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    PlayStation 3 Performance

    One PS3 averages ~228 Mnodes/sec - guessing ~20-22 T per day.

    Kill-a-watt shows 114 watts being consumed under full load.

    Enjoy the while we sit back and watch the daily output and help yourself to the

    Oh, and before I forget my manners, here is the obligatory in case I pass anyone.

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    What is that in Gnodes ?

    i.e. what numbers can be expected in the stats

    ??

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    By looking up Magnav0x's recent scores, being close to what a single PS3 unit outputs, then,
    looking at your pproxy stats, Free-DC OGR Stats and Official Stats we can come up with the following assumptions.
    ~230,000,000 nodes a sec equals ~20,000+ G per day or ~20+ T per day ...

    Anyone else have a better translation from nodes/sec for G and T per day projected output?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IronBits
    By looking up Magnav0x's recent scores, being close to what a single PS3 unit outputs, then,
    looking at your pproxy stats, Free-DC OGR Stats and Official Stats we can come up with the following assumptions.
    ~230,000,000 nodes a sec equals ~20,000+ G per day or ~20+ T per day ...

    Anyone else have a better translation from nodes/sec for G and T per day projected output?
    You are correct. You will get 19,872 Gnodes per day. Bok, that's the number you'll get on your stats.

    19,872Gnodes=0.230*3600*24

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    wow......... that is just a mind blower it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bok
    What is that in Gnodes ?
    i.e. what numbers can be expected in the stats ??
    Bok
    in ppstats, I see this formula :
    For past days: Mnodes/sec = nodes / (60*60*24) / 1,000,000
    For today: Mnodes/sec = nodes / (seconds today / (60*60*24)) / 1,000,000

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    114 Watts are very impressive for about 228 MNodes/s, impressiv!!
    For that output I'd need about 3 to 4 dualcore boxen, which need more Watts...
    How many cpu cores are working in such a box?
    Is it hard to setup a PS3 with linux?
    the-mk

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    Q6600@2.8 GHz averages ~169 Mnodes/sec, that's 14.6T per day.

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    Urm too tempting, all in a tidy little package that I may use for games/films in the future...

    1 ordered, linux install following IB's awesome guide could be tomorrow evening


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    Q6600@2.9 GHz averages ~178 Mnodes/sec, that's 15.4T per day.

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    At what cost in electricity to run 24/7?
    Go meep!
    Thanks to BlisteringSheeps help, I finally got SIMAP to run on the other processor DNET doesn't use in the PS3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IronBits View Post
    At what cost in electricity to run 24/7?
    For me it's free!!

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