XstollieX wrote:What are the details for the actual competition? Just curious
skier wrote:options that i can think of for who get a chip:
-dedicated but low-output folders
-randomly, a set amount of chips per team
-randomly among all folders participating
-winning team all get one
-losing team all get one
-highest-output, new-to-team folder
-longest-running folder participating
-most consistent folder(gets points everyday, everyday getting close to the exact same number of points) during it
-the lowest possible PPD while still getting at least one point per day of the contest
-who gets the Biggest update during the whole contest
-who gets the smallest update other than zero during the contest
-who achieves a major milestone during the event
-who achieves the most milestones during the event
-the most # of units put in during the event
-the most separate systems used
a couple ideas that came to my head
Apoptosis wrote:I got in a box of AMD 965 Black Edition processors.
At $200 a piece they will make a nice upgrade or whatever you want to do with it...
Looking at doing 3-4 person teams where the winning team member will each get a 965BE
We will also be doing a drawing for new people that join the F@H team for a chance to win a 965BE as well.
If the first contest goes well I'll have enough processors to do it again... That means as many as 10 people could be walking away with 965 BE processors, that is $2,000 worth of processors!
You guys ready to get folding?
Apoptosis wrote:Would be awesome to get a 468x60 banner made up for this as well to help promote it here on top of the forums and on the front page of LR...
DMB2000uk wrote:I'm going to suggest we hang fire for another week so we can promote this event and work out a few more technicalities (i.e. deciding who gets the processors)
We at least need to sort out team captains before we dive into this
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