- Jan 8, 2001
1) In the past I didn't max out my overclocks for F@H projects.I'm going to be frank here. If you're doing DC, you really shouldn't be overclocking. It's just not very responsible to contribute to these projects running things outside their standard parameters. It's fine for our personal stuff, but DC projects fall in to the actual work category, and as stable as it may seem to you, your calculations are still far more error prone than running something stock. Don't do this.
2) DC projects let you know when you have errors, at least F@H does.
3) Don't tell me what to do.