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post #71 of 103
Hey ya all, saw the bump from Gravity so i have made my mind up, will start folding tonight/tomoro morn, and will proably dedicate 16hrs per day with the 2 cores I have, and maybe see what I can get out of the 2 laptops in the house just for added measure.

Ps 4 out of 4 of my grandparents ended up with Alzheimer's so if Folding will work towards that, it could be an investment in my own mental state
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I thought bumping was the dumbest thing to do on a forum...
Welcome to the folding world !!!
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bonus units are back. yay for the 116x and 149x cores!
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post #74 of 103
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For the last couple of months, we hve enjoyed the fact that no team ranking lower than us was folding faster than we were. That's no longer the case as there is one team gaining ground on us. Granted, they're not gaining quickly, but I'd still like to leave them in our dust.

I think this is a bit of a wake up call for everyone to step things up another notch. If you're not folding, please consider starting, and if you are, do what you can to squeeze a bit of extra power out of your farm.
I canna give her any mo powa captin! She'll fly apart!
Seriously though...my macbook pro is sitting here practically melting with the gpu and a cpu client running...
Maybe I should get a $100 agp x1600 for my old amd box that's just sitting there folding...
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post #75 of 103
Currently my PC is folding 24/7 (except when gaming), and im thinking of setting up my Mum's 2800 Athlon and my Dad's 4400X2 for folding
post #76 of 103
Remember this people :

If you have a X1600/X1800/X1900 Series of GPU'S you can fold using your G-card which is Proven to be much faster than Any CPU.

Take a look here. http://folding.stanford.edu/FAQ-ATI.html

This may help oc.net climb the ranks
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#7 in production! heh
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post #78 of 103
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Remember this people :

If you have a X1600/X1800/X1900 Series of GPU'S you can fold using your G-card which is Proven to be much faster than Any CPU.

Take a look here. http://folding.stanford.edu/FAQ-ATI.html

This may help Overclock.net climb the ranks
Folding is faster, but they have different WUs for the graphical client. Thus, In point output, a single X1900 will be not much more than a single core of a good CPU. IN actual folding performance... it's crazy based on what Stanford stated

However, I'd recommend you fold on 75% max on the GPU to keep temps a bit down and to be able to actually *do* something on your rig . Also, Stanford recommends to leave at least 25% CPU power available for the graphical client, since it WILL need some CPU power at times.

I'll wait until the beta testing is over... it still is not playing nice for me
    
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post #79 of 103
What? even the X1600 is faster than a CPU?
The X1800 is 1/3 of the X1900... the X1600 is probably 1/10 of the X1900.
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post #80 of 103
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What? even the X1600 is faster than a CPU?
The X1800 is 1/3 of the X1900... the X1600 is probably 1/10 of the X1900.
Yes but the X1600 Is still worthty in Folding.
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