lunatic CPU MB + stock GPU configuration possible - app info exercise?

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Dave Mickey

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Message 1105835 - Posted: 14 May 2011, 1:03:58 UTC

Trying to get GPU processing stable on an actively multiuser win7pro x64 i7 box. It's beens suggested that it may be ok with stock GPU app. But I'd really like to run lunatic CPU MB at the same time (can't stand to lose all the opti speed...)

any app info wizard out there that knows if this is possible, if so, what does it look like, or how do I get there?

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Message 1105871 - Posted: 14 May 2011, 3:23:51 UTC

I run the lunatic's app on a couple of machines using win7 64bit ultimate, runs good no problems, except u have to keep an eye on what nvidia driver you are using with it, otherwise they do not play nice together. From what I have read and seen, you want to use 266.58 nvidia driver. That still plays nice with everything else as far as lunatics app. Hope this helps, the smarter guys will help you out soon enough if the info I'm giving u is wrong, lol.


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Message 1106046 - Posted: 14 May 2011, 7:36:09 UTC - in response to Message 1105835.

I found this on the Einstein@home forum. Okay, it's another project, but the principle is the same.

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