S5R2

FearCain
FearCain
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I have one unit that will be

I have one unit that will be completed at 10.2 Hours on one core of my Duo 2 Core T7200. The one on the second core is slightly longer 13.1 hours. I guess the new WU's are not all identical in size. Something that might be taken into consideration is extending deadlines for people with slower computers. I was knocking about 12 WU's a day on average and I have a nice laptop... this is going to cut that to about 4 now.

Windows Vista Home Premium
Intel Core 2 Duo T7200 @ 2.00 GHz 4MB L2 Cache
2048 Dual Channel DDR2 553 MHZ
ATi Mobile Radeon x1400 256 MB DDR2 x16 PCI-E

DanNeely
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If your p3-450 can do a WU in

If your p3-450 can do a WU in a little over a day I don't think there's a big problem. Any machine a half dozen times slower is essentially worthless as I argued above and colelctively machines that old represents a very small fraction of the total CPU power on the project.

Annika
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My Pentium 3 Coppermine 667

My Pentium 3 Coppermine 667 estimates about 60 hours for one of the new WUs. As it has only just started, those figure is probably not very accurate, but compared to what Donald said it sounds quite plausible. Fyi: My 3500+ assumes about 15 hours for a WU, which also sounds logical since it's about 4 times as fast as the Coppermine in the benchmarks, but this may also be a very rough guesstimate atm.

MattDavis
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My 450 p3 estimates 96

My 450 p3 estimates 96 hours.

BAM!

Richard Haselgrove
Richard Haselgrove
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So which one of my little

So which one of my little shrubbery is the first to pull a S5R2? Yup, the 400 MHz Celeron. Initial estimate (pre-crunch, still in cache): 128 hours.

I'll keep y'all posted.

Arion
Arion
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[quote Our goal is run

Message 62125 in response to message 62100

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Our goal is run times in the range from 6 to 24 hours. Note that some optimization is expected in the future so the apps will get faster.

Cheers,
Bruce

DanNeely
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How much variation in the

How much variation in the size of s5r2 units is there?

I'm looking at two estimated times on my three machines between R1 and R2 they are:

2:27 13:59
2:25 9:10
3:08 8:29

A spread of less than 3:1 to more than 5:1, the first 2 machines are A64s, the last a C1D.

gabberattack (johnny, eriq, segfault, r2k4, bully, sifon)
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Is there going to be any

Is there going to be any limitation regarding BOINC client ? I still have some clients running Boinc 4.x.

FearCain
FearCain
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Arion - the credit has

Arion - the credit has increased a great deal. Its roughly 4 times the normal amount. Seems fitting for me since its taking about twice as long for me to complete one WU.

My first WU took roughly 11.3 Hours with 204.9 Credits.

Knocking out my third WU in 10 minutes and halfway completed on the fourth.

Windows Vista Home Premium
Intel Core 2 Duo T7200 @ 2.00 GHz 4MB L2 Cache
2048 Dual Channel DDR2 553 MHZ
ATi Mobile Radeon x1400 256 MB DDR2 x16 PCI-E

Udo
Udo
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Feel free to have a look on


Feel free to have a look on this host.
It's a dual P4 2800 Xeon System (with hyperthreading on, so 4 CPU's are available) with 3 CPUs dedicated to E@H.

S5RI times: 18.000 - 19.000 sec. and 54 Cr.
S5R2 times: 89.000 - 90.000 sec. and 204 Cr.

seems fair to me...

Udo

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