You're using AMD cards, so you're sure to have good output. Nvidia's double precision is...lacking. (Titan's excluded)congrats Tony! your recent Milkyway@Home production is tempting me to rejoin the effort (haven't crunched MW@H in months)...
oh i'm pretty well versed in the in and outs of MW@H...i was using the same 7970's to crunch MW@H then as i'm using now to crunch Einstein@Home. i never did have more than 2 7970's crunching MW@H at once, and my highest PPD for the project was 1.22 million...but i do recall being in a race with Faxon for the 300 million mark not quite a year ago. his best PPD on the project was 1.98 million, so while i can't recall his exact hardware, he did have more firepower than me...the only reason i edged him to 300 million was b/c he joined another challenge and diverted some resources away from MW@H before our race was over...so i lucked out there.You're using AMD cards, so you're sure to have good output. Nvidia's double precision is...lacking. (Titan's excluded)
way to go Peter!200M in GPUGrid.
Now on to MilkyWay: 200M is the goal.
EDIT: Hmm ... I quoted Sunny129. How did Tony's name get in there?started thinking about how long it would take to hit 250 million on a 2nd project