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Can i fold from more than one computer? on my same account? and will it affect my Folding on my original PC if i do?

trying to get more points for us.

any special steps if so?
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

Can i fold from more than one computer? on my same account? and will it affect my Folding on my original PC if i do?

trying to get more points for us.

any special steps if so?

You can fold on as many computers as you want using your account. The only time this would be an issue is if you were on the Forum Folding Team Competition (we use a different key/password for the hardware in the competition for that so we can monitor the progress of that unit). Hope I explained that clear enough lol.
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Can i fold from more than one computer? on my same account? and will it affect my Folding on my original PC if i do?

trying to get more points for us.

any special steps if so?

 

Yes you can, and no special steps needed.

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You can fold on as many computers as you want using your account. The only time this would be an issue is if you were on the Forum Folding Team Competition (we use a different key/password for the hardware in the competition for that so we can monitor the progress of that unit). Hope I explained that clear enough lol.

You lost me on that last part lol..
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Yes you can, and no special steps needed.

thanks alot!
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You lost me on that last part lol..
thanks alot!

Haha sorry. On OC we have something called the Folding Team Competition. There are teams with different categories for hardware and we compete against each other for categories and overall team performance. The only reason it's not...how do I say...for everyone is that you are asked to fold at least 20 hours a day 7 days a week. So for some with dedicated hardware that fold anyway it's a no brainer...for others it can be difficult to dedicate the time...not to mention the power bill for keeping the house cool year round (depending on your hardware heat output). It's great and a lot of fun, many of the people here have been or are on a team for team competition. The separate password is used to differentiate the TC hardware from your normal folding hardware.
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35k~ pushed!

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And requires tweaking different settings beyond the GPU. Surviving folding 24/7 at a certain clock really only tells you it's good for folding at that clock. Ram is essentially not used and there is no load fluctuation to declare much beyond stability to fold. Point being, there is no stress test for GPUs, only way is to put it to work and see. smile.gif

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Damn this 980TiKP runs cool at stock: single 360 rad. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Yeah, it don't push RAM, but they will bench up to 1571MHz/8001MHz. But that just when I am in the mood to bench. I need to OC my CPU since that holding the cards a bit back when I do bench runs on rare occasions. Otherwise I leave them on stock when gaming since I only use a 1080P monitor, so I am not hurting for raw power performance. tongue.gif

Though, I have been debating nabbing a 1440P G-SYNC monitor that a little bigger. If there any IPS or PLS ones running about.
     
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Code:
03:51:40:WARNING:WU00:FS00:FahCore returned: BAD_WORK_UNIT (114 = 0x72)
06:05:16:WARNING:WU02:FS00:FahCore returned: BAD_WORK_UNIT (114 = 0x72)

Errrr.......
post #539 of 798
^ try lowering the OC a little smile.gif
post #540 of 798
Even more?

Although all four cards' PPD say 70K-100K, The last three days I don't seem to be getting over 100K altogether frown.gif
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