I'm out of town for 15 days and will keep my Pentium D 840 XE system running during this time. The objective is too find how stable an air-cooled Pentium D system is when it is running with all 4 CPU at 100% load for a sustained period of time. Abit AW8 Max Pentium D 840XE (HT enabled) 2 x 515 MB + 2 x 256 MB DDR2 ar 3-3-3 Aircooling with XP-120 + 120 mm fan running at around 1,500 rpm 1 x Hitachi 160 PATA HDD Radeon X300 Pro 1 x 120 mm exhaust fan The room temperature is currently around 30~28 C. Outside temperature toady was 34C. The system is folding with 4 F@H instances. I will not run a webcam like THG , but everybody can follow up how the system is moving (or whether it's dead) by checking: http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/user_list.php?s=&t=24&p=4 I have 2 systems running: 1 P4 2.6 that makes around 200~300 points per day and the 840XE system that makes around 500~ 600 points per day. Both systems should produce not less than around 11,000 points within the next 15 days until I am back. If the dual core system fails, it would be not more than 4,000 points. Current status is 81,012 points. If the Pentium D system does not fail, my total folding score should be at least at 92,000 points on July 11.