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Old 15th June 2004, 14:08   #1
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Default 68 Points for 1 WU in ~4 hours: p935_LG2 in water

These Work Units can give you a 400 point/day output

anybody get lots of these? What tags are you using?
only have had handfull, if we can get more of these by using certain tags it can really boost the overall performance,

68 p935_LG2 in water 00:02:27 04:05:00 28/05/2004 RadioPC UnKnown
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:02:32 04:13:20 28/05/2004 ParmePk UnKnown
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:14 05:23:20 12/06/2004 Workstation UnKnown
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:02:53 04:48:20 13/06/2004 Webserv UnKnown
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:02:52 04:46:40 13/06/2004 RadioPC UnKnown
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:02:35 04:18:20 14/06/2004 Workstation UnKnown

all the PC's have the same P4 2.53Mhz CPU, and are used ~8 hours / day.
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Old 15th June 2004, 16:27   #2
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damned, u lucky bastard . Why can't I get such WU's :grum: . I'm now folding a P543_BBA5_ext 10hrs and only 44 point (last days never had anything above 49 )
 
Old 16th June 2004, 18:47   #3
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you will get those WU's , it all depends on your -tags used

-advmethods -forceSSE and a bit of luck


68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:18 05:30:00 16/05/2004 Workstation
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:02:00 03:20:00 21/05/2004 Intel TestRig
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:31 05:51:40 22/05/2004 Workstation
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:02:14 03:43:20 23/05/2004 Intel TestRig
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:04:35 07:38:20 29/05/2004 mofiestation
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:04 05:06:40 05/06/2004 Workstation
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:16 05:26:40 06/06/2004 Intel2 HT2
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:17 05:28:20 07/06/2004 Workstation
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:03 05:05:00 09/06/2004 Workstation
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:13 05:21:40 10/06/2004 Intel2 HT2
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:02:02 03:23:20 11/06/2004 Intel TestRig
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:31 05:51:40 12/06/2004 mofiestation
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:19 05:31:40 12/06/2004 Intel2 HT1
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:31 05:51:40 12/06/2004 Intel2 HT1
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:29 05:48:20 13/06/2004 Intel2 HT1
68 p935_LG2 in water 00:03:09 05:15:00 13/06/2004 Powerserv
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I use; -advmethods -forceSSE -forceasm. I have a p1057_A21unf_305_99, ~8min per frame (100 of them) and only 59 point.
What is btw the best flagcombo for a Barton 3200+ ?
 
Old 16th June 2004, 19:23   #5
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[12:45:40] *------------------------------*
[12:45:40] Folding@home Gromacs Core
[12:45:40] Version 1.65 (May 6, 2004)
[12:45:40]
[12:45:40] Preparing to commence simulation
[12:45:40] - Assembly optimizations manually forced on.
[12:45:40] - Not checking prior termination.
[12:45:40] - Expanded 195370 -> 953525 (decompressed 488.0 percent)
[12:45:40] - Starting from initial work packet
[12:45:40]
[12:45:40] Project: 1067 (Run 7, Clone 86, Gen 1)
[12:45:40]
[12:45:40] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[12:45:40] Entering M.D.
[12:45:46] Protein: p1067_FSunf_305_99
[12:45:46]
<->
[13:56:30] Completed 225000 out of 2500000 steps (9)
[14:04:41] Writing local files
[14:04:41] Completed 250000 out of 2500000 steps (10)
[14:06:22] Quit 101 - Fatal error:
[14:06:22] Step 255213, time 510.426 (ps) LINCS WARNING
[14:06:22] relative constraint deviation after LINCS:
[14:06:22] max 0.000000 (between atoms 1 and 2) rms 1.#QNAN0
[14:06:22]
[14:06:22] Simulation instability has been encountered. The run has entered a
[14:06:22] state from which no further progress can be made.
[14:06:22] If you often see other project units terminating early like this
[14:06:22] too, you may wish to check the stability of your computer (issues
[14:06:22] such as high temperature, overclocking, etc.).

[14:06:22] Going to send back what have done.
[14:06:22] logfile size: 11743
[14:06:22] - Writing 12421 bytes of core data to disk...
[14:06:22] ... Done.
[14:06:22]
[14:06:22] Folding@home Core Shutdown: EARLY_UNIT_END
[14:06:26] CoreStatus = 72 (114)
[14:06:26] Sending work to server
Damned, so that's why it showed 0 progres after 15 min, he started another one . Strange, my CPU doesn't get higher then 50 and it's rock stable @ 3200, maybe 'voltagefluctuation'
 
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What is btw the best flagcombo for a Barton 3200+ ?

-advmethods -forceSSE


if it crashes, overclock less
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Old 16th June 2004, 19:36   #7
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damn, never had one off those
 
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It's 100% stable, even on hot days, so I still don't know what caused the crash, but, I got 6 points for that WU .
 
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