Can we break WCG 500 by Jan 15?

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    Can we break WCG 500 by Jan 15?

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    in points generated or results returned .... or both?
    if up to date we stand at ...
    Points Generated (Rank) 19,975,014 (#592)
    Results Returned (Rank) 34,649 (#731)
    from the looks of it we have 6/14 active people ... are the other 8 on vacation at the moment?

    i am slowly building a new rig haha (which would give me 2) .. got my CPU now just working on finding the rest
    but for now all i have is my 1 rig going which i plan on running 24/7
    any tips or tricks to get the most out of my WCG would be appreciated ... if there are any
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    I can double or triple (perhaps more) my output but it could be a bad thing to do. Our total project rank ATM is 521: http://stats.free-dc.org/stats.php?p...wcg&team=22596 I was just wondering wonder if we could make 500.
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    why would it be bad?

    at the pace we are going if everything stays the same it would be around 20 days to get to 500. I think we could shave 5 days off ... not sure how as i am still figuring thing whole thing out and how it works but i think we could.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Duke View Post
    why would it be bad?

    at the pace we are going if everything stays the same it would be around 20 days to get to 500. I think we could shave 5 days off ... not sure how as i am still figuring thing whole thing out and how it works but i think we could.
    I think he is referring to his power bill

    But lets give it our best at least
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    Actually I am running 2 quads and a dual ATM, set up as follows: 620 3 cores 50/50 WCG-Seti, 1 core F@H, GPU F@H/905 3 cores 50/50 WCG-Seti, 1 core F@H, GPU F@H/7750 1 core Seti, 1 Core F@H, GPU F@H. The other rigs are part timers so I wont count them.

    I say it could be bad because others like cherry and I like blueberry Hint, Hint. Who wants to play on a team when you may never get a home run.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archer View Post
    I say it could be bad because others like cherry and I like blueberry Hint, Hint. Who wants to play on a team when you may never get a home run.
    true ... but every team has a couple above average players which help even everything out
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    I am trying to attract new players what better way than lie low until needed? Get some people here who want to dominate the pie and get a real game going.
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    ah i see

    well i am coming for ya once i get my new rig built ... better watch out haha
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    Rocky to Mr. T "Go For It"

    2x XP rigs
    2x Quads
    3X Duallies

    I have a couple of older P4 rigs that can be resurectet as well as some AMD AM2+ Dullies around as well that can be put to use
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archer View Post
    Rocky to Mr. T "Go For It"

    2x XP rigs
    2x Quads
    3X Duallies

    I have a couple of older P4 rigs that can be resurectet as well as some AMD AM2+ Dullies around as well that can be put to use
    lol ... ok now you are just showing off
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    not really. most are crap I cant bare to part with The XP rigs are about to go back into service.
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    From the stats, it looks like we break 500 in about 20 days. That would put it around the 19 of Jan. If we were to powr up a little, it could be done by the 15th.

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    I am switching off SETI (don't hat at me anyone)
    People that buy OEM systems think Linux was a Charlie Brown character, a registry is something you see at target to buy shower gifts, RAM is a Dodge truck and a hard drive is DC at rush hour.
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    whats seti? ..another type of WCG?
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