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a4 project 7000 - 7028 point values

Postby Grandpa_01 » Sat Aug 13, 2011 2:54 pm

I have not paid much attention to this project until today when I noticed I was running them on one of my 970 which happen to have recently finished a 2684 for 32,000 PPD I can definitely say I was happy to see that that a a4 7014 takes 00:01:22 per frame and gets 58,942 PPD and the 2684 I had recently finished got 00:30:15 per frame for 40,293 PPD. I can make a better avg PPD running classic a4 projects on a 12 core machine than I can running the bigadv and big bigadv mix I get I am avg 55,000 PPD on the mix of bigadv and big bigadv I am getting so I am guessing Stanford wants me to run these instead. I would be more than happy to run these than the bigadv if that is what Stanford wants. If not maybe somebody should take a look at these and the bigadv and adjust the point value 1 way or the other. :wink:
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Re: a4 project 7000 - 7028 point values

Postby Swiftdeathz » Wed Sep 07, 2011 4:41 am

The thing is then sometimes you will get a different project. For instance I was just folding a 7023 that just completed and now I got a 493 point WU the P10200, and this one folds much slower so the machine will now take a ppd hit while it folds this one. (went from like 3400 ppd to 500 ppd)
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Re: a4 project 7000 - 7028 point values

Postby Zagen30 » Wed Sep 07, 2011 5:39 am

Swiftdeathz wrote:The thing is then sometimes you will get a different project. For instance I was just folding a 7023 that just completed and now I got a 493 point WU the P10200, and this one folds much slower so the machine will now take a ppd hit while it folds this one. (went from like 3400 ppd to 500 ppd)


His point was that these regular SMP projects get equal or better PPD than various bigadv projects. The bigadv, and especially the big bigadv, are supposed to earn more PPD than regular SMP because of the paucity of machines capable of running them. Grandpa_01 has been around long enough to know that PPD fluctuates from project to project; it's the fact that these outperform bigadv that he was commenting on.
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Re: a4 project 7000 - 7028 point values

Postby Swiftdeathz » Wed Sep 07, 2011 5:52 am

Yes I grasped that, but my point was just the fluctuation from different WU's would overall give the advantage to bigadv or big bigadv anyway. (since you can't cherry-pick which WU's give the best PPD) I think it's nice for those that still fold on UNIcore clients to get this boost every once in a while is a nice thing. Ultimately it's up to Stanford to decide but we already know this. ;)
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