Posts by ed

1) Message boards : Number crunching : linux kernel ( (Message 54253)
Posted 7 Jul 2008 by ed
Does any body know which operating system would have this kernel in it,it seems to be quite faster than vista? thanks for any help you might give me. Ed.
2) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Doctor's and Dentist's! (Message 47839)
Posted 18 Oct 2007 by ed
The AMA should be contacted about having Doctors and Dentists start crunching for rosetta, this could be a huge amount or have they already been contacted by Mr.David Baker and his associates!
3) Message boards : Number crunching : Vista and slow motion graphics! (Message 37908)
Posted 17 Mar 2007 by ed
I'm running Vista operating system and a amd4800 dual core optimized processor with the latest 5.8.15 boinc software,graphics in preferences are set at 40,everything is set the same as it was with windows xp.what might be causing this slow motion effect? thanks for any help you might give me. ed at team Amega.
4) Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : Genetic,Stemcell and Rosetta (Message 34847)
Posted 15 Jan 2007 by ed
The most promising medical accomplishments seem to be coming from Genetic and stem cell research.I've been crunching numbers with hope and beleif that some how I'm truely helping science.Could someone out there simply explain to me how protein folding will result in either cures or effective treatments for diseases? I'm trying to compare the two. Thanks ed.from connecticut
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Limiting CPU usage (Message 29247)
Posted 12 Oct 2006 by ed

I'm running a amd4800x2 at2.62 clock speeds 0n a updated bios gigabyte GA-K8nsc-939 motherboard, two exhaust fans in rear part of case one intake in front and my temps at fool load are averaging 50 to 52c.I have folding at home and World community grid running in the back ground.(.1volt on agp,HT and ram) x9 x290x434 on ram has everything stable.Hope this info might help someone.
6) Message boards : Number crunching : Limiting CPU usage (Message 29129)
Posted 10 Oct 2006 by ed
How can I remove threadmaster 1.12build128 from my computer once I have installed it?I need a little more control over my cpu usage than what this is able to give me. thanks for any help you might give me.
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Limiting CPU usage (Message 29128)
Posted 10 Oct 2006 by ed
how does threadmaster differ from the Windows task manager?

I'm sure there are more detailed answers out there, but the main thing is that Windows task manager is basically a way to observe tasks running on your machine. Threadmaster is a way to set up some rules about which tasks are allowed to use how much CPU, and it then enforces the rules for you.

Threadmaster can be used to run your machine at say 70% of CPU, rather then 100%. All Task Manager can do is go in and end something. Some people (especially laptop owners) prefer to run a little less then full throttle. This helps their machines run cooler, which means their lap is more comfortable or their fan runs at a lower rate and makes less noise.

8) Message boards : Number crunching : Running World Community Grid and Rosetta! (Message 24984)
Posted 26 Aug 2006 by ed
I,m running Fightaids@Home, which seems to be running as a independent project program that I had downloaded from the world community Grid site.I'ts running in the background along with Rosetta. There does not seem to be a noticable slow down on my processors.If I'm loosing rosetta credits so be it.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Running World Community Grid and Rosetta! (Message 24903)
Posted 25 Aug 2006 by ed
I run now two very worthwhile projects at the same time with no cpu slow down on my amd2700 stock and my amd 64 3700 overclocked to 2.62 gig.Might others out there be doing the same thing and if not why not? Look forward to your comments. yours truely Ed
10) Message boards : Number crunching : t344 casp7 project question? (Message 24749)
Posted 24 Aug 2006 by ed
Why is it only now or just recently, project t344 casp7 seems to be the only project that is popping up with the low negitive scores?
11) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Mr. ed (Message 24287)
Posted 22 Aug 2006 by ed
No I live just outside of New Haven ct.They could get a lot more people than they already have crunching numbers if they would only advertise tnemselves on some of these national Educational Networks or tech talk shows,a lot of the youth today are using or will be owning high end processors for gaming I'm sure if explained to them how there computer can crunch numbers for a very worthwhile cause as well as do gaming,I'm sure they would donate there computer time.
12) Message boards : Number crunching : super computer now and those with the extra cash (Message 22841)
Posted 17 Aug 2006 by ed
I love crunching numbers for rosetta and one other project,but my two computers one a amd2700 and the other a amd3700, in my mind are not crunching fast enough.If I had the extra cash as I know a lot of people out there working on this project have,should immediatly consider having built or building themselves computers using conroe or amd X24400 or above processors so as to double crunching power for upgrading now to these much faster processors could give rosetta a huge crunching boost,so lets do it now for science,rosetta,David Baker.
13) Message boards : Number crunching : Newly built 5.4.10 optimized windows boinc client (Message 21395)
Posted 30 Jul 2006 by ed
I don't think there is a 5.4.10 boinc client,you should prove it!
14) Message boards : Number crunching : Why wont Rosetta send me any work ?? (Message 20105)
Posted 13 Jul 2006 by ed
Rosetta is not sending you any work,because she may be busy with that xtreme computer team getting all those fantasy bench marks.
15) Message boards : Cafe Rosetta : Mr. ed (Message 20070)
Posted 12 Jul 2006 by ed
I'm Donating my two computers one full time and one part time for what I've been told are two very important projects.If number crunching is a key eliment, my hope is that David Baker and others contact NASA and put in for some of that free supercomputer time they have offered.

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