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    Re: 56 on the fritz again

    Looks like you'll be using malfunctioning stats servers as an alibi for your oddly low ppd. Lucky break there. I'd still like to hear a way to find an IP# for a WU. I betting my p3027 came from...
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    Re: 56 on the fritz again

    Hey Novi, the day's almost over and you're way under your average ppd. You've equaled or exceeded 2000 points for at least 6 straight days and you're only at 372 for today. You better get a big...
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    Re: 56 on the fritz again

    No, it is recent. According to EOC the WU was completed sometime between 3pm and 6pm CST today. Novi posted at 3:44pm CST to tell everybody about it, so the WU was completed a maximum of 44 minutes...
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    Re: 56 on the fritz again

    Okay douchebag, now I'm pretty sure you did it. Curious that your post pointing out the WU in question came so very soon after it was completed. Coincidence? I guess it's possible that by chance...
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    Re: 56 on the fritz again

    Okay, I'll bite. I'm certainly NOT running SMP, nor will I. I don't know what the p3027 is. I know well enough that if I started folding SMP WU's under my old username someone here would very...
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    Re: 56 on the fritz again

    Eh, don't worry about me hanging out. It took a truly exceptional circumstance to get me back here. In 7 years of posting on message boards this was far and away the absolute best opportunity I...
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    Re: 56 on the fritz again

    I hope you're aware that the CPU cycles you used to type and post those words could have been used to help process a p212x. ;)
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    Re: 56 on the fritz again

    Don't worry guys, I don't plan on making a habit of coming here, but after being bombarded with self-righteous lectures I couldn't resist pointing out such blatant hypocrisy. If "the cause" is...
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    Re: 56 on the fritz again

    Sorry, but can't resist posting after seeing this. Hey Novi, weren't you one of the guys telling me folding is not about points, it's about science? Here's your exact quote to me: "Fold if you...
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    Done here bye bye

    I'm going to ocforums. I spend more time there anyway and since my folding points from the past year and a half have been reduced to insignificance by recent points inflation there's no reason not...
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    My E6400 @ 3.2ghz is getting only 400ppd with dual consoles running 2 x p2126, while you get 6 times my ppd with your E6600 running SMP. Is your computer really 6 times faster than mine? I doubt it...
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    2450 ppd on one box? Folding points inflation has gotten worse than baseball salaries.
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    Poll: Re: Where do you stand?

    IMO Folding is a more worthy cause, but everybody has to admit it would be pretty cool to crunch the SETI work unit that contains the first documented transmission from an alien civilization.
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    On dual-core rigs SMP units complete faster because each WU gets processed by two cores. Dual consoles with one WU assigned to each core can complete 2 units in about the same time an SMP client can...
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    I have one of the new E6400 Allendales. I'm @1.33 vcore @ 3.2ghz. I'm thinking I could possibly reduce vcore slightly. I think that p3038 EUE was most likely a false alarm. If anything other than...
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    On an unrelated note - how much vcore does your E6600 need for 3.2ghz?
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    What's funny is that the Linux SMP client could very well leave beta status during the Windows SMP client's beta period. Then all the users of easy-to-install WinSMP client will be collecting the 4x...
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    Either the chimp or the orangutan could outproduce my ppd if they had access to SMP work units. I might have to give them a keg of beer and a big bag of weed if I want my Core 2 duo to have a fair...
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    So now it's hard work to set up SMP? I have a bunch of other SMP'ers telling me it's super easy. And what is so special about owning a multicore system? Old grannies are getting multicore...
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    I totally agree. The SMP points are so absurdly high they don't even belong with the other projects. If Stanford won't reduce the SMP points they ought to be put in a separate score. If people...
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    Alright you guys convinced me, I won't dump anything. I'll even do the p3038 crappers, but I won't use the SMP client. The points that thing generates are ridiculous. I definitely lowballed it when...
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    Ugh. I will write this one more time. It's ONLY the p3038 that have given me problems, and it's not just me. Do a search of this forum and you'll see. Search the FAH forum too. As for the SMP...
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    Naw, it's kinda fun to see if I can beat the chimp with the sliderule.
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    Dual consoles, barely 400 ppd on a 3.2 ghz C2D. A chimpanzee with a sliderule could crunch similar ppd if he found a way to interface with the SMP server.
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    If it's that important to you why don't you shut down your SMP client and crunch some of this trash yourself? I will notify the board whenever I delete a p3038. At that time I expect all SMP users...
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