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Old 01-22-02, 09:14 PM Thread Starter   #1
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SETI farms should be illegal


Only because I'm so jealous of guys like TC, Rogerdugans and Godfodda who are crunching anywhere from 5 to 10 times more WUs *per day* than I can with my two machines! When I, eventually, get bumped out of the top 50, I think I'll take my WUs and go home (just kidding). Keep crunching and I'll keep (reluctantly) eating your dust.

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Old 01-22-02, 09:52 PM   #2
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at least you have a herb garden
i have a pot plant

just the one machine
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Old 01-22-02, 09:58 PM   #3
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I shouldn't be mentioned in the same breath as those other guys or any of the other big dogs. It's disrespectful to them.
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Old 01-22-02, 11:42 PM   #4
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i only have one but it seems to just keep on growing
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Old 01-23-02, 08:37 AM   #5
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I'm getting used to eating dust and I'm beggining to like it. I have now a spoon right behind me so that when noones is passing me by I just grab a spoonfull of dirt a shove it down my throat......

The people that have the resources/time/energy to have a farm should have one, as the more WU we all produce, the sooner we'll be in the top 25 teams of the world.

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Old 01-23-02, 11:34 PM   #6
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farms are good and they keep things interesting

So far it consists of

P3 1100E@1308
P3 500@500 (Katami)
Celeron 500@600
Athlon 1000@1000 (at work)

getting about 12 WU's per day

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Old 01-24-02, 06:24 AM   #7
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Re: SETI farms should be illegal


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Only because I'm so jealous of guys like TC, Rogerdugans and Godfodda who are crunching anywhere from 5 to 10 times more WUs *per day* than I can with my two machines! When I, eventually, get bumped out of the top 50, I think I'll take my WUs and go home (just kidding). Keep crunching and I'll keep (reluctantly) eating your dust.
You are just jealous...I am sitting in a room with about 100 P4's @ 1700MHz.

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Old 01-24-02, 06:29 AM   #8
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Personally, I think blow dryers should be illegal- I have one that keeps shutting down my "cellar-net"!

Guess I need to grab a new breaker and run some wire.....

(I think there should be at least two blank lines between TC and me- he is right out of my league!)

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Bah how do you feel about my 2 WU's a day from this machine!

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Bah how do you feel about my 2 WU's a day from this machine!

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Or MY one WU per day?? Wait... I got a friend with a P4 crunching for me too... Well, I just got a franchise of potted plants

Just remeber.... There's always a slower cruncher than yours....

...though, I still have to find this mystical person who's slower than me... He has to be here SOMEWHERE!!

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Don't let my wife hear you all talking like this...she may get the crazy idea that I don't "need" 10 machines around the house! At least my work machines would still be OK.

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Ya but then you say... "All machines are working, < START The crazy acting> THEY ARE ALL CRUNCHING SETI" then your wife will backup slowly and get you something to cool off

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Or MY one WU per day?? Wait... I got a friend with a P4 crunching for me too... Well, I just got a franchise of potted plants

Just remeber.... There's always a slower cruncher than yours....

...though, I still have to find this mystical person who's slower than me... He has to be here SOMEWHERE!!

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I haerd about a guy who was crunching on a 486 with floppy swapping...had about 1 WU every 2.5 days

not in this forum tho'

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Old 01-24-02, 10:44 PM   #14
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I haerd about a guy who was crunching on a 486 with floppy swapping...had about 1 WU every 2.5 days

not in this forum tho'
That's gotta be one helluva 486 I did some rough numbers in my head and concluded my 6x86 @ 133mhz would take that long, or longer.

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Old 01-24-02, 10:49 PM   #15
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P166MMX runs about 40-48 hrs depending on mobo chipset... I have benchmarked many of these with 64 & 32 Mb of RAM...

I dunno about that 486, but it sounds like something may be awry...

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maybe it was longer than that...or it could have been a P100

*scratch scratch* cant really remember...maybe I can dig up the article

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well here is one article but i dont think it mentions a certain CPU....just instructions http://plaza.powersurfr.com/dan.mckay/dlssseti.htm

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Deez...

I got it... the 486 probably used SETI client v1.0 or v2.0... they were MUCH faster... and my benchies were last spring using v3.03...

I would belive 2.5 days on the earlier client... my P3-650 chewed up WUs@about 5.5-6.5 hours on V2.1...

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Deez...

I got it... the 486 probably used SETI client v1.0 or v2.0... they were MUCH faster... and my benchies were last spring using v3.03...

I would belive 2.5 days on the earlier client... my P3-650 chewed up WUs@about 5.5-6.5 hours on V2.1...
I assume the new(ish) client is slower because it's more effective instead of just being slower, yes/no??

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I assume the new(ish) client is slower because it's more effective instead of just being slower, yes/no??
In a nutshell yes - it adds a few more tests I believe.

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