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March 12, 2002 8:41:28 PM

I think it would be interesting to detail our system specs (only what UD uses), and how many points it assigns to each. I'll do mine when I get home.

Overall: 121
Processor: 165 (1.6A @ 2.5Ghz)
Memory: 134 (512MB of RDRAM)
Storage: 196 (Max allocated)
Network: 41 (Netgear FA310tx on cable)

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Don't step in the sarcasm!<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by FatBurger on 03/14/02 09:56 AM.</EM></FONT></P>

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March 13, 2002 3:55:04 AM

PII 266Mhz@350Mhz fsb 88x4, 256mb pc150 Kingmax TBGA 6ns sdram, 40gb hd, Biostar M6tzf mobo,on board sound,
Linksys NC100 nic on lan, Rockwell 56k isa modem, dvd 8x, cdrw 16x12x40, 98se/OS

Overall 78
Processor 71
Memory 67
Storage 59 / 2.93gb
Network 100 dialup,Network,



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March 13, 2002 11:13:44 PM

Total 120
Proc 120
RAM 134
Storage 157
Network 100

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March 17, 2002 5:47:01 AM

Overall: 121
Processor: 149 (AXP 1.52gHz, 138 mHz FSB)
Memory: 200 (768 DDR)
Storage:16 (use up a lot of space frequently)
Network: 38 (Linksys LNE100TX on DSL)(Would Ocing the FSB help this out?)

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March 27, 2002 4:23:12 AM

Hey, how do you and OWL get such a good score for network?

I have >
Total 107
Proc 141 > backed off to default of 1.4Ghz for now.
RAM 134 >512MB
Storage 88 > increased disk size for next one.
Network 43 > ADSL EZ connection USB to dual speed ethernet converter and broadband was no better either.

Sheesh, everytime I look the move the goal posts! Once upon a time I was getting Total 164 regulary.





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March 27, 2002 4:39:37 AM

Overall 42
processor 55 {pIII 600)
memory 34 (128 megs)
storage 20 (1gig)
network 37 (56k modem)

My primary ud comp. probably has one of the lowest system scores, if not the lowest on the entire team. I have another system running ud that scores less than this one. I'd be doing pretty good if I could get my stinking internet sharing to work. I've got an Athlon 1.2 sitting here doing no work units.

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March 28, 2002 7:38:50 PM

Although I had to leave your team I'd like to contribute to this "poll":

Overall: 124
Processor: 113 (P4 @ 1.7 GHz)
Memory: 167 (640 MB)
Storage: 196 (9.77 GB)
Network: 100 (Intel PRO/100 VE on a business line - I think we have 256kbs up and 512kbs down)

Overall: 82
Processor: 49 (PIII @ 500 MHz)
Memory: 100 (384 MB who would have guessed :-) )
Storage: 153 (7.64 GB)
Network: 100 (3com 3C905C-TX on same line)

Overall: 76
Processor: 59 (PIII @ 600 MHz)
Memory: 67 (256 MB)
Storage: 128 (6.35 GB)
Network: 100 (Xircom Cardbus on same line)

I'll send the stats of my home computer later...
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March 29, 2002 3:56:26 AM

As promised above my home PC:

Overall: 91
Processor: 84 (Duron @ 880 MHz (OC))
Memory: 134 (512 MB)
Storage: 196 (9.77 GB)
Network: 47 (3com 3C900B TPO on a cable modem 600kbs down and 128kbs up)

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PoolSnoopy

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May 7, 2002 12:22:00 PM

lets see what numbers my rustbucket is churning out tonite... :smile:

Overall - 90
CPU - 133 (athlon 1200C @ 1400)
Memory - 67 (256mb)
Storage - 196 (10gb)
Network - 37 (56k modem)

not too shabby really.

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May 8, 2002 6:11:35 AM

heh
i just did some basic math.
seems they dont do much to calculate your CPU scores.

for P4 architecture, regardless of A or non A status your CPU rating is:

Mhz/15 = rating.
e.g.
1500/15 = 100 or 2500/15 = 166

for athlons, regardless of tbird or xp status its:
Mhz/10.5 = rating.


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May 8, 2002 7:35:57 PM

Yeup, I don't think any of it has to do with how well you can actually crunch numbers. I think I have one of the lowest overall points/unit ratios, but one of the best cpu time/unit ratios.

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May 9, 2002 12:02:22 AM

yeah. it doesnt really matter to me either.
i just get the jobs and crunch them... though ive noticed that really really long jobs give huge points.

i had one that consumed allmost 32 dedicated CPU hours on my tbird 1400!

crunch crunch crunch :smile:


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May 9, 2002 12:27:43 AM

....like the sound of crunchy peanut butter :tongue: .

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