Welcome to team Tech Report! Thank you for donating your heavy duty hardware and electricity to the F@H project.
This time of year it is especially important to keep a close watch on component temperatures as folding will push them to their upper limit. I usually run my CPU fan at 100% and my GPU fan at 67%, but you will need to find your comfort zone balance of temperature verses fan noise for your components.
Also be prepared for some electric bill shock. The following numbers are ballpark, but should be fairly close. While folding, your hardware should draw about 400 watts more than it does at idle which is a kilowatt hour every two and a half hours or about ten kilowatt hours per day. If your electricity billing rate is ten cents per kilowatt hour you will see about a thirty dollar increase in your bill. Also the heat generated will increase your air conditioning cost a bit.
Again, Thank you for helping Stanford and team Tech Report research causes and cures for improperly folded protein based diseases.
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