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My nexus 7 has been getting 2-3k in enigma the past few days. Seems pretty good for a several year old tablet. One of the better PPD projects for it.

Almost tempting for me to switch from Rosetta@Home over to Engima@Home on hubby's S3 to get a comparison.... And more points in Enigma, lol. Man, I don't have much in that regards...... But I sure won't lie it's nice to have that fairly large boost to Rosetta@Home! Eh, I might in the near future to see - I'd be curious as to the difference between the phone and my 4770k, and this technically is a BOINC phone performance thread! ^_^;;;;
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Almost tempting for me to switch from Rosetta@Home over to Engima@Home on hubby's S3 to get a comparison.... And more points in Enigma, lol. Man, I don't have much in that regards...... But I sure won't lie it's nice to have that fairly large boost to Rosetta@Home! Eh, I might in the near future to see - I'd be curious as to the difference between the phone and my 4770k, and this technically is a BOINC phone performance thread! ^_^;;;;

My 3770k iGPU on Einstein has been getting 5.5k PPD but I'm sure that uses a lot more power and I lose a CPU thread doing that. Your 4770k has a newer iGPU so it should perform better than that in any project.
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My 3770k iGPU on Einstein has been getting 5.5k PPD but I'm sure that uses a lot more power and I lose a CPU thread doing that. Your 4770k has a newer iGPU so it should perform better than that in any project.

True, but IGP won't run tasks from Enigma@Home or Rosetta@Home tongue.gif But for Einstein@Home, the HD 4600 built into my 4770k does approximately 8k PPD or so, and I technically don't "lose" any threads to it because I keep two set aside for GPU usage as some of them can be real hogs (GPUGrid and PrimeGrid come to mind, same with Folding@Home). OpenHardware Monitor claims my graphics is pulling between 12-17.5 watts of power when in use.

With one of the things I'm contemplating, I do have to try and keep a major thing in mind.... With how much those higher end single board computers cost I could probably get an i7-6700k or 6800k and motherboard for the cost of just three of them..... Or I could get one of those overkill Natex bundles for the same amount of cash. But for right now, I won't lie - I'm rather impressed that three phones are putting out as much as they are, and I suspect I'll wind up firing up several different projects over the next few months to get a decent comparison against my 4770k - Einstein@Home is one I'm especially curious about, now that BOINC can actually use a lot more of the phones' RAM.
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True, but IGP won't run tasks from Enigma@Home or Rosetta@Home tongue.gif But for Einstein@Home, the HD 4600 built into my 4770k does approximately 8k PPD or so, and I technically don't "lose" any threads to it because I keep two set aside for GPU usage as some of them can be real hogs (GPUGrid and PrimeGrid come to mind, same with Folding@Home). OpenHardware Monitor claims my graphics is pulling between 12-17.5 watts of power when in use.

With one of the things I'm contemplating, I do have to try and keep a major thing in mind.... With how much those higher end single board computers cost I could probably get an i7-6700k or 6800k and motherboard for the cost of just three of them..... Or I could get one of those overkill Natex bundles for the same amount of cash. But for right now, I won't lie - I'm rather impressed that three phones are putting out as much as they are, and I suspect I'll wind up firing up several different projects over the next few months to get a decent comparison against my 4770k - Einstein@Home is one I'm especially curious about, now that BOINC can actually use a lot more of the phones' RAM.

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And on the Canadian site, they're $85 CAD and free shipping... Not a bad deal at all - too bad my credit card is maxed atm (and I was mainly looking at devices like the ODroid as they have a more powerful processor, run Linux or Android, and can utilize eMMC storage)... But I still plan on eventually owning five or so of them, plus a similar amount of ODroid C2's and XU4's (and up board 4/32's).
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Well, don't I feel silly.... ...... ........I've been pulling all this data manually and taking around 30 minutes to enter it all in and everything.... Only to remember three days in that "oh hey, doesn't BOINCstats track all of this?" .... ..... ......*facepaws*

Galaxy S3 from hubby: http://boincstats.com/en/stats/-1/host/detail/308529234/charts
Galaxy S3 that was mine: http://boincstats.com/en/stats/-1/host/detail/307866068/charts
My HTC One M8: http://boincstats.com/en/stats/-1/host/detail/307866075/charts

Still going to keep to my three month idea, but I'm thinking it'll be Rosetta@Home this month (since I'm already doing that) but swap hubby's old phone over to Enigma@Home once it's tasks have finished up (as it's a POTM, and two weeks should give me enough data to get a basic idea of output, plus one week in August to get additional data), and then the other two months will be pogs and WCG... For hubby's old S3, I'll run Collatz for the last three weeks of August and then SETI@Home on hubby's S3 for September so I can get as much data as I can on all the projects I'm contemplating...


I know it seems crazy to some, but hey, if I'm going to drop that kind of cash on those particular SBC models, I want to know they're going to actually perform first. On the flipside, I'm now flirting with the idea of a Caselabs BH2 or X2M because then I could tick "build an ITX rig" off of my bucket list AND have somewhere with active cooling to stuff a few SBC's... This is where those two cases have their strengths, but I would argue that the X2M would be more appropriate because then I could look into outright insane ideas like watercooling the ODroid C2 & XU4's, Raspberry Pi 3's, and UP 4/32's I plan on putting in there. No guarantees all of them will make it in, but I suspect at least a few (*cough*eight?*cough*) would make it in.... Hey, it also ticks off the "we need a bedroom HTPC" box too tongue.gif
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