There is a reason for the difference in the number of frames... There are a few different cores that WU are generated for. One is Gromacs, one is QMD, etc. I think the QMD units score more points and have more frames.
You can tell which core is running when the unit initializes.
You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.
"I know, I know you are saying "sure there was some bad calls, but Jake Gyllenhaal obviously dropped too many easy catches and Ang Lee had some horrible clock management at the end of each half!"" (krakken2000)
About damn time, too. Maybe that was one really intensive work unit, seeing as it was just 400 frames, and I'd left the comp alone for long stretches. I think the current one's something like 10,000.
Originally posted by Guru ZimAlso, we are now in the top 5000 teams with just over 23,000 points. If we can get up to around 100k we will be in the top 2000 teams and then the cool stats sites will have way more information for our team.
See: extremeoverclocking.com under the folding stats, for example.
Have you seen the fahstats.com page? Lot of neat looking stats there
That's pretty cool! I think I prefer the layout of the folding.extremeoverclocking.com stats, but we won't be on there for a while due to the fact that they only track the top 2000 teams. We're about 70,000 points outside of the top 2000. Still, we're picking up points at a pretty good clip so we should be there within a few months.
I'll definitely bookmark that site for now.
(edited by Guru Zim on 26.3.06 1327) Ignorance is bliss for you, hell for me.
I had some random strangeness happen to me yesterday. I tried to play both "The Movies" and "Civilization IV", and I would get booted to the desktop every few minutes. The game would keep going (it wouldn't shut down), I'd just have to click the icon to go back into it.
I couldn't get a game to stay on my computer screen until I quit Folding@Home.
Yup, as long as I suspend the client while I play, it's all good. It threw me for a loop, as I thought I broke my computer. Good thing I remembered I installed Folding@Home before I tore my computer apart.
http://www.cnn.com/2004/TECH/space/09/02/space.signals.reut/index.html Wow, I'm not even sure what to say about this one. It will most likely turn out to be nothing, but even so, this could be something potentially amazing.