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 1   Optimized Seti@Home apps / GPU crunching / Direct Compute ratings  on: Today at 07:22:03 AM 
Started by TouchuvGrey | Last post by TouchuvGrey
i recently ran across this chart. As i understand it, this
comparison is much more relevant to what we are doing here.

http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/directCompute.html

The GTX 760 is in my price range and by this comparison
leaves my 560ti in the dust.

    Of course looking around online i find many different prices
and variations. i'm presuming that more RAM is better. More
fans for cooler running is better.

    And has anyone any suggestions as to brands that are especially
good and ones to stay away from ?

                                                                               Mike

 2   Optimized Seti@Home apps / Windows / Re: Installer v0.43 release notes  on: 22 Oct 2014, 02:31:15 am 
Started by Richard Haselgrove | Last post by msattler
Thank you so much for the explanation, Joe.
I did finally catch one of those tasks running, and saw that it WAS being processed with the SSE3 app, so the installer worked correctly.  It just puzzled me why they were marked otherwise.  Appreciate the help very much.
And again, no problem with the installer.

 3   Optimized Seti@Home apps / Windows / Re: Installer v0.43 release notes  on: 21 Oct 2014, 11:45:20 pm 
Started by Richard Haselgrove | Last post by Josef W. Segur
I did just notice something else.
When running the installer, on the CPU option page, for the AP v7 app, SSE3 is the default (at least on my rigs).
However, I was just looking at the task list on a couple of my rigs and the CPU AP tasks are tagged sse2.
Am I missing something here?
I did not manually select anything on the page, just clicked through it leaving the default selections.

EDIT...
Those two rigs were 64bit.  I just checked one of the 32bit rigs, and the tasks are only marked sse.

The project has 3 Windows CPU app versions. The generic one has no plan_class name, the 32 bit SIMD version has plan_class sse, and the 64 bit SIMD version has plan_class sse2. The Lunatics installer uses the same names so when converting from stock tasks won't be trashed. On BOINC manager's Tasks tab those plan_class names are shown in parentheses.

Server-side, the task list shows which app version the Scheduler expected the host to use, any sse or sse2 you see there are tasks which were sent before you did the Lunatics install. Tasks sent since will simply be "AstroPulse v7 Anonymous platform (CPU)".
                                                      Joe

 4   Optimized Seti@Home apps / Windows / Re: Installer v0.43 release notes  on: 19 Oct 2014, 05:27:33 pm 
Started by Richard Haselgrove | Last post by msattler
I did just notice something else.
When running the installer, on the CPU option page, for the AP v7 app, SSE3 is the default (at least on my rigs).
However, I was just looking at the task list on a couple of my rigs and the CPU AP tasks are tagged sse2.
Am I missing something here?
I did not manually select anything on the page, just clicked through it leaving the default selections.

EDIT...
Those two rigs were 64bit.  I just checked one of the 32bit rigs, and the tasks are only marked sse.

 5   Optimized Seti@Home apps / Discussion Forum / Re: Seti is down again  on: 19 Oct 2014, 11:54:41 am 
Started by _heinz | Last post by Josef W. Segur
As of 07:45 Berkeley time, it's up again. Just about a 20 hour outage, the recovery will take awhile.
                                                         Joe

 6   Optimized Seti@Home apps / Discussion Forum / Re: Seti is down again  on: 19 Oct 2014, 12:46:02 am 
Started by _heinz | Last post by mr.mac52
Ebola???

 7   Optimized Seti@Home apps / Discussion Forum / Re: Seti is down again  on: 18 Oct 2014, 11:13:43 pm 
Started by _heinz | Last post by arkayn
What is even weirder is that IST shows nothing for the outage.
http://ucbsystems.org/category/active/

 8   Optimized Seti@Home apps / Discussion Forum / Re: Seti is down again  on: 18 Oct 2014, 06:13:09 pm 
Started by _heinz | Last post by Cosmic_Ocean
Interesting that it seemed to flatline right at noon (maybe 10-15 minutes prior). Seems almost like it was planned (in one way or another) and nobody was given a heads-up.

What I mean is.. maybe it wasn't intentional, but going down at noon sounds like maybe some kind of cron job gone awry.

Just a thought.

 9   Optimized Seti@Home apps / Discussion Forum / Re: Seti is down again  on: 18 Oct 2014, 03:41:15 pm 
Started by _heinz | Last post by arkayn
Isn't the BOINC server still up in the SSL.

 10   Optimized Seti@Home apps / Discussion Forum / Re: Seti is down again  on: 18 Oct 2014, 03:26:17 pm 
Started by _heinz | Last post by Josef W. Segur
Could be something with the colo facility, but the BOINC home page is OK, so maybe it's SAH specific. This being Saturday, I hope someone who can fix it notices it.
                                                       Joe

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