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    Re: NFS@home Challenge Need Fast Ships

    Quote Originally Posted by Mumps View Post
    Hmmm, let's see. Last hour

    Anguillan Pirates 162K
    GridCoin 61K

    I think that's looking more like it should.
    Where do you get those stats? I was using the BOINCStats page for the challenge.
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    Re: NFS@home Challenge Need Fast Ships

    Quote Originally Posted by STMahlberg View Post
    Where do you get those stats? I was using the BOINCStats page for the challenge.
    Me 2, I C 70k pirates, 40k gridcoin

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    Re: NFS@home Challenge Need Fast Ships

    Looks like GridCoin stepped up the pace.

    According to BoincStats they're adding 95,758 credits per hour compared to our 55,422; not enough to close the gap but still.

    Team Name Rank Credit -1:00 -2:00 -4:00
    Anguillan Pirates 1 14,194,884 14,136,532 14,081,110 13,971,514
    Gridcoin 2 11,201,064 11,114,932 11,019,174 10,828,506
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    Re: NFS@home Challenge Need Fast Ships

    I think its all over but the crying. Unfortunately, dDM is still down so we won't be starting that one.


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    Re: NFS@home Challenge Need Fast Ships

    Just in case you were wondering...

    Team Name Total Credits Total Members
    Anguillan Pirates 14,664,936 16
    Gridcoin 12,009,168 71
    OcUK - Overclockers UK 2,468,960 5
    SETI.USA 1,198,084 14
    Planet 3DNow! 825,344 8
    L'Alliance Francophone 684,634 32
    The Scottish Boinc Team 265,728 2
    BOINC@Poland 227,144 5
    AMD Users 53,488 5
    UK BOINC Team 39,422 3
    SETI.Germany 31,832 7
    The Knights Who Say Ni! 2,018 2
    Astronomy.Ru Forum 1,040 1
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    Re: NFS@home Challenge Need Fast Ships

    I think Alez may be off on holiday with no internet access (we urged him to upgrade the firmware on his pirate com-sat link ) so I'll just say thanks for the help! If DDM ever comes back online, I'll certainly help with handing the borg their second team challenge beat down in a row.

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    Re: NFS@home Challenge Need Fast Ships

    Just to share we all had a good challenge and a lot of data has been sieved in both three applications. Per weekend I'll be helping NFS on post-processing 14e integers on my home computer while during week be sieving 14e wus with work and home machines. Need new badges...

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    Re: NFS@home Challenge Need Fast Ships

    We have a set of 750k 16e wus (lasieve5f application) to immediately start crushing and more 2M to come afterwards. Every help is appreciated.

    Go to:

    https://escatter11.fullerton.edu/nfs...subset=project

    and set:

    lasieved - app for RSALS subproject, uses less than 0.5 GB memory: no
    lasievee - work nearly always available, uses up to 0.5 GB memory: no
    lasievef - used for huge factorizations, uses up to 1 GB memory: no
    lasieve5f - used for huge factorizations, uses up to 1 GB memory: yes

    Kind Regards,

    Carlos
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