Welcome back to the Folding update. We're going to cover a lot of ground today, but first, check out the weekly stats and links.
One way to answer that call is by joining UnitedGerbilNation. UGN is a group of folders who have pooled their resources in order to climb the ranks more quickly. Spearheaded by jeffry55's intense recruiting drive, UGN has clawed its way up to the 12th spot on our top 20 producer's list. UGN is a perfect way for those with only a handful of available processors to help stave off Team Rage3D and climb our internal rankings at the same time.
On the Frankenbot front, cass has added another processor to the Diskless Monstrosity, bringing the total number of nodes to eight. Cass has promised us pictures of the Monstrosity and I can't wait to see how he's mounted all the hardware. Unfortunately, the Frankenbot project was recently hit by some part failures that have hurt its production. More RAM is still needed to ensure that all bots have enough memory to handle large 600-point work units, so if you have any DIMMs lying around, let us know.
|Aerocool's Project 7 P7-C1 Pro case reviewed||6|
|Google Project Tango is dead—long live ARCore||7|
|Thermaltake Sync box bridges RGB LED walled gardens||3|
|Intel tips off potential 960 GB and 1.5 TB Optane SSD 900Ps||8|
|Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX Vegas put a big chill on spicy-hot chips||17|
|Antec P110 Silent touts quiet looks and quiet operation||11|
|Updated LG Gram laptops put heavy-duty power into feathery bodies||18|
|Monkey Day Shortbread||14|
|Thursday deals: a nice Z370 mobo, a huge VA display, and more||6|
|Nice but unoptaneable.||+12|