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1) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1505980)
Posted 3 hours ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 300 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, eOn: Long timescale dynamics, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Rosetta@home as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.




Here is the team statistic.





2) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1505379)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 300 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, eOn: Long timescale dynamics, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Rosetta@home as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.




Here is the team statistic.





3) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1504884)
Posted 2 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 300 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, eOn: Long timescale dynamics, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Rosetta@home as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.




Here is the team statistic.





4) Message boards : Number crunching : Win8 delete admin password (Message 1504857)
Posted 2 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski
A friend set a admin password (Win8), he use just the normal user account, he forgot the admin password, so he can't install new software on his laptop now.

Is there a legal way to delete the admin password on the own laptop, if it has been forgotten?

Thanks.

Please just legal ways, otherwise the forum mods will hide this thread.
5) Message boards : Number crunching : Correct delete of HDD before new OS install? (Message 1504392)
Posted 3 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski
I finish the usage of WinXP 32bit on my PC.
I'll install Win8.1 64bit on the PC.

How I should delete the HDD complete (maybe also virus & Co. ..) that the new OS get a "fresh" new HDD.

I did it in past like:
In Windows ..
Format C:
Reboot of the PC and I get a DOS screen (because no OS installed).

Switched off the PC for at least 30 seconds to clear the system RAM (to kill virus & Co. ..).

Switched on the PC and in DOS screen format C:.
Switch off the PC.

Switch on the PC go into BIOS and set USB (DVD drive) as 1st device, HDD as 2nd device.
Insert OS DVD in USB DVD drive.
Save and exit BIOS and the OS install with DVD start.

This would be a good way to delete virus & Co. on HDD - and start the new OS with a "fresh" new HDD?

Thanks.
6) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1503661)
Posted 5 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 300 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, eOn: Long timescale dynamics, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Rosetta@home as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.




Here is the team statistic.





7) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1502935)
Posted 7 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 300 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, eOn: Long timescale dynamics, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Rosetta@home as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.




Here is the team statistic.





8) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1502454)
Posted 8 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 300 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, eOn: Long timescale dynamics, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Rosetta@home as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.




Here is the team statistic.





9) Message boards : Number crunching : HTPC, which hardware? (Message 1502449)
Posted 8 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski
I read in the web a lot in the meantime - I don't know if it's true ..

It looks like, if you want to look HDTV on a PC screen you need a HDMI port or a DVI port which support HDCP.
HDMI have HDCP, but not all DVI ports.
If you look HDTV, HDCP "protect" the signal before "steal" & recording, between source (GPU card) and receiver (screen).

I have a LG E2240T screen which have a D-SUB and a DVI-D port.
In the manual I can't read if the DVI port support/can handle HDCP.
Here (pcwelt.de, point "Ausstattung") I can read that the DVI port support HDCP. So it "could" work - if this statement is true.

It looks like I need a dual or two TV-cards for to look and record simultaneously.
I looked at Hauppauge and found two cards:
WinTV-NOVA-HD-S2 PCI (S2: H.264, S: MPEG-2)

WinTV-HVR-1100 PCI (MPEG-2) (but currently no 64bit OS support)

So I would need to go with the WinTV-HVR-3300 PCIe (MPEG-2) (just for the DVB-T receiver)
With this card I can receive UKW/FM radio station? The card above can do this ..

The HTPC will be connected via DSL router with a Smart-TV.
In the Smart-TV manual I can read, I select a folder on the HTPC HDD and the Smart-TV can show then the recorded shows/movies.
The Smart-TV support H.264 and MPEG-2, so there I don't need to change the storage format.

Like I wrote above, I'm new in this area.
I guess there are storage formats which need less MB than the original storage formats H.264 and MPEG-2, or?
The Smart-TV support:
For "normal": Motion JPEG, Microsoft MPEG-4 v1/v2/v3, H.263 Sorrenson, Window Media Video v7 (WMV1)/v8 (WMV2), VP6
HDTV: HEVC (H.265), H.264 BP/MP/HP, DivX 3.11/4.x/5/6, MPEG4 SP/ASP, Windows Media Video v9 (VC1), MVC, MPEG2, MPEG1, VP8
I have no idea how much MBs they need less than the original formats .. - maybe 50% less or more?
So then I guess I would need to let transcode it to save storage room on the HDD. Also - if I want to burn a DVD or Blu-ray, the storage format need to transcode, right?
.. but the GPU in the HTPC should support also this storage format.

