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Help Cure Desease with Team 43461

Overclock3D are dedicated to the cause of Folding@Home. This is a huge project that simulates the "folding" of proteins on your PC. The results of these mico experiments then go towards the main project. Every little core helps the cause.

Why should I help?

If you've ever had a member of the family with Cancer, Alzheimer's, Mad Cow (BSE), CJD, ALS, Huntington's, or Parkinson's disease, you will know why you should help. The University of Stanford need all of the computing power they can get to really find out how these deseases are started and hopefully to find a cure. There been progress already (here)

How do I help??

You can hep by running a simple, easy to install program on your PC. This program takes up only the idle cycles of your PC, so if your doing something this is not affected in any way. Simple as that.

Download the program from here

There are several versions of the program. Check our forum installation guides below:

Installing F@H console for Multi-Core CPU's

Installing F@H Graphical Client (like a cool screensaver)

When you enter your user information after installing the program, be sure to enter Team Number 43461 - and fold for Overclock3D. It's a real team effort!

come and Discuss in our Forums here

F@H FAQ's are Here

F@H Home are Here

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Most Recent Comments

26-08-2006, 05:03:00

PV5150
Nice little read mate, well done :)

26-08-2006, 06:16:33

Raven
will there be any part 3 and perhaps even a 4 ?

26-08-2006, 06:36:42

FragTek
I like it, great start! I think you should have added a small section about case, psu, & optical drives too though :) All of which are essential parts of the build.

26-08-2006, 09:47:27

mrapoc
il be upgrading my 2600+ sempron sometime fr a friend who is buying off me, nice to read that

26-08-2006, 10:56:28

MikeEnIke

I like it, great start! I think you should have added a small section about case, psu, & optical drives too though :) All of which are essential parts of the build.


I thought about doing the whole she-bang but the guide was simply meant to compter 'Socket A' prices to present day and such. Thanks for the advice though.

@Raven:
There will indeed be 4 parts. Pricing, Gaming, General Use, Overclocking/ Benchmarking/ possibly cooling.

26-08-2006, 13:20:14

mrapoc
gdgd, i need to upgrade it capable for css (NOT 30fps!) and i would like to see how these compare in css please :D

26-08-2006, 14:11:28

MikeEnIke
Will definately be one of the games. The test rig will be the one in my sig just FYI.

26-08-2006, 14:36:52

mrapoc
great, im using the 6600gt for it too

26-08-2006, 15:33:20

Raven
[quote=MikeEnIke]@Raven:
There will indeed be 4 parts. Pricing, Gaming, General Use, Overclocking/ Benchmarking/ possibly cooling.[/quote]

why no guide on the different problems with socket a boards or do you feel you cant beat me on that :D
http://forum.msi.com.tw/index.php?topic=38736.0

feel free to use what you want :)

26-08-2006, 16:19:25

MikeEnIke
Actually, I don't plan to go over common flaws because it would be more of a FAQ than a guide at that point. Point of the guide isn't to help someone fix something but rather to show that Socket A is still a very useful socket.
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