Here, Here.... just (12/25/09) finished my Emerald (1cpuYEAR) eBadge for processing ProteomeFoldingII with BOINC's WCG. Will return to Proteome for year 2 (Sapphire) when i've finished Emeralds in other 6 studies that are still active.
Currently working on Emerald for AIDS(mid Jan) and Nutritious Rice (end Jan).
12/25/09 was my 1st Anniversary with BOINC-WGC that i dedicated to my dear friend who passed away 08/09 frm colo-rectal cancer. AMEN, and RIP.
The below listed machines produce 10cpuDays of work daily. All run 24x7.
On 12/25 i got my 8th machine up and running (see post "Can eMachine be forced to boot frm USB"). Currently have:
Intel dualcore 3.00Ghz w/2G RAM [Built (08/09) for daughter and runs remotely at her house]
Intel D 2.79Ghz w/4G RAM
HP Laptop(Dual) 1.81Ghz w/1G RAM
Intel 1.24Ghz w/1.5G RAM
Intel ?(HomeBuild) 733Mhz w/.5G RAM
3x566Mhz Celeron eMachines (all the eMachines were donated to me for this cause. A 4th is promised in January)
All but the eMachines are / were work machines.
Folding and other studies seemed like a righteous way to burn out these unused cores
Congrats on EVERYONE's crunching efforts.....let's hope distributive computing can make one of the current health scourges as historical as polio in 2010!!