Discussion in 'Comments & Feedback' started by Phxprovost, Oct 20, 2009.
Why no love for gpugrid?
We have F@H that takes the GPU power from those that are willing to participate the crunching/folding life.
Doesn't mean you have to close your eyes to other DC possibilities
it does for many of us. i dedicate all my cards soley to F@H i just cant see randomely switching after investing so much time. besides all the cancer cures go to the same place in the end right
Agreed, but you are making an assumption on which project will make a breakthrough.
The more angles a problem is approached from the better it seems to me.
Sorry if I sould like devil's advocate, I am just making a point and if the poster wants to create a team for any given project I see no reason to discourage it.
The main thing is to crunch
o i agree i was just throwing in an argument to see what would happen. excellent show.
For what it's worth I did give Stanford a good few years of cpu time in the past
So I have been in the game a while
a long time ago in 98 or so i was folding for SETI
Waaaay before me, only been around since 2004.
Lol, just looked up my Folding stats out of curiosity......only half a mil but seemed like a helluva lot of cpu work at the time
hahah i wonder if the scale has changed? that or the processors were just slower ha
IIRC, when folding I had an nforce 2 mobile athlon rig, nforce 2 xp2500 rig and an X2 I think.
My folding stopped when my 1900xt died
Moved on to Boinc protein folding and various other projects that had lesser support than Stan and WCG.
Never run GPUGrid myself yet as I don't have any gpu's for dc work, mostly IGP's.
Addendum: Lol, my folding stats still have me in the top 20-000
GPU's have completely skewed the stats system in all projects....but who cares, gets the science done quicker.
Awww, but he looks so lonely
Wish folk wanted to join my team
Will see if I can dedicate a GPU for this cause but not right this moment as we have to contain some Canucks
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