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Guru
7th August 2000, 14:14
are you curently runing SETI on? Here's mine:

P3 Katmai 450@558 CLI
P3 Katmai 500@530 GUI
2xP2 266 CLI

2 of my friends will soon be joining me with
a P3 Copermine 700 and a P3 Copermine 850! http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif
(But they do not run SETI 24/7) http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/frown.gif

And for the "old-timers" I curently have a P100 and I will soon ad a P133.

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Sisyfos
7th August 2000, 14:37
P3 Coppermine 750@1005 CLI 24/7
P2 Deschutes 350@350 CLI (formerly oldtimers] 24/7
2x P2 Deschutes 300@300 CLI 24/7
P3 Coppermine 650@806 CLI 24/7

[This message has been edited by Sisyfos (edited 08 August 2000).]

Ees
7th August 2000, 23:06
See this thread (http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/Forum12/HTML/000114.html) for more info.

The reason I've slowed down is that the three quad-Xeon machines are heavily used at the moment. That probably won't change in the near future, so expect Breezer to take the number 1 spot in a few weeks...

Martin

MegaManX4
7th August 2000, 23:33
Here is an updated list of my comps:

Thunderbird 700@892
K6-2 350@400
P2 Klamath 233@266
Celeron 333@416
Celeron 333
1x Celeron 450
1x Celeron 300A
1x P2-400

Mega

paulcs
8th August 2000, 00:08
Oh good. We're taking inventory again:

P3 700 @ 931 CLI
P3 600E @ 800 CLI
P3 550E @ 733 CLI
P3 Katmai 600 @ 600 CLI
P3x2 Katmai 500 @ 515 CLI
K7 TBird 700 @ 700 CLI

I wonder what GrnlData is using. Eighty-four WU's in 24 hours.

Paul
paulcs@flashcom.net

paulcs
8th August 2000, 00:17
I just saw what GrnlData is running.

Good heavens!

Paul
paulcs@flashcom.net

Guru
8th August 2000, 02:28
Originally posted by paulcs:
I just saw what GrnlData is running.

Good heavens!

Paul
paulcs@flashcom.net

What is he using?

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Pace
8th August 2000, 05:12
Yes, do tell!

And as for me:
P2-350, 256Mb, Win2k, CLI 24/7 (used)
P3-500, 128Mb, Win2k, CLI 24/7 (free)
P120, 16Mb, Win95, CLI 24/7 (free)
P166, 32Mb, Debian, CLI 24/7 (used)
P3-450, 128Mb, 98SE, GUI (used)
Online when I get some hard drives:
P120@166, 32Mb, Win95, CLI 24/7 (free)
Some 486s...

And the GUI one takes 19 hours to do a unit - bah! Need to get this one on CLI...

Paul.

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Mr D. Ackerot
8th August 2000, 08:32
P3 Katmai 450@600 CLI 2.4

I really need a new machine http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif

/Daniel

Assimilator1
8th August 2000, 12:24
Home

Cel 366 @ 550 CLi 24/7
PII 233 @ 280 CLi 24/7
Athlon 700 Cli 24/7 (About to lose it)

Friends ,family etc

PII 333 @ 375 GUI 24/7
PII 350 @ 392 GUI
PIII 550 GUI 24/7
PII 266 GUI
K6-2 380 @ 374 GUI

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I guess I won't recruit for my team here ;) Team Anandtech

paulcs
8th August 2000, 13:00
Guru, he lists the specs of his various machines here (http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/Forum12/HTML/000114.html). It's the same link Martin posted.

Just scroll down.

Paul
paulcs@flashcom.net

Pace
8th August 2000, 14:07
How did I miss that? In my own thread too!

So then he (GnrlData) has got 16 Xeon 550s, 4 P3-700s and 6 Xeon 500s. This gives a combined total of almost 15GHz.

Ees has got about 8GHz (potentially http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif!).

PaulCS has got almost 5GHz.

Breezer is too complicated to work out! 1.5GHz 24/7 + 4GHz evenings & weekends + another 40 PCs 24/7 some of the time!

I'm now up to 1GHz - and upto 1.5 at times, hmm, feeling insignificant people?

Though as Martin pointed out elsewhere it's MURCs insignificants that make a big help to the team! TA has bigger big guns bit less people like us! Does that help http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif?

Paul.

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Guru
8th August 2000, 15:10
Pace! You will put those 486s in the "old-timers" account? http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif

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Ees
9th August 2000, 00:32
Originally posted by Ees:
expect Breezer to take the number 1 spot in a few weeks...

s/weeks/days/;

http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif Martin

Pace
9th August 2000, 06:42
Yea, Guru, I might! Anyone got some hard drives they want to donate http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif?

