# All Inclusive DC Project list

#### Gilthanis

##### [H]ard|DCer of the Year - 2014
Ledger
A - Android
D - DOS
i - iOS
L - Linux
M - Mac
O - OS/2
S - Solaris
V - The project is part of the DC-Vault
W - Windows
X - AIX
1 - Intel/AMD CPU
2 - Power PC
3 - ARM
4 - nVidia GPU
5 - AMD/ATI GPU
6 - Intel GPU
7 - PS3
8 - SPARC
9 - ASIC or FPGA
10 - MIPS
* - There are apps, but the project/subproject is not active

BOINC Projects

123Numbers - The Van Der Waerden Numbers project (123numbers.org) aims to find better lower bounds for these numbers. The sequence of colors BRRBBRRB (where B is blue and R is red) does not have an evenly spaced subsequence of length 3 that are the same color. However, if you add a B to the end, you get BRRBBRRBB, which has the same color blue in positions 1,5, and 9 which are evenly spaced 4 apart. If you add an R to the end, you get BRRBBRRBR, which has R at position 3, 6, and 9. In fact, with only two colors, there is no sequence of length 9 of Bs and Rs that does not have a subsequence of 3 evenly spaced of the same color. Van der Waerden's Theorem states that for any number of colors r and length k, a long enough sequence always has an evenly spaced subsequence of the same color. The smallest length guaranteed to have an evenly spaced subsequence is called the Van Der Waerden Number and is written W(k,r). For example, W(3,2)=9 in the example above. This project aims to find better lower bounds for Van Der Waerden Numbers by finding sequences like BRRBBRRB using large prime numbers with special properties.
http://123numbers.org/
http://www.123numbers.org/forum_forum.php?id=12
L, W, 1

ABC@home - ABC@home is an educational and non-profit distributed computing project finding abc-triples related to the ABC conjecture.
http://abcathome.com/
L, M, W, 1, 2

Albert@Home - is a test project ran by the Einstein@Home team. You are welcome to join if you want to help us test features or fixes that may later be transferred to Einstein@Home
http://albert.phys.uwm.edu/
A, W, L, M, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6

Asteroids@home - The project Asteroids@home was started with the aim to significantly enlarge our knowledge of physical properties of asteroids.
http://asteroidsathome.net/boinc/
http://asteroidsathome.net/boinc/forum_forum.php?id=34
A, W, L, M, V, 1, 3, 4, 5

Atlas@home - ATLAS is a particle physics experiment taking place at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, that searches for new particles and processes using head-on collisions of protons of extraordinary high energy.
http://atlasathome.cern.ch/index.php
http://atlasathome.cern.ch/forum_forum.php?id=14
W, L, 1 - The OS currently needs to be 64bit 6/25/14

BealF@home - BealF@Home project is part of the Master Thesis: 'Testing Beal conjecture using supercomputers and distributed computing platform BOINC'.
http://bealf.pl/bealf/
http://bealf.pl/bealf/forum_forum.php?id=11
L, 1

Beauty@LHC - Beauty@LHC is a research project that uses volunteers' computers to do research in particle physics.
The invite code is charm
http://lhcbathome.cern.ch/Beauty/
http://lhcbathome.cern.ch/Beauty/forum_forum.php?id=1
L, M, W, 1

BitcoinUtopia - This project mines cryptocurrency and donates them to predefined research projects.
http://www.bitcoinutopia.net/bitcoinutopia/ - invite code now required. Please, ask henri@bitcoinutopia.com to provide you the invitation code.
http://www.bitcoinutopia.net/bitcoinutopia/forum_forum.php?id=12
W, L, 1, 4, 5, 9
This project requires Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package for 32bit in order to do CUDA GPU work

BOINC@Fiit - is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in different projects at Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies, Slovak university of technology in Bratislava.
http://boinc.fiit.stuba.sk/
L, W, 1

BURP - BURP aims to develop a publicly distributed system for rendering 3D animations.
http://burp.renderfarming.net/
http://burp.renderfarming.net/forum_forum.php?id=20
W, L, 1, 4

CAS - Therefore, CAS@home supports multiple applications. Physics, biochemistry, others
http://casathome.ihep.ac.cn/
W, L, 1

