Originally Posted by Aardobard
I'm folding on a e7200. Because it doesn't support virtualization, I've been folding under windows. Am I correct in my thinking that for hyperthreaded CPU's, folding in windows is faster than folding in a virtual Linux environment?
Otherwise, I'll run few more days to get a completed week and then swap over and compare.
If you CPU doesn't support virtualization then your best point production would be to run the Linux SMP client inside of a Linux OS. If you can't run Linux then your only next option is WinSMP which is much slower like Gibson said.