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I finished 3 units some time while I was sleeping and the dang f@h clients won't start new ones mad.gif
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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=4
Edited by I.M.O.G. - 5/17/12 at 9:35am
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That's what I'm talking about! If I could afford water cooling I'd get some PPD like that!
For now, the 120k on a 6904 will have to do.
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.

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Well I've just been informed that using v7 counts as only 1 client.  So if you have 3 slots in your v7 client, it only counts as 1.

That's what I think too. So would it count as more growth if we used 2 different clients on 1 system?
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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=4

No bueno...

I didn't fold last year so I spose I'm doing all I can for growth and conversion.
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I finished 3 units some time while I was sleeping and the dang f@h clients won't start new ones mad.gif

Are these GPU or CPU clients?

There is a known issue with the latest Nvidia drivers. After finishing one work unit your GPUs will go in to sleep mode and not pick up another work unit. For some people, you can disable monitor hibernation by going to the following and changing it to "Never".

In Windows 7 you go to: Control Panel -> Hardware and Sound -> Power Options -> Edit Plan Settings (on your current power savings plan) and change Turn off the display : to NEVER.

This has fixed the issue for some, but not for all. If this doesn't work, you may have to roll back your drivers, or try the latest beta drivers.
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I guess it helps to explain growth now too.

Growth is more complicated, as it takes into consideration last year's performance in the race. This is best demonstrated with an example for a single update.

If this is the 4th score update of the competition, the growth score is calculated based off of all teams score from the 4th update LAST year. The team who beats their 4th update from last year by the biggest margin is assigned 110 points, the team who does the worst compared to last year's 4th update is assigned 10 points. The rest of the teams are assigned points within that range, according to how close they are to the best team.

To further clarify, only points compared to last year matter in growth. The number of clients, people, or slots make no difference - unless it helps improve your actual point total on each update compared to last year.
Edited by I.M.O.G. - 5/17/12 at 9:45am
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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=4
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Being realistic, OCN and EVGA are so race oriented, that it would be unlikely that any fair system would keep them out of at least a strong ranking in the Chimp Challenge.

Makes me proud to be part of OCN's team, lol
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I guess it helps to explain growth now too.
Growth is more complicated, as it takes into consideration last year's performance in the race. This is best demonstrated with an example for a single update.
If this is the 4th score update of the competition, the growth score is calculated based off of all teams score from the 4th update LAST year. The team who beats their 4th update from last year by the biggest margin is assigned 110 points, the team who does the worst compared to last year's 4th update is assigned 10 points. The rest of the teams are assigned points within that range, according to how close they are to the best team.
To further clarify, only points compared to last year matter in growth. The number of clients, people, or slots make no difference - unless it helps improve your actual point total on each update compared to last year.

By that explanation, only the last update would matter when determining the winner correct? Or are the growth winners calculated for every update, then averaged at the end of the competition?

Seems silly to even update that stat if only the last update makes a determination on points awarded.
 
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Thanks to everyone for the help in getting this setup properly..
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That's what I'm talking about! If I could afford water cooling I'd get some PPD like that!


For now, the 120k on a 6904 will have to do.


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.

Well I've just been informed that using v7 counts as only 1 client.  So if you have 3 slots in your v7 client, it only counts as 1.

Well isn't that "lucky" I had to ditch V7 client because it was bugging out and crashing. Hopefully the v6 clients will work now...

SMP was crashing, EUE's frown.gif time to set back to stock clocks and try again...
Edited by Faster_is_better - 5/17/12 at 10:13am
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Ya, you guys are doing really well, something to be proud of for sure... EVGA has regrettably been under-performing in the race, because they haven't been able to move their army. You guys have done what they have not been able to do - it is hard to move a big army, but it looks like their hearts may not be in the race this year.

The big surprise to me, is that with the points system the way it is none of the smaller teams are doing better... They would only need one "Big Gun" to step into the race who didn't last year, and they could clobber their growth numbers as well as conversion... They would still take a beating in the points category, but for a small team, taking top spots for growth and conversion isn't as hard as it is for a big team and could put them right in the runnings for the top 3.
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Bah. We need more people to convert to the OCNChimpin name...
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