CERN CMS-dev - This is a project that utilizes the CERN-developed CernVM virtual machine and the BOINC virtualization layer to harness volunteer cloud computing power for full-fledged LHC event physics simulation on volunteer computers. If you would still like to join this nascent project, then please send an e-mail to Ivan.Reid@CERN.ch with the Subject: "CMS@Home Request. This in turn will be used to provide you with an invitation code that is used during account creation.
http://boincai05.cern.ch/CMS-dev/
http://boincai05.cern.ch/CMS-dev/forum_forum.php?id=11
L, M, W, 1

Charity Engine - Charity Engine was created to enable millions of home PCs to raise millions of dollars for the best possible causes, all thanks to spare computing power that nobody is using anyway.
http://www.charityengine.com/
L, W, 1
* - Note that this project does not let you join teams and will count all of your points to their team at the projects it attaches to. You also must use this as your account manager rather than attaching as an individual project. You are then entered into a drawing to win money a number of times determined by how much you contribute. You also will not see your points show up under BOINCStats of other stats sites as they do not report your contributions like other BOINC projects do. It is also considered an account manager like BOINCStats BAM! is.

Citizen Science Grid - This is the umbrella project that now houses 3 formerly separate projects (DNA, SubsetSum, Wildlife). The University of North Dakota Citizen Science Grid is run by Travis Desell, an Assistant Professor in UND's Computer Science Department. It is hosted by UND's Computational Research Center and Information Technology Systems and Services. The CSG is dedicated to supporting a wide range of research and educational projects using volunteer computing and citizen science, which you can read about and visit below.
W, L, M, V, 1
http://volunteer.cs.und.edu/csg/

Climate Prediction - Our computer models simulate the climate for the next century, producing predictions of temperature, rainfall and the probability of extreme weather events. The more models that are run, the more evidence we gather on climate change.
http://www.climateprediction.net/
W, L, M, 1

Collatz Conjecture - is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in mathematics, specifically testing the Collatz Conjecture also known as 3x+1 or HOTPO (half or triple plus one). You probably need to install the latest Microsoft Visual C++ runtime for Windows systems (64bit systesm will need both x86 and x64 versions installed)http://boinc.thesonntags.com/collatz/forum_thread.php?id=1331#21330
This project now requires Visual Studio 2012 C++ runtime on Windows machines
http://boinc.thesonntags.com/collatz/
http://boinc.thesonntags.com/collatz/forum_forum.php?id=41
A, W, L, M, V, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10

Constellation - is a platform for research projects that use Internet-connected computers to do research in various aerospace related sciences and engineering.
http://aerospaceresearch.net/constellation/
W, L, M, 1

Correlizer - Revealing the Mysteries of Genome Organization
http://svahesrv2.bioquant.uni-heidelberg.de/correlizer/
None currently

Cosmology - The goal of Cosmology@home is to search for the model that best describes our Universe and to find the range of models that agree with the available astronomical and particle physics data.
http://www.cosmologyathome.org/
http://www.cosmologyathome.org/forum_forum.php?id=51
W, L, V, 1

DENIS@Home - DENIS (Distributed computing. Electrophysiological models. Networking collaboration. In silico research. Sharing knowledge) is a research project that uses volunteers to do research in cardiac electrophysiology.
http://denis.usj.es/denisathome/
http://denis.usj.es/denisathome/forum_forum.php?id=12
L, W, V, 1

Distributive Data Mining - is a scientific computing project that provides the computational power of internet-connected computers to its scientific partners in order to perform research in the various fields of Simulation, Data Analysis and Machine Learning.
This project requires JAVA to be installed.
http://www.distributeddatamining.org/
W, L, 1

Edges - The aim of the EDGeS@Home project is to support the execution of selected and validated scientific applications developed by the IDGF and EGI communities.
The project currently hosts the AutoDock - Molecular docking simulations - application at production level and the Biome - BGC Ecosystem Modeling at beta level.
It also hosts several other applications at beta (experimental) level.
http://home.edges-grid.eu/home/
W, L, 1

Einstein - Einstein@Home uses your computer's idle time to search for weak astrophysical signals from spinning neutron stars (also called pulsars) using data from the LIGO gravitational-wave detectors, the Arecibo radio telescope, and the Fermi gamma-ray satellite
http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/
http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/forum_forum.php?id=163
A, W, L, M, V, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Enigma@Home is a wrapper between BOINC and Stefan Krah's M4 Project.
http://www.enigmaathome.net/
http://www.enigmaathome.net/forum_forum.php?id=24
A (pre v5), W, L, M, V, 1, 3

FiND@home - FiND@Home is a research project that uses donated CPU time to perform docking simulations on malaria proteins. You can participate by downloading and running a free program on your computer.
http://findah.ucd.ie/index.php
http://findah.ucd.ie/forum_forum.php?id=16
L, W, 1

