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Old December 6, 2009, 09:06 AM
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THe Primary Rig with the Q9550 Runs 4 SMP Clients atm.
4 SMP clients? That's either a typo or you're doing it wrong.
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Old December 6, 2009, 04:03 PM
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4 SMP clients? That's either a typo or you're doing it wrong.
Its not a typo, and I doubt I am doing it wrong.
1 SMP / Core.

Been doing that since I've had my first quad core, and you are the first person to say thats not okay.

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Old December 6, 2009, 04:12 PM
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If you're using the Windows SMP client, it should be one client per two cores. If you're using Linux, then it should be one client for all cores.
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Old December 6, 2009, 04:21 PM
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Thats just awesome, considering I've run it this way now on two Quads for how long lol!
Nothing broke and PPD was good.

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What kind of PPD are you getting from them in total?
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Old December 6, 2009, 04:29 PM
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9550 = about 3600, 965 on 3 is 2700 , the 810 gave about 2100 give or take.

Yes I know VM stuff is way more efficent and everything else. But the SMP has the distinct advantage for me of being dead simple to maintain once setup. And does not require me to play around with my system at all to get running. Among other things.

Espically when I run so much other crap on them.

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VMs are just as easy to set up and maintain as the Windows SMP client is. But suit yourself.
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VMs are just as easy to set up and maintain as the Windows SMP client is. But suit yourself.

Perhaps yes, but look at it from my perspective. I just got everything working the exact way I want it to be. And its working right and giving good PPD so..


I am suiting myself, on Rig 3 I'll give it a shot perhaps, but time is never on my side with 2 jobs and my own personal issues :)

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9550 = about 3600, 965 on 3 is 2700 , the 810 gave about 2100 give or take.

Yes I know VM stuff is way more efficent and everything else. But the SMP has the distinct advantage for me of being dead simple to maintain once setup. And does not require me to play around with my system at all to get running. Among other things.

Espically when I run so much other crap on them.

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Which projects do you get that PPD with, and how close to the deadline do they get.

Those are good PPD numbers, like you said if it ain't broke don't fix.

I still haven't switched my quads over to the VM's yet and probably won't till I see what the SMP2 client can do...
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One SMP client/core....not a good way to fold. Suit yourself though.
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