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  1. Thread: Sick Willie?

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    Re: Sick Willie?

    The King is dead. Long live the King. ;)

    I don't think that there are too many folders who would re-start under a different name with such a high position in world folding scores. I admire your...
  2. Thread: Sick Willie?

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    Sick Willie?

    I know that the extremeoverclocking stats are down at present but I took a look at the kakao stats and Sick Willie looks as though he stopped folding on 25Dec2011. What's happened to him?

    I...
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    Re: Not down but limited

    No, you didn't. I lived in Cheltenham at the end of the 60s. I was in the RAF at the time and working on the Red Arrows at Kemble. I was about to leave the forces and so I moved to Stroud, (south of...
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    Re: Not down but limited

    Good to see you still folding with 734, BG. I know just how you feel, but I'll go on folding in memory of my young brother, which is why I started all those years ago.

    It's a bit chilly over here...
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    Re: Time to add a new name to the Folding Video

    I don't post much here but I have been keeping my eye on this thread. You have many friends here, Glasman, as I'm sure you do elsewhere. We all want the same for you.

    Get well soon. Keep your...
  6. Thread: 100 million!

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    100 million!

    Yesterday Sick Willie got to an unbelieveable milestone.

    100,000,000

    He's 31st in world rankings, and has been folding with team 734 since summer 2001. Always a 'big hitter' - his point...
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    Anyone got one of these yet?

    I've picked up a a0 project 1796 overnight:-


    [02:13:57] + Processing work unit
    [02:13:57] Work type a0 not eligible for variable processors
    [02:13:57] Core required: FahCore_a0.exe
    [02:13:57]...
  8. Re: Fatal Errors with Gromacs Core v2.17 / heads up

    This is beginning to look like another one of those Stanford foul-ups. I've had six A3 EUEs today and all with the new core 2.17. Despite turning down the overclocking to a standard non-overclocked...
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    Re: A3 bonus suspension?

    They say they've fixed the problem now, but the units that were returned whilst the problem existed are unlikely to be traced.

    Call me a cynical ol' git, but bonus points are just going to be...
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    Re: A3 bonus suspension?

    No, I don't think that you have interpreted the rules correctly there GlasMan.

    See this post, http://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=58&t=13847

    It seems as though Stanford does have a problem....
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    A3 bonus suspension?

    I returned two A3s this morning in the usual 94% of the time. With well over 100 of these completed on each of my machines, all above the bonus time frame, I was awarded 957 points for the two.

    Is...
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    Re: Folding Frogs Whoohoo Thread

    Thanks joeyg.

    I don't know if anyone has seen the amount of ppd for the 105 active frog members that we have....5,240.:cool: We might be overtaken in the team stats, but there's not too many...
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    Re: Folding Frogs Whoohoo Thread

    Many congratulations Noorman, on reaching 5,000,000. Break out the Heiniken.:D
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    Re: Folding Frogs Whoohoo Thread

    Well done J. Nice little battle we're having isn't it? :D
  15. Thread: i7 Upgrade

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    Re: i7 Upgrade

    The latest version of AVG, (version 9), is very good. I don't use it myself as I prefer Avast v5, but either one is better than most anti-virus software. Also Window 7 is better than XP for security,...
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    Re: I've been Folding Since........

    You can get some idea of how long each member has been folding for a team by looking at their user number, which is listed in EOCs stats. Take a look at any users summary. The numbers are not...
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    Re: Who else folds with Linux?

    I've been using Linux for almost 4 years, and have mainly used Ubuntu 64bit since version 6.04 for SMP folding. Things have really improved over the years and all my work is Linux based so Windows is...
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    Re: New Linux Ubuntu (family) 9.10 released !

    Although I've been very busy work wise, and not much time for folding, I've been running the Ubuntu 9.10 betas for a few weeks and there's no problems with SMP folding. The new kernel is no faster or...
  19. Thread: p2677 bad WU'?

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    Re: p2677 bad WU'?

    My 9550 quads run about 5 degrees hotter because they're running at 99-100%, where they used to only run around 92-95%. This is with native Linux - Ubuntu 9.04. The frame times however are about 30%...
  20. Thread: p2677 bad WU'?

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    Re: p2677 bad WU'?

    The Linux SMP core 2.10 runs all Linux/VM SMP folding.
  21. Thread: p2677 bad WU'?

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    Re: p2677 bad WU'?

    It's nothing to do with bad WUs fellas. Take a look at my post, http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.php?t=466306

    When Stanford get their act together and fix that core v2.10 we'll be back to the...
  22. Thread: New SMP cores

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    Re: New SMP cores

    It looks as though core 2.10 is faulty. It runs at almost 100%, but the frame times have increased by about 12-15%. Unfortunately, the new versions are being force fed at the WU download so I'm going...
  23. Thread: New SMP cores

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    New SMP cores

    Just a heads up for those of you who are folding with Linux SMP. There has been a new A2 core released recently, (version 2.08), and it has been less than stable.:rolleyes: The main forum at...
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    Poll: Re: Which Linux distro are you using for F@H?

    Ubuntu 9.04 64bit with the 2.6.28-14 kernel at present.

    After trying the Windows 7 beta over a period of some weeks, I came to the conclusion that Microsoft still can't produce a decent OS. Ok,...
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    Re: A1 core times and Linux kernels

    Yes, the kernel in the Ubuntu 9.04 beta is going to be in the final. The emphasis is on improved speed of loading and operation, which everyone had to agree wasn't wonderful in the last few releases....
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