How long per frame does it take for you?

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How long per frame does it take for you?

Post by Twigathy » Wed Mar 30, 2005 7:51 am

Here, its about 7 or 8 minutes per frame, this is on a "Tinker" unit. My system is an Athlon 64 3000+, 1x 512MB DDR (Evil slow cheap stuff though) and I was wondering what you guys fold at :)

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Post by StarfishChris » Wed Mar 30, 2005 8:39 am

On project 1130 (tinker, credit 241) it takes a little less than 5 mins.
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Post by Tibors » Thu Mar 31, 2005 1:10 am

Project : 1130
Core : Tinker
Frames : 400
Credit : 241
Min. Time / Frame : 05mn 09s - 168.46 ppd
Avg. Time / Frame : 05mn 14s - 165.78 ppd
That is on system 3 in my sig. It has two sticks of Corsair XMS of 256MB each in dual channel.

What project are your frame times from Twigathy :?:
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Post by Twigathy » Thu Mar 31, 2005 1:40 am

Current Work Unit
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Name: p1130_L939_K12M_355K
Download time: March 29 04:03:21
Due time: June 5 04:03:21
Progress: 94% [|||||||||_]
I do use this machine for other things though, it is my main gamin PC. I leave F@Home running all the timebecause it doesnt interfere with anything being at such a low priority :) Where do you get stats like that from? Mine are from the unitinfo text file :oops:
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Post by ilh » Thu Mar 31, 2005 3:39 am

I'm averaging 4.2 mins/frame on p1133_L939_K12M_355K on my 3500+ running at 240x10.
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Post by StarfishChris » Thu Mar 31, 2005 5:13 am

Twigathy wrote:Where do you get stats like that from? Mine are from the unitinfo text file :oops:
FahMon: http://fahmon.silent-blade.org/

Tibors' stats shows that clock speed beats dual channel for these Tinkers by about 15s. I wonder how it will fare for the other cores :?:
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Post by Tibors » Thu Mar 31, 2005 8:29 am

It's no secret that F@H is almost purely dependend on clock speed for all cores.

It is however impossible to conclude that from only two workunits. Within one projects WU's there is a variabillity of max. ±10% in speed. And that is excluding the effects a folding event may have.
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Post by tomcat » Thu Mar 31, 2005 10:44 am

I'm averaging 3:50 mins/frame on p1133_L939_K12M_355K on my A64 3200+ running at 250x10 (2.5Ghz) (DDR500)

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Post by Twigathy » Fri Apr 01, 2005 1:04 am

Wow, I finished off that unit then got handed a mega-huge unit that needs half an hour per frame(!)
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Post by Tibors » Fri Apr 01, 2005 9:51 am

But does the new work unit (WU) have the same number of frames? (You can find that here.) Most tinker WU's have 400 frames. All Gromacs WU's have 100 "frames". (Actually the Gromacs don't have frames at all, but one "frame" is 1% of the total number of steps in a Gromacs WU.)

Another thing is that larger WU's give you more points per WU. It should average out to about the same number of points per day (PPD).
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Post by nici » Fri Apr 01, 2005 10:23 am

I seem to get a lot of Tinker cores lately.. about 4½ minutes per frame and 241pt per WU. Stock 3500+ Winchester and 2x512Mb memory.

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