Originally Posted by The_Seabigbear
I would love to sign up guys but EVGA would kill me!
BTW, you guys need to kick [H]'s butt!
I think you'll probably kick Evga's butt in the CC first.
Originally Posted by 808MP5
signed up... i'll be gone for army training during the chimp challenge... my sig rig is capable of 5k PPD... hopefully it doesn't crash... more so hopefully there are no power outages cuz i know my comp is stable... also gotta hope clearwire doesn't crap out on me while i'm away
i would leave all my folding rigs up but that's just way too much electricity usage plus i'll be an ocean away from home...
i'm afraid to even look at how much it cost me for 335,518 points for the past 7 days
2x MBP 2.4ghz one of them gpu folding as well as smp (pretty worthless for PPD)
1x toshiba PentiumD 2.1ghz smp (pretty worthless for PPD)
1x i5 670 @ 4.2ghz smp (ok i guess since there's nothing else running but the cpu)
1x i7 870 @ 4.0ghz smp (can't figure out why 6.34v won't DL bigadv)
2x gtx 460s
at least i can contribute my i5 670 which is worth 5-6k PPD...
As for the -bigadv issue, seems there's a shortage; a lot of people complaining that they can't get any.
Originally Posted by Ceadderman
I just added my 5770 to the mix to see what it gives me pointswise per day. I don't play many big GPU games at the moment. Other reason for checking the GPU client is I want to see what it does to my NB temp.
Well it's doing something anyway. My system fans just ramped up a bit more.
Make sure you're using client v7 for the GPU; check post #4:
Originally Posted by Dimaggio1103
So Is there anything else I have to do aside from changing my name and stuff for the chimp challenge? do I need to send someone an email or post something specific here?
Check the OP again; the bottom shows how to submit proof.
Originally Posted by nub nub
i let both my gpu and cpu folding clients go over night woke up this morning and saw that my system did a reboot not sure why yet still looking in to it what do u guys think might have happened .could it of been one of the clients causing a reboot.
Windows update, perhaps?