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April 2, 2005 9:54:20 PM

Folding@Home is a LARGE GRID COMPUTING effort. Presently over 1,000,000 computers and over 400,000 people have contributed. Present speed is approximately 200 Teraflops. Completely nonprofit and totally for humanities benefit. Join the team, it's kind of fun. :-D.

http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_overtake.php?s=&t=40051

http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_overtake.php?s=&t=40051&p=1



Seems other people/sites can claim they have great community spirit. Join us and show the world you have too. It's not everyday you're part of the top 100 teams in the world!!! Soon you'll be able to say you are.

Some things your (future) teammates have done:
1- Click here to read "Folding" as explained by "sjonnie".

2-"Spitfire_X86" created this growing list of cpu benchmarks but "ChipDeath" made pretty colors in the graphics forum.

"priyajeet" started a team to do protein folding for humanities benefit and to have this community recognized. We're team 40051 at http://folding.stanford.edu and we could use a little of your help.

Previous Threads:
http://forumz.tomshardware.com/hardware/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=201403#201403
http://forumz.tomshardware.com/hardware/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=199355#199355 http://forumz.tomshardware.com/hardware/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=197665#197665 http://forumz.tomshardware.com/hardware/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=197289#197289 http://forumz.tomshardware.com/hardware/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=196566#196566 http://forumz.tomshardware.com/hardware/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=195986#195986 http://forumz.tomshardware.com/hardware/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=195531#195531
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Come join us. We'd like to have you with us. There are over 100 of us Now and were nowhere near enough, we'd like your company. We're team 40051 at http://folding.stanford.edu.

History of Points Per Month
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2005/03 ... 471,193 points
2005/02 ... 399,360 points
2005/01 ... 272,116 points
2004/12 ... _88,116 points
2004/11 ... _59,470 points
2004/10 ... _19,497 points

Comming from relative obscurity to approximately 150th of 37,239 position(s) today. We've moved up over 1,000 positions since November 2004 and we're targeting the top 100 in the world!!! We've donated over a million points and we need more millions.

We're also giving away GMail just send a private message to "Flinx", "wusy", "priyajeet","Spitfire_x86", "ChipDeath" or "rugger" after completing 100 points. Contest ideas are welcome. T-shirts have been suggested but we need a nice design.

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!!! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK --- !!! YEAH TEAM !!!!!
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April 2, 2005 10:05:00 PM

<b>Members Changed: +1 Total 107</b> Welcome <b>"ijustdoeyes" </b>. Glad to "SEE" you!laugh]

<b>Kudos, Individual Milestones</b>: <A HREF="http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_summary.php..." target="_new">link</A>. Sorry if I miss any of you.
A round of applause for these people who have reached significant milestones this week

apesoccer ______ 100,000 - Ain't just bananas
sparky853 ______ _90,000 - Lighting up the world
me .___________ _70,000 - Go dude go
Xnilf ___________ _70,000 - Keeping them rolling
fishmahn _______ _20,000 - All the fishes in the deep blue sea
Stiffler_=)Ai(= ___ _20,000 - Go Stiffler
PapaSmurfey ____ _10,000 - Showing BLUE power
PaulDH _________ __5,000 - Thanks PaulDH - Keep on Folding
Ned_Flanders ____ __5,000 - Special thanks Ned - Good Job
Marcos .________ __1,000 - welcome to the 1,000 Club :smile:


<b>Project Rank: 151 (-2)</b> of 37239. We ARE going to make the top 100 teams in the world just stick together.

Not everyday that you can say you were part of the top 100 in the world. If you participate in our/your team you'll be able to tell everyone you were. (Kids will get a big kick). We're not in the top 100 yet ... but we will be. And you never know if this will lead to some large medical breakthroughs.

<b> !!! Go Team Go !!! </b>

"Molar" has suggest T-Shirts. We've had some interest and lots of people like the idea. If any of you have the inclination you might submit a design. Like the idea of molecules and Toms Logo.