Gerasim - The project uses Internet-connected computers to do research in discrete mathematics and logic control.
http://gerasim.boinc.ru/
This project requires Visual C++ redistributable packages for Visual Studio 2013 in order to do GPU work http://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=40784
W, 1, 4, 5, 6

GoofyxGrid@home - Monkeys application series will work on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem in various aspects for example
- monkeys_v1 (is my the oldest aplication ) - generating random word which i will check on server and make statistic for that words
- monkeys_v2 - It will generate words until he draws specified in WU. I could publish the time and the number of draws what was needed to achieve such a result
- monkeys_v3 - I don't know for now, maybe it will looking for some fragments books or something.
http://goofyxgridathome.net/index.php
http://goofyxgridathome.net/forum_forum.php?id=11
L, W, 1, 3 (Ras. Pi)

GPUGRID - is a distributed computing infrastructure devoted to biomedical research. Thanks to the contribution of volunteers, GPUGRID scientists can perform molecular simulations to understand the function of proteins in health and disease.
www.gpugrid.net
https://www.gpugrid.net/forum_forum.php?id=46
A,W, L, V, 1, 3, 4, 5 (BETA testing)

Gridcoin Finance - Gridcoin Finance is a research and development project that uses volunteers computing power to perform financial simulations, analysis of the block chain, consolidate humanitarian reports, calculate marketing strategies, perform stock option analysis, harvest business intelligence, and assimilate top level results for the crowdsourced web pages.Gridcoin Finance is based in the US (http://www.gridcoin.us) Our team brings over 20 years of relevant experience in data mining and analysis.
http://finance.gridcoin.us/finance/index.php
http://finance.gridcoin.us/finance/forum_forum.php?id=12
W, 1

ibercivis - is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in physics, material science, mathematics, and biomedicine.
http://registro.ibercivis.es/
http://registro.ibercivis.es/forum_forum.php?id=174
W, L, M, 1

Leiden Classical - Chemistry
http://boinc.gorlaeus.net/
W, L, M, 1

LHC@Home Sixtrac - SIXTRACK is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to advance Accelerator Physics.
http://lhcathomeclassic.cern.ch/sixtrack/
http://lhcathomeclassic.cern.ch/sixtrack/forum_forum.php?id=87
W, L, V, 1

malariacontrol.net - Malaria research
http://www.malariacontrol.net/
http://www.malariacontrol.net/forum_forum.php?id=55
W, L, M, V, 1

Milkyway@Home - uses the BOINC platform to harness volunteered computing resources, creating a highly accurate three dimensional model of the Milky Way galaxy using data gathered by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
http://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/
http://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/forum_forum.php?id=113
W, L, M, V, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (video cards require dual precision)

MindModeling@Home (Beta) - is a research project that uses volunteer computing for the advancement of cognitive science. The research focuses on utilizing computational cognitive process modeling to better understand the human mind.
http://mindmodeling.org/
https://mindmodeling.org/forum_forum.php?id=30
W, L, M, 1

Moo! - Wrapper brings together BOINC volunteer computing network resources and the Distributed.net projects. It allows a BOINC Client to participate in the RC5-72 challenge.
http://moowrap.net/
***Important info*** http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1040794811&postcount=1947
http://moowrap.net/forum_forum.php?id=28
A, W, L, M, 1, 4, 5 Technically is also V if you follow the important info above. However it is not in the Vault directly as Moo!

Najmanovich Research Group - NRG is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in Molecular Recognition and Computational Biology.
http://boinc.med.usherbrooke.ca/nrg/
http://boinc.med.usherbrooke.ca/nrg/forum_forum.php?id=14
W, L, M, 1

NetMax@home - NetMax@home is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in dynamic routing at telecommunication networks.
http://netmaxproject.ru/netmax/home.php
http://netmaxproject.ru/netmax/forum_forum.php?id=1
W, 1

NFS@Home - is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do the lattice sieving step in the Number Field Sieve factorization of large integers. As a young school student, you gained your first experience at breaking an integer into prime factors, such as 15 = 3 * 5 or 35 = 5 * 7. NFS@Home is a continuation of that experience, only with integers that are hundreds of digits long.
http://escatter11.fullerton.edu/nfs/
http://escatter11.fullerton.edu/nfs/forum_forum.php?id=15
W, L, M, V, 1

