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Message 18442 - Posted: 15 Jul 2008, 4:49:43 UTC

Will Stanford's Folding@home project conflict with BOINC projects?
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Message 18446 - Posted: 15 Jul 2008, 5:25:04 UTC

Both FAH and projects running under BOINC will be fighting for the left-over CPU cycles, so I would think so.
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Message 18449 - Posted: 15 Jul 2008, 6:03:04 UTC - in response to Message 18442.  

Will Stanford's Folding@home project conflict with BOINC projects?

If you have a multi-core computer you can give each a certain number of cores that add up to the whole number. I think they will run fine in this case.
On single cores or with a sum of associated cores higher than the physical one it will lead to problems.
You can run the GPU-Client of FAH besides BOINC, it will take a bit CPU as well, but in this case a small reduction is afaik sufficient.
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