Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Dec 27, 2009.
Yeah it's millions.
I can't type apparently
Still damn fine
And we've soared through the eight hundred million mark
And more natural beauty--Chelyabinsk, Russia:
I really enjoy the amazing pictures with the daily updates
They are some awesome shots.
Team will Not reach probably a billion mark and i will not reach a million mark......Blame to Feb(Y u no leap yr...).
Thanks both of you!
I think they make sheer numbers more exciting--so I throw them in
Probably not, but we'll get damn close, and I'm still really excited. TPU FTW!
Great work once again
Lachenspitze, Austrian Alps:
Great job Team!
The 2nd and 3rd spots look like a bit of a battle between Team Anandtech and Ukraine
that should be a good fight
Two days left and we have it in the bag
Ice Caves, Kamchatka, Russia:
Looks like TeAm AnandTech has pretty much secured 2nd place.
Indeed, but we did have a good battle there between them and Ukraine
I do always like some friendly competition
One day left and we've done over 900m!
A goldendoodle puppy to brighten your evening
Great job team
We totally kicked ass!
Let's go again..lol
so close to a billion (could have done it if we had 3 more days)!
nevertheless, it takes nothing away from the fact that all of you guys did a great job! a fantastic achievement for the team, no doubt!
What is this--we've won?
Great work everyone--I'm very impressed!
Are the other teams that much smaller? Or did AnandTech do little GPU work (must be folks in the green camp, mostly)? I expected Anand to be closer to us because they allegedly are being a big tech site too.
As a hardware enthusiast site, we have a bunch of members with high-end GPUs. I'm not really sure why Anandtech didn't do better--I'd expect them to be in a similar boat. Maybe it's that they also focus on other DC projects? Since we just do FAH and WCG (mostly)
Yeah, probably that is it.
Great job everyone, stellar performance!
Currently we're in #1 in the May Challenge, although we're running a lead smaller than I care for
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