Xgrid@Stanford widget
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Realtime status information about the largest Xgrid cluster.   Free
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Xgrid@stanford... What better widget for a Dashboard than a speedometer? This one is very special, though. It will allow you to monitor the size and speed of a large cluster of Macs connected via Xgrid to perform large calculations on biochemical models, a project called Xgrid@Stanford. You don't even have to join to see it all. How many GHz right now? How many computers working? How many processors churning numbers? All of this laid out in a gorgeous design brought to you by the makers of Tigergotchi and Pianochords, two recent hits on the Apple widget list.

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What's New
Version 3.1: Leopard compatible.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later, does NOT require xgrid to be installed or configured.



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Downloads:2,684
Version Downloads:1,152
Type:Games : Sports
License:Free
Date:11 Jan 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Xgrid@stanford... What better widget for a Dashboard than a speedometer? This one is very special, though. It will allow you to monitor the size and speed of a large cluster of Macs connected via Xgrid to perform large calculations on biochemical models, a project called Xgrid@Stanford. You don't even have to join to see it all. How many GHz right now? How many computers working? How many processors churning numbers? All of this laid out in a gorgeous design brought to you by the makers of Tigergotchi and Pianochords, two recent hits on the Apple widget list.

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