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Love KSC but don't use your CPU/GPU much for other games? Do IRL Science/R&D with the leftover processing power!

So, a year ago, I got a strong gaming rig with GTX 680, i7 3770k and 16 Gb RAM. But since I got KSP, I haven't played any other game at all. This means that my computer never uses more than 30% GPU, 25% CPU and 25% RAM. What do I do with the rest? I thought, why not make my Kerbals proud and use it for real science research. After all, the greatest benefit that KSP does for society [besides the fun] is the interest in science that it creates.
So I looked around and found Boinc, a virtual supercomputer grid project which uses volunteered computers to do math for research. If it were a physical supercomputer, it would be #4 in the world in processing power. That's what hundreds of thousands of computers all connected but running just ~10% of their processors each can do.
The Project works like so - The volunteer downloads a client which acts as a manager for your share in the donated processing power. You can get it here. Once installed, you can use it set your preferences [Use CPU/GPU only when idle, schedules and usage limits for your processors, etc] and attach to research projects that are a part of BOINC. Having done this, the research project sends your pc a task for processing. Each task is usually just a few MBs in size. After the calculations are done, the result is sent back to be integrated in the research data. You can pause its processing at any time or stop it altogether. It automatically stops when CPU/GPU intensive programs are running. Each research project can be joined or left any time or its priority/processing share adjusted.
Some of the projects include - Calculating protein folding results to aid in medical research for AIDS, Alzheimers, Cancer research etc; Tracking and resolving asteroids and other small celestial bodies; Calculating systems and research data for future missions to other planets [rover systems, transfer rocket statistics, etc]; process chemical, mechanical and quantum properties to use in nanotech research; analyze global weather data for climate change research; so on.
Any thoughts? Lets discuss!
TL;DR - Because KSC is light on processing*, use a small part of the leftover processing power to crunch numbers for Real world research projects as a part of the world's largest virtual supercomputer. Help research Medicine, Cosmology, Nanotechnology,etc.
Ps. *KSC is actually very light in usage. The reason it gets terrible fps or crashes is that the Unity engine it uses does not optimally use current CPU/GPU/RAM capabilities.
Note - This isn't like bitcoin mining.
You can select how much of your processing power is given. You can give 10% of your CPU and 0% of your GPU so it doesn't even affect the temperature or power usage much at all, thereby having a negligible impact on your component life. The important thing is that even just 5% processing from an average computer will make a difference.
PPS. You can copy and paste this to wherever you like if you want to spread the word. If you know a community on the internet or IRL that might like/support this, please share/repost it there.
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Have a good rig but don't frequently use much of its capability? Do Science/R&D with your leftover processing power!

So, a year ago, I got a strong gaming rig with GTX 680, i7 3770k and 16 Gb RAM. But since I got KSP, I haven't played any other game at all. This means that my computer never uses more than 30% GPU, 25% CPU and 25% RAM. What do I do with the rest?
So I looked around and found Boinc, a virtual supercomputer grid project which uses volunteered computers to do math for research. If it were a physical supercomputer, it would be #4 in the world in processing power. That's what hundreds of thousands of computers all connected but running just ~10% of their processors each can do.
The Project works like so - The volunteer downloads a client which acts as a manager for your share in the donated processing power. You can get it here. Once installed, you can use it set your preferences [Use CPU/GPU only when idle, schedules and usage limits for your processors, etc] and attach to research projects that are a part of BOINC. Having done this, the research project sends your pc a task for processing. Each task is usually just a few MBs in size. After the calculations are done, the result is sent back to be integrated in the research data. You can pause its processing at any time or stop it altogether. It automatically stops when CPU/GPU intensive programs are running. Each research project can be joined or left any time or its priority/processing share adjusted.
Some of the projects include - Calculating protein folding results to aid in medical research for AIDS, Alzheimers, Cancer research etc; Tracking and resolving asteroids and other small celestial bodies; Calculating systems and research data for future missions to other planets [rover systems, transfer rocket statistics, etc]; process chemical, mechanical and quantum properties to use in nanotech research; analyze global weather data for climate change research; so on.
Any thoughts? Lets discuss!
TL;DR - If you dont frequently use much of your CPU/GPU, use a small part of the leftover processing power to crunch numbers for Real world research projects as a part of the world's largest virtual supercomputer. Help research Medicine, Cosmology, Nanotechnology,etc.
Note - This isn't like bitcoin mining.
You can select how much of your processing power is given. You can give 10% of your CPU and 0% of your GPU so it doesn't even affect the temperature or power usage much at all, thereby having a negligible impact on your component life. The important thing is that even just 5% processing from an average computer will make a difference.
Ps. You can copy and paste this to wherever you like if you want to spread the word. If you know a community on the internet or IRL that might like/support this, please share/repost it there.
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Join the world's largest virtual supercomputer & do IRL Science/R&D with your leftover processing power!

