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I've just moved my seti@home & malariacontrol projects over to overclock.net team, my GPUGrid projects is already in the team.

Seti@home credit = 9,325,124
malariacontrol credit = 939,491

It will take time for the changes to be shown in public stats websites.

Note it helps!
thanks we need everything we can get
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All are always welcome
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I've just moved my seti@home & malariacontrol projects over to overclock.net team, my GPUGrid projects is already in the team.
Note it helps!
Every bit helps!

Have you checked out BOINCers Gone Bonkers 9? You have a rig that can be highly competitive with others.
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I was browsing the folding fourms today and i noticed that some folders were being recommended not to use lower end GPUs for folding because it may actually hurt their PPD. I was wondering if there could be a way that we could inform them that their GPUs would be very beneficial in BOINC but they could still use their CPUs for folding. Any ideas? It think it would be better to do this as a whole team approach.
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I was browsing the folding fourms today and i noticed that some folders were being recommended not to use lower end GPUs for folding because it may actually hurt their PPD. I was wondering if there could be a way that we could inform them that their GPUs would be very beneficial in BOINC but they could still use their CPUs for folding. Any ideas? It think it would be better to do this as a whole team approach.
Nice find cechk01! Anything can help. There are BOINC projects that will suck on the CPU resources will crunching on the GPUs, but we can recommend those members folding on their CPUs to run the projects that don't really affect the CPU too much (collatz conjecture is one that comes to mind).

Let me see what can be done. For the time being, can you send me a link to one of these post/threads where they are recommending to not use the lower end GPU?
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Nice find cechk01! Anything can help. There are BOINC projects that will suck on the CPU resources will crunching on the GPUs, but we can recommend those members folding on their CPUs to run the projects that don't really affect the CPU too much (collatz conjecture is one that comes to mind).

Let me see what can be done. For the time being, can you send me a link to one of these post/threads where they are recommending to not use the lower end GPU?
Yes, send the Editor. He may make it out alive.

The projects would have to be very light on the CPUs, because they drop their GPUs so they can run their rigs at 100% with minimal running in the background. Otherwise it is suggested to leave a core open for GPUs, which is why they recommend not using low producing GPUs.
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Both USA and us have overtaken Einstein at work.

We are currently 1.5 million behind USA
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Both USA and us have overtaken Einstein at work.

We are currently 1.5 million behind USA
hopefully my new hardware will be getting here shortly...quad-core and a 460...that will at least make a bit of a dent...
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hopefully my new hardware will be getting here shortly...quad-core and a 460...that will at least make a bit of a dent...
That'll be more than a dent with the 460. What Quad-core chip are you getting?
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That'll be more than a dent with the 460. What Quad-core chip are you getting?
not a sandy bridge unfortunately it's a Q9400, so a pretty solid chip that will put up decent points...just need to find a power supply to power rig #3 and we'll be good to go...picking up the chip at the end of the week, was hoping to get it in time for this BGB but it'll be in shortly i think
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