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NASsoccer

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Hey i am just trying to gather some info for the team site.

Please post your:

  • [*]Protein / WU
    [*]Frame Times / Log
    [*]Proc Type
    [*]Proc Speed
    [*]OS

i would be very thankful to you all! thanks in advance, this is going to be a big help!!!!

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FoldingAddict

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Location
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What CPUs info do you require? I have a P200, P3 1.26, P2 400 and a P4 1.3 that I can give you times for.

~FA

::EDIT:: Orange is much better.;)
 
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NASsoccer

NASsoccer

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FoldingAddict said:
What CPUs info do you require? I have a P200, P3 1.26, P2 400 and a P4 1.3 that I can give you times for.

~FA


Those would be awesome FA. i could use as many different procs and speeds as i could get:)

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muddocktor

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I'm getting ready to do that with my rigs too, NAS. I can give you data on Cel-T, P3S, and XP rigs, with some older Tbird proteins that I folded before upgrading that box to an XP.
 

FoldingAddict

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Location
Montgomery, AL
WU: p606_bba5F8W_nat_278
FT: 2 minutes 39 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 4 Willamette based
Speed: 1300MHz, Or more precisely, 1298Mhz
OS: Windows XP Professional (no SP)

WU: p605_bba5F8W_nat_298
FT: 2 minutes 45 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 4 Willamette based
Speed: 1300Mhz
OS: Windows XP Professional (no SP)

WU: P200_villin
FT: 9 minutes 59 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 4 Willamette based
Speed: 1300Mhz
OS: Windows XP Professional (no SP)

WU: p166_villin
FT: 9 minutes 57 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 4 Willamette based
Speed: 1300Mhz
OS: Windows XP Professional (SP1)

WU: p180_enghomeoGB
FT: 23 minutes 49 seconds
CPU: Pentium 4 Willamette based
Speed: 1300Mhz
OS: Windows XP Professional (SP1)

WU: PolyQ50
FT: 5 minutes 8 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 4 Willamette based
Speed: 1300Mhz
OS: Windows XP Professional (SP1)

WU: DE NOVO PROTEIN in water
FT: 10 minutes 39 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 4 Willamette based
Speed: 1300Mhz
OS: Windows XP Professional (no SP)

WU: PTrpCage
FT: 16 minutes 38 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 4 Willamette based
Speed: 1300Mhz
OS: Windows XP Professional (SP1)

WU: pAla7-2
FT: 5 minutes 57 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 4 Willamette based
Speed: 1300Mhz
OS: Windows XP Professional (SP3)

WU: p204
FT: 18 minutes 39 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 4Willamette based
Speed: 1300Mhz
OS: Windows XP Professional (SP3)

I Don’t have EMIII logs for the 1.26 machine, since it’s not connected to my network, but here is what I know.

WU: DE NOVO PROTEIN in water
FT: 8 minutes 12 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 3 Tualatin based
Speed: 1260Mhz
OS: Windows 2000 Professional (SP2)

Now for the slow machines.;)

WU: p145_1L2Yunf
FT: 51 minutes 13 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 2
Speed: 400Mhz
OS: Windows 2000 Professional (SP2)

WU: p180_enghomeoGB
FT: 45 minutes 34 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 2
Speed: 400Mhz
OS: Windows 2000 Professional (SP3)

WU: p605_bba5F8W_nat_298
FT: 8 minutes 4 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 2
Speed: 400Mhz
OS: Windows 98 SE

WU: p182_enghomeoGB
FT: 46 minutes 21 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 2
Speed: 400Mhz
OS: Windows 2000 Professional (no SP)

WU: p183_1I6Cunf
FT: 5 minutes 43 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 2
Speed: 400Mhz
OS: Windows 2000 Professional (SP3)

WU: p137_1L2Yunf
FT: 5 minutes 15 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 2
Speed: 400Mhz
OS: Windows 2000 Professional (SP3)

WU: p166_villin
FT: 19 minutes 17 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 2
Speed: 400Mhz
OS: Windows 2000 Professional (SP2)

WU: p165_villin
FT: 18 minutes 51 seconds per frame
CPU: Pentium 2
Speed: 400Mhz
OS: Windows 2000 Professional (SP3)

WU: def1/pdbdef1 ([email protected] work unit)
FT: 19 minutes 51 seconds per frame (30 frames per work unit)
CPU: Pentium 2
Speed: 400Mhz
OS: Windows 2000 Professional (SP3)

Now for the really slow machine.

