Milestones IV

Stan Pope
Stan Pope
Joined: 22 Dec 05
Posts: 80
Credit: 426,811,575
RAC: 0

RE: RE: RE: RE: Quote

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Whee!!! Breeched the 4M mark on E@h this afternoon.

And two months and a day later eased past the 5M post on E@h. :)

And two months and 5 days later, the 6M marker falls in spite of major computer outages on my home LAN.

And eight days shy of two months later, my E@h 7M barrier is splintered, thanks to my build of two Intel Q9550 boxes! Wonder how well those i7's work???

RAC of 6.4k on my 3.85ghz i7.

Wow! Did you OC a 920 that far? Water cooled? :)

What will a 920 do running at the top end of spec?

Stan

DanNeely
DanNeely
Joined: 4 Sep 05
Posts: 1,313
Credit: 1,728,908,911
RAC: 959,824

RE: Wow! Did you OC a 920

Message 82291 in response to message 82290

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Wow! Did you OC a 920 that far? Water cooled? :)

What will a 920 do running at the top end of spec?

I did, yes I am, and either I was unlucky in my draw of parts, or am more grueling in my stability testing (72hrs of prime95 with the heat cranked up to 80F vs my summer AC target of 70, or my winter heating level of 65ish). I got my chip at release, and most people with water were getting 4gig or a little over with their water setups.

paris
paris
Joined: 11 Jan 06
Posts: 48
Credit: 6,376,863
RAC: 0

I just hit the 1,000,000 mark

I just hit the 1,000,000 mark for Einstein@Home today. Went over the 2,250,000 mark for overall BOINC just recently, too.


Plus SETI Classic = 21,082 WUs

Misfit
Misfit
Joined: 11 Feb 05
Posts: 470
Credit: 100,000
RAC: 0

100,000. (as soon as the

100,000. (as soon as the pendings clear)

me-[at]-rescam.org

Stan Pope
Stan Pope
Joined: 22 Dec 05
Posts: 80
Credit: 426,811,575
RAC: 0

RE: RE: RE: RE: Whee!

Message 82294 in response to message 82288

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Whee!!! Breeched the 4M mark on E@h this afternoon.

And two months and a day later eased past the 5M post on E@h. :)

And two months and 5 days later, the 6M marker falls in spite of major computer outages on my home LAN.

And eight days shy of two months later, my E@h 7M barrier is splintered, thanks to my build of two Intel Q9550 boxes! Wonder how well those i7's work???

My E@h at 8M this afternoon, a month and 16 days later. Still wonder how well an i7-920 will crunch running "at spec."

Meanwhile, my "pending list" yo-yo's between 50 and 150 work units! There's some "oldies, but goodies" in there! :)

Still developing my own distributed app ... Pinewood Derby race organizers can probably guess what it is. When (if) I finish it, my E@h RAC will suffer.

Stan

Perle
Perle
Joined: 22 Jan 05
Posts: 47
Credit: 1,120,367,353
RAC: 506,874

Finally turned it up to 11.

Finally turned it up to 11.

gaz
gaz
Joined: 11 Oct 05
Posts: 650
Credit: 1,902,306
RAC: 0

just getting near 300,000 on

just getting near 300,000
on a toshiba equium laptop
will over take you in 3596

Filipe
Filipe
Joined: 10 Mar 05
Posts: 148
Credit: 245,558,532
RAC: 19,367

Having hard time reaching the

Having hard time reaching the 300000 credits mark with my little core 2 duo. Would a upgrade to an Q9550 help?

Stan Pope
Stan Pope
Joined: 22 Dec 05
Posts: 80
Credit: 426,811,575
RAC: 0

RE: Having hard time

Message 82299 in response to message 82298

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Having hard time reaching the 300000 credits mark with my little core 2 duo. Would a upgrade to an Q9550 help?

Filipe, a dedicated (7X24) Q9550 will deliver about 3800 credits per day (about 80 days per 300,000 credits). A Q6600 will deliver about 2900 credits per day (about 100 days per 300000 credits). Both estimates depend on the mix of E@h work assigned.

I looked to see the times you are accomplishing, but it appears you are not actively crunching at this time, so I can't compare those quads to your present production.

Stan

Michael Karlinsky
Michael Karlinsky
Joined: 22 Jan 05
Posts: 888
Credit: 22,245,334
RAC: 0

Team Linux Users Everywhere

Team Linux Users Everywhere reached 100,000,000 credits here at E@H.

Congratulations team!

Michael

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