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how to get those project 20x's

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macklin01

Computational Oncologist / Biomathematician / Mode
Joined
Apr 3, 2002
Location
Bloomington, IN
Hi. Ever since that early Christmas with the Pala-etc. WU's ended, my boxes have been getting p16x's and p17x's, which is killing my productivity.

I've been using the "fah" preference in the -config setup, along with -advmethods -forceasm flags, just as I've always done. However, NONE of my linux boxes has tried anything other than a p16x or p17x, with an occastional p183...cunf. (And I'm talking 7 different linux boxes here.)

My windows XP machine finally got a p20x. It has the same settings, and I'm using console for both windows and linux.

Is there something I'm missing?

Are other linux users having the same problem?

Thanks! -- Paul
 

new_novice

Member
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May 1, 2002
Location
san jose, CA
this is what they're pushing on right now so stay with it, don't do it just for points, do it for the cause, i personally didn't switch anything over, take it as they give it.
 

OSUmaxx

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Location
Oregon
They are running on the Tinker core, so its just luck of the draw for right now.
 
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macklin01

macklin01

Computational Oncologist / Biomathematician / Mode
Joined
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Location
Bloomington, IN
Ah, thanks. Interestingly enough, my XP box got a p610_tetP30_build_ext unit today. It's running roughly 9:00 per frame on my PIII @ 1341. It's worth 7, and the Stanford site just says this:

Project 610

This is a special adv methods project for now. More details soon :)
[the smilee is theirs]


-- Paul