I've had a WinTV Theater card for several years, and it's worked great. A few months ago, I finally got an HDTV, and I'm amazed at the difference between S-Video and Component inputs. The problem is, however, I can't seem to find any standalone cards with component input. I've noticed there...
Well, I tried to reformat my laptop (to remove the bloatware that I have to shut down every reboot), and now my wireless isn't working (Fn+F2 yields no result, neither the WiFi light nor any connection!)
I had my wireless adapter off before I reformatted it (via Fn+F2), and now I can't get it...
I'm using an older PS2.. SCPH-30001 I'm not sure which "version" it is, but I got it in June of 2001.
edit: I should also mention that the discs themselves are really clean.. surprisingly clean for a game bought used at a gamestop. there are practically no scratches on the discs themselves.
Well, after picking up MGS2 (and that was after playing MGA), I wanted to see some of the story from the rest of the series. I tried to figure out which version of MGS is the best to get. I wound up with the PS1 version becuase of reported problems trying to get the FMV's to work (and, to a...
Can I mix the 35% off coupon with my academic/school discount? That would be a good deal for the XPS I plan on picking up. Even without the academic discount, 35% would be a deal worth picking up.
Thanks for the links to the sites..definitely something I can use on a regular basis, for many things.
It's also good to know about the differences in screens.. I had no idea they had two different manufacturers for the screens.
Theres plenty of selection on ebags.com, as well.
I've been looking at getting a laptop for a while now, for school, and various trips. I will be doing some schoolwork on it, but I expect to be doing plenty of gaming on it as well.
As a result, I think I've pretty much narrowed my choice down to the XPS Gen 2. I know I'll be paying a...
It's a 733MHz Mobile celeron I believe (128K L2/133MHz FSB).
I've heard of people soldering on P3 Tualatins on that board.. but unless you have an extra xbox to burn.. I wouldn't suggest it (although Tualatins make really good folders).
heh.. if that's the case, we'd be measuring it's output in Frames Per Second, as if F@H has become a First-Person shooter of sorts. :)
Should you get permission, you should let Vijay know. I'm sure he'd be elated to hear that.
That's probably about right. You can get some extra speed (or more points) by just using -advmethods -forceasm -forceSSE, and waiting until the next workunit. It'll use SSE, which will give a good speed boost. If your time per frame doesnt go down, your points per day should.
got a quick question here, as things are still somewhat ambiguous.
Which is the fastest linux client? Is it still 3.24/3.25-LinuxB? or did they implement those fixes/speed improvements into the latest version?
Well, I remember the LinuxB client being about equal to the win32 client (but I believe it was gromacs only, but I will run only gromacs on these CPUs), but I don't know if the linux client now has the same optimizations. I assume it does, but can someone confirm it for me?
Pics... I'll work...
I finally got the A7M266-D back from RMA. Turns out the old one had broken traces around CPU0. This wasn't covered under warranty, so I took a refurb for 40 bucks and I still keep the remainder of my warranty (over a year left).
I brought it up yesterday with two MP 2000+'s, it's now...
The best ones (at this point) for farming (as far as click-and-go) would probably be DF and FAD. FAD has the advantage of having a built-in queue server, and you only have ONE executable (on that server). You can change that executable and just wait for the machines to be rebooted (or reboot...
You only need to enter in team 33.
If you JUST installed the F@H client, you already have the version 4 client.
You do not need to list yourself on hardfolding.com to become a part of the team. That's completely optional. To do that theres a submission page somewhere on the site, where...
I'm in the process of upgraing a few machines from P3 450's to Tualatin Celeron 1400's. I have one folding now, and its about to turn in its first WU. I dont have any comparison though, because I havent done any calculations on PPDG with them.
They do well folding, but with the speed...
I believe that has been attempted already, before the 'new' website was put up. Calavaro can elaborate if he wants to.
Other than that comment, I'm staying out of this. I don't have the time to do the work, and quite frankly, I can't say I care anymore. Whatever turns your crank.