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Old November 1, 2012, 05:29 AM
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Folding@home: Version 7.2.9 of the Folding@home software is now available

Does this mean kepler cards will be automatically upated in the new V7 version of the client. Do we asssume we are good to go by downloading this client and running with it. Kepler is not mentioned, just latest and greatest hardware..
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Is anybody out there running this new client. If so do you have any insights to pass along. Thanks.
I'm running it now on a GTX680 and can confirm that it "works" out of the box without having to set any special values. OTOH, it remains to be seen, but the first WU I pulled on it (6802 (0, 22, 1043) ) certainly isn't optimised for kepler, it's only pegging the power usage at 79%, but at least it's running so we'll see if it's just a bogus WU (I pulled the same series as the first one on my 580 as well).
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