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    3XXX Projects

    This is what I think of 3XXX projects:

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    what the heck is that?
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    Something to do with folding. It's a classification of a WU I think.

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    I hate these too! But if they're the ones I think they are...I haven't gotten one for months.....

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    SMP projects:

    3062 p3062_lambda5_99sb
    3064 p3064_lambda5_2003
    3065 p3065_lambda5_99sb_big

    They take me about 40 Hrs. to complete.
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    It all boils down to points/hours folding. Evidently, for these WUs that ratio is low. Honestly, I'm not sure why Pande lab sends out WUs this large. If a 24/7 farm takes 40 hrs to complete them, how could any "average" folder get them done on time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leganfuh View Post
    SMP projects:

    3062 p3062_lambda5_99sb
    3064 p3064_lambda5_2003
    3065 p3065_lambda5_99sb_big

    They take me about 40 Hrs. to complete.
    Good thing I almost always get 2665s


    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenix View Post
    It all boils down to points/hours folding. Evidently, for these WUs that ratio is low. Honestly, I'm not sure why Pande lab sends out WUs this large. If a 24/7 farm takes 40 hrs to complete them, how could any "average" folder get them done on time?
    Agreed. I was having trouble finishing some of them on my 2GHz C2D laptop, so I started running it 24/7 instead of just overnight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenix View Post
    It all boils down to points/hours folding. Evidently, for these WUs that ratio is low. Honestly, I'm not sure why Pande lab sends out WUs this large. If a 24/7 farm takes 40 hrs to complete them, how could any "average" folder get them done on time?
    Nehalem.

    I'll need to see more details, but they are looking to complete in about 32-34h on my 3.2GHz i7 rig. And that's w/ 2 running side-by-side.
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    I was expecting quicker... 15% quicker...

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    Quote Originally Posted by arisythila View Post
    I was expecting quicker... 15% quicker...

    Well, the machine IS at a clock speed disadvantage.
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