Tawhite, how many WUs/day does the PS3 go through? It looks like you can crank out 574-861 pts/day, much better than the PC clients.All right, I'm turning my PS3 back on, let's speed this up a bit!
373 points. Here's the page that explains all: http://fah-web.stanford.edu/psummary.html Look for the Project Number in the first column (the p2126 of your "Working on:") and look across to the sixth column to get the maximum points credited to your account.Now here is the interesting thing. On the P4, which completed 1 WU, it had 5,000 frames. On the one above (on the A64) it has 50,000 frames. Even though it is operating 10x as fast (5sec/frame instead of 40sec/frame) its got 10x more frames to crunch.
I am really curious how many points I will get for this one.
The FAHStats site (actually KakaoStats) predicts that we will break the 2,000 mark in less than a week. We are burning up the charts!2800 of 59714 Wow we are trucking along!
It looks like most of the Project WUs are broken into 100 "frames" (according to the FAH Project Summary) so I use that measure when looking at my machine taking 12 minutes (20 now that I "doubled-down") to process a "frame".I still don't understand why its' WU was 5000 frames, and the A64s was 50,000.
That sucks you lost points but you are burning up. Make me want to upgrade fast! :upThe FAHStats site (actually KakaoStats) predicts that we will break the 2,000 mark in less than a week. We are burning up the charts!
I came home after work expecting to find that I had completed another WU, but what I didn't expect to find was that my Mac had been issued a bum WU and had burned ten hours of folding as it attempted to process this unit, only to die after reaching 9% completion. After the third attempt (at a little over three hours each time), FAH finally decided to download a new copy of the SMP core and was finally successfully folding again.
Unfortunately, no credits for the time lost which is one of the risks of running the beta, and why we get so many points when it does work okay. I worked out that with the two SMP core clients active, the Mac generates approximately 86 points per hour. So, that little hiccup cost me and our Team almost 900 points.
I hear ya my son's puter wu is 5000 my second is at 20,000,000. ? I don't understand why?My A64 is still finishing its first WU, been running non-stop for 29 hours, but it has slowed down from 5sec/frame to 9sec/frame. Not sure why, but once it finishes, I will give it a rest...
I should actually have 2 WUs in the next 24 hours; the crappy P4 is almost done with its second.
I still don't understand why its' WU was 5000 frames, and the A64s was 50,000.
It looks like each WU is broken into 100 "frames" (according to the FAH Project Summary) so I use that measure when looking at my machine taking 12 minutes (20 now that I "doubled-down") to process a "frame".
Your stats of 9 sec/frame yields over five days for those 50,000 frames. Time to give your PC to your wife (or kid) and get a new quad-core AMD or Core 4 Duo for folding.
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