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How long does it usually take to complete a WU?

Also seeing as how long its taking to do this on my PC it probaly wouldn't be worth the time to have a 533MHz Celeron system folding 24/7, correct?
 

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I do the average WU in about 18-20 hours. There's a bunch of different kinds that take different amounts of work and time to complete though.
 

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I do the average WU in about 18-20 hours. There's a bunch of different kinds that take different amounts of work and time to complete though.

I get the GroMAC cores, I don't think it is because mine is slow, but because it is usually off, but the GroMACs usually take me 6-10hrs
 

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If you leave the display on (up) while it runs 2 complete FRAMES it will show you the true amount of time till the end of the work unit.
 

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Also seeing as how long its taking to do this on my PC it probaly wouldn't be worth the time to have a 533MHz Celeron system folding 24/7, correct?

Anyone?
 

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Anyone?

They distribute differnt cored for differnt speed of machines, any extra machines added to our folding farm will help.
 

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Also seeing as how long its taking to do this on my PC it probaly wouldn't be worth the time to have a 533MHz Celeron system folding 24/7, correct?

It's definately worth the time. Every little bit helps.
 
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