Originally Posted by zodac EDIT: Saving Space! (Click to show)
Originally Posted by shad0wfax
Originally Posted by HardheadedMurphy
According to script....
Now (end of F@T) 129,158
Not too bad for a p4 and my sig
It's telling me:
So now it says:
That seems very odd, and I doubt it's right. According to my calculations I got 71,734 points during the Fold-A-Thon, plus or minus some variance for download times. I think that's about on-par for my sig rig (and only my sig rig) running the console clients. (2500k @ 4.7 GHz & 580 @ 900 MHz core / 1800 MHz shader)
Script is accurate. :P
Script shorted me 5,187 for the 5:03 pm UTC drop highlighted here. Add 'em up! If I ignore the highlighted WU in HFM.NET then I get 66,547 points calculated by HFM.NET and the script says 66,529 which is only 18 points off. (That's easily accounted for with margins of error. (That's a 0.0027% margin of error.))
If you count the 5187 Fermi WU (which has no bonus, and dropped suspiciously close to the stats update I'm at 71,734 which is 5,205 points short of HFM.NET's estimate, a 7.82% margin of error.
If the script is pulling user totals from Stanford's website correctly, then I can only conclude that the WU I dropped at 17:03 UTC somehow got counted as completing during the hour prior to that by Stanford themselves.
*Shakes fist at Stanford or the script, or possibly both.*