Grim Tuesday wrote:
Two questions: What is the difference with this, and FAHmon?
Also, that looks like alot of folding going on in your setup
, wut team are u folding for???
Il download and try it next time im using my pc (mac time now lol)
What's the difference? It's a completely different implementation... so yes, that is the difference... but the goal of the application is basically the same as FahMon. Yes, that is true.
As hackman stated... I Fold for Team 32. Don't try and recruit me guys... it just ain't gonna happen.
Hopefully with Mono support in the future this will also run under OS X.
While Folding SMP and GPU2 with a Nvidia card using the scroll-bar present in the program is painful. It takes forever to scroll over.
I'm currently folding: Project: 5755 (Run 4, Clone 285, Gen 321)
Otherwise looks good.
That's the "lag on XP" issue... I believe it's due to the different driver model in XP vs. Vista & Win7 as they do not exhibit this behavior. I'm still looking for a solution... however, there may be none.
Harlam wrote that application himself with a lot of time and hard work. I saw it on the OC forums during the CC setup. It looked awesome! He politely asked me not to spill the beans until it was finished. Can't wait to try it out!
Told ya I'd get over here eventually.
I wanted to get the first fix cycle from the public beta I posted over on OCF out of the way before making any posts around other forums to spread the word.
I've got it setup. I really like the seeing the PPD/MHz column and the crisp clean look but...
I wish I could adjust the viewing window size so I could view more of the log file at once.
Also, when setting up, should we use the shader speed int the MHz field for GPU's for best results?
Benchmark "history" for comparing cards/WU's on the fly is helpful in FahMon.
Thanks for an awesome tool and the hard work!
Have had another request for adjustment of the log window size... so it's already on the list of enhancements.
I use shader speed for the MHz option... since it has the most impact on PPD with nvidia gpus.
Benchmarking is next on the list of "major" features. It will be similar to FahMon's benchmarking and will be expanded on a bit as well.
Thanks for the feedback guys! I appreciate it and I hope you enjoy using HFM.