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mikey
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RE: RE: RE: Ok. I'm now

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Ok. I'm now over 100M just for Einstein only! I wonder how long should it take to reach a billionaire club...

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!

At your current rate of about 8 days per 100 million, about 80+/- days.

I think you may want to recalculate that :-). The current rate appears to be 8 days per ONE million. So that would be roughly 20 years (if my mental arithmetic is accurate - no guarantees).

Suffkoppus
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14Million! I am at 11 days

14Million!
I am at 11 days for one million now. Quite a raise, before I had the two desktops with GTX 770 it was about 45 days for one million.

mikey
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RE: 14Million! I am at 11

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14Million!
I am at 11 days for one million now. Quite a raise, before I had the two desktops with GTX 770 it was about 45 days for one million.

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!

You ARE on the move right now!! If you could add a couple more cards, I use the 760's which are cheaper but less powerful, you would be really zooming!

Bill592
Bill592
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I went past 2 Million a bit

I went past 2 Million a bit ago - YAY !
In an effort to speed thing up a bit - I have retired my 5870 and, replaced it with a 7970 :-)
The ATI 7970 is working well however, not as fast as some I have seen on here ...
I think it is being 'Limited' by my ancient Core 2 processor + motherboard and probably has Gen-1 PCI express.
Total system power increased from 195 to about 230 watts. Not too bad ....

Bill

mikey
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RE: I went past 2 Million a

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I went past 2 Million a bit ago - YAY !
In an effort to speed thing up a bit - I have retired my 5870 and, replaced it with a 7970 :-)
The ATI 7970 is working well however, not as fast as some I have seen on here ...
I think it is being 'Limited' by my ancient Core 2 processor + motherboard and probably has Gen-1 PCI express.
Total system power increased from 195 to about 230 watts. Not too bad ....

Bill

WOW that is a HUGE jump in processing power!!

One thing you might try, if you don't already is run a few units thru with one cpu core free just to keep the gpu fed. It may or may not help, but if you get better throughput you should get more credits faster. Another thing you might try is to run the BRP5 units, your cpu does this:
Completed and validated 2,807.33 440.91 3.24 1,000.00 Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo, GPU) v1.39 (BRP4G-opencl-ati)

While my own 7970 is doing this:
Completed and validated 7,770.46 1,531.48 2.83 3,333.00 Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Perseus Arm Survey) v1.39 (BRP5-opencl-ati)

We are getting proportionately similar numbers though as mine are taking about 3 times as long as yours are and getting 3 times the credits. Your pc is a dual core with 4gb of ram, while mine is a 6 core with 8gb of ram. Your cpu is an Intel while mine is an AMD, I think that makes yours a bit more efficient here.

CONGRATULATIONS on your milestone!!!!

Bill592
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RE: WOW that is a HUGE

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WOW that is a HUGE jump in processing power!!

One thing you might try, if you don't already is run a few units thru with one cpu core free just to keep the gpu fed. It may or may not help, but if you get better throughput you should get more credits faster. Another thing you might try is to run the BRP5 units, your cpu does this:
Completed and validated 2,807.33 440.91 3.24 1,000.00 Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo, GPU) v1.39 (BRP4G-opencl-ati)

While my own 7970 is doing this:
Completed and validated 7,770.46 1,531.48 2.83 3,333.00 Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Perseus Arm Survey) v1.39 (BRP5-opencl-ati)

We are getting proportionately similar numbers though as mine are taking about 3 times as long as yours are and getting 3 times the credits. Your pc is a dual core with 4gb of ram, while mine is a 6 core with 8gb of ram. Your cpu is an Intel while mine is an AMD, I think that makes yours a bit more efficient here.

CONGRATULATIONS on your milestone!!!!

Thanks Mikey !
I'm currently running both the Perseus + Arecibo GPU units. (Two at a Time )
I'll let her run for a few weeks and see what kind of RAC I can generate.
I originally built this computer in Sept. 2006 (eight years ago ) It might be time to upgrade )))

Bill

Stranger7777
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RE: RE: I prefer 80 days

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I prefer 80 days - it sounds better for me :)
Though I understand that I have to find 1000 times more powerful farm for this ))

http://einsteinathome.org/account/37658/computers

WHAT?

You only have 55 computers over there Stranger??

Actually, I didn't even try to revise all of them. Some of them works for years without my or my colleagues attention. Just working hard for Einstein. Next march will be my ten year anniversary.

mikey
mikey
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RE: RE: WOW that is a

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WOW that is a HUGE jump in processing power!!

One thing you might try, if you don't already is run a few units thru with one cpu core free just to keep the gpu fed. It may or may not help, but if you get better throughput you should get more credits faster. Another thing you might try is to run the BRP5 units, your cpu does this:
Completed and validated 2,807.33 440.91 3.24 1,000.00 Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo, GPU) v1.39 (BRP4G-opencl-ati)

While my own 7970 is doing this:
Completed and validated 7,770.46 1,531.48 2.83 3,333.00 Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Perseus Arm Survey) v1.39 (BRP5-opencl-ati)

We are getting proportionately similar numbers though as mine are taking about 3 times as long as yours are and getting 3 times the credits. Your pc is a dual core with 4gb of ram, while mine is a 6 core with 8gb of ram. Your cpu is an Intel while mine is an AMD, I think that makes yours a bit more efficient here.

CONGRATULATIONS on your milestone!!!!

Thanks Mikey !
I'm currently running both the Perseus + Arecibo GPU units. (Two at a Time )
I'll let her run for a few weeks and see what kind of RAC I can generate.
I originally built this computer in Sept. 2006 (eight years ago ) It might be time to upgrade )))

Bill

ORRR just add a new one! Just think of the possibilities then, you could be on your way to having a full blown 'ranch'!!

mikey
mikey
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RE: RE: RE: I prefer 80

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I prefer 80 days - it sounds better for me :)
Though I understand that I have to find 1000 times more powerful farm for this ))

http://einsteinathome.org/account/37658/computers

WHAT?

You only have 55 computers over there Stranger??

Actually, I didn't even try to revise all of them. Some of them works for years without my or my colleagues attention. Just working hard for Einstein. Next march will be my ten year anniversary.

Time flies when you're having fun doesn't it!! Mine is in January, but I have NOT been crunching here the whole time, I come and go depending on my goals here or there.

mikey
mikey
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28 Sept 2014 I passed 50

28 Sept 2014 I passed 50 million here, today I passed 55 million!

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