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Hey,

I'm a complete noob to the concept of folding, but if anyone could use what little power the PC in my sig can generate on their team, I'd love to help. It really sounds like a good cause.

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little power the 2600k is going to fold extremely great! generate from anything between 55k-60k or so thats 24/7 and the 560 u can expect anything between 12k-16k if not more depends on the overclocks u have, its best to make sure if you are overclocked that you rig is 100% stable so then the work you produce is accurate
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little power the 2600k is going to fold extremely great! generate from anything between 55k-60k or so thats 24/7 and the 560 u can expect anything between 12k-16k if not more depends on the overclocks u have, its best to make sure if you are overclocked that you rig is 100% stable so then the work you produce is accurate
OK. I've had my rig for 3 days and haven't started OC yet, so I'll wait until I've got that tweaked and stable and then check out my folding options.
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The 2600k has to be the easiest cpu to oc ever. Multi multi multi.
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The guides you'll need, since other people forgot to post them.

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You might wanna make them part of yoru OC stability testing; Prime95 stable usually isn't Folding stable.
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2600k is a GREAT folder, like said above. My folding rig is also my main rig and I can usually maintain 40k PPD just through regular bigadv while using my computer normally, including a 1-2 hour break for gaming every day. The big bigadv units give me even crazier PPD, but you should probably get the basics down before moving to that.

Also, don't know if this is allowed, but my team will be needing a replacement for me starting next month, if you're interested in some team competition.
Edited by audioxbliss - 8/19/11 at 2:49pm
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