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Assimilator1

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Ah, maybe that explains it then, I only enabled it a few days ago or so.
 
Aug 25, 2001
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Hey, thanks for the stats, Tony, and hey, Fardringle. :)

I'm not sure what all this GDPR stuff is, in relation to DC. I'm from the USA, do I need to opt-in too?
 
Aug 2, 2003
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Think of it as a European Privacy Act. If you want your points to be visible to the public (stats sites), yes, you have to opt in.
 

Modular

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@StefanR5R,
I guess @Modular finally passed me after I left F@H to go find a mega prime.

Yeah, I actually added a 1070gtx under Linux Mint and have an RX580 running Milkway on Windows 10. I just had to do some capacitor maintenance on both the motherboards from those boxes - they are old Biostar A760g M2+ versions - both running an AMD 635 x4 - some oldschool awesome!

I'd love to do some Prime Grid now that both of these boxes are stable. I need to keep expanding my horizons with BOINC. Looking forward to learning more about this stuff.
 
Aug 25, 2001
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I just had to do some capacitor maintenance on both the motherboards from those boxes - they are old Biostar A760g M2+ versions - both running an AMD 635 x4 - some oldschool awesome!
Hey, nice work. I've got a friend with an oldschool ASRock AM2+ board, like 10 years old. I'm just waiting for the day he calls me, and tells me that it's being irregular or not booting. Amazingly, the caps seem to have held up well all of these years. No overclocking, it supports 140W AM2/AM2+/AM3 CPUs, but the Athlon II X4 640 in there is like 95W.
 

Modular

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Jul 1, 2005
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Hey, nice work. I've got a friend with an oldschool ASRock AM2+ board, like 10 years old. I'm just waiting for the day he calls me, and tells me that it's being irregular or not booting. Amazingly, the caps seem to have held up well all of these years. No overclocking, it supports 140W AM2/AM2+/AM3 CPUs, but the Athlon II X4 640 in there is like 95W.
Hey, thanks! It was fun to solder in a few caps. The Athlon ii x4 635 is perfect for Linux or just general Windows use, and great for Gpu crunching, but kinda brutal for any serious gaming.

Hope your buddies caps stay good!
 

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