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post #11 of 35 (permalink) Old 09-12-2004, 09:39 AM
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im folding for pc perspective , just realised there in 11th place! w00t

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Somebody whos still at school needs to convice whoever is in charge of IT that folding is a good thing and to get every pc in the school to fold! Right before I finished this year my schools IT dept. got a makover, it was like 200 P4 3.2GHz with LCD monitors and stuff.
Our school just got a new boatload of dells... I dont know if they can handle all that folding... lol

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Our school just got a new boatload of dells... I dont know if they can handle all that folding... lol
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im folding for pc perspective , just realised there in 11th place! w00t
Hey its a job well done. But there will be no praising of any other teams on this forum...

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Ivd finally added those 3 computers Ive been speaking of. I still got 2 more to add coming real soon. Go 37726!!!! Oh that will bring my total to 10 computers folding 24/7!!

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Can you fold in standby? I have this question in another thread but no one seems to be answering me with a for sure answer.

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No I dont think you can because standby shuts everything down.

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Well I got all 2.6GHz of my 64 folding when I'm not doin stuff; I'll be switching over to linux soon and hopefully be able to fold at 64-bit threads Is there a way I can take two 32-bit threads and make my CPU think it's one 64-bit thread? I'm doing 5,000 steps every 16 min right now...

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Well I got all 2.6GHz of my 64 folding when I'm not doin stuff; I'll be switching over to linux soon and hopefully be able to fold at 64-bit threads Is there a way I can take two 32-bit threads and make my CPU think it's one 64-bit thread? I'm doing 5,000 steps every 16 min right now...
I don't think it's possible, due to architecture differences. Do you already have a linux distro lined up for the big conversion? If not, Suse 9.1 Pro supports 64-bit processing...but only the distro that you purchase (it's on the second DVD).

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I may get permission from my school to use 20 Power Mac G5's to fold, I would be unstoppable.
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