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Message 513700 - Posted: 5 Feb 2007, 20:03:51 UTC

I would like to know how other sistems (cpu+mobo+memory+O.C. or not+projects) with same CPU are crunching. Anyone with this processor?
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Message 513702 - Posted: 5 Feb 2007, 20:09:42 UTC - in response to Message 513700.  

I would like to know how other sistems (cpu+mobo+memory+O.C. or not+projects) with same CPU are crunching. Anyone with this processor?


I think you can get this info from the main Seti home page if you look up for top computers. You'll probably find a couple in there; suspect not at the top, though! ;-)

And I'll check with brother what he's running; as it's something like that. He opened a thread in here about credit in different projects, so look for a thread started by Neil Hunter, and ask him. He'll be happy to help if you have problems.

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Message 513735 - Posted: 5 Feb 2007, 21:30:50 UTC - in response to Message 513700.  

I would like to know how other sistems (cpu+mobo+memory+O.C. or not+projects) with same CPU are crunching. Anyone with this processor?


My E6300 with an MSI 975X "PUE" motherboard, 2GB Corsair DDR2-6400 XMS2 CAS5, OC'd to 2.8GHz (400MHz FSB) is good for a RAC of at least 1600 in Seti.
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Message 513753 - Posted: 5 Feb 2007, 22:02:22 UTC
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Just for the record, my E6300 is running 24/7 for a week or so by now, in stock frequencies, in a "factory overclocked" Asus P5PE-VM with 512MB of kingston's DDR400 memory. Oh, and it's running Chicken's software. And I would like to see more sistems so, please, keep posting : )...

And thanks for the ones untill now!
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Message 513995 - Posted: 6 Feb 2007, 10:30:55 UTC - in response to Message 513700.  

I would like to know how other sistems (cpu+mobo+memory+O.C. or not+projects) with same CPU are crunching. Anyone with this processor?

6300 in a Gigabyte 965 S3 and Crucial Ballistix PC6400 running 3300Mhz had a RAC of 2000 in SETI, before switching to Rosetta.
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Message 514002 - Posted: 6 Feb 2007, 11:14:38 UTC

Anybody with stock speeds?
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Message 514283 - Posted: 7 Feb 2007, 0:21:45 UTC - in response to Message 513753.  

Just for the record, my E6300 is running 24/7 for a week or so by now, in stock frequencies, in a "factory overclocked" Asus P5PE-VM with 512MB of kingston's DDR400 memory. Oh, and it's running Chicken's software. And I would like to see more sistems so, please, keep posting : )...

And thanks for the ones untill now!

You might want to consider 2 sticks of memory, it works better, and maybe DDR2.
Click on my name and look at my C2D 6600 and compare units with same claimed credit. I seem to be doing much much faster than yours.
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Message 514519 - Posted: 7 Feb 2007, 11:06:38 UTC - in response to Message 514283.  
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Just for the record, my E6300 is running 24/7 for a week or so by now, in stock frequencies, in a "factory overclocked" Asus P5PE-VM with 512MB of kingston's DDR400 memory. Oh, and it's running Chicken's software. And I would like to see more sistems so, please, keep posting : )...

And thanks for the ones untill now!

You might want to consider 2 sticks of memory, it works better, and maybe DDR2.
Click on my name and look at my C2D 6600 and compare units with same claimed credit. I seem to be doing much much faster than yours.


Yes, and my goal here is to try to determine the strongest reson for that, by gathering information about similar sistem's performaces. In your specific case, I would tend to blame your higher clock speed and twice as large cache L2 rather than the parity of the number of memory sticks... DDR2 is also a great suspect, but I can't test this because my mobo only supports DDR. My next upgrade MUST concern mobo, memory (to DDR2) and vga card (to PCI-E). And since I just bought my mobo and processor, and the "next" parts aren't really cheap, I'm afraid I'll have to get used to this performance... : (

Oh, and you haven't said if your running modified apps...
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Message 514856 - Posted: 8 Feb 2007, 5:47:48 UTC - in response to Message 514002.  

Anybody with stock speeds?


E6700 under the hood of my new machine. ASUS P5W DH MB. 2 GBytes of RAM (2 1 GByte 800 MHz DDR2 sticks, one on each memory channel). No overclocking, so 2.66 GHz. I'm still waiting to find an initial RAC number as this machine hasn't been running for 10 days yet, but after approximately 5 days of constant operation, running the stock SETI process, it has 4397 credits. That's working out to an RAC of about 880. We'll see where it actually settles in.
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Message 514943 - Posted: 8 Feb 2007, 13:19:15 UTC - in response to Message 514002.  

Anybody with stock speeds?


I wouldn't have bought it if I intended to run it at stock speeds.

This host is a C2D E6300 at 2.8GHz on Abit AW9D-max (975X) with 2x1GB DDR2 at 400MHz. It runs the 1.41 Chicken application for C2D.

It does several projects other than SETI, so don't necessarily read anything into its RAC.
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Message 514947 - Posted: 8 Feb 2007, 14:16:47 UTC

Why not is the cpu that crap thatyou cannot run it @ factory default??
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Message 514954 - Posted: 8 Feb 2007, 14:51:24 UTC

I got a C2D E6300 @ 1.8ghz running 24/7 on a WXP system. (D946GZIS mainboard, 1gb DDR2 533mhz ram) and it has a RAC around 1050 with an optimized client.
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Message 514965 - Posted: 8 Feb 2007, 15:58:41 UTC - in response to Message 514947.  

