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  1. DOM

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    does yours up date it self ? i want mine to show the wu :ohwell:
     
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    I'm assuming it does, idk, havn't had it long enough to know lol.
     
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    what are you using to fold ? not SMP right
     
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    no, 2x 5.04 Console clients with -local and -advmethods :)

    Oh, and due to my crappy ram, I can only get the cpu to 3.2ghz, so it's not folding that fast atm.

    Unfortuntly i've had to keep interrupting them to do other things, so my stats will be pretty poor recently.
     
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    why not SMP ? whay do you get for each Console clients ? local and -advmethods :confused:

    yeah I stop mine somethings but it runs all night and most of the day have to sleep cuz baby likes to wake me up so really dont feel like playing games much

    crappy ram in your sig ??
     
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    BALLISTIX? PC2 8500? CRAPPY?!?!?!

    blasphemy
     
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    yeah, saw he edit his post i was :wtf: lol I can get mine to 1200Mhz at 3.2GHz
     
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    The SMP client doesn't run very well on dual core. For quad cores its good though.
    For dual cores the Console clients are the fastest.

    EDIT, sorry for double post.
     
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    yeah the Single Sided suck New (Single Sided) Ballistix 8500 review

    I rmaed mine like 2-3m ago but I got back the 2 sided ones with the hs with out clips looks better then the old hs

    and how long does it take you to do the Console clients do you know around how many points your get each ?
     
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    I've got no idea. I'll check how long it takes to do the next WU, but how do i check how many points i got for it?
     
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    see how many points you got and when it updates see how much more you get:p
     
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    The single core console clients complete WUs faster, but the SMP client gives you more points overall on dual cores.
     
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    So which is better to use? 2xsingle core or 1 SMP client?
     
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    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    1 SMP Client

    My Pentium D805@3.3GHz scores 909PPD using the SMP client.
    My Stock Pentium D 805@2.66GHz scores 750PPD using the SMP client, and that is my worst SMP score.
    My best single core client is only scoreing 244PPD on a 2GHz Celeron 420, so even if you double that it is still only 488PPD.

    The single core client finishes work units a lot faster, averaging about a day and a half per WU, my stock 805 takes about 2 and a half days per WU. However, SMP WUs are worth a lot more points because the processor is actually doing a lot more work, and more meaningful/complex work.
     
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    hey! good to see the team is still going. hopefully ill have some time to fold again for the team and get back regularly to the forums!
     
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    Good to see you again! :D
     
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    Where can I download F@Hmon?
     
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    :confused:
     
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    It's a program you can use to monitor F@H. Tells you the progress of the WU (useful if you're just running it in the background like me), how many points it's gonna be worth, eyc
     
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    No wonder google didn't turn up anything, I typed F@Hmon :banghead:
     
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    Thanks for reminding me :toast:..haven't used it in awhile but going to install again,keeps tags on all machines on network iirc..
     
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    What am I doing wrong here?
    I downloaded F@Hmon, and when I drag and drop my F@H folder into the white box in F@Hmon and name it F@H, it doesn't tell me anything about F@H... doesn't pick up on my name, how much of it is done, my team number, nothing. Using 5.04 console.
     
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    it works for me

    I dl windows installer, installed it

    opened it right clicked on the box where it has progress etc, added new client put my name then, location the f@h folder and it worked
     

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