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Old January 8, 2012, 06:56 PM
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SMP folding really doesn't like it when you have else something loading the CPU - even 10% load on one core can halve your PPD - I remember my HTPC's PPD dropped all the way from 3500 to 41 because Media Center got into an infinite loop and clogged up one of the 4 cores.
If you have a strong CPU like 2500k or 2600k, do not fold an AMD card with it because the CPU alone will net you more points than CPU+GPU because of stolen CPU cycles from the GPU client. If you do decide to fold on ATI, make sure to use the Version 7 folding client so you get the newer work units.
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Old January 10, 2012, 05:54 AM
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I am only getting 2000PPD on P7504 project? I2500k O/C @ 4200 @ 100% core load on all 4 cores.Is this too low?
way low, I am getting consistent 12k PPD on that project from the 2P folder
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