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BrokenHalo83 April 19, 2009 09:37 PM

Using CPU to fold
 
What are the steps needed to do just that? Also, I'm getting around 2100ppd on my 260, does that sound right?

LCB001 April 19, 2009 10:12 PM

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Originally Posted by BrokenHalo83 (Post 181901)
What are the steps needed to do just that? Also, I'm getting around 2100ppd on my 260, does that sound right?

You should be getting closer to 7000 ppd with a 260 especially if you bump the shaders.

That 2100 ppd sounds more like what you might get with the SMP cpu client, which one did you install...

ImmaPC April 19, 2009 10:42 PM

2100PPD is pretty bad for a 260...I get that much with my 4850, and I think that's pretty good for my 4850...

Try using VM's to maximize SMP folding... that is if you can get it working properly, unlike me =(
Check out zlojack's "boost your PPD using VMWare" thread, it'll point you in the right direction. Make sure to follow the guide(s) EXACTLY. DON'T F**K AROUND! TAKE IT FROM ME! =D

Perhaps a high-performance GPU beta that they got?


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