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Old 2002-09-10, 12:37   #1
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Default GigaHertz / P90 years currently committed to GIMPS

Is there a report that shows the current processing power by account?

The Top Producers reports has a column for P90 CPU hrs/day but I think this is calculated from the account creation date (and today's date) and the work completed since that day. So as people upgrade machines, or add new machines and complete more work the figure increases but doesn't tell you the current processing power committed to the project.

So for my account with one 850 , one 1500 and one 2533 running 24/7 that's 4883Mhz committed to GIMPS or perhaps 2676 P90 CPU hrs/day. My account lifetime average is only 417 hrs/day because I just ran one 475Mhz AMD for the first year or so.

It would be fascinating to see a list ranking accounts by current processing power to see how my current set up compares.

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Old 2002-09-10, 13:50   #2
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A quick addition of my team stats shows a total power of almost 690GHZ, and my personal total of that is 43Ghz.

Not to shabby for a bunch of prime heads!

*Please note that some of that 690Ghz is most likely no longer active and is just waiting for the exponent to expire and also many of us run multiple projects which means Gimps is not getting all of the cycles.
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Old 2002-09-10, 16:18   #3
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Default Re: GigaHertz / P90 years currently committed to GIMPS

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Is there a report that shows the current processing power by account?

The Top Producers reports has a column for P90 CPU hrs/day but I think this is calculated from the account creation date (and today's date) and the work completed since that day. So as people upgrade machines, or add new machines and complete more work the figure increases but doesn't tell you the current processing power committed to the project.

So for my account with one 850 , one 1500 and one 2533 running 24/7 that's 4883Mhz committed to GIMPS or perhaps 2676 P90 CPU hrs/day. My account lifetime average is only 417 hrs/day because I just ran one 475Mhz AMD for the first year or so.

It would be fascinating to see a list ranking accounts by current processing power to see how my current set up compares.

Roy.
Hi!
I think that the TPR stats pages will help you.
Top 100 page shows how much you've produced last week or last month.
After this you just have to multiply properly the figures. For example:
say you've got 10 yrs last month. So at that pace you'll get roughly 120 yrs in a year that is equivalent to 2880 P90 Cpu hours a day (120*24)
As George says: ''Hope that helps" .
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Old 2002-09-10, 16:27   #4
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Default Sorry...

I've forgot to give you the link! You may found the Top producer stats page at
http://www.teamprimerib.com/rr1/top100.htm
It is dinamically updated with the Primenet Server data, so it is a good proxy of the real figures.
The only problem is that you have to enter at least the top 500 producer list... :(
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Old 2002-09-10, 20:07   #5
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Excellent, thank you - that was just the type of information I was looking for. Graphs as well. I'm at #644 at the moment, but hoping to make the top 500 before too long.
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Excellent, thank you - that was just the type of information I was looking for. Graphs as well.
Not at all! I'd better say "thanks" to Mrs or Mr "Robcreid" and to TPR coordinators ;)
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Old 2002-09-11, 01:04   #7
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I'd better say "thanks" to Mrs or Mr "Robcreid" and to TPR coordinators ;)
Trust me, robreid is a mister...
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I'd better say "thanks" to Mrs or Mr "Robcreid" and to TPR coordinators ;)
Trust me, robreid is a mister...
I will!
I really didn't have any idea about the sex of robreid... and...
I'm sorry if I offended HIM ;)
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:)
Hi Mike!
If I'm not wrong now in Raleigh it's half past 2 AM, isn't it?
No way to fall asleep?
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