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Old 26th Jul 2009, 03:17   #61
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its not much but i thought id better add it here.
1x 2.4Ghz Pentium 4D running as my gateway and now a 24/7 FaH linux client.
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Old 6th Aug 2009, 09:31   #62
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Old 6th Aug 2009, 13:17   #63
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SMP client counts as two CPU's in our countdown Kalia, rules are in the OP.

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Old 6th Aug 2009, 13:22   #64
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Kalia,

If you can try to follow this thread:

http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=172689

You will get approx an extra 1,000 ppd, that is what i got from my E8400.
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SMP client on my Q6600

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Old 6th Aug 2009, 18:24   #66
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2 x NotFred SMPs on i7 920
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The Atoms only put out about 100ppd but it all helps (and they are CPUs so they should count!!)
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Old 14th Aug 2009, 16:20   #67
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Old 14th Aug 2009, 16:28   #68
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2 x Nehalem EPs running the SMP clients in Linux
Don't tease. C'mon spill. Specs? (I'm finally starting my Xeon build this weekend with the pair of W5580's and the Tyan S7025 board.)
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Old 14th Aug 2009, 16:56   #69
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The rig consists of a pair of W5580s in a Supermicro X8DA3-0 motherboard with 12GB of RAM. I was hoping the two clients would have finished 10 WUs before the weekend so I could set it up to hopefully pick up some of the new humongous 50k pointers but no such luck.

As you know from the FahMon thread you helped me with, it's running OpenSuse 11.1.
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The rig consists of a pair of W5580s in a Supermicro X8DA3-0 motherboard with 12GB of RAM.
If I'm not mistaken that's the rig from the mag Xeon review?

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I was hoping the two clients would have finished 10 WUs before the weekend so I could set it up to hopefully pick up some of the new humongous 50k pointers but no such luck.
You could always change username to 'CustomPC' and start folding '-bigadv - smp 16' right now!

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As you know from the FahMon thread you helped me with, it's running OpenSuse 11.1.
Just out of interest, why choose OpenSuse? Not that there is anything wrong with your choice, just curious.
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If I'm not mistaken that's the rig from the mag Xeon review?
Yep, I rebuilt it this week to test the first third-party Xeons for a review in the next issue of the mag. Once built, it seemed a tragedy not to get it folding

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You could always change username to 'CustomPC' and start folding '-bigadv - smp 16' right now!
True enough, I'll want to get a couple under my username first, then I'll change it over early next week.

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Just out of interest, why choose OpenSuse? Not that there is anything wrong with your choice, just curious.
TBH, I don't think there's any particular reason, I spent a few mins googling free Linux distros and it was one of the first that appeared. Apart from the trouble compiling Fahmon (which I'm imagine would be very similar on most distros) it's been very well behaved.
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Just realised Ive not updated this for a while, I have another 8 CPU's going at it

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Old 19th Aug 2009, 16:52   #73
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One lowly PIII Coppermine 733MHz (old Xbox running xebian), which is my file/web/ftp server that normally sits at 2% CPU usage 24/7, so started folding on the spare CPU cycles.

If that counts (might even get a WU a month out of this monster!), then it's:

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Old 25th Aug 2009, 22:46   #74
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I have an old Dell Inspirion 9100 with a P4 3.0GHz that I fold on 24/7, slow but it gets the work done in an average of 4-5 days, so that's another one.


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I've added a pair of QX9775s overclocked to 3.6GHz running the bigadv Linux units.

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Added my two desktops in the house too They be running a simple client on an AMD64 4000+ and a virtual SMP beta on a Core 2 Duo 8500
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Old 3rd Oct 2009, 20:12   #78
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Old 14th Oct 2009, 06:42   #79
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Welcome to the team Vaio! However, the total should now be

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