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Mark Reiss
 
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2009-06-04 11:38:00

Hi all: My primary system is a intel quad core Q6600. I have been running WCG and generally have less than 2,000 points per day - what is the best project to run - to get the most points/day?

-- Mark Reiss
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2009-06-04 13:40:02
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Mark Reiss wrote:
Hi all: My primary system is a intel quad core Q6600. I have been running WCG and generally have less than 2,000 points per day - what is the best project to run - to get the most points/day?

-- Mark Reiss



Mark:

To really make some points, you should consider GPU crunching.

. . . as far as the individual projects, check out this link.

. . . but you will probably tire quickly of the drama and poorly run projects and return to WCG.


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2009-06-04 14:11:21

Sid2 wrote:


Mark:

To really make some points, you should consider GPU crunching.



I agree with Sid, this is my experience after recently starting to crunch with a gpu.


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2009-06-16 04:34:53
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Sid2 wrote:

. . . but you will probably tire quickly of the drama and poorly run projects and return to WCG.


I have to disagree, there are PLENTY of projects out there that pay good w/o any issues what-so-ever.

I have had excellent luck with PrimeGrid. ABC will pay great on your Q6600 if your using a 64 bit OS. and Aqua runs great and very stable also. All 3 of these projects are simple to attach and crunch with out any special instructions needed.



***However like both have said before me...

GPU crunching is where the credits really are. If you want no headaches and 99% work availability I would recommend GPUGRID
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2009-06-17 05:51:33

Yeah, and WCG plays so nice with BAM!
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2009-06-19 04:25:25

If you are just interested in Credits per Day you should run "PrimeGrid 312 Prime Search Sieve" it make 30/1000 Credits per Second on my Q9650 with 3.6GHz.
Milkyway@Home with an optimized client make between 20 and 40 /1000 CpS.
ABC and AQUA ~25/1000 CpS.
Einstein, Seti, WCG and so on are only at ~5/1000 CpS :-(
Have a N.I.C.E. day!

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