Jan 01

One Hundred and Thirty Million Points!

We’re currently ranked 370th overall! (This certificate isn’t actually up-to-date as the Stanford website no longer appears to update).

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    • Tom on February 27, 2017 at 7:10 am
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    Congratulations to all of our new friends.

    200,000,000 points and climbing…

    http://fah-web2.stanford.edu/awards/tcert.php?u=200386&pts=201224376

    • Tom on April 23, 2017 at 7:05 am
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    http://fah-web2.stanford.edu/awards/tcert.php?u=200386&pts=224024249

    220,000,000 and counting

    • ProDigit on May 24, 2019 at 12:45 am
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    Did Jesus stop folding?
    I just surpassed you.
    Get back in the game, with an RTX 2060 (most affordable and efficient graphics card).

    For more info on properly setting up a Linux machine, follow this thread.
    It’ll also give you tips on overclocking and lowering your power bill.
    The RTX cards can cut power by 1/3rd for nearly identical performance.

    foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=31595

    If you want more info on what the best cards to buy are, you can read up below, or just take my word for it, that the RTX 2060 are the best bang for the buck, the 1660 or 1660ti are the lowest cards you should consider, and the RTX 2080 or 2080ti are the fastest:
    forums.evga.com/HARDWARE-GUIDE-Folding-at-Home-what-hardware-should-I-get-m2927907.aspx

    And AMD is no match efficiency wise.
    They’re much slower for folding and cost a ton on electricity and generate more heat.
    Max GPUs recommended per system: 6 on an Intel system; 3 to 4 on a quad core intel; 1 to 2 on a dual core.
    6-8 on an AMD system (with 24 PCIe lanes and at least 8 cores, or 6 cores 12 threads).

    1. I’m using a 1080ti but the folding client broke and I didn’t want to set it all back up. Crashes when I try to start folding now.

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