NumberFields@home - is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in number theory
http://numberfields.asu.edu/NumberFields/
http://numberfields.asu.edu/NumberFields/forum_forum.php?id=18
W, L, V, 1

Physiome@home - Physiome@home is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in human physiology.
This project requires .NET Framework 4.5 to be installed.
http://physiome.lf1.cuni.cz/ident3/physiome/
http://physiome.lf1.cuni.cz/ident3/physiome/forum_forum.php?id=12
W, 1

Pirates@home - Pirates@Home is an ongoing test of BOINC, the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing. At present Pirates@Home is not doing any real scientific computation, we are just having fun testing BOINC
http://pirates.spy-hill.net/
L, W, M, 1

POEM - Protein folding
http://boinc.fzk.de/poem/
http://boinc.fzk.de/poem/forum_forum.php?id=43
W, L, M, V, 1

PRIMABOINCA - is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to search for a counterexample to some conjectures.
http://www.primaboinca.com/
http://www.primaboinca.com/forum_forum.php?id=16
W, L, M, 1

PrimeGrid - primary goal is to bring the excitement of prime finding to the "everyday" computer user.
http://www.primegrid.com/
http://www.primegrid.com/forum_forum.php?id=104
W, L, M, V, 1, 3, 4, 5

Quake Catcher Network - The Quake Catcher Network (QCN) is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research, education, and outreach in seismology.
This project currently requires a special sensor. Some Macbooks, Lenovo/IBM Thinkpads, and HP's using 3D Hard drive technology/software may also work using the accelerometers in the hard drives. Android devices are now supported that take advantage of the accelerometers in the device.
And these Sister Sites:
http://www.ras.unam.mx/sensor/
http://www.ras.unam.mx/continual/
http://qcn.stanford.edu/continual/
http://qcn.twgrid.org/sensor/
http://qcn.twgrid.org/continual/
http://qcn.emsc-csem.org/continual/
http://qcn.emsc-csem.org/sensor/
W, A (pre v5), L, M, 1, 3,

Radioactive - The main goal of the project is to create free and constantly updated map of radiation available for all people, by gathering information about gamma radiation using using sensors connected to computers of volunteers willing to participate in the project.
This project requires a special detector. They have been backed up for several months on making these devices and have come up with an expensive alternative for those who have access to certain geiger counters.
W, L, 1, 3

RALPH@home is the official alpha test project for Rosetta@home.
http://ralph.bakerlab.org/
W, L, M, 1

RNA World (beta) is a distributed supercomputer that uses Internet-connected computers to advance RNA-related research.
http://www.rnaworld.de/rnaworld/
http://www.rnaworld.de/rnaworld/forum_forum.php?id=6
W, L, M, 1

Rosetta@home - needs your help to determine the 3-dimensional shapes of proteins in research that may ultimately lead to finding cures for some major human diseases.
http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/
A, W, L, M, V, 1

SAT@home is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to solve hard and practically important problems (discrete functions inversion problems, discrete optimization, bioinformatics, etc) that can be effectively reduced to Boolean satisfiability problem.
http://sat.isa.ru/pdsat/
W, L, V, 1

SETI - SETI@home is a scientific experiment that uses Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI).
http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/
http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_forum.php?id=1418
A, W, L, M, V, 1, 2 (I think for Mac 10.3), 3, 4, 5, 6

SETI BETA - Beta project for SETI
http://setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu/beta/
A, W, L, M, V, 1, 2 (I think for Mac 10.3), 3, 4, 5, 6

SLinCA (Scaling Laws in Cluster Aggregation) - is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in field of materails science.
http://dg.imp.kiev.ua/slinca/
http://dg.imp.kiev.ua/slinca/forum_forum.php?id=2
W, L, 1

SRBase - SRBase is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers trying to solve Sierpinski / Riesel Bases up to 1030.
The invitation code for creating new accounts is pillepalle
http://srbase.myfirewall.org/sr5/
http://srbase.myfirewall.org/sr5/forum_forum.php?id=13
L, M, W, 1

SZTAKI Desktop Grid - SzDG is an online architecture, run by the Laboratory of Parallel and Distributed Systems. The staff of the laboratory maintains the system, which is open for any scientific research seeking immense computing power. SzDG currently hosts one mathematical project.
http://szdg.lpds.sztaki.hu/szdg/
http://szdg.lpds.sztaki.hu/szdg/forum_forum.php?id=23
W, L, M, 1

