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Message boards :
Number crunching :
Are the size estimates accurate?
(Message 271)
Posted 15 Jul 2020 by TheCruelLogician Post: If you want to pretend l''m an idiot and you need to explain computer architecture and third grade mathematics to me, the least you could do is actually get your arithmetic right. I'm done here. |

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Message boards :
Number crunching :
Are the size estimates accurate?
(Message 265)
Posted 13 Jul 2020 by TheCruelLogician Post: I don't think you understood my question. The size of the computation is being reported as 3x10^16 operations. The run time for one of the work units I completed last night was 1703.89 seconds. 3x10^16 / 1703.89 = 17606.7704 operations per second. My graphics cards are physically incapable of running that fast ( 2 IPC * 1.911 GHz max boost * 3584 CUDA cores = 13698.048 operations per second, theoretical maximum), so I am wondering how accurate the estimate of the size of the work units is. |

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Message boards :
Number crunching :
Are the size estimates accurate?
(Message 260)
Posted 13 Jul 2020 by TheCruelLogician Post: doing the math of size estimate / time to complete I am coming back with a result of ~ 18 TFLOP/s or 18 TIOP/s per gpu. 1080 Ti's don't run that fast.... Is the size estimate accurate, and also, is the project floating point or integer math? |