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Folding on HD3300

Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by dustyshiv, Aug 2, 2009.

  1. dustyshiv

    dustyshiv

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    Guys,

    Is it worthwhile folding on onboard ATI HD3300? It puts around only 200PPD.

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    Shiv
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    Anything helps man :)
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    If it's just a dedicated folding rig, then yes. But if you or someone else uses it normally, I wouldn't bother. I know that it lags up the machine pretty bad if you're folding with the integrated graphics and using it at the same time. Also, they don't have much cooling so make sure to get a fan or something for it too.
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    Like ShadowFold said, if it's a rig that's running 24/7, then do it. If it's not on 24/7, then it's not worth the electricity used for the production.
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    Wat? Try spamming some other forum.
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    Huh....I hope that I'm misreading your thoughts but the OP posted a legitimate question so I don't see how it's spam:wtf:
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    More than likely the spam post in question was deleted before you viewed it and thus pbmaster looks like a rambling drunkard. Its cool though, I prefer looking like a rambling drunkard.

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