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    Here's a SETI time to beat

    Ran this on a server at work, not even a fast server....dunno what kind it was, but I had someone try it on SETI for a few minutes:




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    P4 2.8@4.0 dual R134A phase change chillers with 600watt thermoelectric array. Capable of -70F
    Nixie tube numeric display control panel and pneumatic motherboard tray.

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    AAAAAAACCCCCKKKKKKKK!!!!

    hmmm... do you think i'd get arrested and booted out of school if i "borrowed" the CS departmental servers for a bit? how about if i asked nicely? (j00 B33n 0wN3D!)



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    Hey, our S80's running AIX 4.3 will do a WU in ~70 mins per CPU

    450Mhz, 64-bit copper Processors.
    But there is NO WAY I could run SETI on that machine without being shot dead.

    I take it that Server was a PIII/XEON machine? Because thats a pretty rocking time for an x86 form what I have seen...if not its just about the best time I have seen any proof of.


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    one thing to consider though is that on my computer, the first percentage point or two is way off in determining overall completion rate...when i first start a WU, the monitoring program reports that it will be done in like 3-4 hrs but as the percentage gets above 2-3% it gets much more accurate.
    I'm NOT saying you are wrong, I don't want to start a flame war, i just wanted to bring it up.

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    I could only have it running SETI for about 2 minutes, the server was being moved and was being 'tested' while it was offline.
    P4 2.8@4.0 dual R134A phase change chillers with 600watt thermoelectric array. Capable of -70F
    Nixie tube numeric display control panel and pneumatic motherboard tray.

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    Hey, I want one of those! And yeah, the first 2% goes real fast (as does the last few) ... I only wish I could sustain it!

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