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Folding (OC-X) Update!
Posted by: Hooz on: 05/15/2005 02:38 PM [ Print | 5 comment(s) ]
Team 3074's own "OC-AMD" ("OC-X" in the forums) has surpassed yet another major milestone in the folding community... The 20 million point mark! That's right. As of this posting, OC-AMD is sitting on a cool 20,003,402 points! What an amazing feat! Congratulations OC on a job well done. Our "little team that could" is still chugging away, but we could always use some more horsepower. If you'd like to learn how you can put your machines to work helping humanity, swing by our ever-friendly Distributed Computing Forums and check out all of the projects that we participate in. Maybe you too will find one that fits!
is home now
#36421 Posted on: 05/16/2005 12:11 AM
121 total Ghz, 304GB in total memory... Arch Linux - stable : 3930k @ 4.4Ghz, 64GB DDR3, 120GB Samsung 840, HX850 DAS - Norco 4020 - 20x Seagate 3TB, 1KW PSU FBSD 10 ZFS server - SM Chassis, SM X8DTE, 2x L5520 Xeons, 48GB Reg DDR3 ULP, IBM 5015 w/ 512MB DDR2 cache, RAID-50 - 42TB storage Dell C6100 - 4 nodes, 2 1.1KW psu's, 2x L5520s, 6x e5530s, 192GB reg DDR3 (48GB each), F@H, etc
SMP aficionado too
#36422 Posted on: 05/16/2005 03:33 AM
Awesome achivement Jim :cool:
It's only going to take me another 59 years to get there
Iwill DH800, 2GB (2x1024) OCZ4002048PFDC-K 2.5-3-3-8-1t Dual Prestionia Xeons 2.4 M0 @1.50v 220Mhz 3.3GHz Location: 42.3 N 122.9 W Medford, Oregon, USA
#36423 Posted on: 05/16/2005 05:08 AM
Its an amazing achievement OC-X.
If any one else wants to chip in some idle time on their computer to assist [URL=http://folding.stanford.edu/]Stanford University's Protein Folding Project[/URL]
"when proteins do not fold correctly (i.e. "misfold"), there can be serious effects, including many well known diseases, such as Alzheimer's, Mad Cow (BSE), CJD, ALS, Huntington's, and Parkinson's disease."
"Folding@Home is a distributed computing project which studies protein folding, misfolding, aggregation, and related diseases. We use novel computational methods and large scale distributed computing, to simulate timescales thousands to millions of times longer than previously achieved. This has allowed us to simulate folding for the first time, and to now direct our approach to examine folding related disease."
Pleaes come and join the 2CPU folding team!!
#36424 Posted on: 05/17/2005 12:45 AM
See you at 30 million OC-X!
#36425 Posted on: 05/17/2005 03:28 AM