The Lattice Project - The Lattice Project is the research in grid computing conducted by the Laboratory of Molecular Evolution. They compute work for various different projects.
http://boinc.umiacs.umd.edu/
W, L, M, 1, 2

TheSkyNet POGS - is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in astronomy. We will combine the spectral coverage of GALEX, Pan-STARRS1, and WISE to generate a multi-wavelength UV-optical-NIR galaxy atlas for the nearby Universe. We will calculate physical parameters such as: star formation rate, stellar mass of the galaxy, dust attenuation, and total dust mass of a galaxy; on a pixel-by-pixel basis using spectral energy distribution fitting techniques.
http://pogs.theskynet.org/pogs/
Optimization Files: By request, I have removed the links for now on the optimized code. We are currently working with Kevin to verify results and get the official optimized client going. In the mean time, it has been requested that people not use the optimized apps. To remove them, you can delete the app_info file in your C:\ProgramData\BOINC\projects\pogs.theskynet.org_pogs folder and then either restart BOINC or better yet, reset the project.
Request for no custom clients - http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?p=1040698613&highlight=#post1040698613
http://pogs.theskynet.org/pogs/forum_forum.php?id=21
W, L, A, V, 1, 3

TN-Grid - TN-Grid is a platform that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in various scientific projects. You can participate by downloading and running a free program on your computer.
TN-Grid is based at the Research Area of Trento of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) and currently hosted by the University of Trento (UNITN). The first project we host is
gene@home, in collaboration with Fondazione Edmund Mach (FEM) and the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science (DISI) of UNITN.
We would also like to thank the members of the BOINC.Italy community who are helping us in this testing phase.
This project requires an invitation code during sign up. If you would like it, please PM me here. They have requested that we not post it anywhere publicly.
http://gene.disi.unitn.it/test/
http://gene.disi.unitn.it/test/forum_forum.php?id=55
W, L, M, 1

Universe - Main goal of the project is to create database based on simulations of stars and galaxies, from their earliest days till their evolutionary end. It will be a valuable source of information to astronomers and also an educational tool for teachers and other people interested in the world they live in.
Using latest theories of astrophysics we will be able to predict the properties of different stars, trace their evolution and study their interactions with each other.
Information gained from this research project will allow us to expand our knowledge about stars forming, heavy elements content in their primordial medium, and answer many questions stated by astronomers and general relativity theory.
Database created will allow to not only adjust the theories to reality, but also to predict future appearance of the sky that the future astronomers will look at.
http://universeathome.pl/universe/
http://universeathome.pl/universe/forum_forum.php?id=10
W, L, V, 1

VGTU project@home - Our goal is to persuade scientists to use this kind of computations in their research and to assist them in preparing BOINC applications. We hope that qcientific applications from various fields will be attractive to many current and future BOINC community volunteers and this will allow us to accumulate enough computing resources to achieve significant (unachievable otherwise) results.
http://boinc.vgtu.lt/vtuathome/
http://boinc.vgtu.lt/vtuathome/forum_forum.php?id=11
L, W, 1

vLHC - This is a project, to demonstrate the use of the CERN-developed CernVM and BOINCVM systems to harness volunteer cloud computing power for full-fledged LHC event physics simulation on volunteer computers.
http://lhcathome2.cern.ch/vLHCathome/
http://lhcathome2.cern.ch/vLHCathome/forum_forum.php?id=26
W, L, M, 1

Volpex - is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in creating effective parallel computing on multiple volatile nodes. Cell@Home is an application of Volpex; this project simulates how proteins behave and make function in a real cell-like environment which can be applied in biological drug design.
http://volpex.cs.uh.edu/VCP/
W, L, 1

WEP-M+2 (wanless2) is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in number theory.
http://bearnol.is-a-geek.com/wanless2/
http://bearnol.is-a-geek.com/wanless2/forum_forum.php?id=17
L, M, 1

WCG - World Community Grid brings together people from across the globe to benefit humanity by creating the world's largest non-profit computing grid.
https://secure.worldcommunitygrid.org/index.jsp
A (v4.1+ required), W, L, M, V, 1, 3

WUProp@home - is a non-intensive project that uses Internet-connected computers to collect workunits properties of BOINC projects such as computation time, memory requirements, checkpointing interval or report limit.
http://wuprop.boinc-af.org/
A, W, L, M, S, 1, 2, 3, 7

