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Welcome to the Fold Berserker

Discussion in 'TOSAH Archive' started by diogenese, 28 Feb 2005.

  1. diogenese

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    Jeesus , thats a fine way to sart a folding account:eek:

    Welcome aboard:)
     
  2. VeNT

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    I'd like to know what the referance PC Seti used for the Cobblestone calc was
     
  3. rich99million

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    holy heck - straight in at 66th in the team :o


    welcome to the team - may you find happiness and delightful joy :)
    oh and stomp some slacking types and johnny foreigners while you're at it! :D
     
  4. sphen

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    Welcome!!! Just what the Team needed! Its made my day that... :D
     
  5. shadyseti

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    Welcome to the folding team.

    shady
     
  6. happytechie

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    Great to see you boss :D

    nice set of 4 big return work units there as well, they use a bit of memory eh? :eek:

    HT
     
  7. Berserker

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    That's OK. I have a Dual Xeon with 1 Gig taking the strain. Will have to go back to BOINC for a little while at some point to clear the SETI cache though.

    Then it's folding at least until I get around to the long-awaited OS reinstall.
     
  8. diogenese

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    Was that four instances on one rig then:eek: How long did it take to munch through that lot!
     
  9. Berserker

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    5 days. Lucky I have some patience (not much, but some). :eek:
     
  10. diogenese

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    My OC'd XP2500 takes 3 days to do one of them:(

    Have you got another four on the way?
     
  11. happytechie

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    It's a Hyper Threading CPU so you can run two clients per phisical CPU. Each CPU can complete two units in about 133% of the time taken to complete one unit.

    3 days seems like quite a long time for a 600 pointer on that rig? Have you got plenty of memory or do yo use the PC for other (less important) things?

    HT
     
  12. metalguru

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    Welcome, this should help keep those **** at bay.... (Is that a good or bad thing?)
     
  13. diogenese

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    XP2500 at 3200 speed, 512 meg, system disk is a crappy old 10gig deathstar, the last of a batch of four I had. It does nothing else most of the time apart from some video work, VHS to DVD, but that is only very occasionally.

    Its just got another one. running for 8 hours now and FaHMon reckons on another 2d 13h 12m.

    Matty
     
  14. rich99million

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    my XP1700@2200MHz (11x200) averaged about 63hrs for most from my EMIII records

    so that's 2d 15h total which does seem a bit quicker than you're getting, this is also my main rig that i actually use :confused:

    this rig does seem to love the work though, Boinc benches it as just over 5,000 mips on a good day :)
     
  15. Berserker

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    Once I can figure out how to stop BOINC from downloading more work (besides changing prefs), I might lob in a few more P4s. Some people need a good stomping. :D
     
  16. ShaunBrewer

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    Berserker - great stuff - sounds like I might need to increase my output!!!

    Bring it on :D

    Shaun

    diogenese - can you post part of the log - I will have a look at mine - I have 3 2500+ running at 3200 speed and I thought I was getting the large 600 pointers done is 2 days???

    Shaun
     
  17. Berserker

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    Taken the Xeon out of production for a while and put two P4s in it's place. Sounds like a fair swap. :D
     
  18. rich99million

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    Playing musical crunchers? It sure makes the whole thing a bit more interesting anyway :p
     
  19. dunc

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    Welcome Beserker :)

    Was one hell of an entrance :cool:

    :D

    Dunc
     
  20. Berserker

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    I aim to please. :D