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Post by peteamer » Sun Sep 26, 2004 10:54 am

Well Done !!! that man. 8) 8)


Nice one Tibors 8)




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Post by tomcat » Sun Sep 26, 2004 12:34 pm

whoooaa, where did VikingDude come from? Just over 10'000 points and already producing over 1600 points a day!

/me goes off to order more PC's :)

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Post by Tibors » Sun Sep 26, 2004 6:20 pm

There is no rule you have to start slow :)
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Post by haysdb » Tue Sep 28, 2004 11:28 pm

Jeepers Batman, 2554 24hr average! Every single member of SPCR is on his "hit list" except for TRC-13. Check it out.
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Post by burcakb » Wed Sep 29, 2004 12:19 am

OMG !!!!

Man, he's out 100+ something but he'll be making top 30 within the month!!!.

WTG Viking.

btw, Pete, where's your dad? I thought he was going to reevaluate his setup, I didn't expect him to take such a long time about it though. Tell him I'm just down to two machines (owner/driver :) ) and he's got a good chance of catching up.
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Post by WoodsBoy » Wed Sep 29, 2004 6:48 am

Hey Shathal what happened buddy?

You came flying up the ranks and passed me. Now you've fallen back :?

Unfortunately for me my dual Xeon will be going down next week for an undetermined amout of time.

I expect my points will drop sharply for a while :cry:

I'm still hoping to break into the top 30 this year. I think I've made good progress for the short amount of time I've been folding :!:
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Post by hwsboss » Wed Sep 29, 2004 5:03 pm

ok, I dont know who you are DavidMitchell, but I will beat you! you cant stop me!...well...actually, you are...for the past week or two, I have been watching us swap places all the time....right now, eoc says we are equall on folding power


however, my PCs have been off, so consider your current lead tempory! ;)
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Post by WoodsBoy » Fri Oct 08, 2004 5:19 am

I just broke 70,000 pts :!::!::!:

Hooray for me ! ! :D

Still moving up some how....maybe I'll break into the top 30 soon.

Looks like Macrumors is coming on strong again. Looks like it does take 2 mac folders to generate as many points as 1 PC folder. Interesting indeed.
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Post by Straker » Sat Oct 09, 2004 3:02 pm

WoodsBoy wrote:Looks like it does take 2 mac folders to generate as many points as 1 PC folder. Interesting indeed.
other way around. :P
unless you were just referring to how almost everyone here is folding with multiple pcs

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Post by peteamer » Fri Oct 15, 2004 8:30 am

Looks like Stevo & Roy over at ArmSystems are feeling the cold and turned on some more air heaters :lol:

Their production has gone from circa 1000 PPD to 5500 :shock:

Way to go Boys (... and girls) that'll help show those on our threats list.

Have to say, my PPW has gone from approx 1000 to 1800 by using the latest F@H client and turning on the option for biggies. 8)


Way to go one and all.


Damn we're Good. 8) 8) 8)



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Post by dasman » Fri Oct 15, 2004 8:40 am

peteamer wrote: Have to say, my PPW has gone from approx 1000 to 1800 by using the latest F@H client and turning on the option for biggies. 8)
Hmmm, maybe that explains why I'm stuck with all these 155pt'rs -- I'm running the v4 client on all but one of my boxes and see my ppw steadily go downhill.

Anybody else see an advantage to running the v5 client?


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Post by Blappo » Fri Oct 15, 2004 10:54 am

I notice that I went from 1300 to 1700 PPW by switching to the v5 client. Only 1 of 3 machines is working on large WU (lack of memory). However, recently I've haven't recieved any large WUs.

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Post by peteamer » Sat Oct 16, 2004 2:03 am

FWIW on the memory required side, my laptop is running with 'only' 256 thingies quite happily. Don't know what other peoples experience is on that...

Humbly suggest it would be worth the effort Dasman, let us know your results.


And another thing, I'm gallantly holding off the 'evil' KnightFallen ( :wink: ) whilst clinging on to my highest # of 75 8) (for three days) :shock: but my sig still shows #76 :cry:


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Post by Tibors » Sat Oct 16, 2004 2:45 am

The v5 client with big WUs on simply doubled my output. :D So that sure is worth the effort of upgrading.

Hey Pete, you're going to pass your dad in three days. But don't worry, in about three weeks I'll zip by you.
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Post by peteamer » Sat Oct 16, 2004 2:53 am

But don't worry, in about three weeks I'll zip by you.

