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9800 have higher freq shaders so it should fold decently

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Yeah and the 9800GTX+ go like stink.


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aarrrghhh still haven't got reply from RMA dept, but I'm trying my best with current rig, moved up two in team rank since last time

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Thinking of getting back folding with my system again. As there are problems with Vista and the monitor "spanning" when you only have one monitor would it be worth my while installing XP64 which I have kicking around? Or would a foray into Linux be easier?

Bearing in mind I have:
a) never used Linux before
B) never done GPU folding before only CPU

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I'd go for XP if you are using more than one GPU to Fold on the same rig.

Not sure if GPU Folding is possible with Linux.

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I'd go for XP if you are using more than one GPU to Fold on the same rig.

Not sure if GPU Folding is possible with Linux.




GPU is not possible on linux at all...... Yet


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i found out interesting thinga, my GPU was running bellow bios dfault clock from time to time and that was what caused PPD drop




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