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TPU's F@H Team

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

  1. slyfox2151

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    woo, just joined techpowerup team :D adding my 7800ppd :D

    wooo
     
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    Sweet! :toast: Put a little folding logo in ur avatar if you want, then u'll be official :D.
     
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    We need an update on the current standings!
     
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    team rank 99! @ mlee click on the link below the F@H sig if you want to get one, the sig code is in that thread.
     
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    can i steal urs? :p
     
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    absolutely... can't beat zoidberg :D
     
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    stolen WOO :D lol
     
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    I just wish they would make a F@H that intrinsically works with both cores on the 4870X2, I hope that is a priorty with them because I dont want to go through all the hassle required for it to work now...so I will let it run on one for the time being.... once that happens I will join the TPU team.
     
  10. Fitseries3

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    how do you fold on more that 16 devices?
     
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    We need a FAQ
     
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    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    You want more than 16 clients running on a single machine?
     
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    2p server with dual i7s HT'd. Yessir. :D
     
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    i just wish that they made a F@H that intrisically works.
     
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    OH!

    im retarded.

    i thought each username could only have up to 16 machine IDs.

    i think i have 13 in use so far.
     
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    That is how it used to be, back before SMP and GPU clients. However, now the machine ID really should be a Client ID. As every client running on a machine needs a different ID. However, you can re-use machine IDs across different machines. Since most of my clients are just CPU clients running on seperate machines, almost all of them are set to 1.
     
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    how do i limit SMP to 60% cpu utilization?
     
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    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    Assuming you use the console client, you can edit the advanced options and it will ask you how much to use. Default is 100, if you set it lower, it should only use as much as you set. When the SMP client first came out, this option didn't work, so I don't know if they ever fixed it.

     
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    how do i rerun the initial setup?
     
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    Create a shortcut to the F@H.exe and in the target path add "-configonly" without the quotes.
     
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    seems as though its not fixed. :(
     
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    Ok call me a noob all you like, lol, but i simple terms how does freeing up my computer in some way (what is that way exactly?) i duno, i don't quite understand it's meaning and process of helping anyone else?
     
  23. Fitseries3

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    whats the deal here?

    i set it to 60% max but its been at 100% for over 30mins and to top it off its completed 0 work.

    something wrong?

    [​IMG]
     
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    You're gonna have to rephrase that entire statement, I have no idea what you're trying to say. :laugh:
     
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    ok, basically what are the benifits of folding@home? and are the benifits for me or others?
     

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