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post #41 of 446 (permalink) Old 04-04-2010, 05:42 PM
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My 4890 pulls about 3500PPD if I don't use it for games or anything.



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It works fine for the 4890; I haven't seen anyone fold on a 2600 though, so throw the GPU client on it and see how it goes.

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double folding now
2600PRO, HD4890, A64 3200+, and PII X2 550 all working together! W00T
folding is actually... fun!


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It's like an addiction.

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what do you do when a project has been complete, do you restart the client?


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It'll automatically submit results, then download a new one. It's like an endless cycle!

Until it crashes.

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It'll automatically submit results, then download a new one. It's like an endless cycle!

Until it crashes.
You could also tell it to request (yes/no prompt) before every download.

But I'd forget and leave my system just straddling there


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You could also tell it to request (yes/no prompt) before every download.

But I'd forget and leave my system just straddling there
Sshhh... That's why I don't like telling people that.

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Isin't it supposed to Finish test protain A before it gets to the real business?..

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