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Folding Using The Linux SMP Client Under Windows

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Glad you got your rig back going King. I got my windows xp retail disc today from Newegg the rest is in route. I should have another SMP folding rig going Tuesday, E6400/DS3. :foldon:

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I just got my rig back up and runnin' after being torn down for a couple days. I've decided to go the dual-boot route to see just how much faster SMP is in native Linux rather than VMWare. So far, at completely stock speeds (2.0GHz) I'm getting around 23 min per frame on a 2604. We'll see how much of an improvement I'll get from going back to ~2.8GHz or so. :foldon:

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i should have VMWare going on this Quad core within2 hours, and once im done playing with this sytem i will be installing Ubunto native and SMTPing on all 4 cores :D

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i should have VMWare going on this Quad core within2 hours, and once im done playing with this sytem i will be installing Ubunto native and SMTPing on all 4 cores :D

Let us know how long it takes a frame or percent and what number WU it is. :foldon:

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a workunit that has 500000 steps, it took 16 minutes to complete 5000 (or 1 percent) this is in VMWare.

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a workunit that has 500000 steps, it took 16 minutes to complete 5000 (or 1 percent) this is in VMWare.

what WU is it?

 

my 3025 WU has 50000 steps & i'm cranking out a step every 9 minutes on my 2.3Ghz Opty 165 :P (SMP of course)

 

go quadcore! :rolleyes:

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