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... As previously announced, our plan is to shorten the deadlines of the BA projects. As a result, assignments will have a 16 core minimum. We've been developing the new projects for the new "bigadv-16". This development has taken a bit longer than we expected, but we are now completing internal testing and reading beta projects for bigadv-16. We are bringing a new server online for bigadv-16. It will start by offering a new class of bigadv projects, but we will soon add in a number of projects on the same server that are more similar to bigadv projects donors have already seen. We want to make these work units available for testing, but at the same time we are still examining the points yield of these bigadv projects. So the points valuation remains a work in progress; we may alter points, bonuses, and/or deadlines in the process of testing.

 

Please expect a beta announcement soon for testing these new bigadv-16 work units. Then, after the new bigadv-16 projects stabilize, we will bring the bigadv-12 projects into line (points, deadlines) with the bigadv-16 projects and convert all projects to bigadv-16.

 

The second half sounds like current -hugeadv WUs will remain for the time being.

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Just in time... wheee.gif
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Nice I guess.
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Good thing core count is set to 16 already on my 3930k nix vm thumb.gif
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Let us know if you can make the deadlines comfortably. ;)

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Originally Posted by zodac View Post

Let us know if you can make the deadlines comfortably. wink.gif

I will let you know biggrin.gif
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Wait, what clock speed are you running? 5.2 GHz?
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Looks like the new wu's are horrible. This is from tear over at "H":

Initial performance numbers --

P8101 is about as "fast" as P6903.
P8101 gets half the credit (per day) of P6901.

So, disappointing and discouraging (unless I've missed something;
would appreciate a cross-check).

4p6174 @ 2.475GHz

P8101:

Code:
[23:05:57] Completed 12500 out of 250000 steps (5%)
[23:18:46] Completed 15000 out of 250000 steps (6%)
[23:31:33] Completed 17500 out of 250000 steps (7%)
[23:44:17] Completed 20000 out of 250000 steps (8%)

P6903:

Code:
[23:53:01] Completed 50000 out of 250000 steps (20%)
[00:05:51] Completed 52500 out of 250000 steps (21%)
[00:18:35] Completed 55000 out of 250000 steps (22%)
[00:31:24] Completed 57500 out of 250000 steps (23%)
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I wouldn't get spun up about them yet:
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We want to make these work units available for testing, but at the same time we are still examining the points yield of these bigadv projects. So the points valuation remains a work in progress....
- these units are beta
- good chance points awards will be adjusted to reflect the work/complexity
    
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IMO they really need to take a look at points across the board. The GPU folders are getting hosed on PPD/Watt and the 2p guys are gonna get hosed too because if a stock speed 2p rig can fold the new 16 core units, then a highly oc'ed 6 core intel will too and if they are trying to prevent that, that is gonna leave a lot of 2p owners folding -smp with over $1000 in hardware.

Why not just forget all this core nonsense totally?

Just set the time limits and let the chips fall where they may. ( Pun? ) IF I can oc an Ivy Bridge to 6 Ghz and make the deadline, why should they care?

Just sayin.....
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