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  1. Hello, I am running Ubuntu 14.04 and my folding clients version is 7.4.4. My rig stats are AMD Phenom XII 975 BE @ 4.0Ghz Cooled by an H100, Gskill Ripjaws DDR3 1600, Asrock 970 Extreme3, XFX R9 280 R9-280A-TDBD running fglrx 2:13.350.1-0ubuntu2 drivers. I am using a GPU and CPU slot in my client. I am averaging about 3500PPD which is terrible considering my girlfriends rig runs an E6600 2GB DDR2 and Saphire Radeon HD6970 and she averages about 10,000PPD. I do not fold in windows because I only load windows for non Linux games and it's unstable anyway so I don't have a widows score. I have noticed that while my CPU is running full out my GPU is just idling. The GPU slot does finish work but very very slowly.
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