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Old 2010-03-27, 21:53   #23
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Okay. I can figure out LL-10M and LL-100M, but what is LL-NF?

My computer is set to recieve assignments automatically, that is, I haven't specified any preference. It appears that I am still working on the same 4 exponents and it is currently performing LL test.

How can I tell what kind of assignment was given to me?
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Old 2010-03-27, 22:17   #24
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Okay. I can figure out LL-10M and LL-100M, but what is LL-NF?

My computer is set to recieve assignments automatically, that is, I haven't specified any preference. It appears that I am still working on the same 4 exponents and it is currently performing LL test.

How can I tell what kind of assignment was given to me?
You have 2 ways to choose your kind of work:

1 - From Prime95 menu, Test/Worker windows.
2 - From PrimeNet, My Account/CPUs

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Old 2010-03-27, 22:23   #25
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How can I tell what kind of assignment was given to me?
Log in at http://mersenne.org/

In your account summary, under heading "Workload", click on the "Assigned" link. The displayed table of your assignments shows the work type for each exponent.

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Okay. I can figure out LL-10M and LL-100M, but what is LL-NF?
Go back to the account summary page. Under "Workload", click on "Default account work-type".

Under "Select a different account-level Work Type preference here:", click on the down-arrow to see the complete list of work types, including "LL-NF".

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My computer is set to recieve assignments automatically, that is, I haven't specified any preference.
You can select a preference under "Select a different account-level Work Type preference here:",
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Old 2010-03-28, 01:24   #26
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Thanks for the info.

A little off the topic, but I have a question about the info in my account. I have two computers listed in my account, but i am not using one of them. How can I update?
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Old 2010-03-28, 17:09   #27
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Does it matter? If one computer never reports results, then ... it won't have any results listed. If it never requests an assignment, it won't have assignments listed. If it erroneously has an assignment, you can release it.

But if you just want to clean up, look around the CPUs page -- there's something for deleting.
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Old 2010-03-28, 18:16   #28
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... I now have a serious case of computing envy.

Borged an old Geode NX 1500 to do TF.

When I'm around to keep it on a Sempron 2800+ to do TF (I'm not around it enough to give it anything better).

And Core 2 Duo that once it finishes a DC it will be going to P-1. NOTE: Yes it does only run one thread and it runs on a throttle of 50 or 33 due to being in a laptop and reaching disturbingly high temperatures (I've already melted one motherboard)
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Old 2010-03-30, 09:59   #29
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hey guys,

if i check my CPU on this site (http://mersenne-aries.sili.net/throughput.php?cpu=AMD+Athlon%28tm%29+64+X2+Dual+Core+Processor+4600%2B|512|0&mhz=2700)

it gives me an low efficiency for nearly all worktypes! I dont understand this :)

Hopfe you can help me :)

AMD Athlon 4600+ OC to 2700mhz

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Old 2010-03-30, 11:16   #30
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That's because your processor is much more efficient at factoring to low limits than all other worktypes when compared with the benchmark Core2. Don't let that stop you from doing other worktypes though as factoring to low limits is more or less finished.
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Old 2010-03-30, 20:14   #31
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Jeah ok, but why is my processor much more effivient at favtoring to low limits?!

Well, the most time i am doing DC :-D so no problem there ^^
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Old 2010-03-30, 20:48   #32
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Jeah ok, but why is my processor much more effivient at favtoring to low limits?!
Because of the differences between the way AMD designed the Athlon and the way Intel designed the Core2. Even when they execute the same instructions, their circuitry is different, and the two manufacturers made different tradeoffs in their designs.

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