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Topic Title: Are they making Folding64?
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Created On: 02/22/2004 11:39 PM
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 02/22/2004 11:39 PM
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I think someone should run by the Pande group the impact of 64-bit computing, could they code for SSE2 for their next versions?

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 02/22/2004 11:40 PM
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I wouldn't be surprised if that's already been suggested and is in the works.

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I hope so. They need to have like anti-tinkers or something.

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 02/23/2004 02:18 AM
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An SSE2 client has already been tested and didn't show to be significantly faster. As for 64bit support, there's a thread about it at the folding community forum.

http://forum.folding-community...wtop...opic.php?t=5484' ">http://forum.folding-community.org/viewtopic.php?t=5484

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