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post #11 of 3773 (permalink) Old 03-04-2006, 09:19 AM
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Im in Hastings michigan, again on west side of it. About 30 miles south of Grand Rapids. I finaly got off that 2306, now im folding a 25000 frame for 169 points, only 3.1 seconds a frame though so its not bad. Just started to fold again about 10 days ago.
Hi Cappy,

Yeah,some of these WU's are brutal!! The p2107 GROMACS I have right now is working at 14s a frame.. It's because I'm on the internet and listening to music.
Hastings - That's half way between GR and Battle Creek, right??
Maybe this summer I'll take a drive in the old '70 Buick convertible and check the area out. I've never been to Hastings... sorry to say that though.

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actually guys, you should probably post what names you fold under in the program so Taeric and Slow 'Puter know who's who. I fold under the same name, laboitenoire.

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actually guys, you should probably post what names you fold under in the program so Taeric and Slow 'Puter know who's who. I fold under the same name, laboitenoire.
Hi laboitenoire,

I fold under the same name, 455buick. You'll find it under 37726 stats and donor stats as well. I liked being on this team becuase I've been watching the "competition" and it was you, peroxide, remonster and oneXXXX. So now we are working together.

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Yeah, considering I've jumped over 100 spots in a month, I'd say I'm doing good for an XP 2000.

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Yeah, considering I've jumped over 100 spots in a month, I'd say I'm doing good for an XP 2000.
Hi again LBN,

I hope it's Ok to call you LBN. It's easier than "laboitenoire"...
Yeah, I started at 590. My average is Ok, but it's slow going now. The folks on the 37726 team list in front of me, have more computers and more points now... I figure based on the list, I'll get a few more positions, maybe to 240 or so, but then the run will stop. It will be almost impossible to beat Qmopar and some of the top 50 folks! Way too many computer rigs...

As for the Xp2000+. I owned one of those cpu's on a Asus A7V266E M/B. I donated it to the church for their Sunday sevice presentations and worship song follow alongs on powerpoint...

Did you ever PM Hellgy??

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Just started folding, not doin bad yet, since i just got the other comp up. But ya, its between Grand rapids and battle creek. this 25000 frame is easy, 2 seconds a frame it got down to. Im folding under this name so no change

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I use peroxide to fold.

As for the name, I have no clue.

Just a note, my 800MHz has been out for a few days, but it's back and within the next few days I'll possibly be moving up to a 64 3200+ or a 64 3500+ and using the Athlon XP 2400+ as my second rig which would definitely mean more points.
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Yes, I did PM hellgy, but he didn't respond back yet. Yes, moving up to an Athlon 64 will definitely boost our performance, but I do agree that we'll take these groups that have a bunch of opty's and X2 chips folding away.

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All right guys, I just want to do one last check to make sure that everyone's rig information is correct. All of you have two rigs that are currently setup to fold, right? If so, then we have room for one more CPU.

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Yep, i have 2 up right now, and just got a 404 pointer on this one.

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