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Shredder

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frontier204

Im running the same GPU2's on ATI on all 6 , same result. I guess we do smp only until Stanford loads up another batch for ATI
 

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Looks like the latest version of HFM.net has a couple of new features that caught my eye.... first (and something I always wondered where it was) is a WU history, second (and more importantly AFAIC) is a feature which allows you to "export" the data to a different folder on the PC which will allow folks who can't share the main folder (for remote monitor over network) to send the information to a different folder (that we'll assume will be visible over the network).

Folding Forum • View topic - HFM.NET - Client Monitoring Application for [email protected]
 

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I personnaly just changed for the [email protected] tracker V2.

I like the idea of centralizing all the clients to one app. You can easily configure your different clients by checking some boxes only!

I do miss the html report function of HFM, but the space I save on my taskbar is nice :p
 

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I personnaly just changed for the [email protected] tracker V2.

I like the idea of centralizing all the clients to one app. You can easily configure your different clients by checking some boxes only!

I do miss the html report function of HFM, but the space I save on my taskbar is nice :p
This is the main reason I use HFM. I monitor all of my clients remotely and only need to go down into the dungeon if something reports as being hung..... ;)
 

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My folding rig is also my main rig, so I prefer the space I get and the simplicity of the tracker V2 hehe


You can report a status.xml file, but it can't be viewed in a conveniant way!

I pm'd jedi and he linked to someone who is currently making an app to use the status file and convert it in a presentable page hehe.

I think I might still use HFM and link it to the tracker V2 folder so I can still use the feature. HFM is in my systray anyway :)
 

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Yay! Nina is finally getting some decent work units. It say ~90K PPD total? :shok: That's some BIG*SS jump!
 

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you guys still having issues picking up wu's? im on a few more here . no issues so far.
 

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The issues today were specifically with ATI GPU WUs. Stanford was looking into it as of 10:30 this morning.
 

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Well my 4870 got another work unit about an hour ago, so whatever it is seems resolved (for now).

As for Radeon 6800 series folding, looks like mdk777 on the Folding forums saw 3153 PPD for a Radeon 6850: Folding Forum • View topic - Progress on GPU3 for ATi?
On the same project my 4870 (factory OC to 815 core) averages around 2500PPD, so it's faster than the Radeon 48XX series that those [email protected] work units were built for, but nowhere near GPU3 performance.
If AMD [email protected] results continue like this the platform upgrade for my main will have an Intel+nV combo for folding...
 

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