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  1. #1
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    Lightbulb Would you like to help out the new 3DBuzz Folding team?

    Hay all, I have been Folding for a while and I got to thinking that a lot of us would have high powered computers to render stuff that would be nice to add to the cause. I have started a 3DBuzz team (#50934) for us to join.

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    Count me in, I've been folding for a while too but I've never folded for a team before, I'm actually surprised that this is the first time someone has set up a 3DBuzz folding team, it's a great idea.

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    with all of the workstation PCs here we could do very well for our self.

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    whats the difference between that and something like this...
    http://www.grid.org/projects/hpf/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nem
    whats the difference between that and something like this...
    http://www.grid.org/projects/hpf/
    I'm not entirely sure, although i have heard people who do folding@home talk about united devices before, which has something to do with that grid.org link. I think they are just different projects working toward the same goal, but folding@home seems to be the most popular one.

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    grid.org is another distributed computing system. It's geared to more general uses so that other groups can come to them and contract for some time on their virtual super computer. United Devices is the name of the client software and a website for the volunteers. The UD client is like a virtual machine so it can be used for a lot of different projects.

    Folding@Home is dedicated to protein folding research.
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  7. #7
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    You can count me in too


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    ive signed up too, but should i use the graphical interface or will the command line one be faster?

  9. #9
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    me too..

    how do we find our team number?
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    Quote Originally Posted by josephhkim
    me too..

    how do we find our team number?
    By going here:

    Quote Originally Posted by AnotherBrian
    It's 50934


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