We continue to look for even MORE contest/team ideas :-).

<b>Some people fold clothes .. some people fold proteins</b> (Molars T-shirt idea) ... Do you have a "saying" we can use? :smile:

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Come join us. We'd like to have you with us. There are over <b>100</b> of us Now and were nowhere near enough, we'd like your company. We're <b>team 40051</b> at <A HREF="http://folding.stanford.edu" target="_new">http://folding.stanford.edu&lt;/A>


The loving are the daring!
April 2, 2005 11:14:47 PM

Special Congrats Ned. 5,000 points is a long grind. Good job! ...

The loving are the daring!<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Flinx on 04/03/05 00:30 AM.</EM></FONT></P>
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April 3, 2005 11:44:35 AM

Thanks dude! 10K here I come!

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April 3, 2005 12:59:10 PM

You're about to cruise right on past me... :frown:

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April 3, 2005 1:22:39 PM

05.08.05, 8pm / 36 Days



Muhahahaha! :evil: 

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April 3, 2005 2:18:58 PM

*Walking along. Head down - kicks stone*
No Fair! I've got an old beater system!

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April 3, 2005 3:46:54 PM

Hey Rugger, :smile:

I can sympathize with you. I used to be #2 on the list till some guys got motivated. Hehe..I'm already kinda maxed out on machines. Been thinking of clandestine ways to improve my situation.

Anyway.. everything you've done you can be proud of. No need to hang your head. Walk proud and tall. Maybe you can think of a way to add another machine...if you feel like it.. and maybe not. Doesn't really matter. I'm proud of you and I'm sure lots of others are too.

<b> Good Folding Rugger </b>

The loving are the daring!
April 3, 2005 9:50:50 PM

okay, i'm convinced i'll join and help you guys,
i can get it working on two 3200+90nm computers for now, i've downloaded te program and entered your team number in the little, box do i need to do anything else

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great minds think alike, fools seldom differ...
April 4, 2005 2:06:17 AM

There is an option to allow large memory users. It will allow you to get memory intensive WUs. They tend to go really quickly on the A64s. Quick (like 300+points/day) is good. Just right click the tray icon, left click configure, click connection, and check the box at the bottom left.
April 4, 2005 7:19:43 AM

Welcome aboard.

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Welcome to my Shed of Pleasure
April 4, 2005 8:26:08 AM

will one gig of memory be sufficient for the mem intensive WUs or will have to put another two 512 dimms in?

and thanks

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great minds think alike, fools seldom differ...
April 4, 2005 8:52:27 AM

The most I've seen them use is 100mb, so a gig may be overkill.
April 4, 2005 9:28:55 AM

i'm being paranoid here, but it runs fine with a few cs source games, but i dont think the new mem intensive WUs will be downloaded untill i finish this one, the game was cripled once (kinda a half crash half slowdown to till unplayable) but never more than expected with my system building skill



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great minds think alike, fools seldom differ...
April 4, 2005 9:32:12 AM

I generally quit folding before I start a game.
If you are doing the big WUs, it becomes more important, as the WU holds onto the memory.
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April 4, 2005 1:49:25 PM

:smile: Was jsut kidding - i'm happy with my performance to date. Holding off on the new system build for a while longer. I'm talking my bro-in-law into joining the team. He has a 800Mhz PIII, but every bit helps - I'll have to prod some more to make that happen anytime soon...

I definitely want to add as many machines as possible. just have to <b>find</b> them and get the software loaded.

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<font color=red>You're a boil on the arse of progress - don't make me squeeze you!</font color=red>
April 4, 2005 10:11:50 PM

Hi TedLogan,

Welcome aboard! I see you have already been greeted but let me extend my own as well.

A little patience and some dedication will get you moving up the ranks.



