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Message 890154 - Posted: 1 May 2009, 12:59:26 UTC

I am hoping to get a new computer a quad either a 6600 or a 8200 version with a cuda. What I am asking is how do I set this up so that I can run the optimised version. I am already using one without a cuda so do I need to run the machine to do a few withou an optimised version to get the flops or can I use my optimised version and just let that run and then add the cuda version later.


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Message 890157 - Posted: 1 May 2009, 13:22:36 UTC - in response to Message 890154.

One of the first few messages when you start boinc manager will show... Found CUDA device est ##GFLOPS.Whatever that number is is what you use to compute the flops for your op-app. Don't forget this is in gigaflops so be sure to add all the zeros to it.




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