Multi-processor client installed

task manager

While waiting for arrival of my 2 x NVIDIA GTX 280 personal supercomputer, I played with Folding@home Hight Performance Clients. By default, Folding@home uses only fraction of my quad-core Xenon system. In order to harness all the available power of multi-core system, You have to install High Performance Client. Being honest, it too a while, using console to makek things happen. After several errors, I was managed to get it functioning and all my cores were 100% loaded by FahCore_a1.exe processes.

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