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Folding and Gromacs

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JoJoMoJo

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Aug 17, 2001
Folding and Genome

Should I be selecting one for optimum points ect.... or just leave it at no preferences. Oh yea rt now I have my PC overclocked by way of FSB but I am able to run the processor at a 16 multiplier also with the lower fsb is one quicker in setup for folding?
 
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David

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Feb 20, 2001
Re: Folding and Genome

Diablo_363rd said:
Should I be selecting one for optimum points ect.... or just leave it at no preferences. Oh yea rt now I have my PC overclocked by way of FSB but I am able to run the processor at a 16 multiplier also with the lower fsb is one quicker in setup for folding?

AFAIK high FSB is better for Gromacs, but only raw MHz matters for Tinker based protiens.

If you have an SSE capable CPU (AthlonXP, Pentium 4, Pentium 3, etc) then run the client with the '-advmethods' which will get you the Gromacs proteins.

David
 

Arkaine23

Captain Random Senior Evil
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Nov 8, 2001
gromacs

make a shortcut to the [email protected] exe. Right click it and select properties. At the end of the target line, which has the directory your client is installed in quotes, add a <space>-advmethods<space>-forceasm
...where <space> is one press of the spacebar. Start the client with the new shortcut or replace the shortcut in your startup menu with the new one. You'll get gromacs WU's as soon as you restart the client with the new shortcut and finish its current work unit.
 
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NASsoccer

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Re: Folding and Genome

Diablo_363rd said:
Should I be selecting one for optimum points ect....

are you talking about the fah/gah/no pref , for the text-only put it on "fah" or for the GUI put it as "[email protected]"

FOLD ON
NAS
 
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