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203 Protein...Now this is a BIG protein

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beau_safken

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Jun 25, 2002
Location
San Francisco CA
The 203 protein is HUGE!!

Only 20 frames but it takes my rig 33 minutes 58 sec to crunch one:eek:

Anyone else have one of these and what are your times?
 

CharlesHF

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Jan 4, 2002
Location
Raleigh, NC--NCSU
beau_safken said:
The 203 protein is HUGE!!

Only 20 frames but it takes my rig 33 minutes 58 sec to crunch one:eek:

Anyone else have one of these and what are your times?

I had a 210, it was taking 34 on my computer.
 

Kaneda

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Joined
Dec 2, 2001
i got a 6000 and its taking FOREVOR!! on the 1600 in my sig.

def1/pdbdef1.xyz
 

NASsoccer

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Jul 11, 2001
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i live
i will make sure the current projects on the team page get updated tomorrow, can't do it tonight though :\ not at home!

FOLD ON
NAS
 

Captain Slug

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May 23, 2001
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Asteroid B-612
My box has been working on NOTHING but pAla7-2 proteins (192) for the past 4 days. 10 points each :D
I think I've finished 3 of them

"Project 192 examines the behavior of a small, 7-amino acid peptide in explicit solvent. We are using it to test our new methodology involving explicit water representation, as well as to try to learn something about the behavior of the basic units of protein structure. The reason for this work-unit being as large as it is, is the fact that here we are simulating not only the protein, but also hundreds of water molecules around it. So, even though the protein itself is small, the total number of atoms in our simulation is large. "
 

JetMech

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beau_safken said:
Whats the website that shows point value anyway?
P201-210 = 12 days = 7.6 points per wu. They take 11.2hrs on machines that are doing a frame in 33.5 min/frame. That's over 15 points per day on one machine. Gimme all you got Stanford. I was just looking at the points page and all of the 0.6point proteins are gone (for right now anyway). This project is getting real heavy on slow machines.