitoderpflicht View Post
ive just stuck with 6.34...i like being able to monitor with hfm
v7 you can monitor and control your clients, something HFM doesn't have yet.
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post #6 of 19
DON'T go with 6.23 or you won't get any bigadvs. Got with either 6.34 or v7 (I'm on 6.34 for now).
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If it isn't a rig you are going to be looking at most of the time, I would go with v6 since errors are less likely to happen.
v7 should be used on machines you keep an eye on since its beta and has a dozen problems.
^ This.

Also I think 6.23 no longer supports bigadv due to the change in cores(A3 to A5).
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DON'T go with 6.23 or you won't get any bigadvs. Got with either 6.34 or v7 (I'm on 6.34 for now).
Isn't 6.34 for Linux?

edit- nevermind I was on the wrong page. Thanks.
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post #9 of 19
Quote:
Originally Posted by LiLChris View Post
v7 you can monitor and control your clients, something HFM doesn't have yet.
I hate the monitoring in v7. Half the points dont show up, etc etc... hfm I am comfortable with. Can monitor any client around the world on one pc quick and easy like

linux has a 6.34 but so does winblows

http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandeg...-win32-SMP.exe
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Originally Posted by sstnt View Post
DON'T go with 6.23 or you won't get any bigadvs. Got with either 6.34 or v7 (I'm on 6.34 for now).
Yup, since it switched to the A5 core you can not use the old one.

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Originally Posted by wahrheitoderpflicht View Post
I hate the monitoring in v7. Half the points dont show up, etc etc... hfm I am comfortable with. Can monitor any client around the world on one pc quick and easy like
The total PPD for all clients is going to be added in the future releases.
Also I have requested for a WebUI to control it and a few of them are working on a 3rd party app for it.
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