So, a year ago, I got a strong gaming rig with GTX 680, i7 3770k and 16 Gb RAM. But since I got KSP, I haven't played any other game at all. This means that my computer never uses more than 30% GPU, 25% CPU and 25% RAM. What do I do with the rest?
So I looked around and found Boinc, a virtual supercomputer grid project which uses volunteered computers to do math for research. If it were a physical supercomputer, it would be #4 in the world in processing power. That's what hundreds of thousands of computers all connected but running just ~10% of their processors each can do.
The Project works like so - The volunteer downloads a client which acts as a manager for your share in the donated processing power. You can get it here. Once installed, you can use it set your preferences [Use CPU/GPU only when idle, schedules and usage limits for your processors, etc] and attach to research projects that are a part of BOINC. Having done this, the research project sends your pc a task for processing. Each task is usually just a few MBs in size. After the calculations are done, the result is sent back to be integrated in the research data. You can pause its processing at any time or stop it altogether. It automatically stops when CPU/GPU intensive programs are running. Each research project can be joined or left any time or its priority/processing share adjusted.
Some of the projects include - Calculating protein folding results to aid in medical research for AIDS, Alzheimers, Cancer research etc; Tracking and resolving asteroids and other small celestial bodies; Calculating systems and research data for future missions to other planets [rover systems, transfer rocket statistics, etc]; process chemical, mechanical and quantum properties to use in nanotech research; analyze global weather data for climate change research; so on.
Any thoughts? Lets discuss!
TL;DR - If you dont frequently use much of your CPU/GPU, use a small part of the leftover processing power to crunch numbers for Real world research projects as a part of the world's largest virtual supercomputer. Help research Medicine, Cosmology, Nanotechnology,etc.
Note - This isn't like bitcoin mining.
You can select how much of your processing power is given. You can give 10% of your CPU and 0% of your GPU so it doesn't even affect the temperature or power usage much at all, thereby having a negligible impact on your component life. The important thing is that even just 5% processing from an average computer will make a difference.
Ps. You can copy and paste this to wherever you like if you want to spread the word. If you know a community on the internet or IRL that might like/support this, please share/repost it there.
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Love KSC but don't use your CPU/GPU much for other games? Do IRL Science/R&D with the leftover processing power!

So, a year ago, I got a strong gaming rig with GTX 680, i7 3770k and 16 Gb RAM. But since I got KSP, I haven't played any other game at all. This means that my computer never uses more than 30% GPU, 25% CPU and 25% RAM. What do I do with the rest? I thought, why not make my Kerbals proud and use it for real science research. After all, the greatest benefit that KSP does for society [besides the fun] is the interest in science that it creates.
So I looked around and found Boinc, a virtual supercomputer grid project which uses volunteered computers to do math for research. If it were a physical supercomputer, it would be #4 in the world in processing power. That's what hundreds of thousands of computers all connected but running just ~10% of their processors each can do.
The Project works like so - The volunteer downloads a client which acts as a manager for your share in the donated processing power. You can get it here. Once installed, you can use it set your preferences [Use CPU/GPU only when idle, schedules and usage limits for your processors, etc] and attach to research projects that are a part of BOINC. Having done this, the research project sends your pc a task for processing. Each task is usually just a few MBs in size. After the calculations are done, the result is sent back to be integrated in the research data. You can pause its processing at any time or stop it altogether. It automatically stops when CPU/GPU intensive programs are running. Each research project can be joined or left any time or its priority/processing share adjusted.
Some of the projects include - Calculating protein folding results to aid in medical research for AIDS, Alzheimers, Cancer research etc; Tracking and resolving asteroids and other small celestial bodies; Calculating systems and research data for future missions to other planets [rover systems, transfer rocket statistics, etc]; processing chemical, mechanical and quantum properties to use in nanotech research; analyze global weather data for climate change research; so on.
Any thoughts? Lets discuss!
TL;DR - Because KSC is light on processing*, use a small part of the leftover processing power to crunch numbers for Real world research projects as a part of the world's largest virtual supercomputer. Help research Medicine, Cosmology, Nanotechnology,etc.
Ps. *KSC is actually very light in usage. The reason it gets terrible fps or crashes is that the Unity engine it uses does not optimally use current CPU/GPU/RAM capabilities.
Note - This isn't like bitcoin mining.
You can select how much of your processing power is given. You can give 10% of your CPU and 0% of your GPU so it doesn't even affect the temperature or power usage much at all, thereby having a negligible impact on your component life. The important thing is that even just 5% processing from an average computer will make a difference.
Ps. You can copy and paste this to wherever you like if you want to spread the word. If you know a community on the internet or IRL that might like/support this, please share/repost it there.
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Join the world's largest virtual supercomputer & do IRL Science/R&D with your leftover processing power!

