Kougar wrote:What even used Fahcore 11, 200 series and older? If so what do these cards use now for GPU folding, or are they no longer supported?
just brew it! wrote:Sad if that happens. I'm not a big-time folder any more, so I'm no longer willing to buy dedicated hardware; furthermore, given that I don't game any more either, I don't have another excuse to buy high-end GPUs. Ahh well, I've pretty much only been running it as a burn-in test for new systems, and for the annual TRFrankenbot effort anyway.
Probably should take myself off the mod list for the DC forum, as I haven't been following the Folding scene closely for a few years now.
just brew it! wrote:...Probably should take myself off the mod list for the DC forum, as I haven't been following the Folding scene closely for a few years now.
LoneWolf15 wrote:...Other people have asked me why I don't just mine for Bitcoins. The answer is because I didn't want to do something that was about me, but something that did something for somebody else. It will probably be a long time before it has tangible results, but if it does, I can be happy that my hardware did something for other people.
BIF wrote:I think Pande Group is on a path to eliminate A4 and therefore all CPU folding. Evidenced by the recent ending of Bigadv and elimination of A4 bonus, plus I really haven't seen a lot of new development in the A4 realm, have you?
I think the next step is likely the removal of A4 QRB. Without that, I'd probably bring in less than 2K points per day with my CPU; hardly worth the effort and heat generation.
The Folding forums themselves are helpful; I got relatively quick responses to questions I had. However, I never saw a ton of news.
BIF wrote:So I seem to remember that x15 work units aren't long for this world. But I can't find that article anymore (or anything saying that x15s are approaching end of life). Could it be that I have been sent to folding purgatory and only imagined the end of life news article to make myself feel better?
mdk77777 wrote:...PG makes Comcast look like a professional customer service company.
At this point, I just want to hear that Core 18 is back for Maxwell.
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