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Yeah I've had a few of those.

On the bright side, the points given are scaled about right for that WU. :)

The WU's with 2,000,000 steps which I am currently on doesn't give enough bonus to scale correctly with the normal 500,000 step WU.
 

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I just did the math on a 6040 WU.

At a rate of 40 minutes per frame:
  • Completion Time = 2.78 Days
  • Base Points = 1394
  • Bonus Points = 3699.02
  • Total Points = 5094.02
  • PPD = 1833.85
WOW - 2.7 Days
 

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Those numbers are close to my situation. It's been averaging closer to 43-44 minutes which stretches it out to 3 full days.

I've halted it a few times while trying an OC experiment. I admit I don't know much about that so I'm not taking it too far. I'll check in the morning to see if it's helping.

Also I'm close to pulling the trigger on a Core 2 Quad.

On another note, I recently broke the 100,000 plateau.:D
 

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The slight OC has made a difference in this WU. Average time has dropped to under 40 minutes/frame. At 6:05am we have 39%.

All temps are normal. 48C.
 
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Um.. I was wondering;
1. Can (e-mail address removed) be run on Linux
2. How many ressources does it use?

I may be able to run it on my server as well :)
 

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I'm on one of thoes 2,000,000 step ones :O My Folding at Home Monitor is estimating 1d21h44m to finish with a deadline of 4d19h11m

Fold BABY Fold!
 

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Um.. I was wondering;
1. Can [email protected] be run on Linux
2. How many ressources does it use?

I may be able to run it on my server as well :)
Yes there is a client for Linux. But I've never tried to set it up. Cliff may know more. Don't worry about resources. :)
 
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Ok ;) Thanks!

Oooo! You should have one of those "whose the smartest baby" competition :p With folding one of the parts!
 
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