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I have new intelligence straight from enemy headquarters! I don't know if this is actually secret, but I sure as hell didn't know.


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No dummy plugs required? SLI enabled? That's major for nVidia if true.
 
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I have new intelligence straight from enemy headquarters! I don't know if this is actually secret, but I sure as hell didn't know.


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No dummy plugs required? SLI enabled? That's major for nVidia if true.
Yeah, I read about that and got really excited; SLI and no dummy plugs!! :D I tried to install the new drivers and an hour or two latter managed to get my rig working again by uninstalling, cleaning, re-installing several times. :wtf: Didn't want to screw up my crunching and folding ppd too much, so I put it on hold.
 
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Well, it doesn't matter too much to me. When I bought the components for one dummy plug, I bought enough to make 10. But for in the future or for new builders, this is huge news.
 
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I don't know what a Canuck is, but I'm pretty sure I don't like 'em.

I don't know if this type of newb question is answered somewhere already in a FAQ or something, but . . .

Does F@H validate (use a quorum) results? Because my 4850 and 8400GS have been going for nearly a day and my point total for the day so far is under 1k. Also, the 8400 seems to crunching something called 'test code a' or something like that. Waz up?
 
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Well from what I understand, yes, F@H uses a quorum to validate results. However I believe you get points for a completed work unit no matter what and don't know if your work unit was good or not. This is probably because a work unit with an error usually throws an EUE (Early Unit End), stops at that percentage, and earns you no points.

What I think you're experiencing, though I can't prove its true, is I've noticed a 6-9 hour lag in results getting reported that I hadn't seen when I first started. This could be on their end and its a technical issue that they have to solve, or it could actually be programmed that way. Anyways, when I stop folding, I usually keep turning results for the next 6+ hours and then it dies down. I always get the points in the end though.
 

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I'd like to make a correction. I'm wrong. It's not so much a quorum, but its similar. The thing is we calculate ~4ns of a protein / atom / whatever's travel. Then another person calculates the next ~4 ns. So on so forth. It's more complex than what I can summarize as I'm only halfway through this article.

At the end of the day / week / month / however long this WU takes to complete, it could end up being a correctly folded protein. It doesn't matter if its not as they say they get valuable results from correctly folded / misfolded proteins. This combines with our console client detecting the obvious machine errors and ending the unit early to help keep the results in line I suppose.

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I wish that FAHmon, or some app kept local stats, just for reference
 
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Ok, I just restarted my Folding (for the weekend) and the first WU I completed was for 787 points. What shows up on EO's stat page? 336 points! What's up with that?
 
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Has anyone folded on a MSI P6NSLI-Diamond? (MS-7320-010) It's an older 775 with 4 version 1 PCI-e slots. Has NVIDIA® nForce 680i SLI SPP+570i SLI MCP.
 
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How much PPD should I be expecting with a Q9550 @ 4ghz and a gtx275 710/1476/1269?
With your GTX 275 alone you should be able to get over 9,000 ppd.
 

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How much PPD should I be expecting with a Q9550 @ 4ghz and a gtx275 710/1476/1269?
Hertz9753 is correct, 9K is accurate for a GTX275 with the current Work Units. My Q9550@3.9Ghz was folding @ 3550ppd with a 1760pt Work Unit. Looks like you could squeeze 12.5k out of that rig.

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I'd like to make a correction. I'm wrong. It's not so much a quorum, but its similar. The thing is we calculate ~4ns of a protein / atom / whatever's travel. Then another person calculates the next ~4 ns. So on so forth. It's more complex than what I can summarize as I'm only halfway through this article.

At the end of the day / week / month / however long this WU takes to complete, it could end up being a correctly folded protein. It doesn't matter if its not as they say they get valuable results from correctly folded / misfolded proteins. This combines with our console client detecting the obvious machine errors and ending the unit early to help keep the results in line I suppose.

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Thanks - just saw this.
 
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Wheee! Got my little e8400 to 4ghz! Now I gotta see if I can get it stable enough to fold. Might be already, but haven't had time to test...
 
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Some work units produce more PPD than others. Certianly if you were using the computer, that would cripple your PPD as well.
 
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I find the 1888 pointers suck my avg down, the 787s bring it up....(almost 9k ppd just on my gtx)
 
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I find the 1888 pointers suck my avg down, the 787s bring it up....(almost 9k ppd just on my gtx)
The dreaded 511's are worse.
 
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