YAFU - is a alpha project, which main goal is
to test the latest Boinc server code for bugs, please report any error which you find in the webpages in the forum
to factorize numbers of 80-110 digit length which needs to be factored
The invitation code for creating new accounts is yafu
http://yafu.myfirewall.org/yafu/
A, W, L, 1, 3

yoyo@home - brings existing distributed computing projects to the Boinc world using the Boinc Wrapper technology.
http://www.rechenkraft.net/yoyo/ ***VERY IMPORTANT**** Make sure to add [H] in your nickname so that it will also show up for our team under Muon1's stats.
A, W, L, M, S, V, 1, 2, 3, 7, 8

Prime95 Client

GIMPS - Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search
http://www.mersenne.org/
Installation Guide: CPU http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1813722 GPU (maybe outdated) http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1037748416&postcount=114 helpful GPU Cheat sheet http://www.mersenneforum.org/gccs/GIMPS_GPU_Computing_Cheat_Sheet.pdf
W, M, L, V, 1, 4, 5 (additional options linked on the project page)

Seventeen or Bust - What do Newcomb's Problem, Sierpi&#324;ski Numbers, and Chaos Theory have in common? According to "The Math Book", they are each one of history's 250 major milestones in mathematics.
The Math Book notes for Sierpi&#324;ski Numbers that, "As of February 2008, there were a mere six candidate numbers that had not been eliminated."
"If mathematicians are able to find a prime of the proper form for all the remaining k, the Sierpi&#324;ski problem will be solved and the [over] 50-year quest ended.
http://www.seventeenorbust.com/
W, M, L, V, 1

Distributed.net Client

OGR-28 - Optimal Golumb Ruler of the length 28
http://www.distributed.net/OGR
Installation Guide for Windows: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1851368 Installation Guide for Linux: http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1040936903&postcount=2198
W, D, M, L, O, S, V, X, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 (These could be wrong, so please refer to the website for more info)

RC5 - The "Bovine" RC5 effort was formed to take the responsibilities of coordinating and maintaining the RC5 servers that are needed to distribute key blocks to work on to all of the participating client programs. We depend heavily (entirely) on the participation of people like yourself, as we intend to solve this project via the use of brute force, trying every possible key there is.
http://www.distributed.net/RC5
*****important info and also details on how to support it via BOINC**** http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1040794811&postcount=1947
Installation Guide for Windows: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1851368 Installation Guide for Linux: http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1040936903&postcount=2198
W, D, M, L, O, S, V, X, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 (These could be wrong, so please refer to the website for more info)

Other projects with their own clients

CRAYFIS - The CRAYFIS project is a novel approach to observing cosmic ray particles at the highest energies. It uses the world-wide array of existing smartphones instead of building an expensive dedicated detector.
http://crayfis.io/
A, i, W (mobile), 3

DIMES - DIMES is a distributed scientific research project, aimed to study the structure and topology of the Internet, with the help of a volunteer community
http://www.netdimes.org/new/
W, L, M, 1

Folding@Home - Help Stanford University scientists studying Alzheimer's, Huntington's, Parkinson's, and many cancers by simply running a piece of software on your computer.
http://folding.stanford.edu/
A, W, L, M, V, 1, 3, 4, 5

Grid Republic (Progress Thru Processors) - This is a Facebook related application that taps into a few BOINC projects to run without using the dedicated BOINC software.
http://ptp.gridrepublic.org/index.php?page=home
W, 1 * There may be other platforms, but I have not confirmed them as of 6/15/2015

Majestic-12 - Majestic-12 is working towards creation of a World Wide Web search engine based on concepts of distributing workload in a similar fashion achieved by successful projects such as SETI@home and distributed.net.
www.majestic12.co.uk
W, L, M, 1

Muon1 Distributed Particle Accelerator Design - Here you can use your own PC's idle time to simulate and design parts of a particle accelerator.
http://stephenbrooks.org/muon1/
W, 1

Prime Sierpinski Problem - PRP - We look at a special class of prime numbers called proth numbers which have the general formula k*2^n+1. We further specialize our search by looking at numbers for which k is prime in k*2^n+1. Furthermore it has been proven that there exists an infinite number of prime k's such that k*2^n+1 can never be prime. These k's are called prime sierpinski numbers.
W, 1 (Please refer to the project page for additional support options.)

