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Message 25514 - Posted: 29 Aug 2006, 22:27:26 UTC

how much you get in one hour, please report here
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I looked at my last 45 results
summary cpu time= 446576,16 sec
these are 124,0489333 hours
granted credit summary:1248,89
credit/hour=1248,89/124,04
credit/hour=10,06
max credit/day=240
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P4 2,66GHz, WinXP


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Message 25522 - Posted: 29 Aug 2006, 22:59:34 UTC
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10 wu`s 28549.67 secs (1hr pref)
Credit granted 62.12
Credit/hr 7.833
Athlon XP 2400+
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Message 25530 - Posted: 29 Aug 2006, 23:54:52 UTC

Celeron 500, 256Mram, 2.04 cr/hour
P4 1.8 northwood, 512Mram, 6.34 cr/hour
AMD64 2800+ clawhammer, 512Mram, 10.76 cr/hour
AMD64, Mobile 3700 (754 socket), 1Mram, 13.93 cr/hour
AMD64 3700 Sandiego, 1Mram, OC'ed 10%, 15.98 cr/hour
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Message 25541 - Posted: 30 Aug 2006, 2:15:00 UTC

AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4800+ 2GB RAM - 15.7*2 = 31.4/hr

Intel Celeron 2.93GHz 1GB RAM - 10.9/hr

x86 Family 6 Model 8 Stepping 3 600MHz 192MB RAM (Win 98 SE) - 3.3/hr
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Message 25542 - Posted: 30 Aug 2006, 2:15:03 UTC
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dual p3/933 (768 mb ram)
20 wu (x10 h), cpu = 685818, granted = 922
cred/h = 9.68 = 2 x 4.84

athlon 1200 (1 gb ram)
16 wu (x10 h), cpu = 535756, granted = 798
cred/h = 5.36

athlon 2700+ (1 gb ram)
11 wu (x10 h), cpu = 391195, granted = 1228
cred/h = 11.31
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Message 25546 - Posted: 30 Aug 2006, 2:41:27 UTC
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Athlon x2 4200 overclocked to 2.5ghz 2gb ram = 16.16 credits/hour per cpu

Intel Core Duo 1.66ghz 1gb ram = 12.65 credits/hour per cpu

Intel Celeron 2ghz 256mb ram = 6.05 credits/hour

Intel P4 1.5ghz 512mb ram = 5.5 credits/hour

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Message 25548 - Posted: 30 Aug 2006, 2:50:28 UTC - in response to Message 25514.  
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how much you get in one hour, please report here


This is my set of crunchers. I combined the latest 5 results, and took the average just to smooth things out. But a larger sample is needed, as credits granted can vary greatly. That is a long way to say the numbers could be off by 10-20% in either direction.

The Athlon X2 number is wrong. Turns out it was frequency throttled. Now that I fixed it, the numbers are about double.


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Message 25549 - Posted: 30 Aug 2006, 2:57:07 UTC
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Intel P4 3.2ghz 1gb ram = 7.72 c/h

Intel P4 1.7ghz 512mb ram = 5.93 c/h

Intel P3 733mhz 256mb ram = 3.97 c/h

Intel D 2.8ghz dual core 1gb ram = 11.72 c/h per core

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Message 25555 - Posted: 30 Aug 2006, 5:02:41 UTC
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Core 2 Duo E6700 @ 2.8 GHz: 23.75 c/h per core (47.5 c/h total) - got mine last weekend :-)

Intel P4 3.2 GHz HT: 7.5 c/h per thread (15 c/h total)

Intel P3 1.0GHz 256 kB cache, 384 MB ram: 3.75 c/h
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Message 25566 - Posted: 30 Aug 2006, 8:45:52 UTC - in response to Message 25555.  
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Core 2 Duo E6700 @ 2.8 GHz: 23.75 c/h per core (47.5 c/h total) - got mine last weekend :-)


Drool ... ;) ... I can't wait to get my hands on mine, I've got the X6800 Extreme Edition coming. I know it's way over priced but every once in awhile I have a Brain Fart and splurge ... :)

Are you running yours at the Stock Rated Speed or have you Overclocked it, I'm going to try and get the X6800 up over 3.4Ghz. Any where between 3.4 & 3.5 will be just fine.
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Message 25580 - Posted: 30 Aug 2006, 12:32:30 UTC - in response to Message 25566.  
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Are you running yours at the Stock Rated Speed or have you Overclocked it
It is only 5 % overclocked (to 2.8 GHz) - the board I am using is not designed for overclocking and I want it to be rock-bottom stable. I'm still playing with the BIOS settings to squeeze some more speed out of it... ;-)
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Message 25595 - Posted: 30 Aug 2006, 13:52:41 UTC - in response to Message 25580.  

