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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-07-2006, 12:15 AM - Thread Starter
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Now that there are people that I can not keep up with in the top 5 every month I was thinkink about starting a new folding acount, maybe sleepy127-2 or something. If I did that and only ran a few rigs could I join or start a folding team? (I would have to run my two or three best rigs)
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I have 3 top spec rigs running it 24/7 except one which I play games on a few hours each night, in 3 weeks I have gone last to whatever that number is to the left, not in a team just do it anyway, whats the difference of doing it in a team?

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Sounds like a good idea just make sure you fold for oc.net


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If you start/join a folding team, you could contribute the "extra" folding power to your team's team. For example, all of my "extra" rigs go towards "Team_MHz_Masters". It's not quite as personal as having a second folding account in your name, but it adds a bit to the competition.

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of, but it all goes to the same overclock team dont it? I mean overall? If that the case I will just keep plodding along doing my part

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Yes, everything goes towards team 37726.

The team competition within team 37726 just adds another dimension to the competitive aspect of it.

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Thanks for the answer taeric.
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