x2 6000 (4GB 6400 ddr2) = 24 minutes/frame- smp client defaults
p2610 - 1523points - 40hr
x2 4600 (2GB 5300 ddr2) = 27 minutes/frame - smp client defaults
p2653 - 1710points - 45hr
2.8GHz Intel P4 HT (2Gb 3200 ddr2) = 39 minutes/frame- smp client defaults
p2652 - 1148points - 65hr
Sempron 3300 (2GB 3200 DDR) = 41 minutes/frame - console client defaults
p2422 - 500points - 68hr
I had some trouble with the SMP client deleting work assignments. I lost a large WU that was 71 percent complete. Til I finally figured out: If the program was closed for whatever reason; I had to kill all instances (or reboot to kill them), then run install.bat to authenticate mpi again, then run fah.exe
I tried just launching fah.exe when the program was accidently closed. And it displayed "working" then "deleting work unit" (followed by me cussing), and downloaded a new WU. doh! It also caused problems by launching like 8 instances of the core in task mgr processes. So after lesson learned. If the program is closed for whatever reason. Kill all, install.bat, fah.exe - and it'll pickup where it left off and not scrap the whole current WU...
I'm sure yall probably knew this, But me being a noob at folding. Thought other noobs might save the frustration of watching over 24hrs of folding go deleted-wasted...
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*x4 810@3250mhz 1.32v - Xigmatek S1283 | MSI K9A2 CF-F 790X | 2x1GB Kingston HyperX | 2 x MSI GTS 250- shader 1890 | Antec EW 500
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