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There are only a few rules for this competition, but they need to be stated none the less.

**This competition has 3 members per team.**

One card per team member
  • Each member is allowed one video card.
  • Each member is allowed one client per user name.
    If you have a video card with dual cores, you can only fold on one for this competition.

    Substitutions

    Substitutions will be permitted, but the team must follow these guidelines:

  • The member requesting the substitution must be gone for a short time.
    Anything longer than 2 weeks, and the member should be replaced.
  • The substitution must be requested to the folding staff.
  • The new member must follow the same rule - one card/one client.
  • The team must notify the folding staff of the new team member and his/her team username.


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Something needs to be stated about the number of people in one team.
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Something needs to be stated about the number of people in one team.
Thanks, I added that as well.


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It's ok to switch from my 8800GT to a GTX 260 right? I just wanted to make sure.


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It's ok to switch from my 8800GT to a GTX 260 right? I just wanted to make sure.
As long as you notify us,(which you are doing now), that's fine.


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As long as you notify us,(which you are doing now), that's fine.
Ok, good. I'll be switching to it next week when it comes. I'm either selling the 8800GT or putting it in another rig to fold under my other name.


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