Thankfully I had an isolated corner available in the basement, or this would not be running! It's incredibly loud :haha:Very very nice. I commented on it in another thread.
Now if my wife would allow builds like that in my workroom, I'd
be VERY tempted to do something like that. :thumb:
I think I read another coment about water in that area of the basement. Please make sure you have foreseen that danger and taken care of it.Thankfully I had an isolated corner available in the basement, or this would not be running! It's incredibly loud :haha:
I don't know why I bothered with the very quiet Noctua NF-P12 fan on the CPU! I have another spare Panaflow. I may as well go for it! h34r:
In for this as well. Although I would likely need to purchase another 6GB of ram from what I've heard.Would someone kindly explain what this -bigadv thing is all about. I''m assuming it has to do with i7 series memory capacity and/or more flexible use of it for folding.
I'd study up on it myself but I'm not joking when I say I don't really have time to chase it down. TIA
Here is a guide that you can use to get set up:In for this as well. Although I would likely need to purchase another 6GB of ram from what I've heard.
I hope this is enough to get started. Any specific questions just fire away!1) At least 10 Core A2 work units must be completed. (1920 or 25403 pt units qualify)
2) At least 80% of Core A2 work units must be completed in time.
3) A passkey must be used.
Thanks. I appreciate the guidanceIt is for CPUs with a minimum of 8 cores, real (like my rig), or virtuals like any i7 out there. Relatively simple to set up (install VMware Player, download the client, configure with username, team # and passkey) then let it rip. Make sure you fold for 10 WUs with the -advmethods flag, then you can switch to the -bigadv flag.
Fah passkey: [email protected] - FAQ-passkey
You need a minimum of 6 Gb only for the client.
Follow this thread here (VMware 3.0 && bigadv folding), 1st post has all the info/links links you need.