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Lonely Raven

If you traded with me please leave me Heatware Sen
Joined
Feb 2, 2002
Location
Wheaton, IL
I had one that had 63. I think the SETI Client stopped it early.
Me thinks that's a terrestrial reflection or satallite or something.
 

chawken

Senior Member
Joined
Jul 31, 2001
Location
Los Angeles County
I have had a couple of dozen or so + 100's. They usually stop in the first 10% and transmit. Love them < 15 min times. About a month ago, I had one machine do 7 of them in a row - thought it might be because of OCing to much - but that machine wasn't OC'd.
 

jokrswild

Member
Joined
Jan 14, 2002
Location
Ohio
credit

If i recall right, you do get credit. so those 15 min times chawken was getting were averaged in. I want some too!!!!
 

chawken

Senior Member
Joined
Jul 31, 2001
Location
Los Angeles County
Oh yeah, I got credit for them - that's how I discovered that one of my machines was turning in so many. I was on a tbird [email protected], I had looked at my stats on berkeley, then about 2 hours later, my credits had taken an unexpected leap.
 

Sir-Epix

Member
Joined
Jul 4, 2001
Location
Lansing, MI
I remember that day carl and I don't believe your 1.33 was at stock. The highest amount of spikes I had in one work unit was very close to 1000. Nate I will e-mail some of those work units that take 8 seconds to do. Berkeley e-mails them to me, because I am a rocket scientist that showed them how to plug their server in :)
 

Cuper

Member
Joined
Dec 18, 2001
Location
NY
1000!!! WOW, the most I have had was around 75. I think the unit took about 45 min before being stopped. Hey, Bring em on!!