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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Are you sure you haven't been doing any gaming on those? Otherwise, maybe it's down to the different projects having different peculiarities.
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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Yeah, just the thing I've read just now. It's frustrating that ATI is so hopeless at folding, it's hard to believe it:rant:
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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Yup, that's right. Bonus is given after you complete 10 SMP (or GPU, IIRC) WUs with a passkey. It increases your PPD nicely, absolutely worth it (well, at least no reason not to).
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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    You do know that it's possible to set the account so you don't have to type the password on log on, right?
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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Maybe you haven't set up the SMP client properly? Are you running SMP at all?
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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Well, maybe this is OK, but there's a huge database already compiled:

    CPU:
    http://www.overclock.net/overclock-net-folding-home-team/591976-folding-home-cpu-ppd-database.html
    GPU:...
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