I believe a link to my site is in my sig, although curiosity will get the better of me and I'll check as soon as this post is done.
I commend those of you who fold for F@H, but I for one run Grid.org's client in a cancer research-only setting. Perhaps when we exhaust the available workunits for cancer I might move my team on over to Folding.
For those who know nothing of the site Grid.org or what they do: http://www.grid.org
For those curious about my team (and MAN does my Members' Machines page need a serious update, probably done by Monday): http://www.one87.net/~teamx
For those who know of Grid.org/UD and are currently crunching without a team, but would like to join one : http://www.grid.org/services/t...m.ht...56-DD0F8EB22B3B
Currently, my OC'ed Barton box cranks out 6-7 results per day, my account in its entirety is good for about 10-12 results a day, my G/F cranks out 4-5 per day, and our team averages about 30-45 results per day. Recently acquired upgrades arriving later this week should bolster us by another 3 results per day, best case scenario. Our team is in the top 1900 teams, and with 20 total members (18 active), that's not bad at all for only half a year's crunching. We're JUST shy of 5,000 results returned overall. Personally, I have completed 1143 workunits for cancer research. To my knowledge, every member/member's machine crunches cancer-only workunits.
If Forums.AMD.com currently has a UD team, I apologize in advance. We've lost a fair number of people in our families in the last 3 years alone, so we're quite commited to research, period.
I have researched Folding in the past and created an account, but never did get the command-line client to run as it was supposed to. I would consider revisiting it again if/when the project at Grid.org is completed.
Happy crunching everyone!