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03-24-2008 03:37 AM
prometheus2072
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Originally Posted by gibsonnova74 View Post
hey, are you getting the most out of those quads, running dual instances of win smp, or the Vmware?
Running dual instances of Ubuntu in Vmware on both rigs, rapidly approaching 100K in 2 months
03-23-2008 08:55 PM
mega_option101 Whether you choose to do so in a Sub-Team or not it is up to you. In the end we are all part of Team #37726 and the cause is all the same.

Sub-Teams within 37726, motivates dedicated folders to work together (in a group of four) and it is also a nice way to promote friendly community competition. The dedication folders have to their Sub-Team is displayed through their results at the end of each month; hence, bragging rights given to the winning Sub-Team
03-23-2008 04:03 PM
gibsonnova74
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hmm, I guess if that is the case then, I shall just let my 2 quads run without a team.
hey, are you getting the most out of those quads, running dual instances of win smp, or the Vmware?
03-23-2008 03:58 PM
prometheus2072 hmm, I guess if that is the case then, I shall just let my 2 quads run without a team.
03-23-2008 03:47 PM
gibsonnova74 they put limits on the teams to make it fair. it gives the guys who are running duo a chance to compete, they wouldn't stand a chance up against quads. so the maximum # of cores per team is 8, 2 cores per team member. if one of the team members is running a single core cpu, then you can compinsate by running 3 cores on your quad. 3 cores is the maximum # that any one teammate can use.
03-23-2008 03:39 PM
gibsonnova74
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As the title suggests, I am looking for a team, been folding for 2 months and I thought it might be fun to joind a team.
hey bro, i dont know if you know this or not, if your on a team your only allowed 2 cores, you will have to only use 2 of your 4 on that quad.
03-23-2008 03:37 PM
prometheus2072 As the title suggests, I am looking for a team, been folding for 2 months and I thought it might be fun to joind a team.

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