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PROnet's first 1M+ point Month!

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PROnet's first 1M+ point Month!

Postby augie » Mon Jan 05, 2009 12:03 am

Man, are we ever going gangbusters at the moment! ^*^ We have moved up from the #400 spot in September, after climbing back up from #450 or so, to now doubling our production over November and currently at the #346 spot. We should have a couple more GPU folders coming on this month once they solve their hardware issues too!

This is just way too cool! :yahoo:

Ya'll are great man! :yesnod:

EDIT: Here's the PROnet STATS
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Re: PROnet's first 1M+ point Month!

Postby kanaloa » Mon Jan 05, 2009 12:26 am

Congrats guys ^*^
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Re: PROnet's first 1M+ point Month!

Postby yeshuas » Mon Jan 05, 2009 1:13 am

You passed me up on PPD score Augie, I got to get my MB back and get it going with another nVidia 260 card (-:
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