Stanford University Folding @ Home

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Re: Stanford University Folding @ Home

Postby Paceline » Mon Aug 24, 2015 11:46 am

Milestone Update
- Dragon32 reached 24,000,000
- Paceline reached 23,000,000
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Re: Stanford University Folding @ Home

Postby Paceline » Tue Aug 25, 2015 9:46 am

Milestone Update
- Jim-707-27-7 reached 90,000
- tfckmk988 reached 700,000
- Drac reached 10,000,000
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Re: Stanford University Folding @ Home

Postby Paceline » Fri Aug 28, 2015 2:29 pm

Milestone Update
- tfckmk988 reached 800,000
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Re: Stanford University Folding @ Home

Postby Paceline » Sun Sep 06, 2015 12:13 pm

Milestone Update
- Jim-707-27-7 reached 100,000
- tfckmk988 reached 1,000,000
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Re: Stanford University Folding @ Home

Postby Drakkmore » Wed Nov 04, 2015 9:32 pm

Heh for some reason my F@H client had decided that I no longer had my GPU installed, and was only assigning small packets for my CPU, resulting in my contribution falling from nearly ~60,000 points a day to a measly ~130ish points a day. Finally I figured out that it was driver updates on the part of my GPU that was causing the issue, so I broke down, and Downloaded the newest F@H client, and it started showing my GPU again. As a happy result I am once again contributing ~60,000ish points a day to the great, and mighty Team Elder Scrolls
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Re: Stanford University Folding @ Home

Postby Paceline » Thu Jan 28, 2016 3:00 pm

Yeah I tend to stick with the CPU. The GPU definitely puts up the higher points but WOW does it suck electricity. National Grid was sending me 'Thank You' cards every so often for helping to put their kids though college... ;-)
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Re: Stanford University Folding @ Home

Postby Paceline » Thu Apr 18, 2019 10:20 pm

Hope not to be a bother but was looking to see if anyone wants to fire their folding back up. We've fallen down to 200 and look to be quite lean on folders.

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Re: Stanford University Folding @ Home

Postby Drakkmore » Wed Sep 11, 2019 9:40 pm

I had been folding semi strongly up until about early April when I had a HDD failure followed by a MB failure. As it stands right now the laptop I have to use is not nearly powerful enough to even run the folding programs with out developing serious heat issues. Add to that Microcrap windows 10, and just sitting idle my CPU, GPU, Mem usage is sitting at 40+%. Sorry to say that until I can afford to build a new rig, folding will have to wait.
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Re: Stanford University Folding @ Home

Postby Paceline » Sun Sep 22, 2019 6:57 pm

I saw that but was guessing with the summer heat you might be taking a break. Sorry to hear about the double hardware failure especially with one being the MB.
I ended up taking about a month off when I gave the internals of my rig to my youngest and installed into his case. I've since Frankensteined some parts together to get mine back up and running, enough for some folding and minor gaming anyway...
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Re: Stanford University Folding @ Home

Postby Denina » Sun Sep 22, 2019 9:58 pm

I quit folding a long while back when I had to install a VDI for work. It was too taxing on my comp and work had to be the winner on that one. I still support the project though, even if I can't contribute to it anymore.
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