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Message 18673 - Posted: 14 Apr 2009, 15:29:45 UTC - in response to Message 18644.  

Thank you Ice and keep up the good work:)

For you Berserk_Tux no problem ;)


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Message 18674 - Posted: 14 Apr 2009, 15:31:51 UTC - in response to Message 18620.  

I'd forgotten about that. Thank you very much Misfit for that additional link - 10/10 for the site name. (Godaddy is great - I get free hosting ;)

Of course creditsathome.com is easier to remember. :P (Provided someone stops having GoDaddy fantasies.)




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Message 18675 - Posted: 14 Apr 2009, 15:37:45 UTC - in response to Message 18567.  

Okay, I have mine up now as well.

I borrowed a bit from Ice on the design since a table is the best for all the different apps.

http://www.arkayn.us/milkyway/index.html

Borrow away if it helps the forum out. Let's face it, the more help we give each other the better.

I also included the OSX app that jedirock made.

I don't know about this, don't understand it at all, so I'll leave this for you to host arkayn ;)


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Message 18676 - Posted: 14 Apr 2009, 15:40:57 UTC - in response to Message 18561.  
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I am setting up a new domain for zslip.com which should come on line within the next 24 to 48 hours.

I will not be setting up a "UK mirror" since others are setting up alternate download resources and I have no wish to duplicate my efforts unecessarilly. It will just be zslip.com and no other site.

In the mean time I have this temporary resource in place;

http://3rd.in/zslip


Great job, thanks. It's great to see the resource back up so quickly on a holiday weekend, when others are still either talking about it or being critical of the fact you are just as able to make mistakes or have problems as the rest of us :)

Thanks again :)

Thanks Debs. I'll leave a copy of zslip on my Indian site for a while, just in case the sky falls in again ;)

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Message 19115 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 23:06:40 UTC

Also from me thanx for those helping the community by hosting these optimized apps or creating them for us, i love you guys :D
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Message 19129 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 23:54:40 UTC
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Just want to say thanks ICE for all you do. I know I mentioned your name earlier in this subject but as I said before you do have alot of very good input and help to the project. I hope you can understand why I posted what I did.
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Message 19150 - Posted: 17 Apr 2009, 4:00:28 UTC - in response to Message 19129.  

Just want to say thanks ICE for all you do. I know I mentioned your name earlier in this subject but as I said before you do have alot of very good input and help to the project. I hope you can understand why I posted what I did.
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Thanks Randy, no problem ;) Ni!


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Message 19232 - Posted: 17 Apr 2009, 20:42:11 UTC - in response to Message 18676.  

I have this temporary resource in place;

http://3rd.in/zslip

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I'll leave a copy of zslip on my Indian site for a while, just in case the sky falls in again ;)

The above link is now a redirect to zslip.com. I have started to update zslip pending the the arrival of 'home for GPUs', although who knows what will be needed outside of the MilkyWay forums.


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Message 19243 - Posted: 17 Apr 2009, 22:49:59 UTC - in response to Message 19232.  

I have this temporary resource in place;

http://3rd.in/zslip

<snip>

I'll leave a copy of zslip on my Indian site for a while, just in case the sky falls in again ;)

The above link is now a redirect to zslip.com. I have started to update zslip pending the the arrival of 'home for GPUs', although who knows what will be needed outside of the MilkyWay forums.

*ahem* zslip is so difficult to remember... ;)
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Message 19247 - Posted: 17 Apr 2009, 23:04:24 UTC - in response to Message 19243.  
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I have this temporary resource in place;

http://3rd.in/zslip

<snip>

I'll leave a copy of zslip on my Indian site for a while, just in case the sky falls in again ;)

The above link is now a redirect to zslip.com. I have started to update zslip pending the the arrival of 'home for GPUs', although who knows what will be needed outside of the MilkyWay forums.

*ahem* zslip is so difficult to remember... ;)

I expect some would remember creditsathome.com much more easily :)

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Message 19250 - Posted: 17 Apr 2009, 23:38:45 UTC - in response to Message 19247.  

