I agree brother nomad8u. Not about the "getting in line" scoring thing (I not sure I know anything about that), but I can honestly say I've never had any EUE'ing problems with WCG clients, unlike every time I turn around with the F@H WinSMP CPU clients (I ain't gots time to "baby sit" them and, besides, my quads are only OC' 3.0 Ghz and 2.8 Ghz)Ive got 2 quads each running 3 cores for WCG and GPU folding on the fourth. A P4 and an E4300 dualie that I'm experimenting with throttling two WCG clients (via Threadmaster + Threadmaster GUI) and a GPU client that I'm ghost folding with.
Trying hard not to get too much dust in the intakes from chasing FLECOM up the ladder... although the taillights are getting a bit dim in the distance.
It's nice to see the team be able to jump a few spots in the standings. I hit 500k WCG / 76K Boinc today. My understanding from some reading at the WCG forums is that sometime in the near future, WCG is going to "get in line" with the rest of the grid and switch over to using BOINC scoring/points.
I like the BoincView and BoincSpy monitoring programs for WCG (or whatever they're called) as much as I like the FAHmon and FahSpy monitoring programs for folding. I had some problem setting up BoincView to read both "networked" Q6600 boxen, but I finally figured it out.
I have about same as you, 2 quads, 3x (each Q6600) cpu cores WCG and 2x GPU's (8800gs, 8800gt) doin' the GPU2 client. The biggest difference would probably be I have a E6600 (3.0Ghz) doin' the F@H LinSMP client (I love them A2 core WU's, plus I'd like to keep my F@H ppd about 10k pernts )
What's interesting to me is I'm already #30 with only 36,916 pernts
Foldin' and WCGn' for the CURE