The loving are the daring!
April 6, 2005 12:57:04 AM

<b>Members Changed: +0 Total 107</b>

<b>Kudos, Individual Milestones</b>: <A HREF="http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_summary.php..." target="_new">link</A>. Sorry if I miss any of you.
A round of applause for these people who have reached significant milestones this week

Jimbomanx ______ 10,000 - Good Work Jimbo
palmerq _________ 10,000 - Hitting Your Stride
Linus Laurin _______ 5,000 - Well done Linus
jaimegr __________ 1,000 - Welcome to the 1,000 point club.

<b> Three Cheers for Our People.. Hip Hip Hooray!!!</b>

<b>Project Rank: 148 (-3)</b> of 37309. We ARE going to make the top 100 teams in the world just stick together.

Our average has been slipping although we've been adding team members. This is probably due to the molecules available and the points you get for them. Don't despair other teams are getting the same. Also, someone reported spotting those juicy 600 pointers in their queue. Maybe you/we'll get some.

<b> !!! Go Team Go !!! </b>

"Molar" has suggested T-Shirts. We've had some interest and lots of people like the idea. If any of you have the inclination you might submit a design. Like the idea of molecules and Toms Logo.

How about beer "coasters". Anyone have a printer you can do that on? Maybe blank CD's?

We continue to look for even MORE contest/team ideas :-).

<b>Some people fold paper airplanes .. some people fold proteins</b> Be a big kid and do the latter. Do you have a "saying" we can use? :smile:

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Come join us. We'd like to have you with us. There are over <b>100</b> of us Now and were nowhere near enough, we'd like your company. We're <b>team 40051</b> at <A HREF="http://folding.stanford.edu" target="_new">http://folding.stanford.edu&lt;/A>


The loving are the daring!
April 6, 2005 9:30:57 AM

Got my first 600 pointer :) 

Current Work Unit
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Name: p1140_RIBO_FSpeptide_EXT
Download time: April 5 23:31:16
Due time: June 26 23:31:16
Progress: 13% [|_________]

Averaging about 40 minutes for every 2500 steps out of 250,000 steps on my Athlon XP 2500+ @ 2.09GHz

Signature X__________________________ <-- Sign here please.
April 6, 2005 4:08:34 PM

w00t!!!

Broke the 100K Barrier today :smile:

*Happy Dance*

<b>GO SPARKY GO</b>

Systems Running F@H:
AMD: [A64 3200+] [XP2800+ x2] [XP2400+]
Intel: [P4 2.8 x4] [P4 2.0] [P4 1.8] [P4 1.7] [P4 1.6 x2] [P4 1.4M] [Xeon 1.0] [Cel 1.0] [P3 ??]
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April 6, 2005 4:43:08 PM

CONGRATS!!

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<font color=red>You're a boil on the arse of progress - don't make me squeeze you!</font color=red>
April 6, 2005 5:00:07 PM

Coolness Sparky.

<pre> :eek:  <font color=purple>I express to you a hex value 84 with my ten binary 'digits'. :eek:  </font color=purple></pre><p>@ 185K -> 200,000 miles or bust!
April 6, 2005 5:43:35 PM

go sparky!!!
not only do you break the barrier, you hit it right on the spot! (at least at the time, I'm looking!)
wow! good work!! congrats!!
:lol: 
how did you do that??
April 6, 2005 5:55:42 PM

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Do you have a "saying" we can use?

