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YellowJersey

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  1. 1 minute ago, WaldorfMan said:

    I've got an old ass 2006-ish Dell Inspiron with a Centrino CPU crunching on WUs that take about 3 days a pop.  Also have a 2013-ish iMac that MIGHT finish one WU in 24 hours.  Even though my main rig can pump out a few WUs a day, these other two old and busteds are still churning on WUs... solving problems, contributing to the research, and - yeah, gettin' me points.  But, each CPU or GPU cycle is one cycle closer to stomping out diseases.  Don't let it get to you.  Everything helps!  🙂

    Oh, I'm not discouraged. I just wish I could contribute more.


  2. 7 minutes ago, LFreeman said:

    I am up to 4. I could run this on my server but the Mfer gets loud and it's in the family room. I do have an old Lenovo workstation I could fire up but it might be pointless as it only has a i5 3470

    All my machines are pretty old. A lot of people are getting more points in a day than I get in a week. But every little bit helps.


  3. 2 minutes ago, Shigeru said:

    Pretty much me, only with an bunch old desktops (AMD A8-5600K, AMD Phenom II X4 Black Edition 965 and a Intel i5-2130 and a crappy GT 1030 XD (also tried an old Intel Atom, is not worth the try for this XD ) Could add to the fight maybe a Intel E2160 or a Q6200 (that one is actually only running seti@home for now).

    I got up this morning and, after four days of folding across 5 machines, I've got 109,000 points. I thought that was cool, then I saw some people get twice that in a single WU. Oh well, every little bit helps.


  4. 5 hours ago, Gorgon said:

    Some of the larger GPU Work Units (WUs) can use up to 1.5GB RAM. Learned that the hard way and had to upgrade my 6 GPU system from 4 to 8GB.

     

    For a single CPU and GPU you’ll need 2GB memory and a 1.9 - 2.5MHz CPU at a minimum.

     

    I ran an RTX 2070A on a Athlon II x2 2.8GHz processor for months with a single 2GB stick of DDR3-1333 with no noticeable drop in performance.

     

     Well, the T500 currently can't even get through the Windows 10 installation process and it gets really hot. I think it's only got 4gb of ram right now. I should see if I have any more sticks lying around.

     

     Curiously, I have an old HP Pavilion that's now folding and while it's working the i5 nonstop, the Radeon HD 6450 hasn't been used ever by foldingathome.

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