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post #11 of 24
Depending on the WU my PS3 will knock out a p3171 WU (287 points) in 5-7hrs I believe folding 24/7.

My main rig will knock out a p2605 SMP WU (1760 points) in about 24hrs or so @ 3.2GHz... not positive though. Anyway it's too hot for 24/7 folding on my main rig so I only fold around 12-14 hours a day.

Those two plus my misc work computers add up to enough PPD to put m as high as the #8 producer on OCN.

End of the month = Q6600 and that should make a huge difference.
    
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post #12 of 24
if I'm not doing anything most that are 250 frames long lake about 36 hours, and about 9 to 9.5 minutes per frame, in the graphical client.
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I just started folding and its says WU end in 2days.
    
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post #14 of 24
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most that are 250 frames long..
I'm alittle confused. My client says that there are 5000 frames in mine.

Is it because I activated files larger than 5MB?
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Originally Posted by greygoose View Post
I'm alittle confused. My client says that there are 5000 frames in mine.

Is it because I activated files larger than 5MB?
Each WU is different, and each client uses different WUs. Compairing WUs from the same type of client, ie. windows SMP, Linux SMP, single core, GPU, and PS3, can lead to false impressions of speed. Trying to compare WUs from different client types is not realistic at all because they are completely different.

If you want to get good comparisons from those that are running the same type of client as you, post the client type and project number, then you may get comparisons that make more sense.
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post #16 of 24
On a 2610 WU

~ 18 hours on my E6600 @ 3.2Ghz

~ 67 hours on my X2-3800 @ 2.5Ghz

Can't wait to get my G0 Quad to add to the list
post #17 of 24
UPDATE!!!!

Now that I just started a new WU I see that it takes exactly 24 hours to complete 1760 WU @ 3.2GHz.
    
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post #18 of 24
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5000 frames = a 5000 WU?

Would seconds per frame be more accurate?

My computer is doing 19s/frame.

I'm about to complete my first work unit.
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post #19 of 24
Quote:
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5000 frames = a 5000 WU?

Would seconds per frame be more accurate?

My computer is doing 19s/frame.

I'm about to complete my first work unit.
For console versions of the folding clients, people refer to each percent as a frame. So for any console client, you have 100 frames = 100%.

If you are seeing seconds per frame, you are running the a GUI client.

5000 frames = 5000 X 19seconds = 95000 seconds = 1583 minutes = 26.3 hours to complete a WU.
26.3 hours for a WU would be 15.8min per percent completed. Are you confused yet?

The bottom line is comparing minutes or seconds per frame is only valid if you are comparing the same project number and client. Otherwise you are not comparing apples to apples.
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post #20 of 24
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Yeah your totally right. I just completed my first work unit and the next one is totally different.

Now I'm working on p2420 Ribo alanine aux. There are only 250 frames at 6m:48s/frame! +/- 1day 4hours to complete.

This protein is friggin huge in comparison too. ;p

If they're using the same client I still think the average times people are posting are decent indicators to their system speed. People with e6600's for example posted around a day per work unit. More or less depending on whether they had over clocked or not.
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