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Rojer
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RE: RE: How can we tell

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How can we tell if we are getting the small or large work units?

I suggest that this occurs because of the two different ligo sites. So there are "r" units and "z" units. I experienced the r wus to be smaller so they are getting done earlier but tell me if I'm wrong.


perhaps you wrong...:) Z still have small wu.

Wish you can understand my English:)

Scott Brown
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RE: RE: How can we tell

Message 26334 in response to message 26330

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How can we tell if we are getting the small or large work units?

I suggest that this occurs because of the two different ligo sites. So there are "r" units and "z" units. I experienced the r wus to be smaller so they are getting done earlier but tell me if I'm wrong.

All my "r" units have been longer...However, my "z" units have been mixed (though most tend to be shorter).

cmds
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RE: RE: Here are the

Message 26335 in response to message 26326

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Here are the results for my P3s comparing S39L to S39:

P3mobile 1GHz: 2.9% faster
P3T 1.26GHz: 5.5% faster

The second surprise.
I was waiting these results, but I expected bigger difference before them.
Thanks Stef!

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great work akosf!
Thank all crunchers!

My Laptop Pentium4 2,8 GHz HT Results:

WU 1469,5 Hz S39=5967 s
WU 1469,5 Hz S39L=5235 s
~ -12%

Great Work, Thx
Chris

*Die Signatur befindet sich aus technischen Gründen auf der Rückseite dieses Beitrages!*

KWSN Sir Clark
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Finally broken the 4,000 sec

Finally broken the 4,000 sec barrier.

Comparing S39 to S39L, I've seen around a 6% increase which seems on par with other people.

Just installed S39L onto a Pentium 4 HT 2.8GHz box and attached Einstein.

Initial completion time 7 hrs 54mins. Currrently at 52% after 1hr 22mins.

Akosf......you da man.

Wish I could congratulate you in your native language but I can't.

Keep up the good work

<-- Cheers

Crunchers For More Power
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RE: RE: Here are the

Message 26337 in response to message 26326

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Here are the results for my P3s comparing S39L to S39:

P3mobile 1GHz: 2.9% faster
P3T 1.26GHz: 5.5% faster

The second surprise.
I was waiting these results, but I expected bigger difference before them.
Thanks Stef!

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great work akosf!
Thank all crunchers!

On my P3T 1.26Ghz (running at 1.35) comparing S39 with S39L the new version is 7.2% faster. It crunch 2 WUs (it's a Dualboard) parallel in 1:51 with S39L. (S39: 2h, A36: 3:25h, C37: 3:35h)

Elphidieus
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RE: Finally broken the

Message 26338 in response to message 26336

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Finally broken the 4,000 sec version.

Initial completion time 7 hrs 54mins. Currrently at 52% after 1hr 22mins.

(Shocked).....

you can always wreck time, but don't wreck science.... pun intended..... :P

Scott Brown
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S39L getting about the same


S39L getting about the same 6% decrease in comp time over S39 on both my Pentium M740 and 830D (both are WinXP sp2).

Metod, S56RKO
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On AMD Opteron 280, S39L runs

On AMD Opteron 280, S39L runs ~55% faster than A36. I don't have results for other apps.

Metod ...

Stef
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RE: On my P3T 1.26Ghz

Message 26341 in response to message 26337

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On my P3T 1.26Ghz (running at 1.35) comparing S39 with S39L the new version is 7.2% faster. It crunch 2 WUs (it's a Dualboard) parallel in 1:51 with S39L. (S39: 2h, A36: 3:25h, C37: 3:35h)

Now after some more averaging I can confirm 7.3% on the P3T for C39L vs C39.
On the Mobile P3 it runs 2.2% faster. This is interesting, because the CPUs are nearly identical apart from the L2 size (512kB vs. 256kB) and bus/memory clock (133 vs 100MHz).

DanNeely
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RE: RE: RE: How can we

Message 26342 in response to message 26334

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How can we tell if we are getting the small or large work units?

I suggest that this occurs because of the two different ligo sites. So there are "r" units and "z" units. I experienced the r wus to be smaller so they are getting done earlier but tell me if I'm wrong.

All my "r" units have been longer...However, my "z" units have been mixed (though most tend to be shorter).

Both R and Z units come in short and long varieties. I've got all 4 varients in my queue at present. UNfortunately most're the <20m short type. I'm in danger of starvation in a day or two if I stay 100% E@H.

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