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cmstpprr

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About cmstpprr

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  • Birthday 05/05/1954

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    Wisconsin
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    Photography
    My 64 Galaxie 500
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    Rail Fan (foamer)
    Great Lakes Lighthouses
    Obsolete Technology
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  • System Specifications:
    Lian LI PC-61,PC&P Silencer 750W, Foxconn P45A-S , Intel Core 2 Quad [email protected] 3.2, 2g Patriot PC6400, 2 37g WD Raptors Raid_0 , 2 EVGA GTX 460, Samsung Lightscribe DVDRWSilverstone Case, Foxconn P45A-S, Intel Core 2 E600, 4g Super Talent PC6400, 250g WD HD,2 EVGA 460, XFS GTS 250, Samsung Lightscribe DVDRW.Home Server - LianLi Case, EVGA 930i, Pentium D 940, 2g Kingston PC2-5300 ECC, 1.5TB system storage, 3 Evga GTS 450
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  1. I have thought about this for a very long time. I was great fun to produce numbers for our team. When my wife had to enter full time skilled nursing care for early onset Alzheimer"s I stopped folding because of the cost to fold and the cost of paying for her care. 100k per year over a period of 3 years. Then she died. Honestly I thought folding for Stanford would actually solve some of the incurable diseases , but I see that it hasn't done a damn thing except cost millions of dollars in computer time all at no cost to them and their grad students.
  2. I don't know how many of you remember me but I decided to drop by to say hello and let those here know my wife Debbie found peace on Friday Feb 12 from the long road of Alzheimer's decline. she was 62 years old. Thanks for all the friendship and support over the years. Best regards to all, MichaelB
  3. Stanford has a long track record of "going down" during the holidays when there is no body to respond to or repair as they are not there. Merry Christmas to All!
  4. OCF has promised to return in kind so the pit doesn't loose it's place. I agree with Dwight, it was fun. I wish the whole pit would have participated but that really doesn't matter. All the WU's went to Stanford and that is why we fold in the first place. The numbers are just for fun including our own ranking.
  5. Well, 11M of that 13M is the Pit_Crew
  6. First and foremost you must have the owners permission (get it in writing). That is part of Stanford's EULA.
  7. FROM THE OCF FORUMS "Someone just tore past me at incredible speed. It was like getting passed by an Indy car while riding a bicycle Looks like this "Pit Crew" is the fastest around. " http://folding.extremeoverclocking.c...hp?s=&u=636678 1 million+ PPD... Pit_Crew! Way to Fold! __________________ . . . . . . .HELP!!!. . . . . . RAWR!!! . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . / __________0/_____/_____
  8. Then well done man as points are not really worth anything anyway they are just for fun. Stanford's science is why we fold.
  9. If you are folding as Pit_Crew for team 32 you won't get any credit for the points just the Pit_Crew will. When the race is over and we switch back to our own name and team. Then you will accumulate points for your own PPD.
  10. Cool Beans KNC the race is on and OCF is now in third place they need all the help they can get please sign in so Adek can put you on the list for the Pit_Crew. http://www.overclock...ad.php?t=730228 .
  11. shoot me a PM with a phone number to talk to you I may have your solution.
  12. Looks like the OCF guys are gonna have a pretty hefty payback to the Pit when the race is over Fold on all
  13. Thanks for the pat on the back.......this meager team is all heart, that's why I fold with them we give all we got and then some
  14. This is from OCFs forum............... 9:30 p.m was a good update for us. Our lead lengthened just a little more. Looking ahead, we will have to contend with those llittle "Ankle Biter" 4P systems of EVGA's, tomorrow, as they cycle through their returns of big advanced work units. That shouldn't be a worry for us. What IS a worry for us, will be in recruiting still more pc's, for our team. We have a large pc oriented community here, and so far, we have only touched upon a small pecentage of those who regularly participate on distribued computing teams (SETI, Rosetta) and of course, the Benchmarkers - but they're always ready for a chance to race a system! Now we need idea's to reach out to more people, and bring them into the race. Not much here for laptops, but anything bigger would be great. Think about what we can do to make that happen, and let's get on it tomorrow. In Basketball and Football, you win because you have a great defense. In the Chimp Challenge Race, you win because you can recruit effectively. You bring in more folders/racers to join your team. And I'd like to give a big thanks to the racers who have joined us for this race. We wouldn't be in first place, without your considerable help.
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