1) Message boards : News : Badges for two new papers (Message 36562)
Posted 18 hours ago by Profile Retvari Zoltan*
The top participants of these papers are:

Bisignano et al. JCIM 2014

1st Stoneageman
2nd Firehawk
3rd Retvari Zoltan
4th RaymondFO*
5th flashawk
6th Venec
7th Bedrich Hajek
8th For the Universe ( Apaszko-Kaszkiety )
9th underwater
10th werdwerdus
11th Nikke
12th 5pot
13th Bikermatt
14th ???
15th Herb
16th Rick A. Sponholz
17th Beyond
18th TheFiend
19th M.Y.Self
20th ???
...
103rd Jozef J

Doerr et al. JCTC 2014

1st Stoneageman
2nd RaymondFO*
3rd Firehawk
4th Retvari Zoltan
5th flashawk
6th HA-SOFT, s.r.o.
7th Venec
8th Rick A. Sponholz
9th dominik
10th For the Universe ( Apaszko-Kaszkiety )
11th Bedrich Hajek
12th 5pot
13th jlhal
14th skgiven
15th kenny925
16th TheFiend
17th comfortw
18th Herb
19th Beyond
20th underwater
...
147th Jozef J
2) Message boards : News : acemdlong application 815 updated for Maxwell (Message 36524)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile Retvari Zoltan*
See if you can get a new 841.

I got a 8.15, and then a 8.41 on my another host.

The 8.41 is working on my GTX 680.
3) Message boards : News : acemdlong application 815 updated for Maxwell (Message 36522)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile Retvari Zoltan*
See if you can get a new 841.

I got a 8.15, and then a 8.41 on my another host.
4) Message boards : News : acemdlong application 815 updated for Maxwell (Message 36518)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile Retvari Zoltan*
Yes, don't know what's gone wrong here. I've reverted back to 815 for now.

I'm still receiving the 8.40 Cuda 5.5 app.
5) Message boards : News : Recommended driver versions are 334.21 or later (Message 36515)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile Retvari Zoltan*
I have the 332.21 driver on my WinXPx64 / GTX 780 Ti host, and it says it has CUDA 6.
I don't want to upgrade my driver on that host, because the new driver's "Much lower CPU load" deteriorates the GTX 780 Ti's performance under WinXP.
Could you issue Cuda 6 work to every host which has appropriate driver for it? The Maxwell GPUs will have at least the 334.21 driver, as the previous ones didn't support that card.
6) Message boards : News : acemdlong application 815 updated for Maxwell (Message 36512)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile Retvari Zoltan*
Mayday mayday mayday
The 8.40 CUDA5.5 app isn't working on my hosts.
GTX 680 / WinXPx64
GTX 780Ti / WinXPx64

EDIT: it's not working on any Windows host I've checked

EDIT2: I've suspended requesting new work, as I don't want my hosts get banned.
7) Message boards : Wish list : CPU project thoughts (Message 36494)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile Retvari Zoltan*
I also agree with having a separate credit system, but again, I think it would be best done via a separate project.

We should name it CPUGrid :)
To be a little ahead of future events (when a proper OpenCL application will come out) a third project should be created called APUGrid.
Just kidding.
But seriously the main reason I've disabled CPU work from GPUGrid is that I want to crunch for other (CPU only) projects also, and the credit comes from CPU work is negligible compared to the credit comes from GPU work. To attract more CPU crunchers, the credit comes from CPU work should be much more distinct from the credit comes from GPU work. I agree with Stoneageman: the best would be a different project for it. However I'm not sure that your infrastructure can handle the increased network traffic and data processing on your servers caused by 100000 new hosts on a new project.
8) Message boards : Number crunching : GIANNI ligand3-0-1 bad batch? (Message 36487)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile Retvari Zoltan*
I would expect these to sneak in under 12h on a GTX770 on Linux and XP (with a good setup).

You are right.
This one took 12 hours 1 minute and 41 seconds on a factory clocked (1084MHz) GTX 680 under WinXPx64.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : Really long runs (Message 36486)
Posted 1 day ago by Profile Retvari Zoltan*
Good to see some bigger WU's in calculation time.

Name e12s121_e8s78f200-GIANNI_lig3-0-1-RND5565_0
Run time 27,154.78 (7.5 hours on a GTX780Ti)
http://www.gpugrid.net/result.php?resultid=9207254

Amazing Jeremy, we have the same OS, same GPU but yours is about 1.5 hours faster then mine. I have it now running with all settings from manufacturer, so not at piece of alternation software running (AfterBurner, GPUTweak etc). Even with 69°C it will not boost the clock, however it can if I use AfterBurner to tweak.

I don't mind these long runs, as long as the project can do its work I am happy. Just what I saw on the 660, means that card is almost to slow for these "long runs". Good on the 780Ti though.

Jeremy's GTX 780Ti under Win7 is almost as fast as my slower GTX 780Ti (PCIe 2.0@4x, 2700MHz RAM clock) under WinXPx64.
I think his Core i7-4770K is overclocked to 4GHz or more, and maybe he has some faster RAM modules.
However, TJ, your Core i7-4771 is slightly slower than mine. Are you using the iGPU?
10) Message boards : Number crunching : Really long runs (Message 36477)
Posted 2 days ago by Profile Retvari Zoltan*
These "really long runs" are the ones the long queue is made for.
They live up to the term "Long runs (8-12 hours on fastest card)"
As the fastest card is the GTX 780Ti at the present time, and these workunits take ~7 hours to process on a GTX 780Ti this isn't abnormal at all.
I welcome that the project adapts the running time of the workunits to the latest GPUs. This could mean either larger molecules, longer simulation timeframe, or both at the same time.


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