hey guys, here is a link to a beta version of the new Stanford client, which is supposed to provide a user friendly interface and consolidate all clients into one program, much like f@h gpu tracker.Also, with the latest ati/amd drivers you should be able to pick up core15's on gpu, which yield more ppd on radeon cards, but still have a relatively high cpu usage.https://fah-web.stanford.edu/project...ki/BetaRelease
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Is there any PPD benefit to upgrading to v7?
Tried it when it first came out and hated it. I prefer the FAH GPU Tracker.
I made the jump to v7... fingers crossed for more ppd
yeah me too but I didn't give it much time to learn it. havn't been folding much for a little bit but have just been using the console client in linux now, or gpu tracker in windows
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