Also, how'd you get the html sig? Do you just paste it in or something?

Paul.

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[This message has been edited by Pace (edited 09 August 2000).]

agallag
9th August 2000, 14:29
I've been chugging along with a lone P2-350 for quite some time now, running 24/7. Still hanging on to the top 60 with a death grip though :-). I will be getting my new P3-650 ThinkPad on monday (starting a new job, getting new toys), so I'll be cranking out about double the WUs starting next week. I won't be able to run the laptop 24/7 obviously, because it'll be off during my commute, etc.

There's a chance I'll get to pop the client onto as many as 5 Compaq Proliant ML530s each with dual P3-800s in them (that'd be an extra 8GHz, sweeet). There is a Netware version right? I may not get that permission though. We'll see.

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ScooterX
9th August 2000, 21:58
PIII 650@910 formerly 300a@450(only 2hrs quicker?)
PIII 600@744
Athlon 500
Athlon 500
Athlon 600
All running CLI. Not full time(too much Diablo2)

Pace
10th August 2000, 13:41
Hi ScooterX, do you see me just below you in the rankings? I've got almost all my machines up and running trying to keep up with you - and I've just saw what you are running! Do you see what I am running? I don't know how I'm still keeping up http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif!

(btw, I am 'pace3000')

Paul.

ScooterX
11th August 2000, 12:33
Hi Pace, I see that you are closing in on me http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/frown.gif I hope once the summer is over that I can start moving up the ladder a little faster. http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif btw, does anyone know how to get Seti CLI to shutdown automatically when windows98 shuts down? I could run Seti on a couple more computers if it wasn't such a pain.

Rattledagger
11th August 2000, 15:12
Doesn't the seti-client automatically stop then you shuts down win98???
It does in win2k, and I haven't got win98 so I can't test it.

Guru
11th August 2000, 15:17
As far as I know there is no way to get the Seti CLI to shutdown automatically when windows98 shuts down! http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/frown.gif But you could allways change to NT or w2k! http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

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breezer
12th August 2000, 03:19
Back from my hols in sunny skegness.
Can't believe that my machines at work are still running after a week (no one has turned them off).
There should be at this time (all 24*7),
23 p3-450
2 p2-400
6 Athlon 650
1 p3-733
1 k6-450
1 Cyrix p300 (I'm not bothered about my average only total units)

Next week I'll try to get another 30 p3-333 machines on-line (as a test of their reliability) as they have just been upgraded to win 98.

In september all the machines will be returned to their rightful owners and I won't be able to crunch on them.

Sunburned breezer http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

NauTiLUS
13th August 2000, 22:26
Oh everyone is sooo fast? :-)

I've this machines at work:

3 Cel400@400 Win98 cmdline
1 Cel466@466 Win98 cmdline
1 Dual PII400@400 SCO Unix cmdline

When I will get some more space in my room I will install 15 more Cel466 :-)

Ees
13th August 2000, 23:25
Breezer,

That is great! Too bad you won't be able to keep the machines doing seti...

You should pass me today or tomorrow.

Martin

breezer
14th August 2000, 05:54
I'm going back on holiday http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif, just got into work and its a construction yard, not even got a phone.
Will have be back next week though.

HedsSpaz
14th August 2000, 07:40
Ok, lets see here:

Athlon Classic 650@650 256 PC133(working on stabley OCing it)
PII 350@350 128 PC100

(when I can snag the time from them)
2 x PII 333@333 128RAM(ea.)

(more rarely when I can snag the time)
PIII 700 128PC100
2 x PIII 600 128PC100

working for OldTimers: (soon, I hope)
486DX 66 20MB RAM
P120 32MB RAM
K6-2 350@400 64MB RAM

Guru
15th August 2000, 13:38
To make the e seti-client automatically stop when you shut down win98!

Open up explorer ,go to
Windows
System
Find conagent.exe
Right click
Properties
Miscellanous
Uncheck termination
Apply

Thx to Assimilator1. Hehe!

edit sorry!
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[This message has been edited by Guru (edited 15 August 2000).]

ScooterX
16th August 2000, 10:49
Thanks Guru! and Assim1.

I should be able to get a couple more comps on, now that it doesn't interfere with Windows98 http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif
Pace....I plan to leave you way behind me lol
here's hoping

Liquid Snake
16th August 2000, 16:37
Well,

P3-750@825, 256MB PC133 running CLI
P166MMX, 32MB PC66 running CLI for old-timers
P133, 16MB EDO running CLI for old-timers

Unfair, I wish I had more machines. Actually there are two more machines in the house (P3-550, Celeron 466), but they are not mine, and I doubt the stubborn owners would let me use them. Also, I'm too young to work, so I don't have any "machines at work" to use.

