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    1 750mhz
    +109.906 =

    110.656 total

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    ~ P2/350 on a DFI 440BX
    ~Tbird 1.33@1467 MHz on a KT7A-R
    ~XP 2400+ @2000 MHz on an Epox 8K5A2+
    ~XP 2400+ @2164 MHz on an Abit KX7-333R
    ~XP 2100+ @2198 MHz on an Abit NF7-S
    ~XP 2400+ @2159 MHz on an Epox 8K3A+
    ~XP 1700+ @2244 MHz on an NF7-S
    ~XP 1700+ @2255 MHz on an NF7-S
    ~XP 2000+ @1667 MHz on an ECS K7S5A
    ~XP 2100+ @2280 MHz on an Asus A7N8X Dlx
    ~XP 2400+ @2173 MHz on an Abit KX7-333R
    ~XP 1900+ @1660 MHz on an Abit KR7A-133
    ~XP 2200+ @1913 MHz on an Abit KX7-333R
    ~XP 1700+ @1933 MHz on an Abit NF7
    ~XP 1700+ @2162 MHz on an Abit NF7
    ~XP 2100+ @2230 MHz on an Epox 8RDA
    ~ XP 1900+ @1700 MHz on an Abit KR7A-133R

    31,088 GHz
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    This was what I was running up til a bout 7 or 8 days ago.

    All machines were running UD and FaD together.
    Have since decided to cut back some machines running FaD also, as it was impacting my results in UD, and hurting my team.

    I'd have to guess around 23 to 24 GHz, maybe a touch less.

    Say 23 Ghz. Don't want to bother going and seeing what is what ( tis a pain in the butt - just did the initial count 5-5-03! ), but did want to get in with our team count.


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    23.000
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    133.656
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    w00t! Just added another cow to the herd! That brings my total up to 7 munchers now. And changes our total from

    133.656 Ghz
    + 1.46 Ghz
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    135.116 Ghz <---- Total for TIMO
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    7 boxes counting the new one, that should be online in a day or two.

    135.116
    + 5.8
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    140.916 Ghz ----- Timo Total

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    Now I know there's more ppl involved in this...who hasn't posted yet?
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    1=Athlon XP 2100
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    Somewhere around 10 systems so:

    140.916 GHz
    + 9.513 GHz
    -----------------
    150.429 GHz
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    Oh, ME ME!!

    I've got eight crunchers with these:

    AMD Athlon 2500+ XP @ 2.33 Ghz
    AMD Athlon 2500+ XP @ 1.85 Ghz
    AMD Athlon 1600+ XP @ 1.76 Ghz
    AMD Athlon 1.4 @ 1.6 Ghz
    AMD Duron 950 @ 1.1 Ghz
    Intel P4 @ 1.8 Ghz
    Intel Celeron @ 1 Ghz
    P-II 400 @ 450 Mhz_________
    That makes - 11,890 Total for me!

    Woo-Hoo!!

    David

    BTW, I'm sure we have more than 200Ghz total... Possibly 300...

    EDIT: So far the TechIMO Total is 167.119 Ghz (this is with terminal23 and bitspit's totals as well...)
    Last edited by davidamarkley; May 20th, 2003 at 05:45 PM.

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    And I just got a call from my brother...telling me that he got the other system up and running with FaD...

    So that's another 750Mhz added on to mine...bringing my total up to 8 Cows now. w00t!

    And TIMO's Total to: 167.869 Ghz
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    Running two crunchers right now.

    XP2800+ Barton at 2400MHz and a 1700+pally at 1650MHz

    Only the 2800+ crunches non-stop

    SOOO....


    4050MHz or 4.05GHz adds to the total for a team total (so far) of:

    171.919 GHz
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    XP1700+ - 1.47
    XP1800+ - 1.53

    3.0ghz
    +171.919

    174.919ghz


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    I haven't added mine yet. Sorry, I'm a bit slow....

    800MHz Duron
    800MHz Celery
    533MHz Celery
    333MHz Celery@500
    333MHz Celery@333
    Quad PPro 200 = 800

    My total = 3.766GHz
    + 174.919
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    = 178.685 TIMO TOTAL

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    my Gosh Mickwish, where the heck did you come across a QUAD PENTIUM PRO? those chips are huge.. not to mention HOTT.

    forgot about 1 more computer.

    1 1500MHz P4

    1500
    +178.685
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    183.685GHz

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    BUMP, I want to make sure we try to get everyone in FaD to put their Ghz here. If everyone does, I'm sure we would make it over 200 Ghz!

    David

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    Auntie Surreal hasn't posted yet...maybe cuz she's still gathering her herd together before she makes a post?

    I'm pretty tapped out as far as adding more machines goes...that is unless my brother can convince the powers that be at his job to run FaD...then it's hard telling how many more crunchers I could get. Hmmmm.
    For Some it's the Path...not the Goal.

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    2800+ Barton
    1800+ Pally
    666 Celery

    5.266 Ghz Total

    188.951 Ghz TechIMO total.

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    OK, are we measuring raw Ghz or XP ratings? They should be the raw Ghz so idigguns is 1530 + 2080 + 666 = 4276Mhz

    183.685Ghz
    + 4.276
    = 187.961Ghz

    Still a nice total so far

    Last edited by Wizzard~Of~Ozz; May 23rd, 2003 at 05:23 PM.

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    187.961
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    = 193.144Ghz

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    almost there...
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    I'm in FaD - don't forget me

    193.144Ghz

    plus one moo-moo cow from me (2Ghz Wintel)


    195.144Ghz i think

    I would setup more at home, but I need more cows and solar power because I'm dangerous with the electric bill.

    I'm trying to have more FaD cows setup at a relative's workplace.
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