So here we go TPR enters into another year, another mark on the dungeon wall for Doris. 2013 and TPR, so what is planned?
Plans for the year for TPR - the forums are what the members make the forums. We have an very active and highly noticeable team effort as always in Distributed Computing, GPUGrid getting a lot of cycles but we still have nice numbers being posted by all the TPR computing teams. Computing tech has got a lot more reliable, but the Intel releases in 2012 did revive the art of overclocking and getting the most from a bit of kit, for points and for science.
Is it time for you to re-kindle your computing power with TPR? Be sure to head into the Crunchers Cafe and ask away on what is current, what your computer can do to help with research projects around the world in many different fields.
The gaming side of TPR is starting fires in all games we play, playing fair with diplomacy and many broods of attack pigeons. The year has started well in Tiberium Alliances now that it would seem the life has left the EU2 and SP2 games, it's not a game when you are playing against yourself. We are making new friends in gaming, and with any luck we'll get some new crunchers in distributed computing along the way.
Server administration side of things, well
still loves us, and so do the XRumer bots, this year may see the server being moved as the current dedicated server is a little old in the teeth now compared to the newer cheaper infrastructure of the "cloud" computing hosting. It's all about time, the affiliate link domain www.crunchyhog.co.uk
is still bringing some money towards the hosting, but we are now mainly sponsored by a company that wishes to not shout about it and break the TPR tradition of zero adverts.