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post #981 of 1980
Congrats to team owners for another team folding competition title. Also, kudos to the other 7 teams that broke the 100k barrier this month.
  1. 229516 Team owners
  2. 159206 Team Smirnoff FTW
  3. 150803 Team Just Be Cause
  4. 144586 Team C2D
  5. 135226 Team CPU Burners
  6. 109602 Team Angry Penguins
  7. 104998 Team Victorious Secret
  8. 101705 Team Overclock Foldowzers
  9. 89786 Team Folders Inc.
  10. 86240 Team Unknown
  11. 65529 Team Nemesis
  12. 49010 Team Zang!
  13. 45849 Team Slow-'n-Low
  14. 33198 Team mixers
  15. 28476 Team Average Joes
  16. 16576 Team Lone Folders
  17. 8944 Team RatRod
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post #982 of 1980
Congrats, to all the teams hittin 100k! Especially to my first team, Victorious Secret!

Look out this month! Team Nemesis should have, 2-e8400 wolfdale's eatin the Wu's up.
post #983 of 1980
With a member down for almost the whole month and another down for a few weeks we did quite well breaking 150k for the month.

Would have been the 200k mark and a first for JBC if we would have been healthy. Another month brings new results.
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post #984 of 1980
Wow, we did better than I thought we would with the slow start we had.

I just need to finish tweaking the folder and get Linux running once and for all.
post #985 of 1980
Congrats to the others ..keep it up! Glad to see we are picking up a lot of production points from the "lower producing" teams. That will surely help us climb in global rank.

to my team-> I am trying to keep this ship afloat..I turned in over 100k of the points our whole team accumulated.
post #986 of 1980
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post
Congrats to the others ..keep it up! Glad to see we are picking up a lot of production points from the "lower producing" teams. That will surely help us climb in global rank.

to my team-> I am trying to keep this ship afloat..I turned in over 100k of the points our whole team accumulated.
I've always wondered how you managed to get that many points within a month and within the rules. You accumulate more points than anyone else in the competition!

Anyway, good job! You're a beast at F@H!

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Originally Posted by verbatim81973 View Post
Congrats, to all the teams hittin 100k! Especially to my first team, Victorious Secret!

Look out this month! Team Nemesis should have, 2-e8400 wolfdale's eatin the Wu's up.
Hehe yeah, and I thought our team wasn't going to get to 100k (shouldn't have doubted for a second).

Wow, 2 e8400's? 2 of those at 4Ghz is going to be killer!
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Great work people, keep plugging away
    
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post #988 of 1980
numlock: he runs 3 cores whereas most of the more powerful folders on the teams run only 2. having 2 folders putting out little or nothing, we arent getting far very fast as a team.
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numlock: he runs 3 cores whereas most of the more powerful folders on the teams run only 2. having 2 folders putting out little or nothing, we arent getting far very fast as a team.
Oh ok, I just wasn't sure because when I looked at his stats on different tracking websites about a week ago, it said he had 7 active cores in the past week and about 3000+ PPD. I just looked at it now and it says he had 11 for the past week?

I don't think 3000+ PPD is atypical for 3 cores though...
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Oh ok, I just wasn't sure because when I looked at his stats on different tracking websites about a week ago, it said he had 7 active cores in the past week and about 3000+ PPD. I just looked at it now and it says he had 11 for the past week?

I don't think 3000+ PPD is atypical for 3 cores though...
Yeah. I have no clue. I don't check up on it. I just take what he tells me he's got running for the team.
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