AFAIK, in past the AMD CPUs transcode faster than Intel CPUs.
But now, I don't know which tools are available, maybe they use today also the GPU for this work?
Which CPU/GPU I should use?
Maybe the AMD A10 7850K 4x3.7GHz or the Intel Core i5 4670K 4x3.4GHz (both with iGPU).
Or better if CPU and GPU separately?

OTOH ..
Today it's OK to play games on PC?
For a lot years I played on my AMD Athlon 600 with Win98SE.
After a few installed games I needed to format the HDD and install the OS again new, because with all the games on the PC he was not longer useful for web surfing or office work. He was "damaged".
With the HTPC, I will use Win8.1 64bit.
Today it's better and after installation of a few games I can still use the PC like before?
If, then I guess I need to go with CPU and GPU separately ..

Although I'm not a gamer, just for the chance to make it or prepare it for the future ..

Thanks.
10) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1501547)
Posted 10 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 300 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, eOn: Long timescale dynamics, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Rosetta@home as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.




Here is the team statistic.





11) Message boards : Number crunching : HTPC, which hardware? (Message 1501107)
Posted 11 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski
Which hardware would be the best to build a Home Theatre PC?

This is a new area for me, so my apologies because of the following questions ..

I have a satellite dish (DVB-S & -S2 (HD)) & "normal" - TV (DVB-T).
I would like to look & record shows or movies ("normal" and in HD resolution) on HDD and burn to DVD or Blu-ray ..

The screen have a VGA & DVI port.

1st, is this to now possible?

I would like to record HDTV to HDD, burn to Blu-ray, and look on my screen via DVI port ..
And look DVB-S2 and record DVB-T, or record DVB-S2 and look DVB-T - simultaneously ..
- possible?

How I could test to see if the DVI connection (screen) support High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP)?

Which CPU & GPU would be the best, AMD or Intel or NVidia?
Or maybe APUs (CPU with iGPU)?

2- or 4- core/thread CPU?
How much compute units &/or shaders in the GPU?

Thanks.
12) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1501083)
Posted 11 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 300 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, eOn: Long timescale dynamics, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Rosetta@home as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.




Here is the team statistic.





13) Message boards : Number crunching : WinXP EOS -> Motherboard is Win8.1 compatible? (Message 1501079)
Posted 11 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski
microsoft.com/upgrade-to-windows-8
I have let run the WinVista/XP tool.

In latest (v1.3) BIOS of my ASRock G41M-GS motherboard & Intel Core2 Duo E7600 CPU:
No- Execute Memory Protection [enabled/disabled] (If disabled force the XD feature flag to always return 0.)


No- Execute Memory Protection [disabled]
- the tool say: no NX support (negative result/info).

No- Execute Memory Protection [enabled]
- the tool say: NX support (no negative result/info).


The tool say, "Secure Boot" not possible. (UEFI BIOS needed - just with newer motherboards)
Is this a feature which I should use nowadays?
New motherboard, CPU, RAM needed then ..

Thanks.
14) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1500553)
Posted 13 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 300 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, eOn: Long timescale dynamics, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Rosetta@home as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.




Here is the team statistic.





15) Message boards : Number crunching : WinXP EOS -> it's really unsafe after April 08, 2014? (Message 1500552)
Posted 13 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski
The support for WinXP will end at April 08, 2014: microsoft.com.
After this the OS will not get new security updates.

From what I read in the web, the bad people eagerly await this date, because they know opened doors already for to attack WinXP PCs then.
Is this true?
Or incorrect information in order to sell more Microsoft OS's? ;-)

IIRC, my WinXP PC didn't got security updates after I installed WinXP SP3.
So maybe the last 3 years no new security update.
It looks like my PC got never a virus. At least the virus tool found no virus. ;-)
But, I'm already unsafe in the web?

I have my WinXP PC at a DSL Router. He have a hardware firewall.
Or is there no difference between modem (directly) and router (firewall) connection?

