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I started this thread so we can talk about the differences between Folding@Home and BOINC, the benefits that both serve, and why BOINC is worthy of the support that Folding@Home gets.

I would like everyone to answer for us the following questions, then follow it up with your opinions:

-Why do you Boinc?
-Have you ever Folded?
-Do you think Boinc is better than Folding and why?
-Which is program/app (Boinc/F@H) is easier to use and why?
-Do you believe that the Projects that BOINC run i.e. "IBM's WCG HCC, Rosetta@Home, Poem@Home" are just as beneficial to finding cures for cancers and diseases and Folding@Home?
-Did you know that Folding@Home actually wanted to come to Boinc? F@H on Boinc at the bottom

Now for your opinions, please no flames here. This is just for informational purposes, and not to start a war. I know everyone has their favorites, i just want to know why people choose what they choose. If you have anything further to add, please do so. smile.gif
    
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Well, folding is a single thing... and I folded for a while too...

I like BOINC variety!!! Folding should be a BOINC project IMHO...

Have no idea which is better at finding cures but who cares? It's ALL GOOD!!!

I like the BOINC clients better too...

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-Why do you Boinc?
I boinc mainly because if gives me something to do with my computer. I dont game as much as I used to due to working almost 45hrs each week and if it wasnt for BGBs and a few unnamed members I would be gone because Im a amateur at this I dont overclock and I feel boincing is something I can wrap my head around and feel wanted.

-Have you ever Folded?
I considered it a long time ago but Im a boinc kid now, support the red headed step child!

-Do you think Boinc is better than Folding and why?
I think boinc is easier to install and get running but what do I know Ive never done F@H.

-Which is program/app (Boinc/F@H) is easier to use and why?
Never used F@H but I feel Boinc is pretty simple to use, install client, add a project, add a app info file if there is one, and let your comp sit. Boom your a DarkRyder waiting to happen.

-Do you believe that the Projects that BOINC run i.e. "IBM's WCG HCC, Rosetta@Home, Poem@Home" are just as beneficial to finding cures for cancers and diseases and Folding@Home?
I believe that very much so.

-Did you know that Folding@Home actually wanted to come to Boinc? F@H on Boinc at the bottom
Thats ironic since F@H gets more attention than boinc.
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-Why do you Boinc?

I have a fairly powerful linux machine that doesn't get used heavily for gaming at the moment. Sometimes I want to get involved in the events of the site, not really to win anything, but to help move the site up in the rankings.

-Have you ever Folded?

Yes. I was folding on the same linux machine as well as my ps3 before trying boinc.

-Do you think Boinc is better than Folding and why?

Yes, simply because of the processing power and the choices. Most projects on boinc use the GPU pretty well and if I wanted to compute for a project other than medical, I can.

-Which is program/app (Boinc/F@H) is easier to use and why?

I would say F@H is easier to use to the full potential. You basically just set an option and run it. With boinc a lot of the projects don't use all of the GPU so I have to edit XML files and set cpu/gpu percentages to allow it to fully utilize the hardware.

-Do you believe that the Projects that BOINC run i.e. "IBM's WCG HCC, Rosetta@Home, Poem@Home" are just as beneficial to finding cures for cancers and diseases and Folding@Home?

Sure. It is the same process, just different people studying the results.
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-Why do you Boinc?
I Boinc because I like to give to something and this is the best way that I know how to that involves something that I am interested in. I am also hooked on Boinc! smile.gif

-Have you ever Folded?
I have folded and am folding more now than before.

-Do you think Boinc is better than Folding and why?
To be honest I think they are equal and as such I am equally interested in doing both. With that being said I think it would be fair for equal support to both. smile.gif

-Which is program/app (Boinc/F@H) is easier to use and why?
Again I think they both take time to set up properly, with Boinc taking more time if you choose to run more of a variety of programs.

-Do you believe that the Projects that BOINC run i.e. "IBM's WCG HCC, Rosetta@Home, Poem@Home" are just as beneficial to finding cures for cancers and diseases and Folding@Home?
This is the main reason I consider them equal is they are both working towards a common goal just from different ends. I think it is great to do both if you want or one or the other. I say the more people looking for the answers the more likely we are to arrive at the answer faster. To me as long as I can justify the electricity cost I will Fold and Boinc together.

-Did you know that Folding@Home actually wanted to come to Boinc?
No, I did not know that.
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Why do you BOINC?
I BOINC because I want to help make the world better and I can do that easily by running BOINC and attaching to many projects to assist with solving many problems that scientists are trying to figure out.

Have you ever folded?
Yes, and I still do from time to time.

Do you think BOINC is better than Folding and why?
This depends on what your views are. If protein folding is your thing then you’ll like Folding@Home more.
I like BOINC better since there is a wide variety of projects to choose from. You can choose projects to try to find counterexamples for mathematical conjectures, generating rainbow tables, finding cures for schistosoma, etc.

