D41.xx Observation Thread

Higgi
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WU about 1396

WU about 1396 cycles:

D41.12 - 0:43:25
S41.06 - 0:38:05 - but some CPU time consuming applicatins were running, so the computation could be even faster!
@Opteron 144@2,32GHz

Great job!

Dave Burbank
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RE: valid: 10 invalid:

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valid: 10
invalid: 1
pending: 5 (success)

update
valid: 38
invalid: 1
pending: 10 (success)

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MarkF
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installed D41.13 during

installed D41.13 during lunch
complete 49
valid 25
invalid 0

Dave Burbank
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RE: installed D41.13 during

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installed D41.13 during lunch
complete 49
valid 25
invalid 0

how do D41.13 crunching times compare to D41.12?

There are 10^11 stars in the galaxy. That used to be a huge number. But it's only a hundred billion. It's less than the national deficit! We used to call them astronomical numbers. Now we should call them economical numbers. - Richard Feynman

MarkF
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Opteron 275 D41.13

Opteron 275
D41.13 3000
D41.12 2600
S40.12 3100 ~seconds

Athlon 64 3800+
D41.13 2600
D41.12 2400
S40.12 2850 ~seconds

I wonder why the Opteron took so much greater a hit?

Dave Burbank
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RE: Opteron 275 D41.13

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Opteron 275
D41.13 3000
D41.12 2600
S40.12 3100 ~seconds

Athlon 64 3800+
D41.13 2600
D41.12 2400
S40.12 2850 ~seconds

I wonder why the Opteron took so much greater a hit?

Odd, I must agree.
which is the fastest/most reliable app for your 3800+ (have you tried u41.01?)

There are 10^11 stars in the galaxy. That used to be a huge number. But it's only a hundred billion. It's less than the national deficit! We used to call them astronomical numbers. Now we should call them economical numbers. - Richard Feynman

MarkF
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I have only tried the three I

I have only tried the three I listed. My 3800+ doesn't support SSE3. I may try it on the Opteron 275.

Dave Burbank
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RE: I have only tried the

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I have only tried the three I listed. My 3800+ doesn't support SSE3. I may try it on the Opteron 275.

CPU-Z and BS both say my 3700+ supports SSE3, but all (3) results came back invalid.

There are 10^11 stars in the galaxy. That used to be a huge number. But it's only a hundred billion. It's less than the national deficit! We used to call them astronomical numbers. Now we should call them economical numbers. - Richard Feynman

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I don't have CPU-Z installed

I don't have CPU-Z installed on the 3800+ but Boinc Studio says SSE3 is not present.

ExtraTerrestrial Apes
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A64 E-stepping have SSE3

A64 E-stepping have SSE3 (e.g. Venice core), while D-stepping (e.g. Winchester) and older have SSE2 "only". But stay away from U41.01 for now, it's got some validation problems. For now S41.06 seems to be THE client. Very fast and no validation problems so far.

MrS

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