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    RAC updated. Kjeldoran passes 6000 points with a SB 2600k

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneageman View Post
    RAC updated. Kjeldoran passes 6000 points with a SB 2600k
    Yeah!
    It is amazing since my 2600k is my main rig. I'm running CEP2 and DSL(is that what we call it?).
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    Added hosts from Trn, Otis11, Hypernova, my87csx481 & Movieman

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    I've seen posts before that reference crunching certain projects over others to maximize points. I thought at one point I remember reading that HCC was the best and to crunch only HCC if looking for max points. I don't have a lot of experience and have never tested out the projects to see which workout better pointswise.


    Currently I crunch-

    Drug Search for Leishmaniasis
    Computing for Clean Water
    The Clean Energy Project - Phase 2
    Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy - Phase 2
    Help Fight Childhood Cancer
    Help Conquer Cancer
    Human Proteome Folding - Phase 2
    FightAIDS@Home


    My primary purpose for crunching is more to try and help out these causes so I probably will continue crunching them all, but I was curious if one of the more anyone could chime in with any info on what projects to crunch or not crunch in the search for max points, thought it might be of help for those who are looking for points and are not as familiar with the individual projects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by totalgeek View Post
    I've seen posts before that reference crunching certain projects over others to maximize points. I thought at one point I remember reading that HCC was the best and to crunch only HCC if looking for max points. I don't have a lot of experience and have never tested out the projects to see which workout better pointswise.


    Currently I crunch-

    Drug Search for Leishmaniasis
    Computing for Clean Water
    The Clean Energy Project - Phase 2
    Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy - Phase 2
    Help Fight Childhood Cancer
    Help Conquer Cancer
    Human Proteome Folding - Phase 2
    FightAIDS@Home


    My primary purpose for crunching is more to try and help out these causes so I probably will continue crunching them all, but I was curious if one of the more anyone could chime in with any info on what projects to crunch or not crunch in the search for max points, thought it might be of help for those who are looking for points and are not as familiar with the individual projects.
    Oj101 did a thread on your question earlier this year. I haven't really seen any other info regarding what performs the best. In my experience, CCW provided the least amount of points when I was crunching it. HCC is consistent in terms of PPD. I'm only running CEP2 and DSL since I am trying to get badges. Prior to DSL, I was running HCC with CEP2. Once DSL gets 2 years, I am going back to HCC or HFCC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjeldoran View Post
    Oj101 did a thread on your question earlier this year...
    Even better... Pirogue made a program that can give you stats for all your machines or projects.

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    Great stuff! Thanks guys!

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    RAC updated. my87csx481 & Old Chap join the SB 6000 club
    Last edited by stoneageman; 09-27-2011 at 09:04 AM.

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    I'll be working on updating when the RAC of my host climbs, only been at it for three days so need a few more.

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    The Free-DC stats on hosts doesn't seem to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mydog View Post
    The Free-DC stats on hosts doesn't seem to work.
    Yep, it disappeared for me as well. Not sure what happened as I didn't change any settings.
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    Free-DC gives more host details but is not the most reliable so I have now added links to Boincstats Have not tested them all, so please post if there is a bad one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjeldoran View Post
    Yep, it disappeared for me as well. Not sure what happened as I didn't change any settings.
    Looks like Free-DC is working again now.

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    Heh, my Arima is 500 away from being eligible for this thread. Too bad I can't overclock it
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    sparky, just give more juice. it might oc by itself if fed properly^^


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    Added one rig for now, the rest has not yet got high enough RAC
    RAC = how many days/weeks?

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    RAC = ~42days
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    Updated one rig, still need a few more days before I can submit the rest.

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    Updated one rig again and still need one or two days before the rest passes 5000 rac.

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    RAC updated
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    Added two rigs

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    RAC updated. Please note that the link to the data has changed & is now HERE

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    updated and added a few host. Added my top host, #2 single socket (long behind fallwind's best.) Added my stock Xeon E3-1230 which will never do better than 4,500 - 4750 RAC, but is a good comparison to see what a cheapo $200 SB E3 will do. Tried to update a few OC profiles, but that's a daunting task that needs to be tackled in small parts

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    Thanks trn-XS duly corrected & details updated. Glad I did this in pencil Also updated with info from mydog & Pavuk

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