Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by Chicken Patty, Dec 27, 2009.
Yep, sure will. It's a month long so we have more than enough time to kick some ass!
Yes we do boss!!!!
This is a roller coaster. Today we are up to sixth place and with one more day left I'm already biting my nails!
I even upped the clock on my Thuban just a bit so that it's surely stable and just a little higher than stock.
Both i7 970's and the lappy are full steam ahead with this challange boss
18 treads running HFCC untill the challenge ends. Have to keep some for folding
Awesome job to all the crunchers!!!!!!!!!!!
TechPowerUp! ended up being 5th in the challenge with a total of 3,627,364
Great job team!!!!!!
Sweet! Awesome job all!
We definitely came from behind on this one, GREAT JOB EVERYONE! The 28th, our next one starts, gear up and change back to all projects.
Not bad! The end of the race saw us start to kick-in
I wonder how much more we would have moved up if the challenge was longer.
For the next challenge we could prepare a bit each of us. It is about results returned so try to avoid the big projects and go for the smaller. Help Conquer Cancer is my choice of weapon.
What about FA@H and HFMD2? I'm going to add those plus HCC to see how the wu's compare. I'll report back - unless someone knows offhand already
Yea, I was wondering the same thing! didn't know if running the smaller projects would net us more points in the long run or not. Of course this is a month long deal.
They base challenge rankings on results returned, not points? That seems odd.
All the HFCC jobs look like they run 10hrs on my Q9450, so I'm dropping that project.
Really? They only take a couple hours on my C2D E8500 @ 3.8 GHz...
Yeah, the 9450 is a little piggy at stock clocks.
Just the way that certain competition is.
So we should run the smaller projects then? If so, which ones should be concentrate on?
Probably Help Conquer Cancer. That seems to complete the fastest, at least for me.
I think M had it right from the start
These seem to be the shortest wu's.
Help conquer cancer seems to have pretty small wu's. All of mine are usually around 2 hours.
Are you crunching them numbers on your i3 4x4?
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