Crunch Time S5 Workunits

somebodley
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RE: Athlon 64

Message 38225 in response to message 38221

Quote:
Athlon 64 3000+:
29,386.38
29,805.17
29,651.68
29,897.36
28,393.25
Athlon 64 X2 4400+:
24,824.16
24,767.86

MacBook Pro ...
20,235
20,241

... and doin it sweet!!!!!
WOOT!!!!!

Pepperammi
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RE: RE: Athlon 64

Message 38226 in response to message 38225

Quote:
Quote:
Athlon 64 3000+:
29,386.38
29,805.17
29,651.68
29,897.36
28,393.25
Athlon 64 X2 4400+:
24,824.16
24,767.86

MacBook Pro ... 20,235
20,241

... and doin it sweet!!!!!
WOOT!!!!!

That's annoying.
There anything special about that macbook? its doing incredible.

Mike Hewson
Mike Hewson
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Posts: 6,373
Credit: 195,311,457
RAC: 169,853

From here: RE: There are

From here:

Quote:

There are two types of workunits: short and long. The short workunits have XXXX.X less than or equal to 0400.0.

There are also two types of data files: short and long. The short data files (l1_XXXX.X) are from the LIGO Livingston Observatory, and are about 4.5MB in size. The long data files (h1_XXXX.X) are from LIGO Hanford and are about 16MB in size. Note: once your computer downloads one of these data files, it should be able to do many workunits for that same file.


( my red highlights )
Cheers, Mike.

I have made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter ...

... and my other CPU is a Ryzen 5950X :-) Blaise Pascal

somebodley
somebodley
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Credit: 180,339
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RE: RE: RE: Athlon 64

Message 38228 in response to message 38226

Quote:
Quote:
Quote:
Athlon 64 3000+:
29,386.38
29,805.17
29,651.68
29,897.36
28,393.25
Athlon 64 X2 4400+:
24,824.16
24,767.86

MacBook Pro ... 20,235
20,241

... and doin it sweet!!!!!
WOOT!!!!!

That's annoying.
There anything special about that macbook? its doing incredible.


It is stock standard out of the box ...
MacBook Pro with a 2.16 GHz Intel Core Duo chip, a 1GB DDR2 SDRAM and a 2 MB L2 Cache (shared)

But does she fly?????

_heinz
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Credit: 130,476
RAC: 0

Pentium4 2,66Mhz,

Pentium4 2,66Mhz, WinXPHome
Got some large h1 Wu´s, some of them are ready
ResultID CPU-Time claimed granted
34652082 49,193.53 163.23 pending
34660495 49,100.19 163.23 163.23

still 13 of these long h1 Wu´s are in the cache

Short h1 Wu´s
34652043 6,109.70 22.56 22.56
34652048 6,079.22 22.56 22.56
34652052 6,082.61 22.56 22.56
34652059 6,081.16 22.56 22.56
34652061 6,089.67 22.56 22.56
34652063 6,104.94 22.56 22.56
34652068 6,089.98 22.56 pending

still 17 of these short h1 Wu´s are in the cache

the short need ~6100 sec and the long need ~49100 sec of CPU-time
seti_britta

RandyC
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RE: my first couple of S5s

Message 38230 in response to message 38224

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my first couple of S5s took 1:10 - 1:15 on my AthlonXP 2600+
they are definetly short ones, not done a long one yet. (large file is h1_0181.5)

My XP 2600+ has only gotten LONG WUs so far.

Running between 9.8 and 10.6 hrs per WU.

Seti Classic Final Total: 11446 WU.

ersatzjim
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Here are my rigs and their

Here are my rigs and their specs with long & short wu times (average) and credits (average).

Opteron 165 (dual 1.8 GHz cores)@ 2.67GHz / 2G mem
Long - 26,100 (7.25 hrs) - 178 cr
Short - none yet
S4 avg - 1800 sec

A64 3200+ (Winchester) @2.5GHz / 512 mem
Long - 28,400 (7.89 hrs) - 177 cr
Short - 2990 - 19.31 cr
S4 avg - 2020 sec

XP3200+ (Barton) @2.28GHz / 512 mem
Long - 30,800 (8.56 hrs) - 170 cr (29,700 - 31,900 sec and 167-173 cr)
Short - None yet
S4 avg - 2540 sec

XP2800+ (Barton) @2.35GHz / 512 mem
Long - 31,122 (8.65 hrs) - 176.57 cr
Short - None yet
S4 avg - 2476 sec

XP2800+ (Barton) @2.36GHz / 1G mem
Long - 30,000 (8.33 hrs) - 176.51 cr
Short - 3258 - 19.4
S4 avg - 2490 sec

XP1800+ (Palomino) @1.8GHz / 512 mem w/Akosf's(?) Linux opt. app. SuSE Linux
Long - None yet
Short - None yet
S4 avg - 6750 sec

I hope this helps some folks. I know I was interested in how my rigs stacked up to others.

This is an exciting time I think. Just like we saw so many times in the early SETI days when it took 19-28+ hrs per wu on my P133 w/96meg mem. except now we can look forward to optimizations that we never saw back then. Don't despair folks it's part of the cycle.

In the spirit of science but with a love for the competition of credits,

Jim

Those who don’t build must burn. It’s as old as history and juvenile delinquents.
Ray Bradbury - Fahrenheit 451

Pav Lucistnik
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My non-overclocked Opteron

My non-overclocked Opteron 165 needs 34,000 for a long unit. Maybe I should consider overclocking :)

ersatzjim
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RE: My non-overclocked

Message 38233 in response to message 38232

Quote:
My non-overclocked Opteron 165 needs 34,000 for a long unit. Maybe I should consider overclocking :)

The 165 is one of the greatest overclockers ever. With stock cooling and voltage you should easily be able to bump it up to 2.5GHz or more. I've used a Zahlman 9500 cooler and it's a great one. I have the 165 at 2.67 for now since it's summertime and with the other rigs, I can't keep the room cool enought to keep them all stable enough to turn in valid results. In the winter I generally take it up to 2.8 (give or take) - that's a full 1 GHz overclock on air cooling.

Sorry for straying off topic folks.

Jim

Those who don’t build must burn. It’s as old as history and juvenile delinquents.
Ray Bradbury - Fahrenheit 451

Peter Koek
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I now that my computer is an

I now that my computer is an old one, celeron 700 Mhz, but it runs now for more then 1 year now (24/7). I use the linux version of einstein@home. With the S4 units, I had a RAC of 55 (2.3 credits/hour), and now with the S5 units it jumped to 170 credits/day for the last 2 days (7 credits/hour). I get only short units which are completed in +/- 10000 sec and get +/- 20 credits for each of them.

I like this a lot better, because with the S4 units my claimed credit was in most cases lower then the claimed credit by the others computers, and therefore the granted credit was on average to low for my computer. This credit system is more fair, then the previous one. I didn't like the old credit system.

The only minor flaw I can see at this moment, that there is substantial "credit inflation". What I mean is that to get the same amount of credits which I have accumulated for the last year, I only need to run this computer for 4 months (and not a whole year).

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