Posts by daniel

21) Message boards : Number crunching : computer farm (Message 506741)
Posted 21 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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i heard u can run a computer without the hd is this true and can i run from main computer lan to lan to the other comp. all i want to do is run seti on it
22) Message boards : Number crunching : donate hardware (Message 506724)
Posted 21 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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I thank You for the Offer...

Without more information it gets tougher. I would offer this explaination.

Most workstation style machines are good as a workstation. A Server type machine optimizes throughput for the system bus which allows for access to things like the network card and drives... This is normally a bit more "robust" that what you get in a workstation. Most workstation machine have issues going above 3 gig of RAM...

I already offered Eric a small Dell server that I own... Unfortuantely it really is not good enough to do the job... The failing thing would be the amount of RAM it can handle. For what is happening, the amount of RAM is a bit more critical. That allows the processess to be created and happen... Currently anything that replaces kryten or klaatu would need at least 8 gig of RAM...

So generally what is needed is a Dual Operton 270 with 8 gig of RAM (or higher)... As MultiBeam moves to Seti it could be put to the test...

If anyone wants to go investigate you can go to pricewatch.com servers and look at server hardware... If it makes your head spin, that is understandable...

I guess the bottom line is the money is needed to put together the server to replace kryten... Then salvaged items in kryten could bolster klaatu

Thank You All

Pappa


even 2 gigs would be an impovement hey where not going for gold where just going for better than what we got now and my motherboard can support 4 gigs
23) Message boards : Number crunching : Optimised S@H clients for low L2 CPUs (Message 506720)
Posted 21 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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a wu can fit in a 512 cache
24) Message boards : Number crunching : Budget Dedicated BOINC PC Build (Message 506719)
Posted 21 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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donate to seti
25) Message boards : Number crunching : donate hardware (Message 506289)
Posted 21 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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yeh i seen that 2 i figured my socket a 1900+ would be just as powerful or more than koloth if they could get some ram but i don't have a case for it thats why im not crunching with it
* koloth: Sun D220R (2 x 440MHz Sparc, 1 GB RAM)
26) Message boards : Number crunching : How to get more Seti units? (Message 506004)
Posted 20 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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what 1 core is going to complet 100 in a day
27) Message boards : Number crunching : donate hardware (Message 506001)
Posted 20 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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i already seen that page and i was just wondering since alot of the severs their using are less than 500mhz
28) Message boards : Number crunching : rac (Message 503883)
Posted 16 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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what rac do u think a 3800+ should get
29) Message boards : Number crunching : Win98SE vs WinXP (Message 503882)
Posted 16 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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i would say just stick with 98 save the money for the next computer
30) Message boards : Number crunching : donate hardware (Message 503880)
Posted 16 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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i was wondering if a socket a motherboard and mabe a 1900+cpu with matching ram would help seti
31) Message boards : Number crunching : how long (Message 503271)
Posted 15 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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first how much work do we have left
second how much longer until the new data arives
32) Message boards : Number crunching : How to get more Seti units? (Message 503268)
Posted 15 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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click on the work unit right after it downloads and suspend it a new one will be downloaded in a few seconds. but make sure all are suspended
33) Message boards : Number crunching : The Good Things Seti Users Saw in 2006 (Message 498959)
Posted 7 Jan 2007 by Profile daniel
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more credit
34) Message boards : Number crunching : Problem (Message 491502)
Posted 27 Dec 2006 by Profile daniel
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after hd gets old seek time goes up plus if it is over half full try getting a new hd and just putting os on it
35) Message boards : Number crunching : call to keyboards (Message 485909)
Posted 20 Dec 2006 by Profile daniel
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alright heres the deal i would like everyone to run there computers constant 24/7 for a mont to se how much power we can muster up
36) Message boards : Number crunching : woohoo went over 10,000 credits today! (Message 485136)
Posted 18 Dec 2006 by Profile daniel
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coming up on 20000 credits
37) Message boards : Number crunching : Science status page (Message 483059)
Posted 15 Dec 2006 by Profile daniel
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sorry it was running
38) Message boards : Number crunching : Science status page (Message 482384)
Posted 15 Dec 2006 by Profile daniel
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http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/sci_status.html
39) Message boards : Number crunching : best cruncher for under 500? (Message 482373)
Posted 14 Dec 2006 by Profile daniel
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16811145047
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16822144701
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16813131530
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16813131530
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16814121538
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16820141424
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E1681910358
for a cuncher its good, good processor could use more ram or better video card but for $511 you cant beat it for crunch times
40) Message boards : Number crunching : What kind of Motherboard/CPU/MEM/OS combo would you reccomend (Message 475863)
Posted 7 Dec 2006 by Profile daniel
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i would get a amd 3500+ it is the best bang for the buck
sorce

http://www23.tomshardware.com/cpu.html?modelx=33&model1=488&model2=496&chart=195


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