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    Thats one mighty network

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    It fluctuates though...some days it's as low as 70...


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    so do you want a cookie now

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    what is it anyway?? i'm sorta lost?

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    Originally posted by vampstko
    so do you want a cookie now
    yes please

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    Originally posted by slinky2000
    what is it anyway?? i'm sorta lost?
    Well, heres a map

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    what the heck is the storage indicator. it says i have 0.98 Gb while in fact I have nearly 39.8 Gb...WTF? and my 755 mhz P3 is equal to a 1.4 GHz P4...hm.

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    i just started the download , will this software utilize the wasted energy of my processor ?

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    aevium - it calculates based on the time taken to complete a set of algorithms needed for a certian untit...it WILL vary (i get between 90 and 142 marks on my 1800+). In addition...it's not hard drive space, but space allocated for UD.

    aa - yep, it utilises unused CPU power.


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    Mine is 160. Thats decent for me I guess.

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    Good idea.

    What are the points for?

    My network level is 45?!

    Is this internet connection speed or what?

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    It's the speed of the network adaptor on a bell curve.


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    yes what r points for ? i earned 0 points , so ........
    mine network access performance is 42 %

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    I beloieve every 25k points, a frequent flier mile is donated to the make a wish foundation to send cancer patients to hospitals that have equipment?

    Not 100% sure though.


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    Griffhiggins 2.2 clifgriffin's Avatar
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    Okay now my numbers are more realistic. . .

    Overall: 148
    Proccessor: 151 (My Amd 1.5 Ghz out performs the Pentium 1.5 Ghz..take that intel! )
    Memory: 134
    Storage: 20? I think this depends on your settings. . .
    Network: 179!!



    Anyway, this program is a great idea. I've got it running on 2 computers now.


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    can't believe all of you have never even heard of this? You know that there's a Flashkit team, right?

    you need to download the software, then register with the team afterwards:

    http://members.ud.com/services/teams...D-A4466212D5EA

    there's a huge thread here, don't have the link handy, title: 'contribute to a cure for cancer' or similar.

    - n.


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    oh, and the air-mile thing was for the 'Make A Wish' Foundation but it has now finished. they also used to offer cash/other prizes but I don't think there is anything running at the moment...

    - n.

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    I tried to sign up, but apparently UD doesn't want my Dual Processor G4 working for them

    (My computer is permanently on, attached to a T3, and not in use for large chunks of the day (asleep or lectures, usually the former))

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    I don't understand. My network is a measly 49. I'm using a netgear fa310tx pci adapter on cable. Way too slow comparing to all of you guys. (going to garage where .44 is located)
    Late

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    Originally posted by SeaWolf
    I don't understand. My network is a measly 49. I'm using a netgear fa310tx pci adapter on cable. Way too slow comparing to all of you guys. (going to garage where .44 is located)
    Late
    How long have you been running it?

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