Momma always said Folding@home was like a box of proteins. You never know what you're gonna get. - Folding Gump

Folding paper takes skill. Folding laundry takes time. Folding space takes one big arse power source. But folding proteins is free. - The Silver Phoenix Group

My fellow protein-based life forms, ask not what Folding@home can do for you: Ask what you can fold for Folding@home." - John Folding Kennedy

Whoa. Those proteins are like folding and stuff. - F@H Dude

Fourscore and seven years ago Folding@home brought forth on this internet a new program, conceived in science and dedicated to the proposition that not all proteins are folded equal. - Foldingham Lincoln

Do dit do da do de doh doh, dee bah do dit doh. Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doh de doh. Ha ha ha ha! - <A HREF="http://www.hampsterdance.com" target="_new">Hampton @ Hampsterdance</A><pre>I just had to toss that one in.</pre><p>
To err is human; to fold, divine. - Folding@home User

I'm folding it! - McFolding@homes

I don't wanna close my eyes. I don't wanna fall asleep. 'Cause I'd miss folding you, protein, and I don't wanna miss a thing. - Foldingsmith

Just as soon as I finish folding, then it's time I get some points. - Metallicprotein

I folded the protein, and it opened up my eyes I folded the protein. - Ace of Folding

Somewhere over the internet, way up high, there's a protein that I folded once for THGC. - Dorothy from F@H

Can fold this. (oh-oh oh oh oh-oh-oh) - MC Folder

Oh, I've got big work units. I've got big work units. And they're such big work units. Dirty big work units. And he's got big work units. And she's got big work units. But we've got the biggest work units of them all! - THGC/F@HC

Then folds my protein, my F@Hers at THGC: How great thou work unit. How great thou work unit. - The Ungodly Folders @ THGC

<pre> :eek:  <font color=purple>I express to you a hex value 84 with my ten binary 'digits'. :eek:  </font color=purple></pre><p>@ 185K -> 200,000 miles or bust!
April 6, 2005 7:50:09 PM

dude, seriously, the t shirt idea needs to go away.

go tell your alien brothers, that ronnie cordova says they're gay!!! <A HREF="http://sockbaby.com" target="_new"> sock baby </A>
April 6, 2005 9:29:22 PM

Hellooooooo.

Sorry for my long absense but work has been a killer(why dont you people brush your teeth?????). Anyway nice work on closing the gap from the high 150 to the low 150's. I finally hit 5000 today but have many more foldings to do.

Well I guess we could make some custom designed socks with the folding proteins all around it and walk around saying,"Where is sock baby?"

Team Shirts or Socks?


Molar
April 6, 2005 9:48:00 PM

ah, i get it now, molar, cause your a dentist!

go tell your alien brothers, that ronnie cordova says they're gay!!! <A HREF="http://sockbaby.com" target="_new"> sock baby </A>
April 7, 2005 2:01:51 AM

I have to say slvr_phoenix that I laughed my ass off on you Folding sayings.

Loved them :D  !!! Hope everyone reads them and gets a chuckle. Thanks! :lol: 




The loving are the daring!
April 7, 2005 1:16:50 PM

i agree, bloody funny

still, has anyone tried to hibenate their computer with folding running, because i tried twice and both times my pc wouldn't start up without deleting all restorative data, i didn't loose any data mind you and i kept on folding from where i left off so it's not too much of a problem, um yeah, the hibernating still didn't work soo i was just wondering is anyone else had this problem

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great minds think alike, fools seldom differ...
April 7, 2005 6:51:57 PM

Quote:
dude, seriously, the t shirt idea needs to go away.

Yeah, I don't get to wear t-shirts too often (and typically I don't wear them even when I can) so I'm not so keen on the t-shirt idea either. :\ But hey.

Maybe someone could write a THGC F@H screen saver? Or maybe an Outlook autosignature plugin? :(  I don't know. I can't think of anything good.

Although... I did like the notion of begging hardware companies for handouts to award as prizes. I'm not sure of a fair system to award those prizes though.

But maybe if someone actually made a cool THGC F@H website as a shameless promotion for hardware companies to get a woody over seeing their logo prominantly displayed at along with pictures of sickeningly happy THGC prize winners with their product(s), maybe that'd increase our chances of actually convincing some hardware company to give us pretty shinies to hand out.

I wonder if it would be possible to organize some kind of official gathering with webcasts of folks who wanted to attend but couldn't for the press factor.

