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How many cores do you fold with?

Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by Beertintedgoggles, Dec 5, 2009.

  1. Beertintedgoggles

    Beertintedgoggles

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    Pretty straight forward, just break it down to AMD and Nvidia..... how many cores do you fold with?? List CPU's too if they're folding.

    Me: 528 Nvidia from 3x 8800GT and 2x 8800GS
    Also have a Xeon 5140 folding running vmware
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    128 here: 112-core 8800GT and 16-core 9300
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  3. theonedub

    theonedub habe fidem

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    336 CUDA Cores :D

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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    ..1152 cores (12 x 96cores-8800gs/9600gso)
    ..1024 cores (8 x 128 cores-8800gts G92/9800gtx+/gts250)
    ..+648 cores (3 x 216-GTX260)
    ..2824 cores total
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  5. newtekie1

    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    Lets see:

    NVidia: 648

    8800GTS=96
    9600GSO=96
    GTX260=216
    GTX285=240

    ATi: 800

    HD4890=800

    CPUs: 24

    1xAthlon XP=1
    2xCeleron D=2
    3xPentium D=6
    2xCelern DC=4
    1xCeleron 400=1
    1xPentium DC=2
    2xXeon X3000=8
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  6. Jstn7477

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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    One 9600GSO 192-bit model.

    I've got a 7750BE, Celeron-M 520 and Sempron 3000+ on WCG
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    2x9600 GSO=2*96=192
    2x9800 GT =2*112=224
    2*9800 GTX=2*128=256

    Total=672 CUDA CORES;)
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    hey guys, I need help with folding, I dont have an nvidia card but my core i7 920 could do sumthing helpful, I do fold but the program is only using 13% of all the cores (GAY!) anyway I could take advantage of my CPU more, cheers!:D
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    You could always not fold on your CPU and re-purpose it with World Community Grid, which is CPU only and a great way to use your CPU. Check out the WCG section of the forums to see how you can get started. :cool:

    You can still run F@H on your 5870, but it will only be as fast as maybe a 9800 GT.
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    Ok cheers, I tried running the F@H program for the ATI users but kept on getting errors, it wouldnt load up, but I'll look into myself, about the WCG, Im gonna have a look at it, cheers:toast:
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    64 for folding - 9600GT
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    Flyordie New Member

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    ATI- 2400
    HD5770x3 = 2400
    (created a shim to let it think its an HD4770 with 800SP)
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    How many ppd do you get with that?
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    1100-1300.. not much but thats cause the shim isn't very efficient. (Per GPU)
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    I hope that FAH comes up with something better for the ATI folders soon.:(
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    None of them are OC beyone factory settings these days since I´m out off the country and I want to play it safe.
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