WhatPulse - Map your keyboard usage when you are typing, gather trending information and share your heat map with your friends.
http://whatpulse.org/
L, M, W, 1

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#### Gilthanis

##### [H]ard|DCer of the Year - 2014
The following projects are NCI (non-CPU intensive)
BOINC
WUProp
QCN
Gridcoin Finance - 10/31/15
Googyxgridathome.net

Non-BOINC
CRAYFIS
What Pulse

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#### Gilthanis

##### [H]ard|DCer of the Year - 2014
The following projects may require Oracle's Virtualbox
BOINC
vLHC - now merged with LHC Six Track
Atlas - now merged with LHC Six Track
Cern CMS-dev - now merged with LHC Six Track
Beauty@LHC - now merged with LHC Six Track
SourceFinder (duchamp)
Climate@home v2

Has virtualbox work but is not mandatory for everything
GPUGrid
RNA
Cosmology
LHC

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#### Gilthanis

##### [H]ard|DCer of the Year - 2014
The following projects may require JAVA

BOINC

Distributed Data Mining

Non-BOINC
DIMES

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#### Gilthanis

##### [H]ard|DCer of the Year - 2014
BOINC
These projects use HardOCP as the team name:

WCG - http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/team/viewTeamInfo.do?teamId=BP5XNJBR9N1

All other BOINC projects use [H]ard|OCP

Non-BOINC
DIMES - [H]ard|OCP
FAH - Team33 - http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=teampage&teamnum=33
theSkyNet - (they call teams alliances here) [H]ard|OCP - https://www.theskynet.org/alliances/746?locale=en
Muon1 - [H]ard|OCP - http://stephenbrooks.org/muon1/stats/?team=[H]&sortby=Mpts&oldness=730
GIMPS - HardOCP - http://www.mersenne.org/jteam/
OGR-28 - HardOCP - http://stats.distributed.net/team/tmsummary.php?project_id=28&team=24958
RC5-72 - HardOCP - http://stats.distributed.net/team/tmsummary.php?project_id=8&team=24958
Prime Sierpinski Problem - PRP - [H]ard|OCP
Seventeen Or Bust - [H]ard|OCP - http://www.seventeenorbust.com/stats/teams/team.mhtml?teamID=646
Majestic-12 - [H]ard|OCP - http://www.majestic12.co.uk/projects/dsearch/teaminfo.php?id=147
WhatPulse - [H]ardOCP - http://whatpulse.org/team/h-ardocp

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#### Gilthanis

##### [H]ard|DCer of the Year - 2014
The following projects have multi-threaded applications

BOINC

Amicable Numbers
LHC
BURP
Milkyway
Yafu
GPUGrid (testing only but not at all times http://lucca.hardforum.com/rewrite/?url=http://www.gpugrid.net/forum_thread.php?id=3812&id=1&match=1&source=none&destination=none)
Collatz - at least for OpenCL Intel CPU apps
It does, but not as efficiently as running 4 WUs on each of the 4 cores. The overhead of multi-threading loses about 3% on quad cores and 5% on 8 core machines.
Cosmology - Their virtualbox app is.
ATLAS
PrimeGrid - requires an app_config

Non-BOINC
FAH
dreamLab

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#### Gilthanis

##### [H]ard|DCer of the Year - 2014
WCG - Hit a WCG (World Community Grid) milestone? Post it here:
OProject - Milestones for OProject@home
GPUGrid - Badges and publications for GPUGrid.net
enigma - enigma@home badges and recognition
Prime Grid - PrimeGrid Recognition Thread
Asteroids - Asteroids@Home badges and recognition
WUProp - WUProp badges and recognition
Numberfields - Badges now for NumberFields@home including top team belts
Citizen Science Grid - Citizen Science Grid badges and milestones
theSkyNet - I'm adding this because the pogs BOINC work contributes to the badges. theSkyNet recognition and trophies
Milkyway - Milkyway badges and Milestones
Collatz - Collatz@home badges and recognition
NFS - NFS@Home badges and accomplishments
BitcoinUtopia - BitcoinUtopia badges and accomplishments
SRBase - SRBase Badges and Milestones
Universe - Universe@home badges and recognition
Universe Test - Universe@home Test badges and milestones
Atlas@home - Atlas@home badges and milestones
DENIS@home - DENIS@home badges and milestones
GoofyxGrid@home - GoofyxGrid@Home badges and milestones

Here is an example of what some of the badges look like:

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#### Gilthanis

##### [H]ard|DCer of the Year - 2014
Umbrella Projects are those that have a multitude of categories of science research.

BOINC
CAS
WCG
YoYo
Ibercivis
Volpex (since they are technically also using a mathematics test app)
Distributive Data Mining
TN-Grid - they only have one current application but plan on having more.
Citizen Science Grid

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#### Gilthanis

##### [H]ard|DCer of the Year - 2014
The following projects and/or sub-projects are known to perform better with Hyper Threading turned off.