If I go at April 09 with my Firefox (latest/newest v28) into the web (still with WinXP), it could be dangerous?
How I could infect my WinXP PC?
If I go to a hacked (or bad) website?
Or if the WinXP PC is just connected to the internet (my DSL router (PC) is (must be) 24/7 online, because VoIP (web phone))?

Thanks.
16) Message boards : Number crunching : WinXP EOS -> Motherboard is Win8.1 compatible? (Message 1500021)
Posted 14 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski
I saw here: microsoft.com/windows-8/system-requirements
- that the motherboard need NX support: microsoft.com/what-is-pae-nx-sse2.

I opened the motherboard BIOS/Security like described:
There is just:
Supervisor Password User Password


I looked around and found under an other point:
No- Execute Memory Protection [enable/disable] (If disabled force the XD feature flag to always return 0.)


If I enable this, the NX feature is on?

BTW, the Intel Core2 Duo E7600 can do NX?
[EDIT: ark.intel.com/Intel-Core2-Duo-E7600, is "Execute Disable Bit" the NX support?]

Thanks.
17) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1499990)
Posted 14 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 300 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, eOn: Long timescale dynamics, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Rosetta@home as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.




Here is the team statistic.





18) Message boards : Number crunching : AMD GPU Drivers - recommendations / known issues? (Message 1498852)
Posted 16 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski
(It's time for an "AMD GPU Drivers" thread here in the forum? ;-)

Soon I will upgrade my PC with Win8.1 64bit OS and AMD R9 270X card.

I'm new with AMD GPU cards ..

I should download & use just the officially drivers from the AMD website (like I did it with the NV drivers)?

Which AMD driver I should install?
Known issues with a driver version?

If I looked correct, the currently recommended AMD driver (for above mentioned OS & GPU card) is "Catalyst Software Suite v13.12":
Display Driver ver. 13.251
OpenCL Driver ver. 10.0.1348.5
Catalyst Control Center ver. 2013.1206.1602.28764


What I need to install ("advanced" (un-/check parts) installation possible?) to let run the (stock & opti) SAH (or other projects) OpenCL apps?
Just the Display- & OpenCL drivers?

I could speed up the project tasks calculation with help of specially settings in the "Catalyst Control Center"?

[EDIT: Specially tools/software additional needed to let run the SAH (or other projects) OpenCL apps? Example "Microsoft .NET", "DirectX" or something other?]

Thanks.
19) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1498841)
Posted 16 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 300 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, eOn: Long timescale dynamics, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Rosetta@home as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.




Here is the team statistic.





20) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : seti.international (Message 1498369)
Posted 17 days ago by Profile [seti.international] Dirk Sadowski




The team seti.international was founded at April/26 2009 06:34 GMT/UTC.

The primary BOINC project of the team seti.international is SETI@home.
If you do only SETI@home - or it's your primary BOINC project, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international believe in the science of SETI@home.
If you think the same way, then is seti.international your team.

The team seti.international is for people who participate and believe in SETI@home, to give them a place to meet and talk with others who share this interest.
We have knowledge about hard-/software and SETI@home, so we could help you to increase the performance of your PCs.


The team seti.international currently has no website (public forum), but all teams could have a 'private/hidden' forum at SETI@home, where members can talk.
And of course, the team seti.international also has this forum.

In the forum of the team seti.international is english the preferred language. But we can speak also german.

(Im Forum vom Team seti.international ist Englisch die bevorzugte Sprache. Aber wir koennen auch deutsch sprechen.)


The team seti.international have over 300 members from over 50 countries.


If you would like to join the team seti.international at SETI@home then click here.




The team seti.international also support the non CPU intensive BOINC project WUProp@Home side by side with SETI@home.
The work units of this BOINC project use only a few seconds CPU time at the day.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at WUProp@Home then click here.




Sometimes SETI@home test new project applications, this will be done at SETI@home Beta Test.
The team seti.international also support the BOINC project SETI@home Beta Test for to test the new project applications.
If you would like to join the team seti.international also at SETI@home Beta Test then click here.




The team seti.international have inter alia currently Collatz Conjecture, Einstein@Home, eOn: Long timescale dynamics, GPUGRID, MilkyWay@home, Rosetta@home as secondary BOINC projects.
If you would like you could join the team seti.international also there.




Here is the team statistic.







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