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Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by W2hCYK, Jun 10, 2006.

  1. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    when i get around to having a ethernet hub in my room i will run it 24/7 on my celeron466 and when i get my celeron 351 fully put together a p3 933 24/7 as well :) just give me a little while and i too will elp the cause
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  2. W2hCYK New Member

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    w00t!

    ps. If you read this W1z.. Can we get a subforum for F@H, because it seems to be slowing down, and nobody but steevo is folding.. loll.. Thanks!
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  3. W2hCYK New Member

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    heehhehee... Conroe is folding away! Works great! looking forward to seeing how long it takes to complete a WU, and i have 2 instances running for my dual cores.. :-D
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    Nice one! :D And just when i thought i'd catch up :(
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  5. W2hCYK New Member

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    500 point work units.. mmmmm...
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  6. W2hCYK New Member

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    now 800/wu, per core.. :) this is leet!

    units are also 50,000,000 whatevers long... :p.. i even had a 100,000,000 one..
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  7. W2hCYK New Member

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    just about to pass kfly3r.. i dont think he's folding though...

    *is getting 2 800pt wu's done a day, and made over 2.5k points in 2 days. :)

    ill catch up to steevo.. you'll see. hehe..

    *We need more folders!!! cmon guys! fold @ night..
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    I'll catch you when i get my e6400 :D
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  9. W2hCYK New Member

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    yea probably.. but I may even buy an E6400 and sell the E6000 off on ebay for $340 or so.. Just going to say its OEM, because I have an OEM CPU package, unopened, that I can put it in and sell.

    :)

    Hopefully that will work, lol.. and hopefully it will OC farther than 3.2GHz @ 1.6v.. Maybe I'll just sell and buy another E6600? idk..
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  10. W2hCYK New Member

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    woo! got 3.3GHz @ 1.485v

    Stats updated!
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  11. W2hCYK New Member

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    Stats updated..

    our team pretty much is dead now..
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  12. Alec§taar New Member

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    I'll get back to it, eventually... but, my online time (right now @ least) is being used for other tasks.

    :)

    * That's how I went about SETI@Home, over 6 years no less, on/off...

    APK
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  13. W2hCYK New Member

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    I bet once everybody saw their electric bill, their parents flipped..:roll:
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  14. magibeg

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    Actually i was just about to post that! My parents were complaining that running the computers 24/7 was going to cost too much electricity and that i was going to burn out the computers or something silly like that. (they really dont know anything about computers)
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  15. Alec§taar New Member

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    It's no difference to me: My system's ALWAYS on, always... so, I wouldn't note it one way or another & I pay the bill on this (splitting it with a tenant here, lessening the blow to my personal finances).

    The reasoning being (bear with me on this one) that starting up a PC "hits it hard", just like starting a car does to it.

    APK
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  16. W2hCYK New Member

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    starting up the pc = high boost of heat and voltage to get it going, yes..

    it is actually better to leave it on and doing something than it is to keep rebooting. I'm on 3 days right now, stupid windows updates...
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  17. Alec§taar New Member

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    Exactly (as to my reasoning for doing that, & my PC is ALWAYS up to something, lol)...

    If you don't like the "slowness" of Windows Updates? DO it manually & have the update files ready @ any time, especially for doing "slipstreamed" installations Cd/DvD type disks, OR just for when you redo a system again!

    They are available here, by date:

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...tartDate=3/6/2006&period=30&sortCriteria=date

    * And, by OS type also, of course...

    APK
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    I do it manually, i just hate the ones that require a reboot, and they either dont tell you, or the notice that it will require a reboot is like.. super super hidden.
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    Stats update..
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    My E6400 is on it's way!! can't wait to fold with that beast! :D
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    lol woot! these things fold like crazy!
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    Are you still updating this? I still fold!
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    oh bajesus! i forgot... lol.. ill catch it this wednesday!!! sorry guys!
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  24. W2hCYK New Member

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    updated.

    Infrared, hows that E6400 doing? what did you clock it to?
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    I did have it up to 3.6ghz, but now my motherboard is half dead and i can't go much over 400mhz fsb.

    I'll get this thing folding again tonight ;)
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