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Frame Times on BigAdv A3 projects.

Postby ParrLeyne » Sat May 29, 2010 8:21 pm

Shortly after the -bigadv (bonus plan) trial was announced, a thread was started, to help FAH members understand how their systems would "rate" against other configurations.

With the advent of the new Project 2684 WUs (which have very different folding characteristics from the original WUs), I believe that the same tracking details should be captured for those WUs.

Accordingly, as with the original thread, please post the following details:

Project: ____
Average time/frame: ________ {in hh:mm:ss}
CPU: _______ @ ____ GHz
# of CPU sockets:
# of Physical cores:

# of FAH CPU processes:
# of FAH GPU Clients:

RAM GB installed:
RAM Type: {DDR/DDR2/DDR3}
RAM Speed:
OS / Linux kernel:
Running in VM: {Yes/No}

{I added "RAM speed" because A2 -bigadv reports found variations in timings which could not be explained by CPU factors alone, and it has subsequently become obvious that RAM speed has a significant impact on performance}
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby ParrLeyne » Sat May 29, 2010 8:46 pm

Here are the number which orion posted to the original "Frame Times for -bigadv" thread.

orion wrote:Project #: 2684
Average time/frame: 0:36:09
CPU: 8356 @ 2.3
# of CPU sockets: 4
# of cores: 16
# of fahCore_A3 processes running: 15

RAM installed: 16GB
RAM Type: DDR2
RAM Speed: 667
OS/kernel: Ubuntu 8.04 server 2.6.24-26


Edit: Updated details based on PM from orion.
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby Grandpa_01 » Sun May 30, 2010 12:56 am

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4 - SuperMicro H8QGi-F AMD 6xxx=192 cores @ 2.8Ghz
3 - SM X9QRI-f+ Intel 4650 = 192 cores/threads @ 3Ghz
2 - I7 980X 4.4Ghz 2 - GTX680
1 - 2700k 4.4Ghz GTX680
Total = 419 cores folding
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby Punchy » Sun May 30, 2010 1:13 am

There are a number of 2684 results already in this thread: viewtopic.php?f=55&t=14745
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby pholcman » Sun May 30, 2010 7:17 am

I got one...

Average time/frame: 00:42:41 {in hh:mm:ss}
CPU: Xeon W3520 @ 4.3 GHz
# of CPU sockets: 1
# of Physical cores: 4

# of FAH CPU processes: 7
# of FAH GPU Clients: 4

RAM GB installed: 6
RAM Type: DDR3
RAM Speed: 1640MHz 6-6-6-16-60-1T
OS / Linux kernel: 2.6.31.1
Running in VM: YES (linuxfah's vm image v1.2)
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby autogrog » Sun May 30, 2010 12:06 pm

Average time/frame: 42:10 (only 1 WU so far)
CPU: i7-980X @ 3.333 GHz (Eurocom D900F)
# of CPU sockets: 1
# of Physical cores: 6

# of FAH CPU processes: 11
# of FAH GPU Clients: 0

RAM GB installed: 6GB
RAM Type: DDR3
RAM Speed: 1.333
OS / Linux kernel: Fedora 11 / 2.6.30.10

Fixed cpu speed typo.
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby Punchy » Sun May 30, 2010 1:02 pm

autogrog wrote:Average time/frame: 42:10 (only 1 WU so far)
CPU: i7-980X @ 1.333 GHz (Eurocom D900F)

Really?
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby brackney » Sun May 30, 2010 7:11 pm

Average time/frame: 00:16:07 {in hh:mm:ss}
CPU: 8439 @ 2.8 GHz
# of CPU sockets: 4
# of Physical cores: 24

# of FAH CPU processes: 23
# of FAH GPU Clients: 0

RAM GB installed: 16
RAM Type: {DDR/DDR2/DDR3} DDR2
RAM Speed: 667
OS / Linux kernel: 2.6.31-20
Running in VM: {Yes/No} No
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby Glenn_Harvey » Sun May 30, 2010 10:45 pm

Average time/frame: 00:54:41 {in hh:mm:ss}
CPU: Opteron 8356 @ 2.3 GHz
# of CPU sockets: 2
# of Physical cores: 8

# of FAH CPU processes: 8
# of FAH GPU Clients: 0

RAM GB installed: 8GB
RAM Type: DDR2
RAM Speed: 667 Mhz
OS / Linux kernel: 2.6.22.14 (Ubuntu 7.10)
Running in VM: {Yes/No} No
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby linuxfah » Sun May 30, 2010 11:28 pm

