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  1. #81
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    My goal was 10M, I've just passed that but still have quite a few cached so will let them run down over the next few days.

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    Great Job Paul!! thanks for the Help, I also want to Congratulate Tweeder for making the Top 100 in Einstein@ Home, Nice Job !!





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  3. #83
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    My Current Goal is to run Einstein up to 14M, and Cosmology up to 250K, then move on to other projects that need a correction in upward movement.





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    Thanks, it been a pleasure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul AMD View Post
    Thanks, it been a pleasure.
    You can repeat the pleasure with each project's GPU application(s), temperatures permitting.
    Your setup was quite impressive at Einstein and could be just as impressive with e.g. Albert, Einstein's beta-project.
    And when your GPUs are double-precision capable, you can turn them on MilkyWay too.

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    I still have 500+ Einstein work units to go and 400+ pending. I guess that's what happens when you run with a 7 day cache. I have been looking at making a run on Collatz and may give Primegrid a go too once the Einstein work units finish off.

    On the CPU side it looks like Amicable Numbers may be the best pay off so may do a few of them.

    I should clarify, I will only be running the three best GPU's due to the heat issues.
    Last edited by Paul AMD; 05-29-2017 at 01:07 PM.

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    Amicable Numbers is both CPU and GPU. CPU-wise, Citizen Science Grid can also be rewarding. Some PrimeGrid subprojects (most actually) are CPU-only.
    Collatz and PrimeGrid's GFN and PPS Sieve are prime GPU targets (GPUGrid too, perhaps?)

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    Looks like I will be heading to my new CPU project early Cosmology ran out of work units over nite in the area I was crunching. Now on to Rosetta. Once the Einstein run out (2 day cache and 160+ Pending) I am heading over to GPUGrid to raise my numbers up there as well.

    Amicable numbers project brought in some awesome numbers on my single GTX-1080 ( avg 600k per day)

    Collatz will bring you serious numbers as my single GPU mentioned above brought me an avg of 4.3M points per day!





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