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richcornucopia:  I was catching up till you put 4 computers on line. I'll get up there to the top  or close. I like this race. You dont have to do much, just let it do its thing.

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:haha: I've got no idea how it says 4 computers. The only ones im folding on are my server and my main computer. It could be because I keep switching os's on my main computer and then folding, so it thinks its a different computer.

  Yea ive done  that , it will drop off at about a week, when it stops hearing from that machine ID :)

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I have moved from 86 to just under 40 in a week and a half.. I'm about to pass CA3LE (Lil ol punk hasn't even been active).. LOOK OUT BITCHES IM COMMING FOR TOP TEN.

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I have moved from 86 to just under 40 in a week and a half.. I'm about to pass CA3LE (Lil ol punk hasn't even been active).. LOOK OUT BITCHES IM COMMING FOR TOP TEN.

  Nice move shug, your screamin up here, I guess Id better kick it up a notch :)

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If I were to get a dual core processor, prolly opteron 165, and I ran folding on one core, would the other core be free to run whatever I'm doing, games, word etc? Or when I'm not doing anything, have to foldings running, one on each core.

In theory, yes.

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If I were to get a dual core processor, prolly opteron 165, and I ran folding on one core, would the other core be free to run whatever I'm doing, games, word etc? Or when I'm not doing anything, have to foldings running, one on each core.

yes that can be done, you can actually tell windows what core to use for what process you want.

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