Well we are 10 days late to the party, participating in the other events prevented much bunkering from us. As the calendar is clear for this week, we may catch up a bit. ;-)We are currently 14th. I'm not sure if I should try to power up the core2quad and other super old hardware for a points based contest, but I do want to push us higher...
There is one coming soon™lane42 said:Are there GPU'S in WCG. Thought i saw something about
using them in wcg
GPU version of OpenPandemics
Both the research team and World Community Grid tech team are continuing to make progress on porting the software that powers OpenPandemics to GPU.
The researchers are working on performance improvements for an OpenCL version. Meanwhile, World Community Grid has submitted the code for IBM's Open Source review and a security review. We don't currently know exactly when the IBM reviews will be done.
The oven is on a different circuit ! I was even thinging of converting the plug to 2, 120v instead of 240 ! 2 30 amp circuits unused ??? Think of how many more 64 core beasts I could run ! 2000 cores, here I come !Mark has to be cautious where he plugs in.....and he can't use the oven, ever, and sometimes has to pause folding to operate the microwave/coffee maker.
In other news, not trying to be negative, but I think we will top out at 10th place sometime in the next 24 hours. SG's stats tell the tale. Still, our best showing of the 5 weeks this competition has been running for! Not bad at all since we didn't start off with a huge bunker like the rest.
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