PrimeGrid - Most perform better with HT off, however you may see a reduction in heat if you turn it off on the sub projects that see little or no gain/loss at all.
--- SGS LLR is ~ 4.5% faster with HT off and less heat
--- 321 LLR some claim it can be up to 50% faster with HT off.

The following have been tested to have better results with it turned on:
Rioja - 25-30% better
Rosetta - 25-30% according to info found here: http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/forum_thread.php?id=6419
PrimeGrid
---SR5 - seems to prefer HT turned on (at least with SSD's) according to some numbers by our EVGA friends http://forums.evga.com/Prime-Grids-Solar-Eclipse-2015-Challenge-m2306586.aspx

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#### Grandpa_01

##### [H]ard|DCer of the Year 2013
Primegrid PSP HT off
PPS-LLR about = on or off slightley faster with HT off but not enough diffrence for me to take the time to reboot and turn HT on or off.
CUL-LLR HT off
Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 (LLR) HT off = about a 10% increase over HT on in PPD

Asteroids HT on
Mind molding HT on about 25% more ppd
NumberFields@home HT on = almost doubble AMD is faster at this project but currentley recieves less credit per WU Boinc's credit system is messed up on this project.
Primbotica AMD is faster on this project clock for clock HT on is the way to run it on Intel.
Enigma AMD is faster than Intel clock for clock HT on on Intel is best

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#### Gilthanis

##### [H]ard|DCer of the Year - 2014
Tested and confirmed by [H] members

Amicable Numbers - The limitation is 20 WU per single GPU and 2 WU per single CPU core. 4/3/18 - https://sech.me/boinc/Amicable/forum_thread.php?id=126&postid=784
Atlas@home allows 1 work unit per core max at a time - 2/17/16 Message boards : Number crunching
CAS only allows 40 WU's per rig at a time - 7/13/14 (tested by Grandpa_01 )
Citizen Science Grid allows 4 work units per core and only 10 will download at a time. Total machine limit is 256 work units. - 5/29/15 via PM from admin
Cosmology@Home allows 5 work units per thread in progress - 4/30/17
GPUGrid only supports up to 8 GPU's - 7/21/14 (tested by Patriot ) Multiple Teslas in one box. Is there a limit per machine for tasks?
Leiden Classical allows a maximum of 16 WUs per request and a maximum of 128 WUs per day per user. 10/29/15 via PM from admin
LHC Six Track allows 14 tasks per CPU core - 5/15/15 (tested during the Pentathlon after LHC took my advise to up the limit) BOINC Pentathlon 2015
Milkyway@home - The new workunit limits should be as follows:
Separation:
600 total
200 GPU (Per GPU up to 600)
40 CPU (Per CPU up to 600)
Nbody:
120 total
20 CPU (Per CPU up to 120) - http://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/forum_thread.php?id=4383#68034
Numberfields@home - allows 6 tasks for thread or 384 total per host - 4/29/18 verified by pututu
RakeSearch - allows 1,000 tasks per rig - 7/26/18 https://hardforum.com/threads/formula-boinc-2018-strategy.1951107/page-32#post-1043747575 reported by pututu
Rosetta@home - allows 100 tasks per host - 6/13/16 3-5 day call to arms for Rosetta@home (CPU's) (reported by pututu )
SAT allows 10 tasks per CPU core. - 12/12/14 via PM from admin
SourceFinder (duchamp) allows 3 work units per core to a maximum of 16 cores and a total of 48 work units in progress. 4/20/17 http://54.196.169.236/duchamp/forum_thread.php?id=186#518
SZTAKI Desktop Grid allows 1200/system/day - 7/13/14 Limit was increased from 150 results to 1000 results per core per day. 8/7/14 Limitid to 1200
TN-Grid - 10 work units per core, 640 tasks maximum regardless if you have more cores than 64. - 10/19/17 by jondi https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/2723873
VGTU limits 50 per core in progress at a time - 12/25/15 New application
WCG allows 70 tasks per CPU core - 11/8/17 https://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/forums/wcg/viewthread?thread=40426&offset=0#554140 and they limit to 1050 tasks per host at a time - Verified by pututu and Skillz 11/8/17

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#### Gilthanis

##### [H]ard|DCer of the Year - 2014
Physiome@home - .NET Framework 4.5
Gridcoin Finance - .NET Framework 4+

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