AMD Users just passed 60,000,000 credits on the Einstein@Home project
Congrats to all past and present participants!
AMD Users just passed 70 million credits on Einstein@Home!
The AMD Users team has just passed 70 million credits on einstein@home.
We are also not far from catching up with Rechcraft.net (10 days) and boinc.cz (20 days) at our present rate.
And 5 million of those are yours! Congratulations
Thanks, this nVidea GTX 580 card is a wonder..
I bet it's one of the best cards you presently can use for Einstein. Only the GTX 590 will deliver more performance, but is expensive to buy and (too) expensive to operate 365/24/7. If and when Einstein will bring out an OpenCL application that can be used by AMD/Ati cards/CGPUs (or Intel SandyBridge/IvyBridge) balance would flip to the HD 5970 and HD 6990.
For as it is now the GTX 580 will even outperform the Quadro 6000 on Einstein. For MilkyWay the reverse will be true, but who wants to spend $3000 on a videocard?
P.S. The GTX 295 might be a wee bit better than the GTX 580 for Einstein, but as it is an older architecture I am not 100% sure about that. It is also more expensive to operate, using 289 Watt against the 244 for the GTX 580.
Best performance/Watt (SP) for the nVidia family comes from the GTX 560Ti: 7.43
The Radeon ARES, the best AMD/Ati card when it comes to performance/Watt (SP), brings a hefty 18.50 on the scales. Another card you do not want to run 365/24/7....
Last edited by Dirk Broer; 10-11-2011 at 10:33 PM.
AMD users just went over 100 million on Einstein@home!
ded101 is nearing 10 million and I'm on his heels.
Congrats to ded101 for being the first on the team to surpass 10,000,000 or 10 million or 1x10^7 points in Einstein@home!
Congrats to ded101 indeed!
But let's not forget
989680 (hexadecimal) and
27 · 57 (factorization)
Last edited by Dirk Broer; 07-26-2012 at 05:05 PM.
Reason: bbcode look-up
Not to be entirely pedantic, but apparently we left some gaps. 10 million in:
Base 3: 200 2110 0110 2101
Base 4: 2120 2112 2000
Base 5: 100 3000 0000
Base 6: 5 5420 0144
Base 7: 1 5066 6343
Base 8: 4611 3200
Base 9: 2073 1371
Base 11: 571 016A
Base 12: 342 3054
Base 13: 20C 187A
Base 14: 148 445A
Base 15: D2 7E6A
Base 20: 32 A000
Roman Numeral System during the middle ages: ( ( ( ( ( I ) ) ) ) ) (close as I could get with no backwards "C" in ASCII)
Last edited by Steve Lux; 07-26-2012 at 10:15 PM.
please continue till base 100...