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  #2454166 4-Apr-2020 08:50
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Apsattv:

 

jase2985  i'm coming after u

 

Borgus has a high WU count for such a low point count

 

Not bad for only 50 or so users~!

 

 

 

 

Im guessing your running 24/7 now?

 

Im having huge trouble getting work units and sending them back. its requiring a lot of pausing and starting, along with restarting the application. not great for increasing your score

 

 

 

Ge0rge:
It would appear that I was wrong about this. I've gone from averaging around 8 hours per WU to around 21 hours. My average credit has moved very little, and I haven't changed the settings for the container at all - it looks like I'm still doing the same amount of work as the 4.08 version, but the 4.12 units are bigger perhaps?

Anyone else seen a change in processing time?

 

Ive noticed zero difference, WU are still taking about 8h to complete on 2 of my machines.

 

https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/server_status.php

 

if you look nearer to the bottom of there it shows the averages for different tasks




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  #2454572 4-Apr-2020 18:34
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No not running 24x7 , i'm also having the same issue,ok from about 5pm NZ to 6 a.m but outside of those hours very hard to get a wu at the moment. Even with the option set to fetch a new one once the current one reaches 90% complete

 

I have enabled a remote machine in Australia, it only has a GTX 670 but can do a GPU wu around every 8 hours. Which helps a little with my WU count

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2454619 4-Apr-2020 19:48
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i have one work unit thats about to loose all its points as it just wont upload no matter what i do. ive processed a few other units since its been stuck trying to upload and they all uploaded fine it just wont upload.

 

All frustrating.


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  #2456391 7-Apr-2020 11:48
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I have it running now on my iMac Pro.

 

 

 

It sure heats up the system. The fans on a Pro run very infrequently because the inner layout of the machine was redesigned and is different from a standard iMac. Normally I never hear the fans at all.

 

In 30 minutes of running BOINC on Rosetta, it is running all 10 cores at 90-95 Centigrade and the fans are doing 1700rpm!








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  #2456707 7-Apr-2020 19:57
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Folding update

 

 

 

 

Team Ranking

 

 

2652 of 248620

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  #2456995 8-Apr-2020 11:48
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Does running Rosetta use much power?






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  #2457297 8-Apr-2020 12:53
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Geektastic:

 

Does running Rosetta use much power?

 

 

define much power

 

what processor do you have, what computer do you have?

 

My Desktop running rosetta (CPU) and folding at home (GPU) uses about 250w of power and its running 24/7

 

.25kw x 24h = 6kwh and x say $.22 per kwh is about $1.32 per day.

 

i would say anywhere from $1-2 per day. not much really, and the bonus is its heating your house going into winter


 
 
 
 


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  #2457299 8-Apr-2020 12:58
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Geektastic:

Does running Rosetta use much power?



In the GUI you can choose how much resource to allocate and when it’s to run.

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  #2457640 8-Apr-2020 18:10
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Just saw this article about the Folding@Home project. The project now provides 1.5 Exaflops of computing power. 

 

For comparison: The largest super computer in the world has about 150 Petaflops, or 0.15 Exaflops. 


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  #2457692 8-Apr-2020 19:21
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My son wants to know what that is in FPS.



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  #2457697 8-Apr-2020 19:34
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elpenguino: My son wants to know what that is in FPS.

 

About 30 FPS in Crysis

 

 

 

 




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  #2457698 8-Apr-2020 19:35
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Woohoo, i've taken the lead in the FAH team geekzone.

 

I've noticed that workunits are flying out now, not so hard to get

 

 

 

 


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  #2457757 8-Apr-2020 20:09
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Apsattv:

 

Folding update

 

Team Ranking

 

2652 of 248620

 

 

2443 of 248989

 

 





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  #2457864 8-Apr-2020 23:43
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Jase2985:

 

Geektastic:

 

Does running Rosetta use much power?

 

 

define much power

 

what processor do you have, what computer do you have?

 

My Desktop running rosetta (CPU) and folding at home (GPU) uses about 250w of power and its running 24/7

 

.25kw x 24h = 6kwh and x say $.22 per kwh is about $1.32 per day.

 

i would say anywhere from $1-2 per day. not much really, and the bonus is its heating your house going into winter

 

 

 

 

iMac Pro, Intel Xeon W 3GHz 10 core, 64GB RAM and 4TB of SSD.






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  #2457895 9-Apr-2020 08:10
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Geektastic:

 

iMac Pro, Intel Xeon W 3GHz 10 core, 64GB RAM and 4TB of SSD.

 

 

somewhere in that $1-2 range per day i would say


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