20 CPUs and counting...

Discussion in 'Distributed Computing' started by meeble, Jul 31, 2003.

  1. meeble
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    well, i'm up to 20 CPUs folding for 3446...
    i've got 2 xeon 1.4s to add this week, and i'll be up to 22. :)
     
  2. meeble
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  3. Mr. Anderson
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    Damn, that's nice. So where are all these machines?

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    Congrats Meeble! You are already number 6th when you look at production rates! You might inch higher as your new machines start producing.

    Team by production rate
     
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    That's excellent. How were you able to come by 24 CPU's to use for folding? Do you have access to a computer lab or something? Good luck climbing up the rankings :)

    Mr A> What's happened to your folding recently? It's been quite a while now since you last submitted a WU.
     
  6. meeble
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    some are at my house, 15 of them are at my office - i run my own business and we have a lot of servers and workstations around...
     
  7. meeble
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    i'm working on getting a lab. :)
    my friend is going to be the main
    tech at a new charter school -
    bringing in about 200 PIII 1Ghz
    workstations. that should be rediculous...
     
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    Wow... does anyone know how many points per day that will bring us, it should be enough to hold off the knights for good!
     
  9. pEZ
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    Wow.....that woud be nice......but as I think I've said in the past, I'm not gonna get excited until it happens. It's a maybe now, right?
     
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    40 p3 gig should be about 8,000 pts/wk

    so around 40,000. that is if they're crunching all the time...that's a decent team output right there
     
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    Ack! Attack of M$. Word freaked out and killed FAH for a few days. I fixed it and am back on track.
     
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    That would be Incredible... amasing, great if that happened.

    No doubt would increase our production almost 100%!

    Keep it going!

    :)
     
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    It is tough finding machines where I work to do folding because everyone else is either folding or doing other distributed calcs. I've got a dual 1.25 and a Pentium II 350 at home and at work I've got another Pentium II 350, a dual Xeon 733 and a Pentium 4 2.8. That is a total of 7 cpus with total processing power of 7.466 GHz (I know that adding up all the MHzs is absolutely meaningless, but I thought, what the hell, it's late and I'm feeling like a moron).
     

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