I mean, really, we do rank pretty high as a team, especially for as ragtag as we are. And it's for a cool cause. So you'd think that if we marketed things right we could get some cool free stuff and a few of our smiling faces published. Maybe someone with a crappy old dinosaur could even be awarded a shiny new PC to fold with.

Of course, then again, I am crazy. :eek: 

<pre> :eek:  <font color=purple>I express to you a hex value 84 with my ten binary 'digits'. :eek:  </font color=purple></pre><p>@ 185K -> 200,000 miles or bust!
April 7, 2005 11:26:35 PM

<b>Members Changed: +1 Total 108</b> Welcome aboard "Theo Binney".. may all your folding be fun and productive. If you haven't done so already turning on large molecules if u have a good bit of memory will help you get bigger molecules.

<b>Kudos, Individual Milestones</b>: <A HREF="http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_summary.php..." target="_new">link</A>. Sorry if I miss any of you.
A round of applause for these people who have reached significant milestones this week

<b>Sparky853 ______ 100,000</b> - Celebration... come on .. A special one Sparky
Stefan ____________ 60,000 - I always like that number
MolarMan __________ 5,000 - Got there faster than a cavity
Marcos ____________ 1,000 - A new 1K club member

<b> Three Cheers for Our People.. Hip Hip Hooray!!!</b>

<b>Project Rank: 147 (-1)</b> of 37349. We ARE going to make the top 100 teams in the world just stick together.

Those juicy 600 pointers should be rolling in soon. I hope it ups our average a bit. I think/hope some people are not reporting because it's taking awhile for the long fold queues to clear

<b> !!! Go Team Go !!! </b>

"Molar" has suggested T-Shirts. We've had some interest and some people like the idea. If any of you have the inclination you might submit a design. Like the idea of molecules and Toms Logo and even if we don't do T-shirts it could be good elsewhere.

How about beer "coasters" or "keychains". Maybe blank CD's? Special cheesies. Maybe a nice chocolate cake.

We continue to look for even MORE contest/team ideas :-).

<b>Are you tired of folding your socks?</b> Well then check out our folding team its where we all ended up!!! Do you have a "saying" we can use? :smile: (P.S. If you haven't seen it already you just have to read the list in the CPU forum submited by "slvr_phoenix" :smile:

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Come join us. We'd like to have you with us. There are over <b>100</b> of us Now and were nowhere near enough, we'd like your company. We're <b>team 40051</b> at <A HREF="http://folding.stanford.edu" target="_new">http://folding.stanford.edu&lt;/A>


The loving are the daring!
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April 10, 2005 2:35:23 AM

Bringing it back up and to ask a question.
I reinstalled XP SP2 on C drive folding is on E drive. Can I reinstall over to get the autostart options back? without losing the running fold?
I'm losing folding time on one slow machine working on a 400 pointer and it is almost finished.
. .
Please Fold for someone you know.

I aint signing nothing!!!
April 10, 2005 3:09:39 AM

Rick,

Far as I know copy the entire directory elsewhere. re-install and then copy the directory back

You can always check the settings and tweak them again after.

The loving are the daring!
April 10, 2005 4:03:44 AM

Just copy f@h into program files, then reload.
April 10, 2005 10:37:15 AM

Hi folks!
Today, I'm trying a different motivational apporach:
I woke up and looked at the stats (like I do every day, of course) and I didn't like what I saw there: We've got a new threat! It's "Mozillazine", a team a little older than ours (judging from their team-number and date of first contribution) - and their average has just notched a little over ours - BUT! - they've got 41(!) new team-members in the last 7 days, so their average is bound to increase over the next few weeks and we may well have to keep an eye on them!!
So, here's what I say: Start recruiting new members/machines now, so we can fight back those mozillazine-readers when they'll eventually reach us (which will be sooner than the currently advertised 2088 days IMO)!!
cheers! congrats to me! (did you win the race with flinx, or was there none?) and to ChipDeath! (look out!!) and of course, to Huh, SidVicious and all the others who made a milestone, recently!
April 10, 2005 10:51:45 AM

