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Old 11-18-2007, 12:42 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Bah.....
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Old 11-18-2007, 02:00 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I dont fold because this case has a ton of stupid lights on it and is fairly loud, so i cant sleep with it on. Also, the whole electricity factor. At full load i sit around 60C on cores 0/3 and 48 on cores 1/2. Lapping will be done tommorow.
whats SMP folding?
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Old 11-18-2007, 02:09 AM   #13 (permalink)
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And you, YOU GET SMP FOLDING RIGHT NOW..

SMP Folding is an improved form of Folding@Home
Folding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Download SMP console version.
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And you, YOU GET SMP FOLDING RIGHT NOW..

SMP Folding is an improved form of Folding@Home
Folding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Download SMP console version.
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couldnt find a wiki entry with a good explanation of what it is
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I'm curious as well.
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Sorry
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"As more modern CPUs are being released the migration to multiple cores is becoming more adopted by the public, the Pande Group is adding symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) support to the Folding@home client in the hopes of capturing the additional processing power. On November 13, 2006, the beta SMP Folding@home clients for x86-64 Linux and x86 Mac OS X have been released. The beta win32 SMP Folding@home client is out as well, and a 32-bit Linux client is currently in development.[22]"

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Sorry
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"As more modern CPUs are being released the migration to multiple cores is becoming more adopted by the public, the Pande Group is adding symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) support to the Folding@home client in the hopes of capturing the additional processing power. On November 13, 2006, the beta SMP Folding@home clients for x86-64 Linux and x86 Mac OS X have been released. The beta win32 SMP Folding@home client is out as well, and a 32-bit Linux client is currently in development.[22]"

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Oh I thought it benefited my computer :P
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Old 11-18-2007, 12:27 PM   #18 (permalink)
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it benefits the world.....so why not?
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Oh I thought it benefited my computer :P

And it does, SMP Folding is the one and only true stability tester for overclocks..
It is an absolute tech-forum sin to not run SMP Folding on an overclocked quad core..
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Is there a possibility that by leaving the PCI express frequency to 100 can't make a limitation of how far I can push my system while overclocking like s strapping or something?
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