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    Whats your UD performance score?

    I get 182 with my specs (see sig) just wondering what the rest of you get that do UD as I have been watching the tables and people like Moby and Antsss are getting massive scores.

    oh and here is the tables

    http://www.statsman.info/udstats/html/1997.html

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    I think Moby and me have it installed on lots of computers - hence the high amount of total points generated.

    My work pc gets about 134 as it's performance score - it's a p4 2.66ghz, 512mb ram, intel nic, and 2gb hd allocated. I think you get a higher score if you allocate more HD space even though UD doesn't use it.

    edit - just checked - it's score is 116 which. (it get's a score of 50 for the nic)
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    I used to have it installed on four machines for a short while, though now its just two.

    My main machine at home gets a score of 176. (2400+ @ 2.3Ghz, 1 GB RAM, 1 GB allocated to UD, onboard Nvidia NIC) Not sure what the other computer gets.

    Like joshwa said, UD likes to add extra points for extra HDD space allocated and whether you have an Intel NIC or not. Not quite sure how they enhance the 'performance' tho!?

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    I'm a quantity rather than quality points person

    my crunchers are among the following :

    Duron 800 Laptop
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    ah so its those xeon's that give you that fantastic score, ah well I am not doing to bad, only been doing it for 18 days and nearly got 15000 points!

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    they do help
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moby-Dick
    I'm a quantity rather than quality points person

    my crunchers are among the following :

    Duron 800 Laptop
    Dual PIII 977
    Semperon 2800
    Athlon 2000
    quad xeon 450's
    Hey Moby, How do you have UD running on your dual and quad setups? Have you been able to get UD running full wack for each processor or is the load balanced evenly between them? I had UD running on a dual PIII until recently, but UD shared the load between the two prcessors, so they were only running half their speed each!

    Its been a while since I have looked into all this!

    Thanks

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    I use a util called UDtweaker which allows me to use both CPU's.

    on the quad box I run multiple VMWARE boxes ( test network ) each session is assigned a cpu - which gets maxed by UD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moby-Dick
    I use a util called UDtweaker which allows me to use both CPU's.

    on the quad box I run multiple VMWARE boxes ( test network ) each session is assigned a cpu - which gets maxed by UD
    Sweet, I'll look into UDtweaker!

    You know, I never thought of doing that with VMWare! Going to give that a try later!

    Cheers for the tips,

    Ant

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    Nice

    You'd think they'd harness the power of the GPU by now and use its spare cycles to process the data even quicker than todays CPU's after hearing the speil from ATi and Nvidia about the "immense power"

    Hmm... maybe one day
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    Damm it, you can't extend your lead by anymore, hows my P4 3.2c gonna cope with the rejection

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    Quote Originally Posted by Famished
    Damm it, you can't extend your lead by anymore, hows my P4 3.2c gonna cope with the rejection
    It will cry

    On a serious note - I've been reading on other forums that the Windows 64 bit actually helps improve your score and processing speeds of work units and heres a pretty common statement

    We ran the D2OL client for 26 days on each OS platform.

    The average daily candidate output for 32bit Win2K3 Server was 89.6 per day.

    The average daily candidate output for XP Pro x64 (RC2) was 127.4 per day.

    That is a 40%+ increase in daily output.

    The D2OL client is a 32bit java based app.

    The hardware was an Asus K8V SE Deluxe, Athlon64 3200, 1 GB PC3200, ATi video (inexpensive), Seagate SATA 160GB HD.
    Hmm if thats the case I might have to switch to 64-bit to crunch data

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    My next machine will be a 64bit for sure.

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    been running it for ages now

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    I've got a score of 133 here on one PC at work, and a score of 70-something on the poorly specced server (128mb )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moby-Dick
    I use a util called UDtweaker which allows me to use both CPU's.

    on the quad box I run multiple VMWARE boxes ( test network ) each session is assigned a cpu - which gets maxed by UD
    I have been looking at the grid.org forums and they say that UD tweaker should not be used as multiple UD processes could produce errors and false results

    Not really sure how to check this though. Here is a link about it:http://forum.grid.org/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=4624

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