It's not a race. Flinx and I were trying to get into the top 10k of folders. That was too easy, so I suggested we go for the top 1%. At the time, that was about 80K points. Now it's at about 90K. After that, I'm just going to try to find a new goal. The top 1K is too far away. Nice short goals help keep "me" focused.
April 10, 2005 12:53:10 PM

well, I think, being in the top 5K folders, like you both are, is also quite a remarkable achievment! (unfortunately) it's not a short term goal: keep ahead of me! :smile:
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April 10, 2005 1:07:15 PM

Cool ,back up and auto running.
Thanks guys. I can build and overclock the hell out of hardware. But with software I'm like DUUUHHHHH???????
Could we maybe change the title to "THGC Needs You. ??
With all of the support we give out to anyone and everyone (and the lack of support from the site itself).
We might get a few more folders if people thought they were supporting US instead of Toms.

Just a thought.

I aint signing nothing!!!<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Rick_Criswell on 04/10/05 09:13 AM.</EM></FONT></P>
April 10, 2005 1:23:35 PM

Well some of the threads have been around to long to change but every once in awhile I start a fresh thread and I can do that for sure.

Thanks for the suggestion.

The loving are the daring!
April 11, 2005 2:11:21 AM

<b>Members Changed: +0 Total 108</b> No new members over the last few days. I'm sure we'll get to 110 though.

<b>Kudos, Individual Milestones</b>: <A HREF="http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_summary.php..." target="_new">link</A>. Sorry if I miss any of you.
A round of applause for these people who have reached significant milestones this week

<b>Sparky853 ______ 100,000</b> - Celebration... come on .. A special one Sparky
me ______________ 80,000 - You got there before I did :lol: 
ChipDeath _________ 70,000 - Nice job there. If you keep it up you'll be able to catch me
Stefan ____________ 60,000 - I always like that number
Huh ______________ 30,000 - Thanks for hanging in there with us
SidVicious _________ 30,000 - Another long time folder. Thanks!
xponchox _________ 20,000 - A fast climber
palmerg __________ 10,000 - A nice generous number
Jimbomanx ________ 10,000 - As always, thank you Jimbo
MolarMan __________ 5,000 - Got there faster than a cavity
Linus_Laurin ________ 5,000 - Congrats! Nice work.
jaimegmr __________ 1,000 - New 1K club member! Yeah!
Nichoel ____________ 1,000 - new 1k club member! Persistence pays! Thanks!

<b> Three Cheers for Our People.. Hip Hip Hooray!!!</b>

<b>Project Rank: 147 (-1)</b> of 37349. We ARE going to make the top 100 teams in the world just stick together.

The team average is starting to go back up. Like mine. Some of those juicy 600 pointers came our way. Last week our average was still over 100,000 points so we're doing ok but things seem to have dropped off a bit here and there. Good new is that pretty soon we'll be hitting 1.5M points; another worthwhile celebration.

We have three contributors over 100k points. That's not bad. 100k is a very nice tarket for the multimachine folders. 20k or 25k is really nice target for the single machine folder. We have over 30 people who are in the top 1% of individual contributors and our team is certainly there too.

Was another good week fellow folders. Can't be bad at all when you do a good turn.

<b> !!! Go Team Go !!! </b>

If any of you have the inclination you might submit a design. Like the idea of molecules and Toms Logo and even if we don't do T-shirts it could be good elsewhere.

We continue to look for even MORE contest/team ideas :-).

