Windows S5R3 SSE power App 4.36 available

Crunch3r
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FWIW, the new stock "power"

FWIW, the new stock "power" app seems to be inline with the mac app now...
if you look at the top host wich is a mac it completes a wu in about 14k sec to 16k sec.

ran some samples today on host running windows http://einsteinathome.org/host/1101157/tasks

HTH

Astro
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Since "Re allowing" einstein

Since "Re allowing" einstein to run on hostid=825074, the very first two wus yielded "computation errors". I just installed 4.36 this morning(it was running 4.26), so I'll wait to see what the next batch does. I checked and all 4 files are in the einstein directory. (even read the app_info.xml to be sure. The machine is an "Mobile" AMD64 3700 laptop with 1G of ram, and winxp home.

Astro
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Hmmm,,,,How would my kid say

Hmmm,,,,How would my kid say this?????

Oops, My bad

I forgot that I have boinc installed as a service on the ONLY windows machine I've got running ATM (the wifes laptop). In my defense,,,it was 3:30 this morning when I did it via VNC.

soooooo

nevermind.

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I have 4.36 install and just

I have 4.36 install and just finished a work unit.

At the bottom of the result page it say version 4.26 but in the text towards the top, it says 4.36.

Anything I did wrong and need to change?

CLICK TO HELP BUILD

archae86
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RE: I have 4.36 install and

Message 79699 in response to message 79698

Quote:

I have 4.36 install and just finished a work unit.

At the bottom of the result page it say version 4.26 but in the text towards the top, it says 4.36.

Anything I did wrong and need to change?


You are fine. And 4.36 ran that unit. Once you are running results which downloaded after you had installed 4.36 the labels will catch up.

Philadelphia
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RE: RE: I have 4.36

Message 79700 in response to message 79699

Quote:
Quote:

I have 4.36 install and just finished a work unit.

At the bottom of the result page it say version 4.26 but in the text towards the top, it says 4.36.

Anything I did wrong and need to change?


You are fine. And 4.36 ran that unit. Once you are running results which downloaded after you had installed 4.36 the labels will catch up.

Thanks.

CLICK TO HELP BUILD

MarkJ
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Well i've run my first couple

Well i've run my first couple of w/u through using the 4.36 optimized app, seems to be a lot quicker than original estimate (24-25 hrs).

I wonder would a SSSE3 optimized version improve times any more? I run a SSSE3 optimized s@h app and its around 25-40% faster (depends on angle ranges) than the standard app.

Bikeman (Heinz-Bernd Eggenstein)
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RE: Well i've run my first

Message 79702 in response to message 79701

Quote:

Well i've run my first couple of w/u through using the 4.36 optimized app, seems to be a lot quicker than original estimate (24-25 hrs).

I wonder would a SSSE3 optimized version improve times any more? I run a SSSE3 optimized s@h app and its around 25-40% faster (depends on angle ranges) than the standard app.

Yes, the initial estimate (before the first result is submitted) is just based on the BOINC benchmark and a rough estimate of the number of operations that the app communicates to BOINC, or in other words, ist's just an informed guess. BOINC will "learn" as you crunch more results to make better estimates.

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RE: I wonder would a SSSE3

Message 79703 in response to message 79701

Quote:

I wonder would a SSSE3 optimized version improve times any more? I run a SSSE3 optimized s@h app and its around 25-40% faster (depends on angle ranges) than the standard app.

See Message # 81998 ..

Regards

Brian Silvers
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RE: RE: I wonder would a

Message 79704 in response to message 79703

Quote:
Quote:

I wonder would a SSSE3 optimized version improve times any more? I run a SSSE3 optimized s@h app and its around 25-40% faster (depends on angle ranges) than the standard app.

See Message # 81998 ..

Regards

Yep, I predicted that question would be asked... LOL

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