WU: p182_enghomeoGB
FT: 2 hours 12 minutes 34 seconds per frame
CPU: Regular Pentium
Speed: 200Mhz
OS: Windows 2000 Professional (SP3)

WU: p166_villin
FT: 1 hour 8 minutes 1 second per frame
CPU: Regular Pentium
Speed: 200Mhz
OS: Windows 98 SE
WU: def1/pdbdef1 ([email protected] work unit)
FT: 1 hour 48 minutes 9 seconds per frame
CPU: Regular Pentium
Speed: 200Mhz
OS: Windows 98 SE

FT stands for “frame time”
CPU stands for, erm well, you know what that stands for.;)

I hope all that helps your project NAS.:)

~FA
 

muddocktor

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Here are the times from my P3 1.26 S rig, NAS. All these times are with Win2K Pro as the OS.

p139_1L2Yunf
Time/Frame 0:01:23
Total Time 2:18:20
P3 1.26S @ 1415

p134_1UBQunf
Time/Frame 0:04:39
Total Time 7:45:00
P3 1.26S @ 1415

GAAA_tetraloop
Time/Frame 0:05:02
Total Time 8:23:20
P3 1.26S @ 1415

p131_2SPZunf
Time/Frame 0:02:57
Total Time 4:55:00
P3 1.26S @ 1415

p604_bba5F8W_ext_278
Time/Frame 0:02:00
Total Time 3:20:00
P3 1.26S @ 1415

p145_1L2Yunf
Time/Frame 0:01:23
Total Time 2:18:20
P3 1.26S @ 1415

p603_bba5F8W_ext_298
Time/Frame 0:02:08
Total Time 3:33:20
P3 1.26S @ 1415

PolyQ50
Time/Frame 0:04:25
Total Time 7:21:40
P3 1.26S @ 1415

GNRA hairpin
Time/Frame 0:04:58
Total Time 8:16:40
P3 1.26S @ 1415

p143_1L2Yunf
Time/Frame 0:01:23
Total Time 2:18:20
P3 1.26S @ 1415

p133_1APSunf
Time/Frame 0:08:19
Total Time 13:51:40
P3 1.26S @ 1415

p147_1L2Yunf
Time/Frame 0:01:23
Total Time 2:18:20
P3 1.26S @ 1415

p136_1SHFunf
Time/Frame 0:03:09
Total Time 5:15:00
P3 1.26S @ 1415

bba5_build_ext
Time/Frame 0:02:00
Total Time 3:20:00
P3 1.26S @ 1415

P200_villin
Time/Frame 0:05:00
Total Time 8:20:00
P3 1.26S @ 1415

DE NOVO PROTEIN in water
Time/Frame 0:07:07
Total Time 11:51:40
P3 1.26S @ 1415

p605_bba5F8W_nat_298
Time/Frame 0:01:50
Total Time 3:03:20
P3 1.26S @ 1415

p606_bba5F8W_nat_278
Time/Frame 0:01:49
Total Time 3:01:40
P3 1.26S @ 1415

p180_enghomeoGB
Time/Frame 0:11:52
Total Time 19:46:40
P3 1.26S @ 1415

NativeBBA5_278K_P608
Time/Frame 0:04:58
Total Time 8:16:40
P3 1.26S @ 1463

p144_1L2Yunf
Time/Frame 0:01:21
Total Time 2:15:00
P3 1.26S @ 1463

p146_1L2Yunf
Time/Frame 0:13:35
Total Time 22:38:20
P3 1.26S @ 1463

p168_villin
Time/Frame 0:04:58
Total Time 8:16:40
P3 1.26S @ 1463

p171_villin
Time/Frame 0:04:58
Total Time 8:16:40
P3 1.26S @ 1463

p160_villin
Time/Frame 0:05:01
Total Time 8:21:40
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p165_villin
Time/Frame 0:05:08
Total Time 8:33:20
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p161_villin
Time/Frame 0:05:08
Total Time 8:33:20
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p167_villin
Time/Frame 0:05:02
Total Time 8:23:20
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p166_villin
Time/Frame 0:05:02
Total Time 8:23:20
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p137_1L2Yunf
Time/Frame 0:01:23
Total Time 2:18:20
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p182_enghomeoGB
Time/Frame 0:12:02
Total Time 20:03:20
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p183_1I6Cunf
Time/Frame 0:03:04
Total Time 5:06:40
P3 1.26S @ 1426

PTrpCage
Time/Frame 0:10:01
Total Time 16:41:40
P3 1.26S @ 1426

pAla7-2
Time/Frame 0:04:25
Total Time 7:21:40
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p169_villin
Time/Frame 0:05:02
Total Time 8:23:20
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p610_tetP30_build_ext
Time/Frame 0:06:21
Total Time 21:10:00
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p202
Time/Frame 0:10:28
Total Time 17:26:40
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p201
Time/Frame 0:10:46
Total Time 17:56:40
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p185
Time/Frame 0:11:57
Total Time 19:55:00
P3 1.26S @ 1426

p203
Time/Frame 0:10:03
Total Time 16:45:00
P3 1.26S @ 1426
 

nightowl

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How can I gett that info if I dont use EMIII? I only have the text client installed on my rigs and can only find the log for the current WU.
 

