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Forgive me if this has been posted, but I didn't find anything that could help me. I decided to see if my PS3 could fold and add to my totals along with PC. Is this possible?
post #2 of 12
Certainly can.

Just open up Life with Playstation, get to the folding section, and put in your same username and Team 37726 in the settings, and you're done

Remember that the PS3 gets around 1000PPD max. Is it a slim or an old school fatty?
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Yeah you should be able to find it under life with playstation. The steps are pretty simple within there just enter username and team number.
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post #4 of 12
• Open up "Life with Playstation"
• Go to the Folding@Home channel (hold square and go to the last channel)
• Go to options (hold Triangle)
• Choose "Identity" (5th option)
• "Change donor name"> [Your Name]
• Go back (press circle)
• "Join an Exisiting Team"> Team 37726

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post #5 of 12
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It's a slim, and alrighty, that's pretty much what I did was change my name to my folding name and add the OCN team name. Cool, thanks guys!
post #6 of 12
That's good; the Slim uses much less power than the Phat, around 92W last time I checked mine while folding, compared to ~195W for the old model
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That's good; the Slim uses much less power than the Phat, around 92W last time I checked mine while folding, compared to ~195W for the old model
mine was using around 71w-75w and mines second gen 80 gig while folding....
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mine was using around 71w-75w and mines second gen 80 gig while folding....
O rly? That's odd because that model uses 112W just sat at the XMB
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O rly? That's odd because that model uses 112W just sat at the XMB
yes thats what my kill-a-watt was saying
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post #10 of 12
It might be broken, because it's showing a completely different result to almost every other bench that has been done
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