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 Post subject: Where is the new F@H core advertised to be released today?
PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2003 6:37 am 
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I dont see it on their website, did I get the date wrong?

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I'm wondering the same. I don't think I have picked up any new cores today though, and I think that's how it will go out, just a core that will download automatically when it picks up a new WU.

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Quoted from http://home.attbi.com/~wxdude1/emsite/

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New Stanford web page

The Stanford Folding@Home web site has been re-done. It should appear sometime this morning around 10:00 AM CST.

Look for the Easter Egg on the site. Think "Matrix" ... First Episode. Some really new cool science is coming. Stay tuned for more really interesting stuff.

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 Post subject: WHOAH!
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Check it out yourself:

http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandegrou ... /reloaded/

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So, can I download it and install it or do I need to finish a WU? I would like to just download it as I am only 24 frames into my new 400 frame WU, even if I lose that work.

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It's the official launch of Gromac (and/or the official end of Gromacs beta). (Sorry to spoil it for those still struggling, or who have been churning Gromacs points for weeks!)

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PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2003 9:06 am 
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I just got a new WU 5 minutes ago, and my log file says:

[16:53:13] + Processing work unit
[16:53:13] Core required: FahCore_78.exe
[16:53:13] Core found.

...and...

[16:53:48] Extra 3DNow boost OK.

which I don't think it's said before. Anyways, my AMD 800 is burning through this baby!

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 Post subject: So, I'm a little unclear on this
PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2003 7:26 pm 
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Hello:

How do we get to use this new Gromacs core? My new WU's today have all been Tinker -- and I'm starting to use the -advmethods switch again, so we'll see how the next WU's go...

Will it work the same for the Linux client? I'm using the FAH3Console-LinuxB.exe in SuSE 8.2 (on this machine) and I also just restarted it with -advmethods. Do we have to do this to get the new Gromacs, and will all the cores be Gromacs in the furure? Or will they still be a mix?

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Radeonman wrote:
Maybe they're trying to clean out the tinkers that are left and the future is gromacs.


I think that's the idea, look here for more info.

(I started the thread above acutually, I havent got them to change my name yet...)

According to it however they are going to try and flush out all the Tinker projects and replace them with Gromacs with a couple of months.

LOL! Do you people vote "You seem to like useless threads..." for fun? :lol::wink:

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 Post subject: Once upon a time, I thought like that...
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Hello:

Radeonman wrote:
I guess I'll just have to be a tough guy and continue eating tinkers until they all gone.


Good one -- for a while, I was there with ya', but I'm switching back to Gromacs! After all, I've got a position to defend! :twisted: :roll:

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Hey! Could some one with the Gromacs core host it on a FTP server for download? Maybe for competitive advantage we could have it password protected only to SilentPCReview F@H team members. :twisted:

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And dammit, I hope they don't give P4's too much of an advantage - we can't have none of that.


Yes, long live FPU-powerhouse AMD processors! They kick major a$$ in the FPU department though, almost double what the P4s can do.

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um, perhaps you're starting to take this a bit too serious in the wrong direction. It's starting to sound like a l33t quake clan in here. :)


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Wrah wrote:
um, perhaps you're starting to take this a bit too serious in the wrong direction. It's starting to sound like a l33t quake clan in here. :)


:lol:

Im just speaking the truth (from my own point of view). :wink:

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"l33t"

:?::?:

What kind of language is that? Where can I learn it? :)

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Radeonman wrote:
3y3 n0 t34ch j00. i7'5 n0t p0ss1bl3.

leet roughly means cool. Beyond that hacker talk is mostly just replacing letters with numbers and mucking with capitalization ala ReTrOmAn.


Oh. Thanks!

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Well, actually in the quakeworld over here it's a common phrase used for folks who play the game just to be on top of the scoreboard.

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