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How many cores are you crunching?

Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Paulieg, Jun 26, 2009.

  1. Paulieg

    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    Just thought about this last night. I know that all cores are not created equal. I'm just curious how many cores everyone is crunching with. I'm cruching 20 cores (2 i7's and a Q6600), if you count the HT "virtual" cores on i7's. So, how many are you crunching with?
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    heh only 4:p

    a E2220
    and a E7400
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    12 here...

    2x Q6600
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    Hope to up that to 20 in the next month or so :)
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    ahh... no wonder you beat me soo quickly!!
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    No matter how many everyone crunches with ....it is all good :toast:
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    Exactly. :)
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    @Jizzler...you still hanging on my tail ?? I cant seem to shake you at all lol
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    Down from over 120 when I still could afford my farm.
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    4 cores on my i7 (no ht)

    I wonder if I enable ht will my ppd double? ex. if I'm getting 3000ppd without ht will I get 6000ppd with ht at the same clocks?
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    It might not "exactly" double but you will be doing twice as many work units:rockout:
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    So if I had everything running, that would all come out to 40 cores:eek::rockout:
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    9 cores for me:

    C2D E8400
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    As the Soup Nazi would say, "No Hyperthread for You(me)"
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    Only four, Q6600, at 100% all the time, except when I game I go to 60%. 24/7 by the way.
    When I finish the Quadfather, it will be four more, as I will dedicate the Q6600 to crunch, and the other rig with the two cores (E6300) will come into play as soon as its reassembled and ready to run again.
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    54 cores's.. plus 4 HT.. So, 58 total
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    Yup, we'll be sharing that pie slice from time to time :D

    PantyHoser has sadly gone down after only a couple days of Crunching. Also, last week I had to take it off a different E6400 than the one I listed above, but I was able to install it on another Q6600 recently.

    Just grabbed a PSU from work to see if that's the problem with PantyHoser, hopefully get 'er back up this weekend.
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    4 here as well, e2200 and 3800x2.

    Still trying to add 2 or 4 more.
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    working on getting my octafather rig together to crunch it will be 2x4 cores ~2.4ghz
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    Somewhere around 100.Counted 3 times and came up with 3 different totals.
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    X3370=4
    i7 920=4+4ht
    Total=12
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    I know its not much, but for me

    C2D p7450 (in my lappy so only days/weekends) x2
    P4 3.2ghz HT x2 (logical)
    P4 x1

    So thats 5 if you count HT. Soon to be added an e8500 from boomstick360, so that will put me at 7, (havent sold my old gaming rig yet, so that one will still be around, the p4HT) once I get it up, a Celeron 3.2ghz if I can get the mobo flashed, plus some older ones that will sit in my closet 24/7.

    So 5 atm, hopefully gonna be at 10+ in the next couple of weeks, though they obviously wont be putting out what the Q's and 7's are.
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