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Can you emphasize on "simulate gravitational interactions." Are we helping with some sort of research here or what?
If you look deeply into the program (or load some examples--press X), you can figure out that you can feed it with data on a number of objects (like planets or stars), give them their (x,y,z) positions and velocities, mass, radius, and than spin off the simulation and see what is happening on the screen. What you see will be objects' movement under the influence of their mutual gravitational forces.
The program is calculating forces using physical laws, and is trying to be as accurate as possible, so it can be considered as simulation.

You are not directly helping some research (like you do in SETI for example), but you are helping with your comments and suggestions. Or you can make your own research by simulating your own objects scenery.
Maybe one day the program will grow into something bigger (yeah, the plan), and maybe there will be some direct research contribution possible

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Nice work
I know, you say that just because you're ranked #1 on the list
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I took the 2nd spot. The ol' 3200+ can still hang.
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Number 5! Although, its showing my cpu as an opty 165, when it is in fact an athlon 64 x2 3800 manchester
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Number 5! Although, its showing my cpu as an opty 165, when it is in fact an athlon 64 x2 3800 manchester
It says you have only one processor, you sure?
The result is also comparable to just one processor.
What OS are you using?
If Windows say you have one processor, and you are sure you have dual core, then you probably need to configure BIOS or something to enable other core...
Maybe someone else can tell you more about that.
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Alright, well, got up to number 2. and I also got the dual core problem fixed. Somehow ht got turned off in bios. But, it s still showing that I have an opty 165?
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Alright, well, got up to number 2. and I also got the dual core problem fixed. Somehow ht got turned off in bios. But, it s still showing that I have an opty 165?
I fixed that, now it says AMD Athlon 64 X2.
Both you and Ste have this type of processor ID: "x86 Family 15 Model 35 Stepping 2".
Now, is it possible that Opteron 165 and X2 Manchester have the same model and stepping? If not, either you or Ste are giving me wrong information
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3068 on a P3 500mhz and 8mb VC....
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3068 on a P3 500mhz and 8mb VC....
Pls submit so I won't be the last in the list
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#14 with a Barton......
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BTW my 38Mhz P4 absolutly owned you guys....

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