. You'll hit 100 in no time. You'll fly up after that too pretty quickly on the C2D. I was ranked like 89 not too aweful long ago, then I got my 2 rigs together with 4 conroe cores folding, all cores at 3.5ghz, and shizzzzam!!! I started flying past people like they were standing still. Nice job man!
I'm about a week away. That's where being in a team shows, I would have been there before you if all my cores would have counted. It doesn't really matter too much to me where the points are going since all points end up at Stanford. It will just take me a little longer to get there....
My goal for the last year has been to get into the top 50, but I always sit around 59-60. Closest I've got was 52 in the summer, when both my computers are folding 24/7, and I'm not playing as much video games
I've been bouncing back and forth on 65 and 66 for a couple of days. I almost killed my wife when I came home the other day and realized she let my C2D laptop run out of battery. It's folding a 600 pointer and it just sat there all day doing nothing.ARRGH!
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