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    New Protein

    Okay in a weird move Stanford has released two seperate proteins with the same name p145_1L2Yunf. One of them is worth 0.6 pts while the other is worth whopping 6 pts with a 20 day deadline!!! Now if your like my and use EM3 you will get some initial error reports when you get the bigger one, since it will expect it to fold alot faster. This protein has already cause quite a few confusions. So dont freak out thinking your CPU has slowed down when you see this new one.

    http://folding.stanford.edu/psummary.html

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    145 p145_1L2Yunf 201 4 0.6 Description
    146 p145_1L2Yunf 201 20 6 Description

    I guess from looking at it the 20 point protein should be named p146_1L2Yunf seems odd for a 20 pointer to only have 201 atoms though.

    If anyone gets one can you post rough frame times here please?

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    lol - brother just got one

    it folds about 10 minutes per frame on a stock XP1800+

    funny really cos he was saying yesterday he wanted a 6 pointer (after i'd told him the biggest you could get was 5)


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    from vijay on this:
    yea, sorry. P146 got labeled as P145's. P146 is 6 points and takes 10x longer than P145 (0.6 points). Other than the labeling on the .xyz file (which doesn't have any internal meaning -- it's just there for people to see which WU they get), there is no problem. Sorry for the mixup.

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    so all that happened was it was labled wrong, oh well, as long is there isn't a problem i guess it is alright

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    NAS!!! Where are you getting all of this info?? I can't find it anywhere.

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    new WU

    Got one right now on my main rig. The client errored out and tried to send it at only 54 frames. I restarted the client and its going fine now... about 9 minutes/frame @ 1750.
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    Originally posted by verdufreak
    NAS!!! Where are you getting all of this info?? I can't find it anywhere.
    the community boards where the vijay and company hang out



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    Originally posted by NASsoccer


    the community boards where the vijay and company hang out



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    I knew that!

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    Folding Forums

    Team 32 even has a private room there where we can discuss secret strategy, but that's not the only non-public place we can chat.

    However, because these are unofficial locations where O/C forums rules aren't strictly enforced, we can't post the information here. You'll have to PM one of the Team Leaders to get the details.
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    Hehe talking to NAS Now.

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    Damn, I thought there was a problem with my Unlocked Duron last night. It kept getting the big protein while my XP1800 kept getting the small one Grrr...

    I lost at least 3 WU because of this.
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    Anyway to fix the labeling prob or do we just have to wait for them to fix it? I'm ready to go, I have 2 on my 1800+ Dually and it's taking like 10 min/frame

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    Grrr, I envision my PII 400 doing one frame every oh, half a day.

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    Average 8.76 Min/frame on XP 1736 Mhz (proteinA was 8.53 min btw).

    Also noticed:

    - Dynamic steps required: 5000000

    That seems like more than usual! Guess they are going for precision?

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    6 pointer

    OK, now I've got 4 of these on my boxes at home. Every rig has one!!!
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    Re: New Protein

    Originally posted by gtsimmo
    Okay in a weird move Stanford has released two seperate proteins with the same name p145_1L2Yunf. One of them is worth 0.6 pts while the other is worth whopping 6 pts with a 20 day deadline!!! Now if your like my and use EM3 you will get some initial error reports when you get the bigger one, since it will expect it to fold alot faster. This protein has already cause quite a few confusions. So dont freak out thinking your CPU has slowed down when you see this new one.

    http://folding.stanford.edu/psummary.html
    it was an error on stanfords part they have the wrong name they should be p146_1L2Yunf but some how it got crossed with p145_1L2Yunf don't worry from what I have been told even though it has the wrong name it will still give you the right amount of points you are suppose to get.

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    I just checked the link and it looks like they corrected the situation and it's been renamed p146_1L2Yunf

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    Originally posted by gtsimmo
    I just checked the link and it looks like they corrected the situation and it's been renamed p146_1L2Yunf
    yea when I got home today it was already corrected on the site but they are still getting sent out as p145's still so if you have a p145 that takes 8-11 minutes per a frame it's a 6 pointer and if it only takes around a minute it's a .6 pointer thats the only way I know of telling them apart

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    I am folding the p-145 Protien and at stock onmy dual XP1800
    I am running 11 minutes a frame ... Also folding a p-143 at 7 minutes a frame ....
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