Team 161 Research New Member Recommendations

Team 161 Research Gaming Clan recommends you leave the computer and monitor running whether gaming, idling or doing research to prolong the life of your PC/Mac and monitor. Research has shown that power surges going in or going out of the PC and monitor damage the life of it. Powering the computer off or enabling sleep damages the equipment, costs more in the long run and does more damage to the environment. We recommend the high performance setting to save you green, both in your wallet and the world around you.

That research also leads me to conclude that if your PC’s idle time is used for research, that it in turn will help prevent mini-power surges since the computer is constantly in active use. The next recommendation I have is to set the research programs to run only run when the PC has idled for at least one minute, each. Also, Folding@Home or BOINC World Community Program might pause, and if one is unable to do research for a few minutes or even hours, the other program can instead of sharing your PC’s resources, use all the available resources. Also, it’s recommended to set your browsers’ homepage to http://www.ecosia.org since it searches both Google and Yahoo and each search’s ad revenue is donated toward planting trees.

Head Team 161 Research Clan Founder,
Peter Scott

http://boinc.berkeley.edu
http://folding.stanford.edu

We have a voice server as well which can be accessed here and used with a USB headset: https://discord.gg/TVNC2mP

Our current games are SkyForge and Crossout, respectively:

https://crossout.net/#/
https://sf.my.com/us

Also, for clan members I will post players and the name of their published and constantly updated builds that can be found in Exhibition of Crossout. It is recommended to publish your blueprint after every new save if you contribute so it stays available:

(Clan Leader) Peter_Scott151986: The Batmobile
(must type exactly “The Batmobile” since there are a lot of Batmobiles)
Skavior: Crushader and Skulls (Skulls has his epic weapons for higher PS)
Reaperbro92: TinnyRaM
CatalinCosmin: Mad Catalin TruK
Nelseru: SILVERBACK

An explanation of binary code:

10000000 is 1, 0100000 is 2, 00100000 is 4, 00010000 is 8, 00001000 is 16, 00000100 is 32, 00000010 is 64 and 00000001 is 128. An on-off or in the case of 1, an on-off-off-off-off-off-off-off switch, would translate to a receiver as 1 which can be associated with a character on a keyboard, such as the first letter of the alphabet or the number 1 itself. 🙂 So, to get 256 you would have 11111111

To add the Clan Leader go to https://www.facebook.com/buddhistdaddy

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Team 161 Cancer, Muscular Dystrophy, Alzheimer’s, Climate Change, ect. Research Programs for PC and Phones

I recommended two programs, one for your video card and one for your CPU. For your CPU, I recommend to use Folding@Home at http://folding.stanford.edu/

Secondly, I recommend http://www.worldcommunitygrid.com using BOINC at http://boinc.berkeley.edu for research with your graphics card.

In about four days with a 8-core CPU and a GeGofrce FX 1050 graphics card I completed about 20 tasks with the World Community Grid

I recommended two programs, one for your video card and one for your CPU. For your CPU, I recommend to use Folding@Home at http://folding.stanford.edu/

Secondly, I recommend http://www.worldcommunitygrid.com using BOINC at http://boinc.berkeley.edu for research with your graphics card.

In about four days with a 8-core CPU and a GeGofrce FX 1050 graphics card I completed about 20 tasks with the World Community Grid