Is it possible to run one CPU client and one GPU client at the same time?
I will maybe get a new laptop. ASUS X53SM, how much PPD do you think it'll have?
3-4k with both clients running? And will it cause lag?
I would estimate it at about 4-5k ppd, running smp and gpu, if you dont want lag, you could set it to 90% or something like that and it would reduce your ppd, but less lag.
Like the others said, about 3,000 PPD. Not a bad folder, but it may lag.
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Can I fold with 2 GPU's? (Intel HD Graphics 3000/2000 and nVidia Geforce 630M 2GB DDR3 SDRAM if that matter) at the same time? (I know, IHG 2000/3000 is integrated)
Go to "Configure" and click the "Slots" tab.
Click the "Add" button. Select GPU.
If leaving the GPU index at -1 (default - auto selects) doesn't work, I'd try setting it to 1. (the 2nd GPU you have) [[or 0 if 1 is the same as what auto-select chooses]
the intel one is integrated, and you can only fold on nvidia or ati
you cant fold on integrated gpu's
and i dont think you can use both of them at the same time.
Can I use 3 cores for folding, and one for browsing, and the nVidia GPU for folding, and the integrated for browsing?
1) Change the settings for the CPU slot to use only a certain number of threads. (It says it should be a multiple of two, so for you I'd set it to 2 if you have 4 cores and want one available all the time.) [One thread can't be running on two cores at the same time]
2) Go to task manager, find the folding process. Right-click and choose "Set Affinity". Self-explanatory pop-up will appear.
As for the GPU thing I have no idea.
Fold on Intel HD graphics? No no no. You couldn't possibly get worse performance then that. Folding on that would be a waste of life.
How ever, as for the SMP and GPU see Suupers posts since he already explained it..