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Old 2014-02-14, 22:17   #56
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Old 2014-02-15, 00:29   #57
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I'd say 30 days sustained would be a fair definition of "sustained". On the other hand, it would be interesting to see TFLOP/s figures for the last year, or even since the inception of GIMPS.
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Old 2014-02-15, 03:49   #58
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I'd say 30 days sustained would be a fair definition of "sustained". On the other hand, it would be interesting to see TFLOP/s figures for the last year, or even since the inception of GIMPS.
*Insert Exponentional Curve Here*
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Old 2014-04-26, 17:59   #59
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Just a hair under 222 TFLOP/s at the moment.

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Old 2014-04-27, 00:32   #60
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We use this system to compute the effectiveness of our diet.

http://www.fourmilab.ch/hackdiet/www...2_4_0_4_3.html

We think it could be applied to GIMPS WRT sustained output.
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Old 2015-02-11, 08:56   #61
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GIMPS' potential 30-day computing power has broken the 600 TFLOP/s barrier. This is the expected computing power that would be attained if every computer registered to GIMPS were to sustain 100% efficiency for 30 days. Typically, GIMPS runs between 30-35% efficiency (i.e. 180-195 TFLOP/s) over a rolling 30-day interval.

The all-time highest sustained 30-day actual computing power remains ~222 TFLOP/s, achieved over the 30-day period preceding April 26, 2014. This figure corresponds to ~37% efficiency.
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Maybe I'm wrong, but it appears that the potential computing power only considers CPU, while the actual computing power also include GPU output, so they are not comparable.
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Old 2015-02-11, 12:50   #63
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Maybe I'm wrong, but it appears that the potential computing power only considers CPU, while the actual computing power also include GPU output, so they are not comparable.
I think you might be right there, when some of the big guns upload a weeks worth of GPU(s) results the curve jumps up considerably. The real question is whether manual results are counted towards the sustained throughput?
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GIMPS has just set a new record of 226+ TFLOP/s for 30-day sustained throughput.
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Old 2015-04-18, 22:33   #65
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228.5 TFLOP/s now.
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Old 2015-04-19, 16:22   #66
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Wow! 234.857 TFLOP/s sustained. This is equivalent to 40% efficiency over the last 30 days, which is the highest that I have ever seen for that reading. Efficiency for the past week is at 101%, or 281+ TFLOP/s.

Big influx of new users or big iron in the last couple of weeks, perhaps?
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