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    Childhood cancer project time frame?

    I have been away from crunching for a long time now and I just saw that the childhood cancer project is going again. I have a 6850k on the way to help the team. I'm really hoping this project has plenty of work to keep my rig busy!

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    Welcome aboard!

    Two sources for tracking project progress to see how much time may be left...

    http://www.wcgsig.com/projects.html

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    https://www.worldcommunitygrid.org/f...e=yes#lastpost
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    Hurricane Irma put a long delay in my new system build. Naples FL got hit hard!

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