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PostPosted: Fri Jun 08, 2007 5:07 am 
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Hello,

kittle wrote:
Anyone know how you switch teams?

im spending more time here than on the website of my current team...


You can edit the client.cfg file -- look for the current team number, and replace it with 31574, the SPCR Folds team number. :)

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Wow, no excuse not to fold any time my computer is on. My dual-core desktop plays games and folds at the same time. Should I run 2 instances of folding @home at the same time w/ an Athlon 64 x2 ? Just open the program again?

Currently folding on a Athlon 64 3700+ (2.2ghz) most of the time, since it is my quieter gentler system.

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Hello,

If you are running 64bit Linux, then use the Linux SMP client, for sure. Second best if you are running Windows is to use the Windows SMP client. After that, there are ways to run two "regular" clients, but it takes a little doing -- and there are instructions on the best/esiest way to do this. Can someone jump in, please?

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The best route will depend on how long/often the PC is on.....


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excellent flash vid at the top, told me exactly what i needed to know and i will fold from right now to forever.

it reminds me of seti project only has a likly and defined use.

COUNT ME IN!

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Bob welcome to the Fold! We can use all contributions.

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how do I use 100% of my CPU ? I have an E7200 and only 50% is beeing used


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Welcome to the cause!
frenchie wrote:
...: how do I use 100% of my CPU ? I have an E7200 and only 50% is beeing used...
See Neil's post 4 above yours. Preferably you want to run an SMP (Symmetric Multi-Processing) client. Works great for me on Linux x86_64: on an Intel/Windoze m/c (Dell) I also fold on I did the DEINO installation but every w/u crashes so have just left it with a single client running 50%.

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Imelon is jacked in too 8) Go TEAM!!


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Joined. :D


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Welcome!!

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 Post subject: Re: Folding@Home Beginners Guide
PostPosted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 4:44 am 
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This really should be here : http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1551036
(sorry for also posting this in another thread, I'm not sure that's allowed...)

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