Coming out of the competition, we've posted a few days of 750k which is pretty good and also is a better figure than our HWC friends can manage.
One thing that's readily apparent is how little fluctuation the line has seen over the past 3 days. This is most likely due to a lesser amount of bidadv clients running leaving us mainly with GPUs and SMP clients. I can't vouch for anyone else, but Crunching seems to be a fair deal more stable on my i7s. The added requirement of the virtual machine is likely to blame, but aside from that the program really is wonderfully ease to use. I'll overlook ease of use, as I simply hope Stanford will have worked out the issue with the bigadv A3 units by the time I return my processors to F@H.
As of this post, Overclockers Australia is 7.2 hours from completing the Chimp Challenge.
|2010-06-07|| phoenix ||60,000|
|2010-06-07|| KieX ||400,000|
|2010-06-07 ||BraveSoul ||400,000|
|2010-06-07 ||Chicken_Patty|| 20,000|
|2010-06-07 ||Niko084|| 1,700,000|
|2010-06-07 ||PVTCaboose1337 ||100,000|
|2010-06-07 ||kentaro_kung ||8,000|
|2010-06-07|| Mashuga ||5,000|
|2010-06-07|| Nick259 ||40,000|
|2010-06-07 ||Ross211 ||200|
|2010-06-06 ||PUTCHAP ||1,000|
A flurry of fresh names and returning veterans are shown tonight, notably PVTCaboose as he claims his 100k milestone which allows him to show his F@H badge on the bottom of his posts now. Congrats to PVTCaboose, and a hearty cheer out to all the new members who are raking in their first points with zeal.