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Originally Posted by RoscoeMcGurk View Post
Heya @Taeric,
I'll find a bit of time in the next couple days, and I'll post my info in your thread so you can add it. I also encourage others, especially top producers, to do the same so the database can be better . Thanks also to you guys for posting up here too , quite interesting to see what kinda rigs you all have going.

@Buick, your production is deffinitely going up alot lately . Looks like you're doing a good job trying to keep all those rigs going, nice job man . If I don't stop gaming so much (I have phases, sometimes I don't game at all for awhile, other times I'm a freak), you'll catch me in a couple months at this rate.

@K092048, Ya like buick says, I think it counts each new machine ID. This also counts if you do something like reload FAH again. I was doing a little experimenting with different folding types, trying out the different clients, before I had the 4300 rig. So at no time did I have more than 4 actual physical cores going, just the 6400 and 6600. But switching to one type of folding (and I uninstalled the original, since it just had finished a WU anyway), then trying the other, then reloading the first type again...the Stanford site said I had like 13 or 14 processors folding. Each time I loaded up a new FAH program, it counted it as new cores every time.


Anyway thanks again guys, let's keep it truckin', we're contributing to something good here .
Hey Roscoe,

I see you're about to clear 700,000 points!! Keep it up guy and post back here when you do...

Take care and Fold on! :-)
post #32 of 33
I updated my info in post 6 now that I have my first quad running.
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-2 cores SMP folding on my E6600 @ 3.2 - 3.5GHz depending on the weather. I run it around 12-16 hours a day.
-My PS3 24/7
-2 cores on my main work computer, dual core Prescott @ 3GHz usually 24/7
-1 core on another work computer, P4 @ 3GHz
-1 core on my family rig, a Sempron 2500+ @ 1.75GHz
-Several more single cores on various work computers, P4s @ around 2.4 - 2.8GHz

Once the Q3 price drop kicks in I'll probably go with a Q6600 for my main rig. At the same time I plan to upgrade my family rig to budget C2D, maybe an E4300.

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Well I will no longer be a top contributer anymore.
Going to have to uninstall folding on all the work computer.The main corporate office is cutting down on things being put on the computers, they are going to start monitering all the network traffic, because of people downloading and installing programs they are not suppose to, and causing problems, so I can no longer have folding installed. So I will just be down to my couple lone rigs. Was glad I could contribute while I could.
They had a company wide email where I work that we were doing something similar too. The only thing I had to do was switch to a standalone USB Firefox. So far folding is unaffected. Hopefully it stays that way. Good luck getting it installed again.

edit: I'm currently ranked 14th on the top producers of OCN.
    
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