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dXTC

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Oct 30, 2006
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Up, up in my studio, studio
Well, it took me long enough, but I finally broke through the 2 million barrier and into the MacRumors team's Top 100. Unfortunately, I don't have a machine that's powerful enough to accept a high-end video card, so it's all CPU work for me. I doubt I'll get anywhere near the Top 50 anytime soon.

Anyway, a question to my MR teammates: Is there a way to generate a "team list" that shows only users with recent activity? Or do I have to examine each user individually?
 

rwh202

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Nov 14, 2010
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Anyway, a question to my MR teammates: Is there a way to generate a "team list" that shows only users with recent activity? Or do I have to examine each user individually?

You mean like this?

http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/user_list.php?s=&a=1&t=3446

You can filter the ExtremeOverclocking results using the 'User Filter' dropdown on the left and set it to 'Active Only' - hope that helps

Well done on your 2 million - it took me 6 years I think to break that one. There ought to be a separate league table for GPU points when a GPU is 10 time faster than a comparable priced CPU.

Keep folding!
 
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