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Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by loonym, Apr 29, 2009.

  1. loonym

    loonym New Member

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    TechPowerUp! 1,161,549 Great work everyone! :toast:
     
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    Last night's stats finally updated!

    A small glitch at the WCG servers delayed stats updating. Here's last night's total:

    TechPowerUp! 1,134,654 Great work everyone! Keep pushing. :toast:
     
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    Daily WCG numbers

    TechPowerUp! 919,006 Good day folks! Keep crunching! :toast:
     
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    Daily WCG numbers

    TechPowerUp! 832,830 Great work everyone! :toast:
     
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    TechPowerUp! 714,181 Good job folks! :toast:
     
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    loonym New Member

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    TechPowerUp! 606,524 Nice going team! :toast:
     
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    No!! It's decreasing!! Don't stop machines now People!!
     
  8. FordGT90Concept

    FordGT90Concept "I go fast!1!11!1!"

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    Indeed, anyone know why?
     
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  9. daragez New Member

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    why it's decreasing?...anyone...!!!
     
  10. MRCL

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    *tries to counter the decrease by joining*
     
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    a few of XS members went home
     
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    Including loonym himself, no?
     
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    not sure 123 BOB and 4x4 did - pretty sure they were making a good contribution.

    IIRC 123 bob left one machine running for us - nice chap.
     
  14. loonym

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    Yes, I returned to my home team. Just helping out a bit by posting stats.
     
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    However even though the XS guys went back, think about what they did. Not only did they continue to help save lives, but they did it while helping us get our subforum and making our way up to the top. Thats priceless right there folks :rockout:
     
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    4x4n Xtreme Refugee

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    Just 2 days and I'm already getting pie. Don't be letting me take pie with my one little machine. :p

    Lets get some of the guys on here with their 4ghz i7's crunching. :rockout:
     

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    bogmali Moderator Staff Member

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    Nice Pie....but I keep wondering who that guy is on the 5 spot:laugh::D
     
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    It could be you!

    This downward trend is not looking good.I was asked by a TPU WCG member if I was going to stay or return to XS and I said I would stay,unless TPU commitment started to wane.

    I like to wander from team to team to help and see what other teams are like.I always return to XS because they are one of two teams that I've been on that makes a serious and dedicated contribution to something I truly believe is important.I would like to see that kind of commitment here.I just got home from a fishing trip and see a loss in contribution for five straight days.Mine hasn't dropped and I haven't been home from Wed until today.Folks,that's 40 computers going 24/7

    Every day I see myself making 30%-40% of team total.That's with a membership of 56 and around 40 members with better than average machines.For a site this big we should be making a lot bigger splash.

    So I am starting a challenge.
    Every week I will post one of my machines numbers in the format shon at the bottom taken from http://statsnstones.tswb.org/TeamUser.aspx?projid=38&teamid=22175

    If you have an identical CPU and can beat my numbers for the eight days shown I will put that machine on your account for eight days.Since I see a few members with i920 we'll start with one of those.Mine runs at 3900 on air.Let's see some of those 4+ghz machines beat it.

    If I can't be beaten in eight weeks I will be moving on to another team as yet unknown.

    Post any challenges in RAMMIIE's challenge.http://forums.techpowerup.com/showpost.php?p=1360795&postcount=1
     

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    Very well said. I just recently joined and was amazed at how much you contribute. IT is very appreciated and while I only have 2 capable computers atm, I'm definitely going to try and contribute as much as possible. :rockout:
     
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    you dont have an e2140 folding do you?
     
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    While you were fishing a number of XS crunchers that made your share of the pie smaller returned home. Personally I really miss them.

    I'm still in my first month of crunching and all of sudden I'm in the top 5. I compared my i920 that is at 3800 on water and found in the 8 day period you got 1,000 points more than I did. My problem is that I need better cooling for my system temp if I want to go higher. Until I get better water cooling you got me beat.

    I've going to build another i920 by the end of the month. I haven't decided what motherboard to buy. Will a cheap $200 board do or will I need to shell out the cash for a $300+ board?

    I hope there's a challenger with an i920 that can beat you steps up.
     
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    Binge Overclocking Surrealism

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    There was a problem with "low end" i7 motherboards not supporting SLI hence the low cost. Gigabyte has given SLI to all of their boards so there is no problem getting their lowest end board.
     
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  23. loonym

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    TechPowerUp! 928,799 Very good work everyone. Keep pushing those rigs! :toast:
     
  24. Fitseries3

    Fitseries3 Eleet Hardware Junkie

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    GUYS,

    WTF?

    i know the XS guys returned home but i know that hasnt caused our daily output to divide in half.

    especially with all the new members that have joined to help.

    im setting a goal this week....


    i want to see 1mill a day by friday WITHOUT the XS guys.

    :toast:
     
  25. Jizzler

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    Getting there...

    Ran out of switch ports at home, got a new one coming in to connect up my home servers (couple old dual Xeons).

    Also have a small mountain of old boxes to go through and see if they work.
     

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