It is only 5 % overclocked (to 2.8 GHz) - the board I am using is not designed for overclocking and I want it to be rock-bottom stable. I'm still playing with the BIOS settings to squeeze some more speed out of it... ;-)


I noticed that when I checked your Computers & realized it was OC'ed a little bit. Stability is the the main reason I went with the X6800 EE, if I don't want to overclock it I don't have to & it will be plenty fast as is is. The Motherboard I'm getting is quite versatile for Overclocking & the CPU will have a Mini Liquid Cooling System so I should be able to bump it up & still retain Stability ... :)
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Message 25606 - Posted: 30 Aug 2006, 16:05:23 UTC

P4 @2.4 Ghz, Memory 512 MB, MFPS: 1225.11, MIS: 2358.67, WIN XP
Credit/Hour: 8.06 - 10.32 (Different WU)

Celeron D @ 2.66 Ghz, Memory 256 MB, MFPS: 1318.08, MIS: 2173.58, WIN XP
Credit/Hour: 9.35 - 10.48 (Different WU)



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Message 25714 - Posted: 31 Aug 2006, 10:22:17 UTC

An Opteron dual core running at 2.6GHz (Opteron 2218) gets an average of 18.1 credits per hour, with a range of 13.4-22.5, that's over 26 work units processed between 25th and 31st of August. The granted credit for the said workunits is on average 2.4 times the claimed value, range 1.8-3.1. This machine is running Linux.

Another linux machine, this one with 4x Opteron 840 is getting 9.3 credits per hour, which is 2.1 times the claimed value. Number of workunits: 9.

In comparison, my Windows machine with an Athlon64 3400+ (only two workunits in the database) is getting around 14.3 credits per hour, and 1.1 times the claimed credit.

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Message 25819 - Posted: 1 Sep 2006, 9:46:33 UTC

AMD Athalon XP 2400+ (2.0 GHZ)
768 MB DDR 2100
Windows XP Home
My WU time is set to 10 hours
Without typing all of the info, 90.34 hours and credits and stuff,
I am getting 8.185 credits/hour
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Message 25842 - Posted: 1 Sep 2006, 18:41:34 UTC
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P4 3Ghz HT Linux: 7.87 credits/hour/thread (~twice the claimed credits)
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Message 25852 - Posted: 1 Sep 2006, 21:44:10 UTC - in response to Message 25819.  

AMD Athalon XP 2400+ (2.0 GHZ)
768 MB DDR 2100
Windows XP Home
My WU time is set to 10 hours
Without typing all of the info, 90.34 hours and credits and stuff,
I am getting 8.185 credits/hour


You seem to be doing better than me with the same system although you have more RAM and longer wu pref. Do either af these make any differance.
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Message 25985 - Posted: 4 Sep 2006, 10:17:22 UTC - in response to Message 25852.  

AMD Athalon XP 2400+ (2.0 GHZ)
768 MB DDR 2100
Windows XP Home
My WU time is set to 10 hours
Without typing all of the info, 90.34 hours and credits and stuff,
I am getting 8.185 credits/hour


You seem to be doing better than me with the same system although you have more RAM and longer wu pref. Do either af these make any differance.


In theory no difference between short and long run-time. But bear in mind that differences in memory types (slower or faster timings) as well as many other factors may matter here:
- Network packages may take a small amount of cpu-time.
- Incoming e-mails being scanned for viruses etc.

Each workunit will take about a minute to start up, but as long as you don't have 1 hour per work-unit it shouldn't make a whole lot of difference.

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Message 25997 - Posted: 4 Sep 2006, 15:32:16 UTC

AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800, O/C to 2.58GHz (7.5% O/C)
2GB Ram (clocked at CL2.5)
Windows XP
32.69 Credits/Hr (Most recent 10 results)
hostid=288946

AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400, Stock Clock (2.2GHz)
1GB RAM (forget what type, think it's CL3)
Linux (SUSE 10.1 SMP)
28.92 Credits/Hr (most recent 12 results)
hostid=288952

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Message 26004 - Posted: 4 Sep 2006, 16:39:00 UTC - in response to Message 25852.  

You seem to be doing better than me with the same system although you have more RAM and longer wu pref. Do either af these make any differance.


Bird-Dog,

you are running WUs for 1 hour which gives you a lot of overhead for initialization especially on WUs with bigger proteins. Longer runtimes will surely increase your output if you have your PC on for several hours.

However, if you only have it on shorter then initialization will take place each time you start up the machine and will cost time. Longer runtimes per WU will only help you little in that case. But they will save you online time/volume.

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