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What's the optimal Folding client combo?
Team TR's Folding production has been moving upward since our recent call to arms, I'm happy to report. But, I must sheepishly admit...
Team TR Folding@home: A call to arms
As you may or may not know, the TR community contributes quite a bit to Stanford University's Folding@home project. Using spare processor (and graphics...
Stanford releases beta Nvidia folding client
At last, Stanford University has released a beta version of the GPU2 Folding@home client for Nvidia graphics cards. You can grab the client from...
Folding GPU client is on the way for Nvidia cards
Stanford University has been releasing GPU clients for AMD graphics cards for some time now, and there's even a GPU2 client in the works (the...
New GPU folding client is available from Stanford
Almost two years have passed since Stanford University kicked off its Folding@home GPU project. The initiative took Stanford's distributed computing project to ATI's Radeon...
Next Folding@Home client to bring new user interface
Stanford University has a few surprises up its sleeve for the next version of its distributed protein folding software, according to a post...
Why aren't you folding for TR?
It's unofficially Folding Day here at TR, but before we get into this week's poll, let's take a look at last week's results. ...
|The TR staff traveled across the country to catch the 2017 eclipse||22|
|Alienware Area 51 desktop gets a Core X CPU infusion||4|
|Tuesday deals: a pair of monitors and a mini desktop gaming PC||0|
|SteelSeries' Rival 310 and Sensei 310 gaming mice reviewed||3|
|Bao Day Shortbread||14|
|HP Omen X laptop is overclockable and overpowered||10|
|Radeon 17.8.1 drivers are ready for Vega, Quake, and Agents of Mayhem||8|
|Android 8.0 is a freshly-baked Oreo||17|
|Aorus AC300W case offers fancy front panel connectivity||10|
|Their dies were shrinking for years. Consumer cost was not. Surely the timing of us getting more cores is purely coincidental, lol.||+13|