What Are You Crunching F@H With?

Discussion in 'Distributed Computing' started by pimentoLoaf, Aug 20, 2002.

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    pimentoLoaf

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    #2
    In my case:

    • Apple iBook 500MHz w/640mb RAM
    • Toshiba 4080xCDT @366MHz w/192mb RAM

    The former has a G3, whilst the latter has a Mobile-Pentium II.
     
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    mc68k

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    •B&W@500
    •GX150 Lab
    •GX100
    •Generic PIII computer

    In the past:
    •DP QS Gig
    •Modified S900 running X
     
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    MacAztec

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    iMac 333MHz running 10.2
    2xiMac 233MHz running 10.2

    Sometimes G4 400MHz running 10.2
     
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    PowerMac G3/400 Ultra2 SCSI, 512MB
    PowerMac dual G4/800 ATA66, 512MB
     
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    A mere 733 G4 with 640 MB RAM (hopefully soon to be 512 MB more fully endowed).
     
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    Mr. Anderson

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    Currently working on the 6th frame of my 1st unit on my TiPB 667 (Rev. B) Once I get a new machine, I'll most likely put it on that as well and really start cranking the units out.

    I'll keep my old 450 G4 running Seti.

    D
     
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    AmbitiousLemon

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    powerbook g3 333 lombard
    imac g4 800
    powermac g4 933
     
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    mmmdreg

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    how do you know what frame it's doing? I'm running an iMac 600 (G3) w/ 640mb RAM
     
  12. macrumors regular

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    You can try running the script found in the member drive thread, or go into the library folder/folding@home/work and open the most recent log file (the one with the highest number).
     

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