chaozbandit
chaozbandit
5/17/20
2:49 PM
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There is apparently a reference link through your user profile if you want to give that out later on (although I think this is just for recruitment). Alternatively you can sign up for World Community Grid through the native BOINC client (in advanced view) and create an account at that time.

5/17/20
2:00 PM
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WCG = World Community Grid. OpenPandemics is a subset of WCG that I mentioned prior, though I’m not sure if there’s a way to prioritize crunching these projects in particular or if they’ll just assign you a bunch of units from the larger umbrella. Generally speaking I think 300mb of ram per thread of compute should Read more

5/17/20
1:46 PM
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I’ll do what I can! New team setup takes up to 24 hours to reflect server side I believe. Just make sure everybody who signs up for a project has a team to join whilst doing so.

5/17/20
1:14 PM
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Indeed you can. BOINC allows you to not only select the number of cores you wish to allot, but also the maximum thread usage per core. Just remember to keep a few free for the GPU. I would recommend WCG as it’s got a much wider appeal.

5/17/20
11:48 AM
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Probably worth mentioning this now, but for those who are deterred by F@H not returning the gains they expect, the BOINC platform has spun up some COVID-19 projects as well. Unlike F@H, BOINC is more optimized for low-mid end platforms and is almost entirely CPU biased (plus you can schedule run times if off-peak Read more

5/14/20
8:32 PM
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Modernized F4s aren’t far off the ball either, but they’ve fallen very much into derelict fleets.

5/13/20
10:17 AM
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The days of big-adv projects utilizing behemoth core counts are long gone but CPUs can still do good work. That being said, unless you have V2 or better xeons to leverage you’re looking at early Zen1 levels of return, at best. Some cycles still better than no cycles.

5/8/20
9:19 AM
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They won’t say it, but fundamentally this is DPi 2.0 which has been in the works prior to convergence.

5/5/20
9:31 PM
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Unless they chopped up the cage, this looks to be the standard road car. Phone number on the back redirects to Transporters Logistics, which appears to have no affiliation to the series that I can find.

5/3/20
1:51 PM
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I used to swear by AS5 and I still have a tube or two from ye old NCIX days. I’ve since moved to NTH1/H2. As good as it gets before getting to IC diamond hell.

5/2/20
2:58 PM
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They get close on a bigger circuit. Circa 2016 data, Jun V8 brz is the closest I’ve found that could be reasonable on Gunsai. Anything faster than this car is big turbo + big aero, and then everything sort of blends into the HKS 86 which you wouldn’t dare run on a touge.

5/2/20
12:39 PM
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It depends on surface conditions but in terms of check times at 25s and some change, the AMG GT R isn’t too far off from the 2016 spec Maou (+~0.6s). I’m sure a lot of tuners from the Mine’s R34 era could be within a shot as well but it’s hard finding data outside of Japan. Some of the wilder cars like the HKS TRB04

4/30/20
11:01 AM
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Dang I somehow missed this. I assume because all their shows were cancelled they wouldn’t be interested in a flyover. Guess I’ll be looking to the waterfront then.