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Old October 15, 2008, 10:48 AM
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good questions kruzn4evr. Your single 280 is kicking the snot out of my lil 4850 heh and now your getting set to use your other one!

I have the same question regarding the SMP clients. I'm not sure which one to use as I see theres 2 different ones. If I understand correctly using a SMP client is the only way to get working on the Bigger projects which yield bonus points but I'm unsure if my dual core e8400 is even worth attempting. So in a nutshell which SMP client to use MPICH or Deino?

BOINC seems much more user friendly and I don't need several programs up in my taskbar or working away independantly. I may just switch over to that but I'm unsure if folding @ Home and Rosetta are two sides of the same coin or they're two independent research programs using distributive computing.
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