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  • 84% (16)
    Yes, that would be nice
  • 15% (3)
    No, not worth it
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post #11 of 21
Sounds good. I like the idea. You'll need to keep it fairly simple or you'll be overun with statistics. Those 3 WU's would be a good starting point. I think it'd be nice to have some sort of way of verifying the actual time too. I'm in
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post #12 of 21
For the variables I would suggest be

1.The WU
2.The time per %
3.The CPU
4.The OC'ed speed
5.The motherboard
6.The ram type.

I'm not sure you'd need to get into FSB multipliers. FSB speeds. Ram timings. Ratios, etc etc. Seems like those 6 would be the most important info.

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post #13 of 21
well the ram timing and fsb can mean alot i noticed when i ran 400x9 my times were alot slower then 450x8.
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post #14 of 21
I honestly think it would be too hard to keep an accurate list, as each system has different variables in it that can cause folding times to change by quite a bit. A system might have a low clock speed, but really tight timings on the ram, which can make a big difference in the time it takes a WU to finish.

Dont get me wrong, if it could be done it would be interesting to see, but the amount of variables would make it difficult to order.

Jade put up a good list of variables there, but I would also add memory speed, memory timings (maybe), and operating system (As linux is generally >Windows)
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post #15 of 21
I think it's a good idea too.
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post #16 of 21
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Originally Posted by 0rion View Post
I honestly think it would be too hard to keep an accurate list, as each system has different variables in it that can cause folding times to change by quite a bit. A system might have a low clock speed, but really tight timings on the ram, which can make a big difference in the time it takes a WU to finish.

Dont get me wrong, if it could be done it would be interesting to see, but the amount of variables would make it difficult to order.

Jade put up a good list of variables there, but I would also add memory speed, memory timings (maybe), and operating system (As linux is generally >Windows)
Oh yeah! The OS and SMP used. Linux. WinSMP. Definitely! Good point
    
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post #17 of 21
This has been attempted several times before without success due to the shear number of variables in play. You would need to track 8-10 pieces of info per computer for each different WU, and trying to work up a format to present that quantity of data would be a major feat in itself.
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This has been attempted several times before without success due to the shear number of variables in play. You would need to track 8-10 pieces of info per computer for each different WU, and trying to work up a format to present that quantity of data would be a major feat in itself.
OK, im up for the challenge now My last final is tomorrow so after that i have 1.5 weeks before i start work. Ill try and get another thread up tomorrow with a spreadsheet so im actually prepared when the numbers start rolling in.

Final spec that will be taken (please post if you agree):

Work Unit, Time per %, CPU, CPU Clock, Ram Speed, Ram Timings,MB, OS and Setup (IE. VMware, straight Linux)

They will be recording times on 2653, 2605 and 3065
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post #19 of 21
Looks good. I think it will give us all something to shoot for. One last variable I might suggest.............Username

Good luck! Here's an example from Linskingdom's thread. http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...on-thread.html
    
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post #20 of 21
I agree there are too many variables involved in each PC to make keeping track of all that data worthwhile. I have two IDENTICAL quad systems (same mobo, cpu, cpu speed, ram, timings, etc..) and I mean everything is configured exactly the same. The ONLY difference is that one is my main PC (has a bunch of software loaded) and the other has absolutely nothing installed except for FAH and a clean install of XP. The machine with the clean install nets 400 PPD more than my main rig on WU 2653.

I like the idea of tracking the points, but I think the only variables that would be worthwhile keeping track of are the OS, CPU, and CPU Mhz... just to provide rough comparisons.

With that in mind, I'm voting yes if someone has the time to do it!!
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