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Message 55588 - Posted: 7 Sep 2008, 6:13:47 UTC

i bet he keeps warm at night lmao and the electric company likes him as well
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Message 55596 - Posted: 7 Sep 2008, 19:41:40 UTC

well, at least now i know why all the ice sheets at the Poles are breaking apart, lol !!!
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Message 55597 - Posted: 7 Sep 2008, 22:19:58 UTC
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Message 55602 - Posted: 8 Sep 2008, 11:11:27 UTC - in response to Message 55597.  

my opinion, out of date seti rubbish with a few interesting tidbits scattered in.


check this group out http://lifeboat.com/ex/shouting.at.the.cosmos

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Message 55628 - Posted: 9 Sep 2008, 3:55:56 UTC

he said.... tidbits....
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Message 55633 - Posted: 9 Sep 2008, 12:21:10 UTC - in response to Message 55628.  

DOH!
he said.... tidbits....

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Message 55636 - Posted: 9 Sep 2008, 12:28:46 UTC - in response to Message 55633.  
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they do however run rosetta

http://lifeboat.com/ex/rosetta.home


DOH!
he said.... tidbits....

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Message 55664 - Posted: 10 Sep 2008, 7:25:10 UTC - in response to Message 55217.  

just got my dual-core lappy back online.

previously got quadcore, and monocore back online.

still down, "ancient" amd monocore lappy, and two ps3's.



looks like penquins computers are all down

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Message 55665 - Posted: 10 Sep 2008, 9:03:46 UTC - in response to Message 55664.  
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and now you have to get more krill or herring to trade in to the electric company.

I am still waiting for LHC to come online with real data and not theoretical data. I saw a project somewhere about LHC.

smashing atoms and theoretical black holes sounds like fun.


just got my dual-core lappy back online.

previously got quadcore, and monocore back online.

still down, "ancient" amd monocore lappy, and two ps3's.



looks like penquins computers are all down

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Message 55671 - Posted: 10 Sep 2008, 12:24:11 UTC

imho, Simap is not a bad project, and they've got work now...
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Message 55679 - Posted: 10 Sep 2008, 18:20:53 UTC - in response to Message 55671.  

well i am more interested in splitting proteins on one core and something space related and realistic on the other. Not seti as I do not believe in aliens,but Einstein is more my taste as is whatever is out there related to real data from LHC.

imho, Simap is not a bad project, and they've got work now...

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Message 55681 - Posted: 10 Sep 2008, 21:58:04 UTC - in response to Message 55679.  

i believe there may be life out there but not trying to contact them. listen for them maybe...but not for me..... a cure for mankinds many diseases is much more important.


well i am more interested in splitting proteins on one core and something space related and realistic on the other. Not seti as I do not believe in aliens,but Einstein is more my taste as is whatever is out there related to real data from LHC.

imho, Simap is not a bad project, and they've got work now...


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Message 55682 - Posted: 10 Sep 2008, 22:45:18 UTC - in response to Message 55681.  

diseases and the ever long lasting hunt for the understanding of space are for me. atom smashing falls into that catagory as well.

i believe there may be life out there but not trying to contact them. listen for them maybe...but not for me..... a cure for mankinds many diseases is much more important.


well i am more interested in splitting proteins on one core and something space related and realistic on the other. Not seti as I do not believe in aliens,but Einstein is more my taste as is whatever is out there related to real data from LHC.

imho, Simap is not a bad project, and they've got work now...



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Message 55683 - Posted: 10 Sep 2008, 23:16:52 UTC

Chiming in. Hello everyone. 8-D

Sorry Penguin is having computer troubles. :-(


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Message 55684 - Posted: 10 Sep 2008, 23:34:09 UTC

Doctor in the house, Doctor in the house...
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Message 55686 - Posted: 11 Sep 2008, 0:28:27 UTC - in response to Message 55682.  

im all for our missions in space wish they could do more hope the new telescopes will give us more clues whats out there

diseases and the ever long lasting hunt for the understanding of space are for me. atom smashing falls into that catagory as well.

i believe there may be life out there but not trying to contact them. listen for them maybe...but not for me..... a cure for mankinds many diseases is much more important.


well i am more interested in splitting proteins on one core and something space related and realistic on the other. Not seti as I do not believe in aliens,but Einstein is more my taste as is whatever is out there related to real data from LHC.

imho, Simap is not a bad project, and they've got work now...




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Message 55705 - Posted: 12 Sep 2008, 3:07:40 UTC
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Gigabyte's monstrous 6 TFlops Core i7 prototype motherboard pictured

The prototype board on display was based on Intel's X58 chipset and supports up to six graphics cards, four PCIe Gen2 x16 slots and two wide-open Gen 2 x4 slots.

The board can support up to 24 GB DDR3-1333.

To put this performance into perspective, consider the fact that Intel’s 1997 Pentium Pro supercomputer with 10,000 CPUs was rated at 1 TFlops.

No information on availability and pricing yet.


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Intel Bloomfield 2.66 GHz as cheap as chips?

HKEPC, citing Taiwan's motherboard industry as its source, is to be believed, Intel will launch the 2.66 GHz Penryn successor, at $284 (1000 unit tray quantities).

Intel's Bloomfield is believed to be initially launching in 2.66, 2.93 and 3.2 GHz flavours. The 3.2 GHz SKU, branded as an 'Extreme' model, will be graced (in 1000 unit tray quantities), with an equally extreme price of $999, followed by the 2.93 GHz part, receiving a price tag of $562.


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The Core i7 brand refers to an upcoming range of Intel's consumer 64-bit quad-core CPUs with the x86-64 instruction set, based on the Intel Nehalem microarchitecture. These chips will also feature simultaneous multithreading, which will allow the quad core chips to work on eight threads simultaneously.



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Message 55728 - Posted: 12 Sep 2008, 19:44:03 UTC

For those who may be interested, a certain belgian perhaps,...

GeminII, the most effective Main Board and CPU Cooler

It tips the scales at 847 grams or just short of 2 lbs, it has six large heatpipes running through the 52 fins and it is cooled by a pair of 120mm fans. So what is this heatsink I am describing? It is the Cooler Master GeminII, this particular heatsink may be the largest on the market and we found out that the amount of cooling it does it directly related to its size.



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Message 55729 - Posted: 12 Sep 2008, 22:58:16 UTC

so is that what you have been hustling on the black market? lol
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Message 55759 - Posted: 15 Sep 2008, 0:58:40 UTC

storms / electrical outage have my intel quadcore and amd monocore offline...

somtimes a penguin just can't catch a break...
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