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Don't forget to leave [email protected] on each Sunday

Check out the Official-ish PS3Fanboy Folding Team stats, they've almost cracked the top 400 worldwide for folding excellence. In light of this, they'd like to take this opportunity to first, thank you guys. Second, they'd like to remind everyone that each Sunday at 8PM (whatever time zone you're in) to let [email protected] run.

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The team number for n4g.com is 61588

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ErcsYou3346d ago

its all ready hot where i live. my ps3 also pumps like a heater so their is no way in hell im leaving my ps3 on if im not using it, unless it starts making ice cubes

ERommel3346d ago

I'm folding solo on my ps3. I am ranked #1 with 71 work units completed. My daughter loves watching the molecules jump around. She refers to them as bubbles. So I'm killing two birds with one stone. Help fight disease and entertain my kids.

The Panther3346d ago

as much as i want to limit the life of my console........no thanks

Robotz Rule3346d ago

I'll be sure to run [email protected] on each Sunday from now on!:D

dissectionalrr3346d ago

yeah... i agree with the panther. i know the ps3 is a tough machine, and probably very robust, but doing intense calculation 24/7, on top of playing games in between, would be rough for any computer to do. ps3 is basically an air cooled gaming rig that is very efficient, so imagine if you had a really fast air cooled computer and did that. it will definitely not like running full bore for a long period of time.

sa739173346d ago

So I better turn my webserver and mail server off then because they're running 24/7 and they might get tired? CPU's are fixed silicon dude.. they don't get tired..

The only thing that might possibly bust is the fan as it's mechanical and has moving parts... So far I've had my EU PS3 on 24/7 since launch day and it hasn't missed a beat..

dissectionalrr3346d ago

your server also isnt pushing 500+million flops constantly either. and, most servers are huge boxes, with lots of air and ventilation, and (if it's fast enough) liquid. your server probably runs no more than 10%dc 99% of the time (assuming it's just a media or small web server).

now, put twice the amount of power in something half the size, take away the liquid and run it 5 times as hard. you get my point.

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