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post #1061 of 1994
what soft should i use ?? i want to participate here ...
post #1062 of 1994
What hardware are you planning on Folding with?
post #1063 of 1994
if i can, i got my rig

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post #1064 of 1994
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Originally Posted by Agiel View Post

what soft should i use ?? i want to participate here ...

Paging @dman811 for the best explanation of things, provided he hasn't already answered by the time I'm finished writing this! tongue.gif

A fairly well written guide is available here for Windows users. In essence, all you need is a Folding@Home username, and the client installed on your computer. Do note though, that running this program will put a steady load on whatever hardware you choose to run on it, and it will therefore also increase your power bill (if you have one) as well as can work as a fairly effective room heating system.

A few things come to mind:
- I wouldn't recommend folding on your processor if you're using a stock Intel heatsink/fan. A processor running at 90-95C constantly will probably degrade it. Instead, the use of a moderate quality tower cooler (if going air cooling) or all-in-one closed loop cooler will keep things a lot cooler, thereby reducing any adverse affects. I say reducing, because a number of us are overclocking our processors and graphics cards, and such can potentially reduce the lifespan.

- We have a Fold-A-Thon coming up tomorrow. It's a fun 48 hour event where as a team we try to reach 45million points worth of work units folded during that timeframe. Also, there are prizes.

- If you're interested and have the hardware available to fold 20 hours a day, 7 days a week, we also run a Team Competition

- HFM.Net (guide on setting such up is available here) is also recommended to run, as it provides a more accurate representation of your PPD in comparison to the Folding@Home client. It also has the benefit of showing your personal stats at a quick glance if you enter in information from the Extreme Overclocking Folding@Home stats site (you'll have to fold a few units, and then wait for their servers to update before you will show up on their stats site).



As for the GPU PPD database here, to participate and add to the database, one merely needs to fold work units for Folding@Home, and then provide the information of what work unit (aka WU) is being folded (example being atm I'm folding a P13001 (R29, C2, G79) @ 205,065 PPD on my GTX 780 Classified that is currently running at 1254MHz Core). Generally it is preferred to be at least halfway (50%) through said work unit before posting it into the database because the first few percent are usually skewed a fair bit. A screenshot of Folding@Home's advanced window or HFM.Net's main screen isn't necessary, but appreciated. Oh right - to submit it to the database there's a link in the first post of this thread that leads to a google document that I believe @TheBlademaster01 maintains.

EDIT: Looks like @stickg1 beat me to replying tongue.gif@dman811 must be out for a walk or enjoying lunch or something tongue.gif
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post #1065 of 1994
@WhiteWulfe nice work thumb.gif much help.
post #1066 of 1994
@WhiteWulfe Thanks for posting, I didn't realize you guys had foldathons and team competitions. Just signed up for tomorrow.
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post #1067 of 1994
I'll be in - This time shooting for a cool 1.5 million points over the two days biggrin.gif
post #1068 of 1994
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Originally Posted by WhiteWulfe View Post


Paging @dman811 for the best explanation of things, provided he hasn't already answered by the time I'm finished writing this! tongue.gif

A fairly well written guide is available here for Windows users. In essence, all you need is a Folding@Home username, and the client installed on your computer. Do note though, that running this program will put a steady load on whatever hardware you choose to run on it, and it will therefore also increase your power bill (if you have one) as well as can work as a fairly effective room heating system.

A few things come to mind:
- I wouldn't recommend folding on your processor if you're using a stock Intel heatsink/fan. A processor running at 90-95C constantly will probably degrade it. Instead, the use of a moderate quality tower cooler (if going air cooling) or all-in-one closed loop cooler will keep things a lot cooler, thereby reducing any adverse affects. I say reducing, because a number of us are overclocking our processors and graphics cards, and such can potentially reduce the lifespan.

- We have a Fold-A-Thon coming up tomorrow. It's a fun 48 hour event where as a team we try to reach 45million points worth of work units folded during that timeframe. Also, there are prizes.

- If you're interested and have the hardware available to fold 20 hours a day, 7 days a week, we also run a Team Competition

- HFM.Net (guide on setting such up is available here) is also recommended to run, as it provides a more accurate representation of your PPD in comparison to the Folding@Home client. It also has the benefit of showing your personal stats at a quick glance if you enter in information from the Extreme Overclocking Folding@Home stats site (you'll have to fold a few units, and then wait for their servers to update before you will show up on their stats site).



As for the GPU PPD database here, to participate and add to the database, one merely needs to fold work units for Folding@Home, and then provide the information of what work unit (aka WU) is being folded (example being atm I'm folding a P13001 (R29, C2, G79) @ 205,065 PPD on my GTX 780 Classified that is currently running at 1254MHz Core). Generally it is preferred to be at least halfway (50%) through said work unit before posting it into the database because the first few percent are usually skewed a fair bit. A screenshot of Folding@Home's advanced window or HFM.Net's main screen isn't necessary, but appreciated. Oh right - to submit it to the database there's a link in the first post of this thread that leads to a google document that I believe @TheBlademaster01 maintains.

EDIT: Looks like @stickg1 beat me to replying tongue.gif@dman811 must be out for a walk or enjoying lunch or something tongue.gif

 

Out buying my mom chocolate, cookies, ice cream and caramel for her birthday.

EDIT: And a double fudge chocolate swirl cake. Can you say heart attack?

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Maintenance Bot View Post

@WhiteWulfe Thanks for posting, I didn't realize you guys had foldathons and team competitions. Just signed up for tomorrow.

 

Yes, Foldathons are a ton of fun, and if you like those then you'll probably love Team Competitions!

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post #1069 of 1994
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Originally Posted by lanofsong View Post

@WhiteWulfe nice work thumb.gif much help.

Many thanks! I do my best, even if I occasionally get some information wrong ^_^;;;
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@WhiteWulfe Thanks for posting, I didn't realize you guys had foldathons and team competitions. Just signed up for tomorrow.

Not a problem at all It's a fun one, and if we hit 50 million... Oh, I will so be there to see the stream of editor Hertz @BWG being all dolled up by his wife! biggrin.gif
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Out buying my mom chocolate, cookies, ice cream and caramel for her birthday.
EDIT: And a double fudge chocolate swirl cake. Can you say heart attack?


Yes, Foldathons are a ton of fun, and if you like those then you'll probably love Team Competitions!

Oooooh, that cake sounds lovely. As does all the other chocolate stuff! I wound up going out to pick up a few items for an "eeeep, need a supper idea that isn't tacos!" stew... I've never made a stew in under 6 hours before, so we'll see how this crash panic 3 hour stew turns out ^_^;;;
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post #1070 of 1994
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Many thanks! I do my best, even if I occasionally get some information wrong ^_^;;;
Not a problem at all It's a fun one, and if we hit 50 million... Oh, I will so be there to see the stream of editor Hertz @BWG being all dolled up by his wife! biggrin.gif
Oooooh, that cake sounds lovely. As does all the other chocolate stuff! I wound up going out to pick up a few items for an "eeeep, need a supper idea that isn't tacos!" stew... I've never made a stew in under 6 hours before, so we'll see how this crash panic 3 hour stew turns out ^_^;;;

 

Cake looked amazing, but I didn't get any of it, my mom took it to the couch, sat down and ate it. Then came the triple chocolate chip cookies (basically chocolate cookies covered in chocolate with chocolate chips on top), and I think she's asleep now.

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