Originally Posted by Schoat333
Im using both GPU's, and smp, so I dont think theres any way to know for sure. I've completed 39 WU's between the three so I have no idea how many are a3's.
I was going good, for 24 hours straight, using HFM to keep track, but our power went out while I was at work so I lost track.
At first I thought my OC was unstable all of the sudden and my pc crashed, but the blinking clocks in the house told me otherwise.
Our power has not gone out in over 2 years of living there, but the one time I leave my computer on while im at work, it goes out.
That, my friend, is Murphy's law. Learn it, love it, curse it because folders seem to suffer it.
We could try to figure out mathematically when your 10 units would be up -- what's your time per frame (or better, approximately how long does it take you to finish an SMP2)?
Originally Posted by [CyGnus]
A3's only the SMP client does them so the GPU are ruled out from there. Use a program like HFM.net to know the wu your are doing. And it says the bonus pts you are getting too a must have software for anyone who folds
Right, the problem is that he wants to distinguish between the 39 WUs he's completed to determine how many he's completed towards his A3 work units so he knows when Bonus Points start.
Granted, I could just say you'll know when bonus points start because instead of getting between 480-1200 points in a 3 hour time period @ EOC, you'll suddenly get between 3480-4200 points roughly, but I prefer to try to help track it down so we can at least say 'you started ~3 days ago, you finish 3 a day, your 1st WU completed today should count w/ bonus points' (This is just an example)
And yes, WU#10 counts for bonus points as long as the other conditions are met. Furious Porkchop's history indicated this recently.Edited by MistaBernie - 3/31/10 at 7:06am