Were they running F@H?

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Re: Were they running F@H?

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that is Summit, IBM's supercomputer. It is a different project. One of the F@H researcher did talk about it during the AMA
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Re: Were they running F@H?

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Fun fact: Summit currently sits at around 150 petaFLOPS from 2.4 million cores. A couple months ago, Folding@home was at about 95 petaFLOPS. This project is now at 958 x86-petaFLOPS from 2.97 million CPU cores and 270,000 GPUs. https://stats.foldingathome.org

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Jesse_V wrote:Fun fact: Summit currently sits at around 150 petaFLOPS from 2.4 million cores. A couple months ago, Folding@home was at about 95 petaFLOPS. This project is now at 958 x86-petaFLOPS from 2.97 million CPU cores and 270,000 GPUs. https://stats.foldingathome.org

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Things can get really interesting when we reach a few exaflops. Imagine the science that can be done!
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Jesse_V wrote:Fun fact: Summit currently sits at around 150 petaFLOPS from 2.4 million cores. A couple months ago, Folding@home was at about 95 petaFLOPS. This project is now at 958 x86-petaFLOPS from 2.97 million CPU cores and 270,000 GPUs. https://stats.foldingathome.org

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Just curious, how do you get those numbers from the stats? Can't find anything about FLOPS or number of processors anywhere.
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It's on the last tab (OS): https://stats.foldingathome.org/os
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ah, thanks. Unfortunately that tab does not seem to load for me. I only see the description, but no results.
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Screenshot from a few minutes ago:

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Cheers!

Almost a billion billion FLOPS. Amazing.
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Re: Were they running F@H?

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… and three days later current Total showing 767,977 TFLOPS and 1,554,728 x86 TFLOPS
2x Xeon E5-2697v3, 512GB DDR4 LRDIMM, SSD Raid, W10-Ent, Quadro K420
Xeon E3-1505Mv5, 32GB DDR4, NVME, W10-Pro, Quadro M1000M
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