Updated on 22 Dec at 22H15 UTC :
The behaviour of Project 10001 has proven to be different from that which we usually see; sometimes, the simulation enters into a state where no further computation is possible, but which is not technically a folding error. This situation usually triggers, with other cores, an Early_Unit_End or an Unstable_Machine error. With the Protomol core, these states are expected and don't trigger an error. You'll see them with a WU reported as completed (Finished unit, core status = 64) before it reaches 100%. Don't worry if this phenomenon occurs on your machine; it is perfectly normal and expected.
This would have been really interesting if the new WUs we just got were related to this. Zero pointed out that his GSO could not fold the new WUs, and that update would have answered his question.Just updated the main post with this from Fah-Addict;
Life with Folding is never that simple, this being a CPU core the only thing it has in common with the new GPU p10101 WU's is that they can both be ignored by removing the -advmethods flag...This would have been really interesting if the new WUs we just got were related to this. Zero pointed out that his GSO could not fold the new WUs, and that update would have answered his question.
Will be interesting to see some more info on the new GPU wus...