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Anyone care to check my logic?
A reference point for you:
Result Name App Version Number Status Sent Time Time Due /
Return Time CPU Time / Elapsed Time (hours) Claimed/ Granted BOINC Credit...
Sigh. Ignored Your original question.
So, create ramdrive -> install BOINC with WU data on ramdrive -> Profit?
CEP2 does about 32GiB reads and writes per WU - so RAMdrive is just the thing for it. I don't have a comparable machine - mine is 1,8Ghz opteron with 12c/12t and 64gb SSD - did a WU in 12h
Dont think you have to. How many cores on the patient-machine? Make a separate profile for it and allow CEP2 on all cores.
Should be the best benchmark.
You sure want to use Win?
Found this, quite thorough...
wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!...CPU only :) 6y 5m 10d in the making
Congrats to everybody!
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Computing considered - Titan should be the biggest-baddest kid in town at the moment?
So, one month of crunching (3h DT for relocations, 1,5h for tweaking):
Not bad for ~$200 worth of HW :)
Statistics Date Total Run Time...
guess You've already found this :)
I'll get on linux too, pointless to keep headless cruncher on W7 :)
CEP2 does about 32GiB reads and writes per WU.
SSD is not such a good idea if you have 8+ of them running.
..the LONGEST 15 minutes You've ever seen?
Jeez...and i thought my ex-wife preparing to go out and her "i'll be done in 5" was a bit off... :D
Ok, 0,975 it is. Had a restart today - so it looks like i hit the JP on my first original UV attempt :)
You sure You want to take CEP2 route? :) SSD stress test
Johnmark - sweet mother of ****...5,4Tflops... :eek:
Regarding 12v - i dont think it's showing the correct value (11,4v).
edit: 0,9625v it is, 10+h uptime, 14WUs done without any issues.
Yes, they are :) Freak restart at 0,9375v - 0,95v seems to be doing ok.
edit: nope, 0,95v also crashed - 0,9625v testing now.
IIRC the SS12II-430w has 4-6% higher efficiency on 240v- so should be pushing 90-91% efficiency at this loadlevel - but yeah, need to get me a tester to verify the draw from wall.
Im on European *fixed*240v with Seasonic S12II-430w smack in the middle of its best powercurve. Also, have You undervolted yours?
Statistics Date Total Run Time
(y:d:h:m:s) Points Generated ...
You could say that, my jaw hit the floor. Good thing i like to keep an eye on usage :)
Staying away from CEP2 until i have a usable fast platter-spinner.
(for those TL : DR /...
CEP2 is a monster, it was doing 32GiB reads AND writes for each WU, x12 threads, 12h per WUs so x2 per day.
SSD life expectancy fell to 2 years (from 8) with 2 days of crunching :D
9% load on 1,5k VA UPS would suggest ~100w from the wall for her :S
I have to get me a powermeter...
I have an "old" x5472 standing and doing nothing if anyone interested :)