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post #11 of 25 (permalink) Old 09-04-2004, 06:09 PM
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Running 3 rigs

1 - XP 3200+ (MSI see Sig)
2 - XP2500+ Abit nf7s V2
3 - XP2500+ MSI K7N2 Delta L (Wifes)

I built all 3. And all are currently folding For Team OC.net. I just got obsessed and spent way too much money. Ill be in therapy for years.
I'll be sitting next to you in said therapy!

I did the same thing, I went nuts finishing off the extra systems for a "folding farm"...

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I'll be sitting next to you in said therapy!

I did the same thing, I went nuts finishing off the extra systems for a "folding farm"...
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This will be the first full month running 3 rigs 20/7 I wonder how much my power bill will rocket?
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How many computers do you guys have and how the heka u get so much money for em when they're so pricey to make one
I have 4 computers total, 3 I built and 1 laptop. The only way I have been able to afford to build them is with birthday and christmas money, and working a day or two of overtime at work. I still have to buy each peice at a time, and sometimes it takes a couple of months to complete a computer. As said in the above posts, it doesn't take a lot of money to build a decent PC, but if you want a super gaming powerhouse, then you will have to start saving the money up!!
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I have 4 comps folding.

My main rig @ 2400mhz (2500 hopefully soon)
My mom's comp (2000+ @ stock)
My linux box 2100+ @ 2200mhz (trying to sell it though)
And w/ old spair parts I have a computer that my sister is using. Just a 1.4ghz tbird though.

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Didnt mean to stray off topic earlier...

I have 5 rigs folding right now..

Dell 1.4gig (fiance's)
Dell 3 gig (work)
FoldBeast1 (A64 3400 at 2.413)
Foldbeast2 (XP3000 at 2.34)
Hybrid Fold/Gamer (XP-M at 2.6)

The XP2000 was planned for build...but then I did the "crash" thing and got obsessed...I'll let ya know how it turns out.

I will be selling the XP3000, XP2000, and their motherboards soon. (Gigabyte GA-7VAX, MSI K7N420 Pro respectively)

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Didnt mean to stray off topic earlier...

I have 5 rigs folding right now..

Dell 1.4gig (fiance's)
Dell 3 gig (work)
FoldBeast1 (A64 3400 at 2.413)
Foldbeast2 (XP3000 at 2.34)
Hybrid Fold/Gamer (XP-M at 2.6)

The XP2000 was planned for build...but then I did the "crash" thing and got obsessed...I'll let ya know how it turns out.

I will be selling the XP3000, XP2000, and their motherboards soon. (Gigabyte GA-7VAX, MSI K7N420 Pro respectively)
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I got my main computer, and an old 600mhz P3 which took 2 hours to complete its first step of 100. I am saving for a new rig that i hopefully will be able to build once all the new top of the line stuff comes out. I guess i could build an A64 rig now, but im waiting for intel and a 64 from them... its a longshot.

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1 Full time, and 2 part time folding rigs. My main rig is the full time, and the other 2 I only run during the day ....

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I have only one but Ive built one for my son and one for my daughter.

My boys (11 year old)
Athlon xp 1800+ oc'ed to run like a 2100+
256 ddr 400
geForce Fx 5200 128mb
new fancy black windowed case.

my girls (8 year old)
Duron 800
640 sd ram
TNT2 32mb
(this PC was made from old stuff taken from my PC)
she only plays disney software

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