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02-02-2009 04:50 AM
lemans81 With so many new people, I would say its time to bump this.
01-31-2009 04:32 AM
lemans81 Windows vista64, 4xgpu folding clients, then maybe run one instance of Vmware+Ubuntu.
01-30-2009 09:26 PM
SmasherBasher So let me ask some questions since I will for the first time be using a Quad core.
In case you have missed the Superfold project, I will lay out the specs here as well.
1) Intel Q6700
2) MSI P6-N Diamond
3) 3x9600GSO (96 SP)
4) 1x 9800GTX+ (128SP)
5) 8192 MB of memory

How should I set this beast up to fold like paper and what should I expect with it? I've been stuck on the dark side (AMD) since the end of the Pentium 2 days so IMO, I'm way behind. Someone want to fill me in?
01-26-2009 02:02 AM
lemans81 Here is another bump with a minor edit, for anyone who has question on forming a team.
01-21-2009 04:49 AM
lemans81
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bump
What he said.
01-14-2009 04:44 AM
lemans81 bump
01-07-2009 01:17 AM
lemans81 I want to keep this bumped.
01-05-2009 04:35 AM
ProjecT TimeZ This should be stickied.
01-01-2009 03:12 PM
JadeMiner
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Originally Posted by Aardobard View Post
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.

Thanks.
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.
01-01-2009 09:29 AM
gibsonnova74 When I was on the hunt for the fastest most productive way to fold in windows, I ran across VMware. At the time I was running Win SMP. My CPU was running at 3.2Ghz I believe, and was getting 12 minutes per %. When I ran VMware + Ubuntu, I couldn't believe my eyes, my times were now 9 minutes per %. VMware had shaved 3 minutes per % off my times.
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