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especially for the clean energy project.
    
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Lowest Performing Projects:
RNA World Beta --Start Rank: / Goal:
Climate Prediction --Start Rank: / Goal:
Cpu App:
World Community Grid --Start Rank: / Goal:
Nvidia GPU App:
Seti@Home --Start Rank: / Goal:
AMD GPU App:
MooWrapper --Stark Rank: / Goal:
Going to use these Projects for April and May, since middle of May we have the pentathlon running for over a week.
Did you know that the ranks and goals are blank? tongue.gif
 
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yeah, since the pentathlon was going on i didnt think we'd focus well on goals until it was over with.
    
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still have 1 week left! we can reach our goals!
    
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MooWrapper --Stark Rank: 7 / Goal: we need one helluva push to get to 6th...
If only Donate@home didn't give such good points. I really don't understand that project's points. I do understand their concept, but it still has not been determined what happens if they have a surplus of Bitcoins and start making more money than they need? IMO, their points should be lower, that way people will run the project if they want, rather than feeling they need to for top point production.

That said, my Moo production has stopped until I get my third 5870 installed. I'm again having random drips from these stupid bulkhead fittings on the XSPC Razor blocks (I very much hate that design) and also need to order an additional PCIx power cord as well as some fittings.
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If only Donate@home didn't give such good points. I really don't understand that project's points. I do understand their concept, but it still has not been determined what happens if they have a surplus of Bitcoins and start making more money than they need? IMO, their points should be lower, that way people will run the project if they want, rather than feeling they need to for top point production.

On that topic, how exactly are points determined? I've never seen it asked nor answered anywhere. Is it decided by the projects on an individual basis? Are the point values determined by a central figure/organization?

Example: WCG wants more users, and they agree the best way to do it is to give more points. So each valid WU is now 5k points. Would that now show up in BOINCstats, or does someone else limit the points values given to project's WUs?

Does that make sense?
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Some people prefer projects that give more points so they can compete on a global scale of point measurement and those projects give insane points just to draw the people with insane hardware to join up. Some projects just give a number of points based size of workunit completed. Of course some people will prefer projects that they believe in the most and points are not important. So you'll have to decide, points v.s. project. Or do a little of both if you want to compete for rank.
    
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Some people prefer projects that give more points so they can compete on a global scale of point measurement and those projects give insane points just to draw the people with insane hardware to join up. Some projects just give a number of points based size of workunit completed. Of course some people will prefer projects that they believe in the most and points are not important. So you'll have to decide, points v.s. project. Or do a little of both if you want to compete for rank.

Yeah, I know that already. I was just curious if there was like a centralized board or group that decided how many points each WU was worth for the projects, or if the projects decided that for themselves. I'm not in it to make points, to me points are worthless. But I was just curious as to the process of how point values for WUs are determined, and if any project can give away any amount of points they want.

::edit:: this was my 2000th post. Kinda cool coolsmiley.png
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the projects decide the points themselves.
    
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One time, DistrRTgen was giving out 20,000 credits per work unit which took about 15 minutes on a GTS450. Mind you, it was a bug in their setup, but it really does show you how easily projects can inflate their credits to insane amounts
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