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Old 21st January, 2002, 03:34 PM
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Post Your Folding Specs Here!! (Help the Newbie Guide!!)

Hi There!

In a continuing endeavor, Allan and I are collecting data on Folding specs so as to compile an Approximated Performance table for the Newbie guide.


To help with our research, you will need to include the following:

Your CPU model
Your CPU speed
Your OS (Operating System ie, Windows: 98,XP / Linux: Penguin, The Hat, etc.)
Folding Client (Console, text, etc.)
Time it takes per villin frame/Overall WU times.
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Time it takes per GNRA Hairpin Frame/Overall WU times.
(Please be sure to specify Hairpin or Villin.)

Note: Please limit posts on this thread to your specs only. Post only specs that reflect real-world performance and not approximations so as to respect the purity of the survey.

Thanx and FOLD ON!!
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Old 21st January, 2002, 05:03 PM
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I take it you already logged mine, right?
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Old 21st January, 2002, 06:20 PM
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Yup.. got specs for you, SteveI, and Pinky so far..
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Old 21st January, 2002, 07:49 PM
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Im still waiting for a villin to turn up.
Ive done three GRNA hairpins in a row.

I assume you want the time as given by foldmonitor when im not running anything else on my PC.

I tend to keep folding on all the time but im using my PC so the foldmonitor times are distorted when my CPU is in use.

Once I get a villin ill stop folding and then let it run that WU overnight so you get a true time.
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Old 21st January, 2002, 10:16 PM
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im going to switch my other box's over to 2.17 after they finish up and then i will post the times for all three
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Old 22nd January, 2002, 07:55 AM
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I assume you want the time as given by foldmonitor when im not running anything else on my PC.
Yes. Foldmonitor is best..
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Old 22nd January, 2002, 10:11 AM
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We all seem to be getting GNRAs at the moment, aren't we?

Perhaps we should just do this thing with GNRAs instead of villins? Or perhaps make two charts, one for GNRA Hairpins and one for villins?
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Old 22nd January, 2002, 10:33 PM
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Sounds like a good Idea.. I'll edit accordingly.. maybe we can make this thread a sticky?
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Old 24th January, 2002, 03:24 PM
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Okee dokee

Rig #1
Tbird 1GHz@1.5GHz
Win ME
F@H 2.15 text ver (console)
Native Villin 4.17m per frame (just about 7hrs complete wu)

Rig #2
Tbird 1.4GHz@1.68GHz
Win ME
F@H 2.15 text ver (console)
Native Villin 4.12m per frame (just under 7hrs complete wu)

These stats are accurate when folding only. With additional cpu usage times increase proportional to clock cycles taken away from F@H.

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Old 24th January, 2002, 06:42 PM
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YaY!! another contributor! Thanx Lut!!
Amazing how close that 1.5 is to the 1.6.. great OC!

Lets keep those folding stats flowing everybody!
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PIII 700@933 mhz
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F@H Console version 2.17 I think
*corrected*Hairpin (~9.6 m per frame), about 16 hours total*corrected*

*correction*...was Hairpin, not Villan
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I've been getting a lot of the little one's lately, bba5_build_ext, and nativeBBA5. I've come to the conclusion that these things are very unpredictable. I have 2 machines that are nearly identical celerons, 850 & 892. One blows the other away for one protein and vice versa on the other. I've just taken the average from Foldmonitor, so this isn't scientific. Also, when I keep an eye on Foldmonitor, I've noticed that each Frame fluctuates pretty significantly from the average.

bottom line is, I think we should stick to the biggest proteins for any benchmarks we attempt... such as villin and nativevillin. Hopefully, size will level out slight differences in actual WUs assigned among the same proteins. Also, we have to take everything with a grain of salt. I would not be surprised if Stanford changes the size of these WUs to accomodate their research needs without changing the scoring, so times we take today may not be accurate in a few weeks.
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Old 26th January, 2002, 07:28 AM
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Hmm.. you've got a point there SteveI...

Still, in the interest of information gathering, I think everyone should post as much information about their current WU as possible.. we can sort out details later.. I’m keeping the dates and times as well with these entries.. so maybe one of these days we can sort it out and find some correlation among the data....


If anyone wants a copy at any time of the data I have collected, you can PM me and i'd be happy to email it to ya..
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Getting mostly "bba5_build_ext"

1.43m-frame
2.3 hrs W/U

AMD XP 1600+ @ 1800+, 1.4 @ 1.575 "AGKGA"
256 mb DDR 8-12-8-2-6-2-2
150 x10.5, c/v 1.80

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Athlon XP @ 1607 Mhz
Win XP
Graphical Client
Villin 3.92 Min per frame, 6.5 hours

Athlon C @ 1469 Mhz
Win XP
Graphical Client
Villin 4.18 Min per frame, 6.9 hours

These are times when the machines are not doing anything except folding. I have other rigs, but I'm not sure what their times are since I don't have direct access to them.

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I have other rigs, but I'm not sure what their times are since I don't have direct access to them.

Mook.
?? not have access?? you bot boxin or somethin?
(did somebody say "folding@home trojan"? :devil: )
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?? not have access?? you bot boxin or somethin?
(did somebody say "folding@home trojan"? :devil: )
Some crazy people ask their friends, and their friends friends, and so on. Like SteveI always has a different amount of Ghz cuz of that I think?
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Some crazy people ask their friends, and their friends friends, and so on. Like SteveI always has a different amount of Ghz cuz of that I think?
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Some crazy people ask their friends, and their friends friends, and so on. Like SteveI always has a different amount of Ghz cuz of that I think?
I'll take the ghz's any way I can get'em... short of breaking any laws, that is. I wouldn't call myself a subteam tho, cause I'm the only active member... Other machines only fold because I begged, pleaded, threatened, or blackmailed. The whole concept of helping humanity doesn't seem to be a great motivator. So I have to resort to other forms of motivation, lol.
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