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Old 2017-12-01, 00:03   #2
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Originally Posted by preda View Post
PrimeNet measures the amount of compute work done in GHz-days (e.g. )

Dividing GHz-Days by "days" to get compute throughput (compute per unit of time), would produce "GHz" as a unit of compute power.

E.g. a computer that does 100 GHz-days in 24h, has a compute power of 100GHz.

Another common unit of "compute power" is GFLOPS, e.g. used in

What is the correspondence between the two units of "compute power", "PrimeNet GHz" and GFLOPS?

E.g. for the example computer that does 100GHz-Days per day, how many GFLOPS would that be?
even Ghz days isn't consistent
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