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 Forum: Cunningham Tables 2020-04-09, 03:59 Replies: 113 Views: 8,582 Posted By axn I think we should reach 30M by end of April. But... I think we should reach 30M by end of April. But let's see what Greg says.
 Forum: Wagstaff PRP Search 2020-04-08, 03:32 Replies: 352 Views: 23,987 Posted By axn 157k-158k 2^157007+1 = 106284597660570529 2^157007+1 = 6221085133129795236601 2^157013+1 = 1336540242981100512861113 2^157019+1 = 142037433608417483735941403 2^157057+1 = 88210690743089387358113...
 Forum: Puzzles 2020-04-07, 11:58 Replies: 28 Views: 1,333 Posted By axn I haven't figured out how to calculate the... I haven't figured out how to calculate the probability, but here is a quick simulation to get an estimate: is_infected()=(random()/2.^31 < 0.1) edges=[ [1,2], [1,3], [1,4], [2,5], [3,4], [3,5] ];...
 Forum: GPU to 72 2020-04-06, 07:45 Replies: 208 Views: 6,515 Posted By axn That is actually good news. But, to be... That is actually good news. But, to be clear, I'm not suggesting that we start doing fractional bit TFs from PrimeNet's perspective. The idea is still to do full bit levels, but break them up...
 Forum: GPU to 72 2020-04-06, 02:45 Replies: 208 Views: 6,515 Posted By axn I am retroactively in agreement with you :smile:,... I am retroactively in agreement with you :smile:, to wit However, we should also be mindful of BOINC WU runtimes. Actually, on that front, I was thinking that maybe we should slice up a large...
 Forum: GPU to 72 2020-04-05, 15:02 Replies: 208 Views: 6,515 Posted By axn This is a misconception. The correct way to read... This is a misconception. The correct way to read that chart is: "It is "optimal" to TF to 78 bits before running two LL (FC & DC) on the same card" IOW, if your intent is to speed up /only/ the FC...
 Forum: Wagstaff PRP Search 2020-04-04, 17:22 Replies: 352 Views: 23,987 Posted By axn 160k-161k 2^160019+1 = 603140704182085163 2^160031+1 = 13081850164863059659 2^160091+1 = 42715387629804216507136699 2^160159+1 = 276865038732591220321001 2^160201+1 = 937972441809268504097 2^160217+1 =...
 Forum: Information & Answers 2020-04-04, 02:34 Replies: 15 Views: 1,063 Posted By axn Yes, running multiple workers on that CPU will... Yes, running multiple workers on that CPU will trash the cache. You're probably better off running a configuration of two workers, each using 4 threads (i.e. one worker per CPU). Couple of...
 Forum: Information & Answers 2020-04-03, 08:59 Replies: 15 Views: 1,063 Posted By axn A 5M FFT takes up 40MB which wouldn't fit in your... A 5M FFT takes up 40MB which wouldn't fit in your 6MB cache.
 Forum: Lounge 2020-03-31, 04:58 Replies: 98 Views: 4,028 Posted By axn Google "pineapple pups" Google "pineapple pups"
 Forum: Cunningham Tables 2020-03-28, 02:37 Replies: 113 Views: 8,582 Posted By axn :thumbs-up: :thumbs-up:
 Forum: GPU to 72 2020-03-27, 11:42 Replies: 208 Views: 6,515 Posted By axn Hmmm... This could be an issue. I guess, once you... Hmmm... This could be an issue. I guess, once you have benchmark data, then the extent of the issue can be quantified.
 Forum: GPU to 72 2020-03-27, 10:33 Replies: 208 Views: 6,515 Posted By axn No need for different n. As you said, it is just... No need for different n. As you said, it is just simple scaling. But bit levels, yes. And for Nvidia and AMD differently. However, I am not sure the exact difference in performance -- probably on...
 Forum: Wagstaff PRP Search 2020-03-27, 10:28 Replies: 352 Views: 23,987 Posted By axn 159k-160k 2^159017+1 = 2454134699283995081 2^159113+1 = 12870018826728951643603 2^159119+1 = 35299824268765877027 2^159157+1 = 19609253160866547121 2^159167+1 = 22526795678999214189611 2^159167+1 =...
 Forum: GPU to 72 2020-03-27, 03:26 Replies: 208 Views: 6,515 Posted By axn Be careful here. At different bit levels, the... Be careful here. At different bit levels, the program may use different kernels, and as a result, at higher bit levels it might take more time than the simple doubling you used. To complicate...
 Forum: Cunningham Tables 2020-03-27, 03:21 Replies: 113 Views: 8,582 Posted By axn How does it impact the runtime for the WU? ... How does it impact the runtime for the WU? Side question: Is it worth it, for those who have sufficient RAM, to override the -A parameter back to 32?
 Forum: Hardware 2020-03-26, 03:40 Replies: 800 Views: 107,596 Posted By axn Ok, makes sense. That still leaves the question... Ok, makes sense. That still leaves the question of why mem speed is not affecting performance. I suppose, with just 4 cores, all of the tested RAM speeds are sufficient to feed the CPU. Ryzen L3...
 Forum: Hardware 2020-03-26, 01:51 Replies: 800 Views: 107,596 Posted By axn :confused: L3 is 8MB on a 6700K, which is... :confused: L3 is 8MB on a 6700K, which is mediocre.
 Forum: GPU to 72 2020-03-22, 15:48 Replies: 208 Views: 6,515 Posted By axn You really don't know anything about BOINC... You really don't know anything about BOINC community, do you?
 Forum: GPU to 72 2020-03-22, 14:23 Replies: 208 Views: 6,515 Posted By axn Unless the BOINC project hands out LL tests as... Unless the BOINC project hands out LL tests as well, there is no point in calculating optimum bit level using traditional metric. BOINC is about tapping into the huge user base who primarily care...
 Forum: Cunningham Tables 2020-03-22, 13:43 Replies: 113 Views: 8,582 Posted By axn Looks like server is down. Looks like server is down.
 Forum: Lounge 2020-03-22, 02:07 Replies: 117 Views: 3,967 Posted By axn I am kind of confused. The quote from wikipedia... I am kind of confused. The quote from wikipedia says that P/VP/C are still required to do online disclosure. So who _does_ it actually exempt? And how did members of Congress benefit from it?
 Forum: Puzzles 2020-03-21, 15:47 Replies: 6 Views: 666 Posted By axn The closed form of S(n) looks to be (k^n-(-1)^n)... The closed form of S(n) looks to be (k^n-(-1)^n) / ((k+1)*k^n)
 Forum: Information & Answers 2020-03-21, 15:21 Replies: 12 Views: 779 Posted By axn Sure. 100% is maxed out. That's the point of... Sure. 100% is maxed out. That's the point of applications like P95 - take advantage of all spare cycles that would otherwise have been wasted and do some useful computations. Depends. If the...
 Forum: Puzzles 2020-03-21, 15:12 Replies: 6 Views: 666 Posted By axn k is a parameter k is a parameter
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