Average time/frame: 00:44:06
CPU: 920 @ 4.0 GHz
# of CPU sockets: 1
# of Physical cores: 4

# of FAH CPU processes: 8
# of FAH GPU Clients: 0

RAM GB installed: 6
RAM Type: DDR3
RAM Speed: 1528 MHz
OS / Linux kernel: Custom built system - 2.6.34 (icc build)
Running in VM: No
Memory used by fah core: 1830MB
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby Wrish » Mon May 31, 2010 10:01 pm

p2684 R6 C1 G0
Average time/frame: 44:38
CPU: i7965 @ 3.99 GHz
# of CPU sockets: 1
# of Physical cores: 4

# of FAH CPU processes: 8
# of FAH GPU Clients: 0

RAM GB installed: 3 GB triple channel
RAM Type: DDR3
RAM Speed: 1520 MHz 7-7-7-21-1T
OS / Linux kernel: Ubuntu 8.04 / 2.6.24
Running in VM: No

Note: Detecting AC power draw fluctuations between -60 and +5 watts compared to A2 bigadv steady-state draw. Might be issue with kernel or with the Linux version of A3. Previously noticed lower PPD on regular A3 units compared to Windows as well, but didn't monitor power draw back then.
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby Alpineb1 » Tue Jun 01, 2010 8:58 pm

Average time/frame: __47mins _15sec_____ {in hh:mm:ss}
CPU: _I7 860______ @ 3.8 GHz
# of CPU sockets: 1
# of Physical cores: 4
# of Physical cores + HT :8

# of FAH CPU processes: 7
# of FAH GPU Clients: 1

RAM GB installed: 8
RAM Type: DDR3
RAM Speed: 1482
OS / Linux kernel: Win Seven 64 bits Ultimate
Running in VM: Yes (linuxrouter image in VM player)
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby 10e » Thu Jun 03, 2010 4:29 pm

Project 2684 (R4, C16, G2)

I have four:

Average time/frame: 48:47
CPU: i7 860 @ 3.85 Ghz (22x175)
# of CPU sockets: 1
# of Physical cores: 4

# of FAH CPU processes: 8
# of FAH GPU Clients: 2

RAM GB installed: 8GB
RAM Type: DDR3
RAM Speed: 1400mhz, 8-8-8-24, 1T, dual channel
OS / Linux kernel: 2.6.33
Running in VM: Yes, LinuxRouters VM 1.1 Image

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Average time/frame: 44:53
CPU: i7 860 @ 3.80 Ghz (19x200)
# of CPU sockets: 1
# of Physical cores: 4

# of FAH CPU processes: 8
# of FAH GPU Clients: 0

RAM GB installed: 8GB
RAM Type: DDR3
RAM Speed: 1600mhz, 9-9-9-24, 2T, dual channel
OS / Linux kernel: 2.6.33
Running in VM: Yes, LinuxRouters VM 1.1 Image

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Average time/frame: 45:38
CPU: i7 920 D0 @ 3.80 Ghz (19x200)
# of CPU sockets: 1
# of Physical cores: 4

# of FAH CPU processes: 8
# of FAH GPU Clients: 0

RAM GB installed: 6GB
RAM Type: DDR3
RAM Speed: 1600mhz, 8-8-8-24, 1T, triple channel
OS / Linux kernel: 2.6.33
Running in VM: Yes, LinuxRouters VM 1.1 Image

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Average time/frame: 43:30
CPU: i7 920 D0 @ 4.1 Ghz (20x205)
# of CPU sockets: 1
# of Physical cores: 4

# of FAH CPU processes: 8
# of FAH GPU Clients: 3

RAM GB installed: 6GB
RAM Type: DDR3
RAM Speed: 1640mhz, 9-9-9-24, 2T, triple channel
OS / Linux kernel: 2.6.33
Running in VM: Yes, LinuxRouters VM 1.1 Image
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby leexgx » Thu Jun 03, 2010 5:40 pm

some posters need to recheck what they have posted (like last one 3.1Ghz it should be 4.1 and the 980x at 1.3) as long as Grandpa spots that be funny if they ended up in there as well (none of my systems are running a3 at the moment so i guess they pushing A2 so they run out of work units)
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Re: Frame Times on Project 2684 WUs

Postby 10e » Thu Jun 03, 2010 6:06 pm

leexgx wrote:some posters need to recheck what they have posted (like last one 3.1Ghz it should be 4.1 and the 980x at 1.3) as long as Grandpa spots that be funny if they ended up in there as well (none of my systems are running a3 at the moment so i guess they pushing A2 so they run out of work units)


Fixed, thanks for spotting that.
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