Credits Earned Seem High

David Kleinke
David Kleinke
Joined: 19 Mar 22
Posts: 1
Credit: 11,145,132
RAC: 128,181
Topic 227266

I'm very new to Einstein@Home (March 19, 2022) but started with SETI@Home in 2015 and also have a good number of credits with Milkyway@home, Rosetta@home, Yoyo@home, and the World Community Grid. My concern is that I already have almost 600,000 credits. Seemed high so I went into the task details, and it showed that I was getting 3465 credits for Gamma-ray pulsar binary search #1 on GPUs v1.22 () windows_x86_64 jobs. Is this right? Thank you for any feedback.

GWGeorge007
GWGeorge007
Joined: 8 Jan 18
Posts: 903
Credit: 1,720,892,927
RAC: 6,715,819

Yup!  That is correct!  For

Yup!  That is correct!  For Gamma-ray pulsar binary search #1 on GPUs v1.22 the earned credit is 3465.

George

A proud member of the O.F.A. (Old Farts Association)

mikey
mikey
Joined: 22 Jan 05
Posts: 8,756
Credit: 921,929,011
RAC: 5,919,291

David Kleinke wrote: I'm

David Kleinke wrote:

I'm very new to Einstein@Home (March 19, 2022) but started with SETI@Home in 2015 and also have a good number of credits with Milkyway@home, Rosetta@home, Yoyo@home, and the World Community Grid. My concern is that I already have almost 600,000 credits. Seemed high so I went into the task details, and it showed that I was getting 3465 credits for Gamma-ray pulsar binary search #1 on GPUs v1.22 () windows_x86_64 jobs. Is this right? Thank you for any feedback. 

They ARE high but we think that reflects the priority the Project puts on them.

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