Originally Posted by rctrucker
So, just to be clear, it isn't the amount of people we have signed up, but the number of clients folding for OCNChimpin that matters? We seem to be killing the PPD, but lacking in the other two.
I can help - the amount of people you have signed up or the number of clients folding for OCNChimpin makes no difference. Conversion is scored pretty simply though - it is the percentage of total team points produced by OCNChimpin.
For example, yesterday OCNChimpin amassed 9.554M points out of Overclock.net's 15.609M total points for the day. That is about 61% of total team points contributed under your racing name yesterday. In comparison, OCF's percentage is a little bit higher than that, so our score is a little bit better there - the teams leading in this category have well over 80% of their total team output folding under their racing name, so this is why our scores are lower than the small teams in conversion.
In practice, the scoring is done on each hourly update, comparing racing name total to team total. The highest percentage from all teams is assigned a value of 110, the lowest percentage from all teams is assigned a value of 10... The rest of the teams are assigned values within that range, according to how close they are to the best team.
The full details of the points mechanism was explained pretty well here:
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showpost.php?p=7191978&postcount=4Edited by I.M.O.G. - 5/17/12 at 9:35am