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Old 2005-04-29, 00:58   #1
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From what i have seen amd sempron runs rather well under 63 bits currently i can do 100 lmh factors in 6 hours this out paces my p4 that does 60 every 6 hours there is a large difference in proc speed also the sempron is a 2300 so around 1.5 ghz well the p4 is a northwood at 2.6 ghz
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Old 2005-04-29, 05:15   #2
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Sentences are not optional.
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Old 2005-04-29, 05:22   #3
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never are never will be....for me...
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Old 2005-04-29, 11:20   #4
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As a french, I must admit I can't really understand all that you write, moo...
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Old 2005-04-29, 12:19   #5
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Quote:
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As a french, I must admit I can't really understand all that you write, moo...
As a native English speaker, I often have difficulty understanding moo's postings. It's a pity, really, as it seems quite likely that he often has something interesting and/or useful to communicate but if no-one can understand him his effort is largely wasted.


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Old 2005-04-29, 13:01   #6
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As a native speaker, I must agree. Moo please at least use full stops and capitals. A lot of your posts are very useful but it just takes too much effort to read them. Please be considerate to other people. These days I just tend to skip over all your posts that exceed one line. I would like to read them but I just don't have the time to parse them.

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Old 2005-04-30, 00:31   #7
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Sounds like an acute case of Textmessagingitis to me. Moo, would it kill you to hit the , or . keys just once in a while? (We'll not even expect anything fancy involving ;:-!?()... or tricky ones like that. )
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Old 2005-04-30, 02:07   #8
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Well... Taking my time here is what I said.
The AMD Sempron Proc seams to be the best Proc for factoring under 63 bits. It out paced my intel pentium 4 clocked at 2.6 ghz, northwood core. In 6 hours the semprom clocked at 1.5 ghz did 100 lmh factorings from 60 to 61 bits well the pentium 4 only did 50-60
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Old 2005-04-30, 04:32   #9
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moo,

Though I tended to skip some of your postings when you first started here, gradually I realized that you had a very high proportion of sensible and worthwhile content once I got beyond the lack of punctuation/capitalization. As you see from others' comments, capitalization and punctuation do have purposes in writing, and some folks will not try to get past the barrier of their omission.

Capitalization and punctuation carry part of the meaning of messages, making it possible to understand those messages more rapidly and properly.

I will continue to carefully read your contributions even if you omit capitalization and punctuation, but IMHO you'll get a bigger and more appreciative audience if you use them. :-)
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Old 2005-05-03, 16:36   #10
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Quote:
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Sentences are not optional.
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Old 2005-05-04, 11:24   #11
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Originally Posted by moo
From what i have seen amd sempron runs rather well under 63 bits currently i can do 100 lmh factors in 6 hours this out paces my p4 that does 60 every 6 hours there is a large difference in proc speed also the sempron is a 2300 so around 1.5 ghz well the p4 is a northwood at 2.6 ghz
This is well in line with what was said in this thread:

http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=3955

You just provided a pratical example...
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