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After about two months of consistent gains, we've shed over 100,000 points a week from three weeks ago to last week. We just missed breaking the 1 million point barrier three weeks back yet only turned in 882k points this past week. We have two teams rapidly gaining on us, so we need to get our production back up in the very near future.

For my part, I hope to have my first quad core rig up tomorrow. I just need to mount the CPU block and install an OS (or maybe I could use that 5 MB Linux SMP iso download to save a bit of time - see the thread in this forum for more info) to get it running.
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Im a noob when it comes to F&H statistics. So thanks Taeric for the breakdown.

Ive recently gotten my PS3 folding and its a beast to fold with..an absolute beast !, To help im also SMP folding on my PC with my Dual core...It takes a while as im not on my PC 24/7 but it will help.

If you guys have a PS3 and want to help contribute to our team ( 37726 ) and more so to ''The cause'' then please look upon this link : http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...lders-how.html

I beleive the PS3 will really help us due to how it can pump out those WU's pretty fast.

Not only that but SMP folding will benefit us greatly. For SMP folding you need to have a CPU with multiple cores ( Dual core/Quad core ). For more info on that please visit here : http://folding.stanford.edu/FAQ-SMP.html

In anycase nice headsup Taeric !.

Keep it up guys
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I fold with all the computers I can come near (of course excluding those computers I don't know well )

But anyways, those of you who doesn't let your computer fold, do it! You don't feel a performance difference, other than in your power bill.
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Well my power bill shouldnt go up too much as when folding the PS3 pulls 200Watts max .
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Originally Posted by Taeric View Post
After about two months of consistent gains, we've shed over 100,000 points a week from three weeks ago to last week. We just missed breaking the 1 million point barrier three weeks back yet only turned in 882k points this past week. We have two teams rapidly gaining on us, so we need to get our production back up in the very near future.

For my part, I hope to have my first quad core rig up tomorrow. I just need to mount the CPU block and install an OS (or maybe I could use that 5 MB Linux SMP iso download to save a bit of time - see the thread in this forum for more info) to get it running.
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Time to seriously fold again. Though, I gave up on SMP. I use my PC to do things a lot and SMP gets in the way dye to the one reason, it's WU day limit. It's like 2~3 days and I am not allow to leave my computer on.

I'll fold on 2 consoles again. >< I'll get 4 other consoles folding as well.
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It looks like we are loosing Folders. I hope that stops... I thought we were doing better than that.


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I will admit that I stopped folding a long while ago as I didnt leave my PC on anymore due to power consumption. However since with my PS3 its not to bad and I dont mind too much,
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I added F@H to my menu of community projects in the middle of May and, although my competitive nature likes how quickly I'm blowing through the lower rankings, it's sad to see so many inactive folders. Thanks for bringing this up Taeric.
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I blame the heat, my system is fine just I'd rathe be outside...
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