I have this temporary resource in place;

http://3rd.in/zslip

<snip>

I'll leave a copy of zslip on my Indian site for a while, just in case the sky falls in again ;)

The above link is now a redirect to zslip.com. I have started to update zslip pending the the arrival of 'home for GPUs', although who knows what will be needed outside of the MilkyWay forums.

*ahem* zslip is so difficult to remember... ;)

I expect some would remember creditsathome.com much more easily :)

I certainly would. :D

You'll have to start an optimized thread at the GPU project when they open the forums. Right now only team threads can be created.
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Message 19561 - Posted: 19 Apr 2009, 16:39:04 UTC

Do these work on a HD3650?

thanks!
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Message 19574 - Posted: 19 Apr 2009, 17:36:14 UTC - in response to Message 19561.  

Do these work on a HD3650?

thanks!


As far as the conventional wisdom goes, NO.

You need either the HD38xx or the HD48xx graphics cards.

Some other person my be able to demonstrate that the HD3650 has the necessary double precision capability to run the 0.19e MW GPU client, but I don't think so.
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Message 19637 - Posted: 20 Apr 2009, 5:18:34 UTC

Now if I can get some work on the Quad, I can see how fast I can crunch a unit on the 4830 that is in there.
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Message 19654 - Posted: 20 Apr 2009, 10:00:35 UTC
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lol i haven't seen work for a while now but seems some units trickle over to my machine sometimes :D
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Message 21583 - Posted: 8 May 2009, 2:12:22 UTC - in response to Message 10456.  

I need some help please. This is my cpu according to PC Wizard 2008 you will notice it says my Intel P4 has the SSE3 feature. But when I fire up the BOINC Client it says nothing about SSE3.

Up until now I have been running WinXP Home SP3 32Bit and no problems with your opti-app, I guess because your Win 32bit ver 0.19 is kind of a "one size fits all" app and is good for SSE2 or SSE3.

But now, I have set up my machine to dual boot and the new OS is Linux Ubuntu 9.04 64Bit. I already tried your 0.18d mkII for Linux 64Bit but that gave me errors. So now I'm trying to figure out which Linux opti-app to try. Can you advise which app I should use for Linux 64Bit SSE2 ?
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Message 21597 - Posted: 8 May 2009, 9:01:04 UTC

I think I recall that BOINC only lists the features that the OS recognises. For some reason XP doesn't report SSE3, so neither does BOINC. The Prescot line of P4s has SSE3.
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Message 21609 - Posted: 8 May 2009, 12:42:53 UTC
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Linux Ubuntu 9.04 64Bit

Have you checked if all library files needed are present on that machine.
When you use a (64 bit) machine does not mean its not in need of some libraries.
Most common mistake made is not installing the 32 bit needed files, since most projects are just running as 32 bit application under linux.
To be honest its not only a mistake made with linux ;)
On most 64 bits os people forget 6 out of 10 that their projects are in fact 32 bits applications made to run on 64 bits os.
There are only a few real 64 bits applications which really make use of it, and most of them have a little more performance over their 32 bit siblings
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Message 21613 - Posted: 8 May 2009, 14:22:29 UTC

I think I recall that BOINC only lists the features that the OS recognises. For some reason XP doesn't report SSE3, so neither does BOINC. The Prescot line of P4s has SSE3.


GG is correct. I have a number of P4's that can run SSE3 but are only reported as SSE2 capable. However, the performance difference between the two opti apps is very small, and in day to day terms can be discounted.
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Message 21616 - Posted: 8 May 2009, 14:45:06 UTC - in response to Message 21613.  

I think I recall that BOINC only lists the features that the OS recognises. For some reason XP doesn't report SSE3, so neither does BOINC. The Prescot line of P4s has SSE3.


GG is correct. I have a number of P4's that can run SSE3 but are only reported as SSE2 capable. However, the performance difference between the two opti apps is very small, and in day to day terms can be discounted.


Thanks for the replies, but you haven't answered my question. Which opti-app should I be using then for 64Bit SSE2 ?
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