Germany has, as of this hour, completed 99,271 WU to SilentPCReview's 36,631. 2.7 times more work units completed than SPCR. We have 92 active users to Germany's 125. They have us outnumbered. Their average points per WU is 13.6
. But looking at yesterday's totals, their average was 47.6 points per WU to our 46.6, so virtually identical. It doesn't add up. How the heck do they have such a low average? Early on they must have done a lot of tiny WUs worth next to nothing. Now they must be tackling the same WU's we are, but it's taking them a lot longer to complete them. Their 125 users completed 77 WUs yesterday, whereas SPCR's 92 users completed 211, worth virtually the same amount per WU. Their average cpu must be way smaller than SPCR's, or maybe they run them fewer hours per day.
These statistics remain interesting only until we pass them, which should be about 12 hours from now.
Then it's on to Abit and AOA, not necessarily in that order, all the while trying to stave off Slo-Tech. Abit will be a little tougher since their trend line is up, whereas Germany was merely holding steady, so with Germany it was simply a matter of time. Likewise AOA is simply a matter of time; their production has fallen off dramatically over the past month, from nearly 8000 per day to less than 5500.
Darn, the stats are updating so I guess I'm done!