Some of you may have already done this but there is a better way of running Folding @ Home if you're using a multi-core processor.
It's actually fairly easy to set up so long as you remember your cores and assignments lol.
I tried running all 6 of the cores dedicated to [email protected] on my 1055t but it really bogged the system down pretty bad. Shut down 1 core and she's running smoothly now on just 5 cores. The temps did go up a little on the CPU from 31C to 39C but it's stable now at 39C. Also the NorthBridge went from 32C to 37C.
Other than a small rise in temps no problems at all. My GPU (Ati 5870) didn't even budge it's 30C temp at all.
If you're running a quad-core I'd suggest just running 3 cores.
Make sure you get rid of the work and que data folders from the original installation after you've made your copies!