Why not is the cpu that crap thatyou cannot run it @ factory default??


C2D overclock so easily that it makes no sense to buy them and run stock unless you don't know how to do so with stability, you buy an OEM system, or the systems are for business.

I have (2) C2D E6300 1.83Ghz both OC'd at stock voltage, one at 2.8Ghz one at 3.2Ghz. The 2.8Ghz one would easily run 3.2Ghz also but is limited by ram not running any faster. RAC is about 1800 on both as I use the 3.2Ghz as a gaming system for several hours a day.
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Message 514997 - Posted: 8 Feb 2007, 18:15:23 UTC
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have a E6300 running on a abit ip-95 with 512mb ddr2 pc6400
not the best overclocking board. running suse linux.
haven't found the right chicken soup for it yet.
overclocked @ 2.00 on stock cooling. amazingly cool.

put linux on it because i never could install winblows.

ah well.....
and its still building up the rac...around 330 as of this writing.
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Message 515012 - Posted: 8 Feb 2007, 19:42:16 UTC - in response to Message 514856.  
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Anybody with stock speeds?


E6700 under the hood of my new machine. ASUS P5W DH MB. 2 GBytes of RAM (2 1 GByte 800 MHz DDR2 sticks, one on each memory channel). No overclocking, so 2.66 GHz. I'm still waiting to find an initial RAC number as this machine hasn't been running for 10 days yet, but after approximately 5 days of constant operation, running the stock SETI process, it has 4397 credits. That's working out to an RAC of about 880. We'll see where it actually settles in.


Ghery, I looked at some of your results and it looks like you might be using the default cruncher. Many of us on this forum use Simon, the Chicken of Angnor's optimized cruncher instead of the default. In my case, with PD950s, it about doubles computation speed (unless the default has been improved since mid-2006) You might consider this. Not responsible for problems or damage caused by this change or attempts. You should be able to find it by looking for his messages. I hope that Simons cruncher handles Vista. I thought it did.

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Message 515031 - Posted: 8 Feb 2007, 20:32:04 UTC - in response to Message 514943.  
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Anybody with stock speeds?


I wouldn't have bought it if I intended to run it at stock speeds.

This host is a C2D E6300 at 2.8GHz on Abit AW9D-max (975X) with 2x1GB DDR2 at 400MHz. It runs the 1.41 Chicken application for C2D.

It does several projects other than SETI, so don't necessarily read anything into its RAC.


Yes... "if" I had 6.5 times more money to spend on a mobo than what I spent on mine, I would surely also not intend to run it on stock either. But since I don't, I bought a very cheap mobo wich is useless for O.C.. By the way, that money diference alone could buy me an extra E6600... If I put my E6300 in the trade I could get a E6700... But that's just a "if", because, as I said, I don't have that money...
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Message 515695 - Posted: 10 Feb 2007, 12:33:44 UTC
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I have an E4300 1.8GHz OC @ 2.4Ghz on a Asrock 775DualVSTA mobo. Memories are 2 sticks of DDR400 and that is limiting factor. The mobo accepts also DDRII so that's my next upgrade (also it can take AGP or PCI-E videocards).
My RAC with the optimized SSE3 chicken was 1013 (almost 24/7 seti, but some gaming, browsing, video edit too). The SSSE3 (SSE4) client specific for core2duo is older and slower.
Now I am back to latest stock client because I saw some weird results on other computers running the stock version.
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Message 515836 - Posted: 10 Feb 2007, 18:17:55 UTC - in response to Message 513700.  
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I would like to know how other sistems (cpu+mobo+memory+O.C. or not+projects) with same CPU are crunching. Anyone with this processor?


Totally stock E6300 here even the stock cooler.

E6300 @ 1.86 ghz

PcChips P23G V1.0 mainboard, really El cheapo mainboard I paid 50.00$ bucks for
it LOL.

1.5 gigs of DDR 333 ram - Mismatched one is a 512 333 the other is a 1024 400.

System will sort of overclock to 2.0 ghz but questionable so I leave it stock.

System is really stable though, I'm playing games, running 2x WU's in the background and got a FTP running. It works.

I'm using one of the chicken optimized apps.

Oh yeah I'm running windows 2000 advanced server as well. I think maybe It's time to upgrade my OS, but hey it works.
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Message 516103 - Posted: 11 Feb 2007, 6:42:30 UTC - in response to Message 515836.  

smipped....

Oh yeah I'm running windows 2000 advanced server as well. I think maybe It's time to upgrade my OS, but hey it works.

If it ain't broke, don't fix it.

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Message 516604 - Posted: 12 Feb 2007, 12:19:39 UTC - in response to Message 515695.  

I have an E4300 1.8GHz OC @ 2.4Ghz on a Asrock 775DualVSTA mobo. Memories are 2 sticks of DDR400 and that is limiting factor. The mobo accepts also DDRII so that's my next upgrade (also it can take AGP or PCI-E videocards).
My RAC with the optimized SSE3 chicken was 1013 (almost 24/7 seti, but some gaming, browsing, video edit too). The SSSE3 (SSE4) client specific for core2duo is older and slower.
Now I am back to latest stock client because I saw some weird results on other computers running the stock version.


Very nice transition mobo! it's a pitty it isn't avaible here in Brazil yet. But I coudn't understand: with sse3 it was 1013. And after (or before?), with ssse3(sse4) it was worst? But this was a stock sse4 version? And now you're back using what?
thanks!
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