Definitely not. Go into your folding folder (har har) and delete your fahcore.exe file. Next, add the -advmethods flag in the same place you put in -smp and start it up again. This should toss you the a1 cores that gives more than 1500 points per WU.
If I might ask, which SMP client are you using, Deino or MPICH? Have you updated the .exe to the 6.24 version from here? I'm just running through ways to keep your client up to date, sorry if this sounds elementary.
EDIT: crap, I just remembered: after you delete the core you also need to delete the queue file and work folder as well or it will just chuck you another of the same WU. That's probably why that happened.
So did you try deleting the core, the queue, and the work folder then starting up again with the -smp and -advmethods tags? Whenever I've gotten Amber cores and crap like that that's how I've fixed it.
A forum community dedicated to overclocking enthusiasts and testing the limits of computing. Come join the discussion about computing, builds, collections, displays, models, styles, scales, specifications, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!