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I'm new to 2630

Postposted on Tue Jun 24, 2008 11:18 am

Thanks to notfred's addition of proxy-handling features, I can now fold at work on idle machines without getting in the way of their legitimate uses. Bring-on the Quad-cores!

A few years ago, I switched from team 0 to team 32 because OverFoldix totally improved my folding situation. Today, I'm switching to team 2630 because of notfred's diskless folding tools.

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Re: I'm new to 2630

Postposted on Tue Jun 24, 2008 11:41 am

Welcome to Team 2630 and Tech report... :D

BTW, please mention your fire power ... My folding machines are mentioned in my sig :)
Intel i5 4670K @ 4.8GHZ|ATI Radeon HD 7970 (Stock)| 12 GB RAM (Stock)| Xtreme Music with G500 5.1 | Panasonic "TH-L42E60" @ 120 HZ.
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Re: I'm new to 2630

Postposted on Tue Jun 24, 2008 11:56 am

My personal workload is negligible. The best box I own is a Celeron with 256 MB, overclocked to 300 MHz. At work, I can borrow a machine or two when they're not busy doing "real work," so a folding client like notfred's where all the work stays on a USB stick is ideal.

Constant:
1 instance on a 3 GHz Prescott with 1 GB of RAM
3 instances on a 3GHz Dualie Paxville with 2 GB of RAM (I may replace this with a single SMP client shortly)

Variable:
Today, I've got 3 GHz x 8 cores and 16 GB of RAM I can play with, but I've gotta give it up tomorrow. Tomorrow, who knows what I'll have?
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Re: I'm new to 2630

Postposted on Tue Jun 24, 2008 12:00 pm

petcherd wrote:My personal workload is negligible. The best box I own is a Celeron with 256 MB, overclocked to 300 MHz. At work, I can borrow a machine or two when they're not busy doing "real work," so a folding client like notfred's where all the work stays on a USB stick is ideal.

Constant:
1 instance on a 3 GHz Prescott with 1 GB of RAM
3 instances on a 3GHz Dualie Paxville with 2 GB of RAM (I may replace this with a single SMP client shortly)

Variable:
Today, I've got 3 GHz x 8 cores and 16 GB of RAM I can play with, but I've gotta give it up tomorrow. Tomorrow, who knows what I'll have?


Looks good, don't worry, whatever you fold is definitely worth.. :D
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Re: I'm new to 2630

Postposted on Tue Jun 24, 2008 12:28 pm

Thanks! And thanks for bugging me enough in PMs to go do the proxy folding access - I know others have asked for it over the years but there has always been something else going on.
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