Which is program/ass (BOINC/F@H) is easier to use and why?
Folding@Home is easier to get set up with and use by far. With BOINC, you need to download the BOINC Manager and then attach to projects and then fill out info for each project. With Folding@Home, at least pre version 7 from my experience, all you did was download a client, choose a username and team and you’re crunching.

Do you believe that the Projects that BOINC run i.e. "IBM's WCG HCC, Rosetta@Home, Poem@Home" are just as beneficial to finding cures for cancers and diseases and Folding@Home?
They all solve different things, so it’s not really fair to compare them, but I think that they are equally beneficial in finding cures to cancers and diseases.

Did you know that Folding@Home actually wanted to come to Boinc? F@H on Boinc at the bottom
Folding@Home was a BOINC project for a bit back in the mid 2000s, but it wasn't working out for them.
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-Why do you Boinc? - Helped me push my hardware to the max / Allowed me to connect with others who had the same interest [Like u guys] / Also allowed me to help in my own way in contributing to various activities I normally wouldn't be able to participate in.

-Have you ever Folded? - I did with my PS/3 I think, Thought it was cool that they were bringing the Distributed computing concept to other hardware that could be used to help out. But I found it to be a limited application unlike the variety of projects you can participate in with BOINC@Home

-Do you think Boinc is better than Folding and why? - Yes but with that being said if more people contribute in the concept the better. Eventually they will lust after credit like I do and make the switch. typer.gif

-Which is program/app (Boinc/F@H) is easier to use and why? Meh both seem easy I s'pose only issue is HEAT!!!!!! Inspired me to build a liquid cool just to squeeze more crunching time outta my machine / machines

-Do you believe that the Projects that BOINC run i.e. "IBM's WCG HCC, Rosetta@Home, Poem@Home" are just as beneficial to finding cures for cancers and diseases and Folding@Home? - Absolutely where one lacks the other can pick up... plus seems like more info the more to compare.

-Did you know that Folding@Home actually wanted to come to Boinc? F@H on Boinc at the bottom - I thought a some point since I've been doing this I saw Folding@home along with Boinc@Home but shortly it seemed to splinter into it's own thing.
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Just because I don't use Folding@home doesn't mean I haven't folded. I started out on Rosetta, which is all about protein folding. I picked Boinc because of the unified software and points system, even if the point system has become arbitrary with the advent of GPGPU. Sure, some Boinc projects may not provide the same benefit that Folding@home does, but that's the beauty of it. You can pick what you want to donate your processing resources to. While a lot of people may run Dirt for points, I don't think it should detract from the value of other projects. Hell, I think it's mighty impressive that people have found a 17,000,000 digit prime number.

-Why do you Boinc? - Because I can. I want to. I want to help find a cure. Points!

-Have you ever Folded? Not with Folding@home

-Do you think Boinc is better than Folding and why? Better? It's all the same. Like I explained above, you can choose what to donate your extra processing cycles to.

-Which is program/app (Boinc/F@H) is easier to use and why? I think Boinc, but I can't remember using F@H. Only guessing from what I've seen on getting started guides. So much optimization to do, but the same could be said for Boinc.

-Do you believe that the Projects that BOINC run i.e. "IBM's WCG HCC, Rosetta@Home, Poem@Home" are just as beneficial to finding cures for cancers and diseases and Folding@Home? Yes, why would they not?

-Did you know that Folding@Home actually wanted to come to Boinc? I did know.
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i really like everyone's answers so far! thank you guys!
    
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-Why do you Boinc?
I got bored with games and I'd heard of folding and wanted to use my equipment to do some good. While reading through information and trying and failing to get the folding client to run, I came across Boinc and it seemed better suited to my hardware. It's addictive!

-Have you ever Folded?
No, I never did get the client to work, even after a number of people tried to help me with it. It just wouldn't run.

-Do you think Boinc is better than Folding and why?
Yes, I do believe Boinc is better. They are both worthy causes but Boinc offers a variety of projects and I can pick and choose how to donate my resources.

-Which is program/app (Boinc/F@H) is easier to use and why?
Boinc is wayyyy easier to set up and run. I could actually get this running myself. Folding, I had at least three different people telling me to do this and try that and it still wouldn't work.

-Do you believe that the Projects that BOINC run i.e. "IBM's WCG HCC, Rosetta@Home, Poem@Home" are just as beneficial to finding cures for cancers and diseases and Folding@Home?
Of course they are! it's all valuable research.

-Did you know that Folding@Home actually wanted to come to Boinc?
No, but I don't blame them! Folding@ home just seems to me like it should be another Boinc project that we could choose to run. . . . or not.
 
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