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I hope you aint looking at me. I fixed mine. Which means they are all the clocks are in order.

On a side note, my GTX460 has a better OC than Magic8192's. Which means I win
It is Magic8192's wife's GTX460 and she is far more interested in stability over speed.
Edited by magic8192 - 7/29/11 at 6:17am
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Well, go to the Project website. VIEW your account. VIEW "computers" on your account. CLICK on "TASKS" for the computer you want to get data from.

In the tasks, you can usually see all the recent WU's ... find the low/high range for a given task OR just look at the times, grab a few and average the points and times.

I can double check myself if you ask me too. Sometimes I know like YOYO@HOME can have 5 or 6 different tasks that have different time/point values... I check on things when I think I need too.

Do your best... I'm pretty familiar with many different projects and I will double check if it looks weird or something.

Thanks for the info, I'll see what I can do.
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so i'm looking over the spreadsheet (will have more to add later today i think) and saw one of the AMD tasks, Spinhenge only took 1 second and rewarded 200 credit?? i know the 1090T is a pretty nice chip, but those are some ridiculous point numbers...is that like a one-time outlier, or is that pretty consistent? if so i might have to seriously consider picking up one of those 1090T chips...

::edit:: also saw it for the 955BE...so i guess that is a pretty consistent number? can't say anything about primegrid being the main point-giver anymore i guess
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LOL! When I don't have current values, I put a "1" in there to remind myself to update the figures... so you can ignore anything with a "1" in it until I get current numbers.

There are a lot of task changes, revisions, hard to keep up sometimes... Like eOn2 just went from 3.08 to 3.09 eOn Client and it made a huge difference in compute times/points...

Doing my best to update and keep it updated...



PS: If some folks watch, I go into websites and look up details for tasks on your computers sometimes when I know the ranges may be wider than expected... just trying to give the low/high compute times in those cases to give folks a better idea what to expect.

Here is an example of eOn2 3.09 client... it's weird, points/times unpredictable: (and the run times and cpu times out of wack...)


29 Jul 2011 8:54:23 UTC 13,299.71 13,197.23 14.85 eOn Client v3.09

28 Jul 2011 18:01:10 UTC 4,011.05 2,130.41 18.95 eOn Client v3.09

29 Jul 2011 0:32:55 UTC 3,360.93 1,806.18 15.24 eOn Client v3.09

29 Jul 2011 2:40:09 UTC 7,605.32 5,590.39 69.19 eOn Client v3.09
Edited by Tex1954 - 7/29/11 at 6:59am
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LOL! When I don't have current values, I put a "1" in there to remind myself to update the figures... so you can ignore anything with a "1" in it until I get current numbers
thanks for the explanation, you just saved me a couple hundred bucks and some severe disappointment...lol
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looks like someone deleted all the entries ? or am i lost
    
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looks like someone deleted all the entries ? or am i lost

Look at the bottom of the page at the tabs, GPU figures and CPU figures.
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The points system and runtime for eOn is just unpredictable. Sometimes I get 10 points for 600~700 sec and then 15 points for 8000 sec.
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looks like someone deleted all the entries ? or am i lost
Once I get the NEW ENTRIES posted into the main CPU/GPU pages, I delete them.

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Went to change my entry for the HD6850 but everything is gone now. My card was not working right and the info I entered is way off. I have it working right now so I will be able to update it with correct figures tomorrow.

EDIT: Added info for GTS450 and HD6850.
Yup, once I input the info into the new MASTER sheets on my system, I delete the stuff from the New Entries sheet... then delete the existing CPU/GPU Google sheets... then I upload the new CPU/GPU sheets from the master to the Google Spreadsheet.

It's an ongoing task... I'm trying to get it loaded up with all the tasks/projects I can so it's easier to maintain...

Ya'll helping me out a lot too with good critical advice! Keep it up! Much appreciated! Anything to make it easier to understand is helpful!


Edited by Tex1954 - 7/29/11 at 9:59am
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