What can I say? ... Thanks for the heads-up ... Pal. :lol:



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Post by Tibors » Sat Oct 16, 2004 3:03 am

Well you won the race till rank 79, you challenged me to. :D
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Post by peteamer » Sat Oct 16, 2004 3:14 am

I would challenge you to a race to #1, but what with TRC-13 being such a nice guy and having done so much for team points and all... :roll:

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Post by burcakb » Sat Oct 16, 2004 4:33 am

dasman,

I think those 155 pointers are more dependent on your CPU. I turned the correct options on v5 on both machines. Tha athlon got nothing but 242 pointers, the Barton got nothing but 155 pointers (88 PPD - aaaarrrgh). Both machines had 1 gig mem.

I finally got some Amber cores with the Barton and it's doing 190 ppd now :)
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Post by Putz » Tue Oct 19, 2004 9:22 pm

Boy, I've really been feeling pressure from olos and David_J_C, each just behind me and nipping at my heels. The three of us seem to be nearly equally-matched in production, on average. To be honest, I'm not sure how I managed to pass them in the first place... or did I even? Keep it up guys, and let's scale the chart together!

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Post by Putz » Fri Oct 22, 2004 10:11 am

Spoke too soon! As of this writing, they each have more than 100 PPD over me...

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Post by Tibors » Sat Nov 06, 2004 10:44 pm

Hi, Pete :D
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Post by je_zza » Sat Nov 06, 2004 11:52 pm

I fried my motherboard last weekend :( I was measuring voltages of my new fan controller with my multimeter and shorted something. My computer turned off straight away and wouldn't turn back on. I hope I didn't damage anything more than just my mobo - the PSU smelt a bit strange after too (its an antec 380s from a sonata) - any thoughts on that one?

Motherboard has gone off to computer store and then back to tiwan for rma so might be a few weeks before I'm back in :(

Was gaining so close to being in the top 100...got to 112 and i think I'm going to be put back about 3 weeks and 3000+ points

Warning to all out there to be more careful when operating on your powered on computer! All the experimenting I've done over the last 18 months since I first found this site had made me feel bulletproof...well not so much anymore!

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Post by Putz » Sun Nov 07, 2004 1:16 am

Congrats, Mod David, on cracking into the #5 spot! I've missed your omnipresence on this forum the past few months, but it's good to see you're still folding away.

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Post by peteamer » Sun Nov 07, 2004 2:03 am

Mr. Verwijmeren,... I'm ignoring you !




Doh !!!
Alright then,... I've got my fingers in my ears, eyes tightly shut and am humming 'God Save The Queen' VERY loudly (Sorry everyone :oops: ) Therefore in my little world you don't exist and will not be able to drop me a place by the end of the day !

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Anway, it took you long enough Martijn :twisted: (Which actually translates to 'Well Done' for later. I have a feeling someone will let me know very soon after the dastardly deed)


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Post by Tibors » Sun Nov 07, 2004 4:37 am

Pete,
I will only get 63 points today. :(

My other clients are all working on units that take more than a day to process. So unless I get a couple of EARLY_UNIT_ENDs, you'll stay in your current rank for another day.

Putz,
They are still behind you, so it looks you were right after all.
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Post by peteamer » Sun Nov 07, 2004 5:10 am

Funnily enough I've literaly just had an 'EARLY_UNIT_END'. (128 points in the bag :D )

Haven't seen any recently but did have a load a while back.

Have you guys seen many?


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Post by Tibors » Sun Nov 07, 2004 5:29 am

I've had two EARLY_UNIT_ENDs in p130x WUs last week. But the last time before that was some time ago.
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need 60k per day to climb into top 15!

Post by Yeis20 » Sun Nov 07, 2004 6:07 pm

looks like we will need approx 60k per day to get into TOP 15.

There needs to be some recruting done! :)
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Post by Tibors » Sun Nov 07, 2004 11:38 pm

I'll never talk about EARLY_UNIT_ENDs again. :x
I just had two. :evil:

Bye, Pete


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Post by peteamer » Mon Nov 08, 2004 12:28 pm

Mr Tibors..... since when did you take the VooDoo Throne ?


I've just had another EARLY_END :?

Weird thing is, I've had one on my Lappie and several on my Main rig. No instability on my Main rig other than F@H ... odd, though I do believe that most were on 13** proteins.


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