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1) Message boards : Number crunching : The Dog Days of Summer Challenge (Message 17573)
Posted 4087 days ago by Profile CarnalProject donor
Quad Core 6600 64 Bit MS Home 3MB Ram running with 2245 million ops/sec after 24 Houers 40%.
Intel tz

AMD Phenom 9650 Quad Core 64 Bit MS Home 4MB Ram running with 1885 million ops/sec after 24 Houers 50%.

Intel clearly the loser,
Why?Ram?

Uli

Answer is an badly optimized app, nothing to do with Intel or AMD.
Every additional core in the calculation makes worse the processing time.
Up to 50% performance drop with my V8 or 30% with the Q6600@3400 in comparison to a T9300@2500.
Intel C2D T9300@2500 Vista Home Premium 64 bit 26:50h 65.6%
2) Message boards : Number crunching : PrimeGrid's Birthday/Summer Solstice Challenge (Message 16230)
Posted 4153 days ago by Profile CarnalProject donor
Be sure never, because this is a Team challenge in our view to help the project PG.
Crunching with fun and together as team and nothing else.
3) Message boards : Number crunching : PrimeGrid's Birthday/Summer Solstice Challenge (Message 16228)
Posted 4153 days ago by Profile CarnalProject donor
2009 Challenge Series
Official Standings - Participants

25. yamaga@news
33. John Galt 007

Don't know about what you are talking.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : PrimeGrid's Birthday/Summer Solstice Challenge (Message 16225)
Posted 4153 days ago by Profile CarnalProject donor
I don't understand why you are only talking about our SG-Booster. The Account is growing in the future more and more, older hardware replacement with newer stuff etc. Also the volunteers crunching and hosting for the Booster account are continuously growing. There are a lot of other problems currently visible during the race at the "SINGLE USER" stats then our since 1.5 years existing SG-Booster account.
5) Message boards : Number crunching : PrimeGrid's Birthday/Summer Solstice Challenge (Message 16200)
Posted 4154 days ago by Profile CarnalProject donor
How can he get 13933.97 challenge credits for one reported WU with claimed 705.65 credits and not validated ?

Please, can you explain this ?
6) Message boards : Number crunching : BOINC crediting and benchmarking (Message 10263)
Posted 4449 days ago by Profile CarnalProject donor
And also from my point I know what you are doing.
7) Message boards : Number crunching : BOINC crediting and benchmarking (Message 10261)
Posted 4449 days ago by Profile CarnalProject donor
We discussed this enough and you are aware what you are doing.

Examples from none cheating 5.10.45 client on 64bit WinXP

E5420 Xeon Standard @2500
12,055.44 68.50 81.49
12,032.78 68.37 82.58


And if you are thinking that a P4 has more power then dream further
Nothing else to say because we all know SUSA is untouchable.

@FrankHagen
16,036.73 36.66 47.36 yours and make a comparison to the earlier posted results from me. ;)
They are claiming 300% more then you with a related CPU
8) Message boards : Number crunching : BOINC crediting and benchmarking (Message 10251)
Posted 4449 days ago by Profile CarnalProject donor
I will state unequivocally that Seti.USA has *NEVER* cheated on any challenge. I will be notifying Team Leadership.

I request Primegrid Admins remove those unsubstantiated accusations from the boards until they can back them up (which they can't)

Then look at the things below and think about what your team is doing

Used is your known cheater client 5.10.30

Two examples from hundreds

CPU type GenuineIntel
Intel(R) Pentium(R) D CPU 3.00GHz [EM64T Family 15 Model 6 Stepping 2]
Number of CPUs 2
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition
, Service Pack 2, (05.02.3790.00)
Memory 1013.87 MB
Cache 488.28 KB
Measured floating point speed 1357.12 million ops/sec
Measured integer speed 3945.19 million ops/sec

16,486.23 114.09 170.98
18,615.27 128.82 115.87

CPU type GenuineIntel
Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5345 @ 2.33GHz [EM64T Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 7]
Number of CPUs 8
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition
, Service Pack 2, (05.02.3790.00)
Memory 4094.69 MB
Cache 122.07 KB
Measured floating point speed 5113.75 million ops/sec
Measured integer speed 17922.99 million ops/sec

12,817.59 170.88 170.98
12,832.00 171.07 165.76

Your cheaters are over granting newest 45nm CPUs with 200%
Nothing else to say, bye i am crunching for another projekt
9) Message boards : Number crunching : The Dog Days of Summer Challenge (Message 10239)
Posted 4449 days ago by Profile CarnalProject donor
Click it
О_о how T7200 is faster than my Q6600 (2.8 GHz)?

Nekto,

the T7200 is running linux, which has a more efficient application than windows.

But not at the crunched projekt for this race. We tested it out at different machines and Linux was always slower.
10) Message boards : Number crunching : BOINC crediting and benchmarking (Message 10237)
Posted 4449 days ago by Profile CarnalProject donor
and now we discuss to stop challenging !!
we are challenging with fair play against AF last one
we are not challenging without fair play against SUSA this time
my opinion, others will follow ...


What's the problem !! I don't understand what is fair-play or not ?? Is somebody cheating here ?? I don't like cheating so tell more or nothing please .

Look only to the top teams machines and you know what is cheating and is not. It was fine last month to have against AF a nice and clearly fair race but now a few things changed and i am out.

P4/WIN 32Bit with 5 times higher benches are earning more credits then a Xeon/Quad 45nm WIN64bit, 18000 seconds WU crunch time 170 Points granted for the P4's and newest CPUs are earning for 12000 seconds 70-80 Points.

It's always the same races with fixed credits are without them and if there are races they can use their cheaters we have them destroying our fun.

But we are all aware about how they reached the combined #1

Bye I am back at PPS


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