For the guys that have no clue on the runtimes of the (more obscure) projects in PSA or are just starting in PSA..
Then you might wonder which project will give you the most crunched WU's? (and thus a bigger chance on hitting a prime).
Just made an overview based on my own results (and getting a PSA silver badge in the process ;) ).. as I could not find such an overview anywhere (or I did not look hard enough for it?).
Hopefully this is useful info to somebody ;)
- PROJECT :: Average (based on # results) :: Tasks per Day per Core
- PPSeLOW :: 165 seconds (455) :: 523.6 TpDpC
- SGS :: 1098 second (134) :: 78.7 TpDpC
- GFN32768 :: 1482 seconds (12) :: 58.2 TpDpC
- WallSunSun :: 2879 seconds (138) :: 30.0 TpDpC
- Wieferich :: 4613 seconds (134) :: 18.7 TpDpC
- SR5 :: 7621 seconds (14) :: 11.3 TpDpC
- GFN65536 :: 10103 seconds (22) :: 8.5 TpDpC
- EPS :: 14375 seconds (40) :: 6 TpDpC
- MEGA :: 20182 seconds (14) :: 4.3 TpDpC
- PRS :: 23460 seconds (27) :: 3.7 TpDpC
- 27 :: 24289 seconds (4) :: 3.6 TpDpC
- FPS :: 30964 seconds (16) :: 2.8 TpDpC
- 121 :: 35098 seconds (33) :: 2.5 TpDpC
- PSPfp :: 451854 seconds(5) :: 0.19 TpDpC (5 day average!!)
* Each average is in seconds, and resembles the runtime for 1 task on 1 core at 100% cpu time. Note that all task are run with HyperThreading ENABLED.
If this would be disabled then the averages would be significant lower.
This overview only gives insight in how project relate to each other
All test were performed in January 2012
Host specs: Core i7 860 @2.8GHz (stock); no AVX; hyperthreading Enabled; Windows 7 Professional; PRPnet 5.0.4; Intel Postville SSD .
PRPnet applications are managed by PSP-runner, developed by DigiK-oz ( http://digik-oz.nl/dcPSP.aspx ).
This application manages the CPU-affinity (1 process to 1 Core) and removes all the dos-boxes.
Stats for each PRP-project, see http://u-g-f.de/PRPNet/
for PSPfp see http://tools.1up.no/psp/stats/
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