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    Quote Originally Posted by [XC] 4X4N View Post
    Awesome, thanks for that

    I am currently focusing on projects were we have less than 8000 points. I think it is easier to move up in those.

    On your last comment, you are right on, but that opens up a bigger discussion that usually leads to to no good. So, we all just keep crunching what we like

    Well after taking a look, there aren't too many options there I see in the sub 8000 range. But on the bright side, I see that the DPC aren't really so hot in the DC Vault overall rankings, like #13. So at least we have them beat in something!

    And regarding the last comment and your reply, yep, people should crunch what they enjoy. After all, that's basically why they got into this stuff to begin with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XS_parts View Post
    The other one that would add some points in the misc. category is moneybee. Though I'm not a fan of that project really, but getting the team dcv score at least up into the 9xxx.xx range would give us more points in the overall without having to get very deep into moneybee.
    I think I'm the last one to have done some Moneybee (LBM before me). Right now there is a large # of positions between us and the next Vaulted team so it's not the most effective use of time/DCV_points.

    In OGR25 I'm getting 10-20 points/day that yields 300-600/month which isn't bad. How many days did it take to get that nice TSC dump? I only run non-BOINC projects (at least til they fix BOINC benchmark to get the same result 3 times in a row) so I'd consider doing some TSC.
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    Hi Paladin, nice to meet you.

    At the rate I'm crunching now with the stuff online and applied to d2ol, I'm doing roughly 3,100 points a day. So twenty days or so would give me around 60k. I would go ahead and do it, but I'd probably get the d2ol guys jumping down my throat as they/we are in a running battle at the moment with those pesky cows.

    However if you could put some systems on it, I would put some on to help you so we could get up to at least 100k in tsc. That would get us some more realatively easy dcv points before the climbing really started to get a bit steep.

    So what is your daily output in ogr-25?

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    As I said "...10-20 points/per day...".
    My OGR-25 history is easily viewable:
    http://stats.distributed.net/partici...d=25&id=305094

    Still wondering how long it took you to crunch that TSC dump. Not D2OL & not theoretical future possible output. Was it just points you had already that just carried over when you joined the team?
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    Hey Paladin, if you're wondering about daily output, here are a couple of examples of a few different set-ups. I ran tsc for a while and it pretty much the same as d2ol. x2 3800 at 2.8 does about 380-400 a day running 2 clients. An opty 144 at 2.9, about 180-190. e6600 at 3.6, 420-440 a day. Amd vs Intel doesn't seem to make much difference.
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    Thanks 4x4, that's what I was wondering. So about 200/day/core on modern CPUs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladin View Post
    As I said "...10-20 points/per day...".
    My OGR-25 history is easily viewable:
    http://stats.distributed.net/partici...d=25&id=305094

    Still wondering how long it took you to crunch that TSC dump. Not D2OL & not theoretical future possible output. Was it just points you had already that just carried over when you joined the team?
    I was wondering what your mnode production was.

    As for how long it took to crunch those, I can't tell because some days I had multiple systems and some only one, some days I didn't crunch. I don't track by individual system. Some of the points were carried over, and some were crunched.

    Your guess of a couple hundred a day is a good average to figure on for estimating purposes. The latest models will put out close to double that.

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    Was just over on the FDC forum and there is a post in there that they may even be looking at November for the end of ogr-25. Don't know is that is for this sequence on stubs, or the 25 project. Only reason I mention it is that from a dcr points perspective, the points may not be lasting that long if the project goes down. Might be better off putting the computer time into an effort that will last a while. ???

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    OGR-25 is still on-going. They just completed Phase 2 is all. Means larger/longer sequences to be tested now. I get about 14,000 Gnodes/day total (from Condor, DeXter, Allendale).

    RC5-72 and all subsequent RC5 challenges have been cancelled by RSA (the people that were offering the $10,000 prize for each level of encryption cracked. I think distributed.net had a user-vote and decided to continue RC5-72 just for global-warming's sake.

    It is with great sadness that we must announce that RSA Labs has
    decided to terminate the RSA Secret-Key Challenge, which impacts the
    RC5-72 project and all of the remaining RC5 challenges. This means
    that RSA Labs will not confirm any solutions or award any additional
    prizes, should a correct solution be found. Furthermore, we have
    received a statement indicating that they will not be disclosing the
    solutions to the unsolved challenges. More details can be found on
    http://www.rsa.com/rsalabs/node.asp?id=2100 (Note that the page should
    state that the RC5-32/12/8 solution was recovered on 14 July 2002, not
    28 January 1997.)

    Although RSA Labs is halting their official sponsorship, there is
    still the option open to us to continue the project without their
    prize or validation. We would like to solicit your feedback regarding
    this option. Discussion is welcome on our rc5 mailing list (see
    http://lists.distributed.net/mailman/listinfo/rc5 if you are not
    already a member). In the coming days, we will provide a facility to
    allow official votes to be made.
    I even buy 100% recycled printer paper (which is double regular paper cost for some odd reason) & use each side, so RC5 is now a no-no for me. The original RC5-56 was the first distributed project I ever ran back in 1997 for Team #2 (Team AMD).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladin View Post

    I even buy 100% recycled printer paper (which is double regular paper cost for some odd reason) & use each side, so RC5 is now a no-no for me. The original RC5-56 was the first distributed project I ever ran back in 1997 for Team #2 (Team AMD).
    Damn! What did you run it on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by [XC] riptide View Post
    Damn! What did you run it on?
    Back then I had an AMD-K6 based PC and a bunch of Amigas. <--
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    [QUOTE=Paladin;2386537]OGR-25 is still on-going. They just completed Phase 2 is all. Means larger/longer sequences to be tested now. I get about 14,000 Gnodes/day total (from Condor, DeXter, Allendale).

    RC5-72 and all subsequent RC5 challenges have been cancelled by RSA (the people that were offering the $10,000 prize for each level of encryption cracked. I think distributed.net had a user-vote and decided to continue RC5-72 just for global-warming's sake./QUOTE]

    Now what in the world would a crypto project have to do with global warming????

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    Right... We need a few Vaulters to start pushing the conquest, and the strategy forward. Anyone got any ides what to start hitting?
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    P...O....E......oh, nevermind
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaio View Post
    P...O....E......oh, nevermind
    Well what way are we fixed in teh vault for this?
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    One of your weaker projects methinks.
    You could easily gain 400-500 vault points with a little push.

    The only real challenge to a concerted XS effort would be 3d now and ESL.

    Rest of us are relatively lightweight.
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    If you want to draw on my vault battleplan experience I'll happily draw you guys up an assault plan.

    After all I did (once) guide a small team as high as 8th

    If you'd like my services just holler
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    Holler!
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    Is it urgent?
    Will have a look when I can but am busy til Thursday.

    A quick peak shows me you are a lil weak at both Poem and Malariacontrol.

    Those 2 would be a start........they could add the best part of 1000 vault points.

    Will look through your rankings thoroughly when I get a lil more time
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaio View Post
    Is it urgent?
    Will have a look when I can but am busy til Thursday.

    A quick peak shows me you are a lil weak at both Poem and Malariacontrol.

    Those 2 would be a start........they could add the best part of 1000 vault points.

    Will look through your rankings thoroughly when I get a lil more time
    Its not urgent... but hurry up anyways.
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    Saw that. Very good
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