D41.xx Observation Thread

arashi
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RE: It is running faster.

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It is running faster. But my first result was invalid.

http://einsteinathome.org/task/27154431

Anders n


so was mine http://einsteinathome.org/task/27030242

TauCeti
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RE: RE: It is running

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Quote:
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It is running faster. But my first result was invalid.

http://einsteinathome.org/task/27154431

Anders n


so was mine http://einsteinathome.org/task/27030242

edit: So far, i have 4 results with D41.12 (A64 3000+) and all four validated - in three cases against results from the windows standard client. The fourth case validated against windows standard and S-40.

In both of your cases a power-pc client was in the group. Maybe that helps identifying the problem...

Edit2: I got a valid result in a group with "albert_4.39_powerpc-apple-darwin" and an S40.12

DanNeely
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My athlon1500's seeing a

My athlon1500's seeing a definate improvment. 70 and 75m vs 85-100 with d40. The jury's still out on my , results are coming in in ~44m, with 42-50m observed under s40.12

Brian
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A64 3700+ is completing WUs

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A64 3700+ is completing WUs ~43 mins compared to ~52 with S40.12.

Dave Burbank
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Wow this is fast. I'll let

Wow this is fast. I'll let you guys know when I have a few more results back. Looks like another great job Akos.

Dave

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RE: Wow this is fast. I'll

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Wow this is fast. I'll let you guys know when I have a few more results back. Looks like another great job Akos.

Dave

Really fast! I've only done 1 of the D41.12 WU's but compared against the average of 10 D40's I'm saving about 1750 seconds or just under 30 Minutes. I caution though as this is only one WU while being calibrated by Truxsoft--I'll get back to this board after I have a better sample.

Tim

Joachim Schmidt
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Heyho babes! Athlon 64

Heyho babes!

Athlon 64 3000+ (Venice Core, 1800 mhz)
S40.12: 3610 seconds
D41.12: 3248 seconds

=> (S40.12 / D41.12)^-1 = 0,90

Athlon 1333 Thunderbird
D40: 6130 seconds
D41.12: 4770 seconds

=> D41.12 / D40 = 0,78

greets

arashi
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RE: RE: It is running

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Quote:
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It is running faster. But my first result was invalid.

http://einsteinathome.org/task/27154431

Anders n


so was mine http://einsteinathome.org/task/27030242


two validated so far
http://einsteinathome.org/task/27031474
http://einsteinathome.org/task/27034681

MarkF
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Great Stuff! Opteron

Great Stuff!
Opteron 275
D42.12 S40.12
2600 3100 ~seconds

Athlon 64 3800+
D42.12 S40.12
2400 2850 ~seconds

No Invalid results and some validated results

Beyond
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My first result with D41.12

My first result with D41.12 was also marked as invalid:

http://einsteinathome.org/task/27334817

Very fast, but no cigar so far...

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