Jeff
16th August 2000, 20:16
Here it is:

Dual PII 333's running 2 Command Lines as NT Services with SETI Spy to monitor - 24/7.

PII 400 at work using cliet 15/5 + 24/2.

JP

Mr D. Ackerot
18th August 2000, 14:44
I have made an upgrade, changed my P!!!450@600 to a P!!!650E@866 http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/biggrin.gif

Let's crunch some WU's in sub 6 hours!

/Daniel

Guru
18th August 2000, 18:05
Mr D. Ackerot! i do mine in sub 4! http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif HEHEHEHEHEHHE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Mr D. Ackerot
18th August 2000, 23:23
Update I now run the P!!!650@930MHz still at 1.65 V http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

My crappy ram wont do 143MHz FSB and CAS 2.

Is it worth upgrading to better ram?

/Daniel

Guru
19th August 2000, 03:33
Yes! http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

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Assimilator1
20th August 2000, 16:57
Mr D. Ackerot

Are you sure its the RAM? ,if you have a VIA 133A chipset (eg Asus P3V4X) ,then it could be the clock Gen getting too hot .Many people have gone over the 140MHz area by adding a heatsink/fan to this chip

Mr D. Ackerot
21st August 2000, 05:13
Assimilator1: No I'm running an old reliable BX-board and 143 MHz FSB is ok (G400MAX http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/biggrin.gif) it will boot at 148 and pass the memory test...

My last four WU has been done in sub 5hrs http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif I wonder how much a ram that can do 222 (I'm now running at 333 http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/frown.gif ) could reduce my WU time.

/Daniel

Guru
22nd August 2000, 02:21
Originally posted by Mr D. Ackerot:
Assimilator1: No I'm running an old reliable BX-board and 143 MHz FSB is ok (G400MAX http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/biggrin.gif) it will boot at 148 and pass the memory test...

My last four WU has been done in sub 5hrs http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif I wonder how much a ram that can do 222 (I'm now running at 333 http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/frown.gif ) could reduce my WU time.

/Daniel

Runig at 133MHz FSB CAS2 is often faster than 140+MHz CAS3! http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif
BTW try the beta it will lower your average times to under 4h!

Guru



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Guru
25th August 2000, 14:48
Updated list
24/7
P3 Katmai 450@558 CLI
P3 Katmai 500@530 GUI
2xP2 266 CLI
Celeron 366@550 GUI (friend)
P3 Copermine 850@995 (friend)

sometimes
P3 Copermine 700@993 (friend)

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DentyCracker
25th August 2000, 17:07
***NO INTERNET AT HOME GRRRRRRR***
but Compaq iPAQ at work 500 MHz coppermine 128 MB RAM on 24-7 with a 25 WU cache. I don't bother running seti at home on the K6-2 500 as it just reminds me that I have ***NO INTERNET AT HOME GRRRRRRR***
but seriously if it is going to be so inconvenient to send off the results the machine had better be fast enough. Poor excuse really but when I get ***drool*** 700 Duron and ABIT KT7 next week ***drool*** i'll be running seti at home again.

agallag
29th August 2000, 10:12
Updated list:

1x P2-350/100MHz 512K cache 64MB Ram (Home)
1x Thinkpad 600x P3-650/100MHz 256K 256MB (Work laptop)
1x Thinkpad 570E P3-500/100MHz 512K 128MB (spare work laptop)
2x Compaq ML530 P3Xeon800/133MHz 256K 512MB (work servers, I may add a few more of these)

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MegaManX4
29th August 2000, 13:09
updated list:
Thunderbird 700@892
K6-2+ 500@560(112x5), formerly was a K6-2 350@400
P2 Klamath 233@266
Celeron 333@416
Celeron 333
1x Celeron 450
1x Celeron 300A
1x P2-400

Mega

cjolley
29th August 2000, 13:16
Work machine: PIII 850
Running screensaver w/ graphics on so I won't turn it off accidentaly in the morning. http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/frown.gif

Home machine: see sig
Running screensaver with graphics off.

chuck


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ABit BF6, P3-650@923, 256mb@142cas3, 10gb IBM@7200, SB Live Value@3.0, Pioneer 104s DVD, Mitsumi CDRW@2x2x8, Acatel 1000 ADSL@1.5mb/sec, Linksys EtherFast NIC, LG 995e, USB mouse,Matrox G400 MAX!!!! :D

Electric Amish
29th August 2000, 14:48
I run on my P3-733 at work 24/7. That 133mhz bus just eats up the WU's. I wish it was that fast in everything. http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

At home I run on an Athlon 700@740 and a Celeron 300a@464. They don't run 24/7, though.

amish