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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old 01-03-2006, 01:18 PM
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I'm in if you need me.

I've got three rigs folding actively.

My main (in sig), a sempy rig (pretty bare bones but it get's through the WUs pretty good), and my laptop (a 2.2 P4 Northy).

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Don't worry, there's plenty of room in the competition for everyone, regardless of computing power. (teams just have to have no more than 8 CPUs and no more than 3 CPUs for any team member)

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Okay team, first thing: we need a name! Any suggestions?

We also need to send Taeric our folding names. I will take care of that.

Let's also list our machines. We can have 8 CPUs contributing max. 3 CPUs max per any one person.

I can contribute both the 3500+ and the 3.0E (HT Turned off so it will only count as 1 CPU). If we need another machine, I can probably find something else
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Anyone need another team member for the Overclock.net folding team competition?

I would love to join an existing team or to create one with you (and two others)

I have the following rigs ready for service:

-AMD64 3500+
-Intel 3.0E

Looking for similar or greater firepower to partner with

Just post in this thread if you are interested.
I'd like to join in too. I have an AMD64 2800+ ready for service as well as a 2800XP both of them Oced very nicely.

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Looks like the first 3 were:

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Okay team, first thing: we need a name! Any suggestions?

We also need to send Taeric our folding names. I will take care of that.

Let's also list our machines. We can have 8 CPUs contributing max. 3 CPUs max per any one person.

I can contribute both the 3500+ and the 3.0E (HT Turned off so it will only count as 1 CPU). If we need another machine, I can probably find something else
i have the 3700+ in my sig getting it ready tonight
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I can contribute both the 3500+ and the 3.0E (HT Turned off so it will only count as 1 CPU). If we need another machine, I can probably find something else
HT will only count as two CPUs if you run two separate versions of the console. Otherwise, it'll just help with multitasking. I've noticed a much lower level of CPU "drop off" when other programs are active on my one HT machine than on my two non-HTs (on the non-HTs, the CPU usage for folding typically drops down to single digits even when another program uses just a small portion of the CPU; on the HT machine, there's hardly a blip).

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