<b>Are you tired of folding your socks?</b> Well then check out our folding team its where we all ended up!!! Do you have a "saying" we can use? :smile: (P.S. If you haven't seen it already you just have to read the list in the CPU forum submited by "slvr_phoenix" :smile:

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Come join us. We'd like to have you with us. There are over <b>100</b> of us Now and were nowhere near enough, we'd like your company. We're <b>team 40051</b> at <A HREF="http://folding.stanford.edu" target="_new">http://folding.stanford.edu&lt;/A>


The loving are the daring!
April 11, 2005 2:34:33 AM

Quote:
We have over 30 people who are in the top 1% of individual contributors and our team is certainly there too.

You mean 10% right? 1% of 446000 is 4460.
April 11, 2005 8:29:06 PM

Congrats to all the new mile stones or for those hippies mild stone! I will try to get a few more involved to see if maybe we can push this puppy a little faster.

Molar<---I fold the laundry because my wife told me to do it..... I fold proteins because I want to do it.
April 12, 2005 4:13:49 AM

Sorry about the missing zero. It was nothing.. really :smile: .

Yes, 10% or the people, 1% for the team. Although we do have 3 in the 1% range and you and I are comming up to that.


The loving are the daring!
April 12, 2005 4:22:22 PM

<b>1.5M!!!</b>
Celebrations!!
:lol: 
cheers!
April 12, 2005 4:49:49 PM

Quote:
We have over 30 people who are in the top 1% of individual contributors and our team is certainly there too.

Quote:
You mean 10% right? 1% of 446000 is 4460.

hmm; I'd like to mediate here... -- it all depends on what you're counting: Total points or "Daily Average"? I think, the "Daily Average" is a good indicator of a teams current contribution to the folding communitiy.
Here's a small list from this update: 04.12.05, 9am CDT
The first column is the team-rank, then alias used with FAH and the last column states the overall rank, sorted by daily average:
1. sjonnie 176
2. apesoccer 356
3. sparky853 553
4. Stefan 664
5. Xnilf 1107
6. me 1445
7. ChipDeath 2099
8. Folken 2339
9. fishman 2549
10. Stiffler_=)Ai(= 3007
11. acron1 3128
12. Molarman777_the_original_MOLAR 3602
13. Huh 3726
14. Jimbomanx 4097
15. MasterPooBaa 4271
(16. palmerg 4483)
Total Users counted by ExtremeOC: 446712
So: palmerg is just outside of the 1st %! That means, we've got 15 people in the top 1% of <b>current</b> contributors!
cheers!
April 12, 2005 10:10:47 PM

I'll drink to that.

*raises glass*

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Winnie 3200+ @ ~2.5Ghz, ~1.41V
1Gb @ 209Mhz, 2T, 3-5-5-10
Asus 6800GT 128Mb
April 13, 2005 2:35:06 AM

Quote:
Total Users counted by ExtremeOC: 446712

I hate to burst your bubble but according to F@H stats, there are only 160K active cpus right now, so to compare 1 day's performance, 10% would be < 1600, so the cut off would be after "me".
It is also a rather unusual day that "me" is 6th in that list.
April 13, 2005 4:03:09 PM

phew! :redface: of course, you're right!
that's accurate!
the only thing, I'd like to challenge is your
"10% would be < 1600"
where I think, now that's one zero to many!
(ie. 1% would be < 1600!!!) :lol: 
April 13, 2005 4:17:29 PM

i got another friend to do folding@home, he wont end up contributing much but he'll do his part, i hope

his user name should just be: 'richard_turner'
ironicly his first wu is 400frames long so he wont be on the list for a fair few days

i dont think i ever told anyoine my user name which is: 'theo_binney'

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great minds think alike, fools seldom differ...<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by tedlogun on 04/13/05 05:49 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
April 14, 2005 12:39:01 AM

My what intersting stats. Makes me feel better about my contribution.

Did you notice that "Mozillaine" is chasing us? They are in postion 184. They seemed to have upped their production significantly. <b> They have added 26 people to their team in the last 7 days!!!!</b> Fortuneately, they seem to be modest folders for the most part. Still 26 .. wow.

Oh and keep recruiting Ted; good job.

The loving are the daring!
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