The viewer is useless, so don't bother using it. For CPU folding, I suggest that you go with Linux VMs as per the guide linked above since it will give you significantly better performance than running the standard Windows clients (especially the standard client, since you're only using one core of your CPU right now).Thanks.
Well apparently I ahve cpu folding I think, It shows on [email protected] Viewer that like I have 2 hours to go or sumthing, but it doesnt say anywhere how many PPD I have. How do I fold with my gpu? When I open FAHMON it says create a client but I dont know what the "location" is.
If you've got the VMs running then you're already folding on your CPU. Go into Task Manager to confirm that your CPU is being used at 100%. Also, you should consider using a program like WinAFC or Prifinity to automatically set your GPU client priority higher than the CPU clients so it won't get starved for CPU cycles.Whoop my bad, apparently I am folding with my gpu, now how do I foldwith my cpu? I open that virtual thing with vmware and it shows the black screen with all that stuff I checked the IP in my browser all of it is good, Im folding for HWC's code, but where can I check how much PPD I am getting for my CPU and even on my GPU? OH and what does FAHMON do?
Your stats won't show up until you've uploaded your first work unit to Stanford and their servers have updated (updates happen at 1, 4, and 7 AM and PM EST).Oh and when I go to folding.stanford.edu and go to the stats, I cant see my username anywhere...