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Thread: F@H breaks 120,000 active CPUs




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    no, our team doesn't have 120K CPUs, but Folding@Home as a whole does :D That is some serious crunching going on! So let's get some more members and help get that number past 130,000 :devil win

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    more of the same:
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    I wanna see that last "Other" OS... lol

    Anyway, very cool to see. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Divine_Madcat
    I wanna see that last "Other" OS... lol
    probably freeBSD. There is a flag you can use (-freeBSD) with the linux client to run it in freeBSD
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    1,000,000 processors(little finger, side of mouth)

    :group: :cheers:

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    Quote Originally Posted by minibubba
    no, our team doesn't have 120K CPUs, but Folding@Home as a whole does :D That is some serious crunching going on! So let's get some more members and help get that number past 130,000 :devil win

    :cheers:
    Oh yeah.. the 130000 will be easily done, once i get my laptop and my desktop back folding (+4 cpus), and once i add another work comp... :)

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