FoldingAddict

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Location
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Garfield: if you hit the microscope button in EMIII, then click the arrow pointing left 1 time, you will find HTML stats thing. Check all the boxes, then click Make HTML, then View HTML. I'm not certain whether it logs from the moment you started using EMIII on, or whether it starts logging after you check all the boxes, but I think it logs from the beginning.

nightowl: I know of no way to do it besides using EMIII or KDFold. The log only goes so far, sorry.:(

~FA
 

muddocktor

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One other thing, Garfield. Make sure you have "Save protein stats information" checked under the "general settings" page under "options". I don't think it saves the protein info if you don't have that checked.
 

Seal

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Location
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We need someone to put all these in some kind of table. Heres my contribution:

Im on and Athlon 2200XP running at 1950MHz. 185MHz fsb.

Windows XP.


Protein: p206
Time/Frame: 00:06:20
Total Time: 10:33:20

Protein: p204
Time/Frame: 00:05:42
Total Time: 09:30:00

Protein: p610_tetP30_build_ext
Time/Frame: 00:04:30
Total Time: 15:00:00

Protein: p201
Time/Frame: 00:14:16
Total Time: 23:46:40

Protein: p203
Time/Frame: 00:04:34
Total Time: 07:36:40

Protein: p184
Time/Frame: 00:06:39
Total Time: 11:05:00

Protein: p203
Time/Frame: 00:05:35
Total Time: 09:18:20

Protein: p610_tetP30_build_ext
Time/Frame: 00:04:08
Total Time: 13:46:40


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FoldingAddict

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FA

muddocktor said:
One other thing, Garfield. Make sure you have "Save protein stats information" checked under the "general settings" page under "options". I don't think it saves the protein info if you don't have that checked.

Oops, I forgot that little detail. I think it's set to log by default, but I'm not sure.

~FA
 

gtsimmo

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Location
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Protein: p610_tetp30_build_ext
Frame time: 03:41 to 4:47/ 06:54
CPU: XP1800/Duron 1.2
Speed: 1760 mhz/1200mhz
OS: XP home/win98 SE

P202
Frame time: 06:11
CPU: XP1800
Speed: 1760 mhz
OS: XP home

p206
Frame Time: 09:28
CPU: Duron 1.2
Speed: 1200 mhz
OS: Win98 SE

p210
Frame time: 06:11
CPU: XP1800
Speed: 1760 mhz
OS: XP home

p160_villian
Frame Time: 03:54
CPU: XP1800
Speed: 1760 mhz
OS: XP home

p185
Frame time: 07:37
CPU: XP1800
Speed: 1760 mhz
OS: XP home

p167_villin
Frame time: 03:19
CPU: XP1800
Speed: 1760 mhz
OS: XP home

Pala7-2
Frame time: 03:19 to 03:44/06:46
CPU: XP1800/Duron 1.2
Speed: 1760 mhz/1200 mhz
OS: XP home/Win98 SE

p182_enghomeoGB
Frame time: 07:26/16:42
CPU: XP1800/Duron 1.2
Speed: 1760 mhz/1200 mhz
OS: XP home/Win98SE

p137_1L2Yunf
Frame time: 00:52
CPU: XP1800
Speed: 1760 mhz
OS: XP home

p146_1L2Yunf
Frame time: 08:37/12:50
Speed: XP1800/Duron 1.2
CPU: XP1800/Duron 1.2
Speed: 1760 mhz/1200 mhz
OS: XP home/win98

Or NAS I can send you my excel file from EM3 to you. It may be more easier to look at ;)
 
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NASsoccer

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gtsimmo said:


Or NAS I can send you my excel file from EM3 to you. It may be more easier to look at ;)

hehe:D i think the post is good ;) thanks to you and those for the frame times so far, they should really help! keep them coming though, needs as many as i can get for a broad range of proc speeds and WU's!

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Kakao

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My XP machine runs 3 or 4 instances at the same time. And the Linux one runs 2 at the same time. That's because I'm in dial-up :(

Would it be usefull ? If you think you can use the infomation I can post it.