So, a year ago, I got a strong gaming rig with GTX 680, i7 3770k and 16 Gb RAM. But since I got KSP, I haven't played any other game at all. This means that my computer never uses more than 30% GPU, 25% CPU and 25% RAM. What do I do with the rest?
So I looked around and found Boinc, a virtual supercomputer grid project which uses volunteered computers to do math for research. If it were a physical supercomputer, it would be #4 in the world in processing power. That's what hundreds of thousands of computers all connected but running just ~10% of their processors each can do.
The Project works like so - The volunteer downloads a client which acts as a manager for your share in the donated processing power. You can get it here. Once installed, you can use it set your preferences [Use CPU/GPU only when idle, schedules and usage limits for your processors, etc] and attach to research projects that are a part of BOINC. Having done this, the research project sends your pc a task for processing. Each task is usually just a few MBs in size. After the calculations are done, the result is sent back to be integrated in the research data. You can pause its processing at any time or stop it altogether. It automatically stops when CPU/GPU intensive programs are running. Each research project can be joined or left any time or its priority/processing share adjusted.
Some of the projects include - Calculating protein folding results to aid in medical research for AIDS, Alzheimers, Cancer research etc; Tracking and resolving asteroids and other small celestial bodies; Calculating systems and research data for future missions to other planets [rover systems, transfer rocket statistics, etc]; process chemical, mechanical and quantum properties to use in nanotech research; analyze global weather data for climate change research; so on.
Any thoughts? Lets discuss!
TL;DR - If you dont frequently use much of your CPU/GPU, use a small part of the leftover processing power to crunch numbers for Real world research projects as a part of the world's largest virtual supercomputer. Help research Medicine, Cosmology, Nanotechnology,etc.
Note - This isn't like bitcoin mining.
You can select how much of your processing power is given. You can give 10% of your CPU and 0% of your GPU so it doesn't even affect the temperature or power usage much at all, thereby having a negligible impact on your component life. The important thing is that even just 5% processing from an average computer will make a difference.
Ps. You can copy and paste this to wherever you like if you want to spread the word. If you know a community on the internet or IRL that might like/support this, please share/repost it there.
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Have a good rig but don't frequently use much of its capability? Do IRL Science/R&D with your leftover processing power!

So, a year ago, I got a strong gaming rig with GTX 680, i7 3770k and 16 Gb RAM. But since I got KSP, I haven't played any other game at all. This means that my computer never uses more than 30% GPU, 25% CPU and 25% RAM. What do I do with the rest?
So I looked around and found Boinc, a virtual supercomputer grid project which uses volunteered computers to do math for research. If it were a physical supercomputer, it would be #4 in the world in processing power. That's what hundreds of thousands of computers all connected but running just ~10% of their processors each can do.
The Project works like so - The volunteer downloads a client which acts as a manager for your share in the donated processing power. You can get it here. Once installed, you can use it set your preferences [Use CPU/GPU only when idle, schedules and usage limits for your processors, etc] and attach to research projects that are a part of BOINC. Having done this, the research project sends your pc a task for processing. Each task is usually just a few MBs in size. After the calculations are done, the result is sent back to be integrated in the research data. You can pause its processing at any time or stop it altogether. It automatically stops when CPU/GPU intensive programs are running. Each research project can be joined or left any time or its priority/processing share adjusted.
Some of the projects include - Calculating protein folding results to aid in medical research for AIDS, Alzheimers, Cancer research etc; Tracking and resolving asteroids and other small celestial bodies; Calculating systems and research data for future missions to other planets [rover systems, transfer rocket statistics, etc]; process chemical, mechanical and quantum properties to use in nanotech research; analyze global weather data for climate change research; so on.
Any thoughts? Lets discuss!
TL;DR - If you dont frequently use much of your CPU/GPU, use a small part of the leftover processing power to crunch numbers for Real world research projects as a part of the world's largest virtual supercomputer. Help research Medicine, Cosmology, Nanotechnology,etc.
Note - This isn't like bitcoin mining.
You can select how much of your processing power is given. You can give 10% of your CPU and 0% of your GPU so it doesn't even affect the temperature or power usage much at all, thereby having a negligible impact on your component life. The important thing is that even just 5% processing from an average computer will make a difference.
Ps. You can copy and paste this to wherever you like if you want to spread the word. If you know a community on the internet or IRL that might like/support this, please share/repost it there.
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