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Thread: FOLDING FASTER
03-18-08, 01:56 PM #1
does increseing page file help folding faster ?
eyem clocked up to 3.85 stable running 2 gig ram at 1100 now .. will 6000+mb page file help at this point ? running 500 mb now eye think .
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03-18-08, 02:13 PM #2
I've never seen a page file larger than recommended by windows make any difference. That said, on most of my multi drive systems, I make the first partition on the second drive the page file area, usually about 4 GB.
03-18-08, 02:15 PM #3
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03-18-08, 02:22 PM #4