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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/04 09:07:48 (permalink)
    I don't know but I applaud the effort

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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/04 09:13:27 (permalink)
    serious PPD  - with 18 active clients ?
     
    https://stats.foldingathome.org/donor/Jobber
     
    Active clients (within 50 days) 18
    Active clients (within 7 days) 18

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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/04 13:10:08 (permalink)
    I am thinking it is a DGX-2
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/04 16:27:51 (permalink)
    that active client count is too low... because that would mean a single processing core GPU or otherwise is doing over 15 million PPD! and they are doing over 2,000 WU per day...
     


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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/04 17:03:35 (permalink)
    Maybe a whole lot of Folders Folding under the Same Username and Pass Key.
    post edited by bcavnaugh - 2019/08/04 17:13:09


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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/04 17:11:14 (permalink)
    a "whole lot" as in 18 people? something is fishy here at a hardware lvl.


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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/04 18:49:07 (permalink)
    just was informed about this page https://stats.foldingathome.org/team/235292

     
    it has this site linked as their team URL https://getjobber.com/


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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/05 15:43:00 (permalink)
    Yeah, I found it out too,
    Even with Titan RTX cards, he couldn't have gotten that much.
    BTW, He runs only runs 8 GPUs.
    He recently switched over to Linux, hence the higher PPD count.
    Also, he's running 1x CPU.
    His turnover rate is about 1 hour and 20 minutes per WU. That's about 66% faster than my 2080 RTX Tis
     
    https://apps.foldingathome.org/cpu?&q=jobber

    I can only conclude he must be stinking rich, and own an exotic card (like 2 entire TITAN RTX servers(4) , dumped under a continuous flow of liquid nitrogen).
    I see no other way to even get close to that score.. Perhaps they're running some test platforms from Nvidia themselves...
    Might be interesting, if this is the new Nvidia technology.

    There have been few who got 100-200M PPD, but stayed under the radar, due to only folding for <2 days.
    post edited by ProDigit - 2019/08/05 15:58:46
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/05 15:47:13 (permalink)
    do you think he has just got F@H to work with linked GPUs as 1 processor or is this some super computer non consumer grade hardware they are running?


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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/05 15:50:14 (permalink)
    I'm thinking it's Nvidia deep learning research...
    I know Nvidia is more and more entering the market with AI, and what better way than to test it on folding.
    If the hardware is affordable (sub $5k) it might be worth it with those scores!
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/05 22:09:21 (permalink)
    Seems like he aimed for 1 billion points.
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/06 04:17:31 (permalink)
    With those stats it has to be a custom nvidia server. One of the DGx servers or workstation makes the most sense. That or a super computer node they are testing.

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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/06 04:44:49 (permalink)
    DGX-2 are 250K and up.  But remember when DGX came out someone at NVIDIA caught our eye and ran it for about a month.
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/06 05:33:53 (permalink)
    Jobber’s hourly production is 0 for the last few hours. His/Her daily output was akin to my entire monthly production. O.o

      <- Clickable link to my Main PC Specs
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/06 05:54:04 (permalink)


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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/07 12:43:48 (permalink)
    bcavnaugh
    https://getjobber.com/
    I wonder!

    With those specs, I doubt he's just running a software company.
    Has to be hardware. Even the newest 32core 64 thread Xeon servers don't get this high in scores.
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/16 15:46:39 (permalink)
    we got a new odd ball.
     
    https://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/user_summary.php?s=&u=830126
    https://stats.foldingathome.org/donor/34678823
     
    this single user has about 8,000 clients, folding@EVGA has ~1,500, and he has done over 100, 000, 000 PPD over the last 24 hours.


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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/16 17:08:50 (permalink)
    Oddball indeed. Has at least 500 active cpu cores. Linux.
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/16 17:48:43 (permalink)
    Sounds like a mining farm turned folder.

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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/17 07:43:10 (permalink)
    https://stats.foldingathome.org/donor/s3vams3rr1sd
     
     
    Corp admin run amuck ?  ... I would doubt anyone owns that many units unless they own the business that would support such a large investment & electric bill

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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/18 04:27:22 (permalink)
    No, this is a new cryptocurrency like CureCoin. Check this user's team: banano.cc
    It's a website.



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    post edited by Cool GTX - 2019/08/18 05:52:07
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/18 05:26:45 (permalink)
    Porkey
    No, this is a new cryptocurrency like CureCoin. Check this user's team: (redacted)
    It's a website.

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    And this sounds like an advert..
     
     

    Intel 9900k
    Alphacool Eisbaer 420 CPU cooler
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/18 05:45:20 (permalink)
    temp locking for review
     
    unlocking
     
     
    Yes, I know of team: banano.cc
     
    Still that is a very large number of machines/GPU/CPU ? - Someone made quite the investment  7,998 Clients --> lets Call it an Even 8K clients
     
    --->   @$300 per client x 8000 clients = initial investment of ---> $2.4 Million


    Active clients (within 50 days)  7998 
    Active clients (within 7 days)   7998
     
     
     
    post edited by Cool GTX - 2019/08/18 05:53:18

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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/18 06:13:09 (permalink)
    Sorry guys, not an advert - just a random internet user. I noticed the user's team was a URL and tried it. The hashtag was just a humorous/jibberish thing I thought of when I saw the thread title, and I felt like posting it.

    First post, too. Thanks for the warm welcome. I see you guys are about as friendly as Razer's dev team.
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/18 06:59:10 (permalink)
    Porkey
    Sorry guys, not an advert - just a random internet user. I noticed the user's team was a URL and tried it. The hashtag was just a humorous/jibberish thing I thought of when I saw the thread title, and I felt like posting it.

    First post, too. Thanks for the warm welcome. I see you guys are about as friendly as Razer's dev team.


     
    I thought you were just inactive & Not a New member ..... joined 11/07/15 .... 1 post ?
     
    Congrats on your First Post 



    That was just a heads up & Not a full blown Warning
     
    We Post it in the thread as a General reminder to All who look through these threads

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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/18 07:21:22 (permalink)
    Cool GTX
    Congrats on your First Post 

    Yeah, the hashtag thing was just my sense of humor. I don't even know or care if it was a real hashtag. Me and a buddy of mine had an inside joke of creating hashtags of "Get[adjective]'d" in high school.
    I made my first post thinking I was contributing something to the thread, noticed it was my first post and decide to add something quirky as a cheer. I come back, my post has been censored, I get a user accusing me of advertising and the thread had been locked for review. I knew the F@H community was unwelcoming, but I feel pretty attacked by getting the thread temporarily locked.
    I just thought, "Why didn't bcavnaugh and Chris21010 get warnings for linking to a website?"
    transdogmifier
     
    And this sounds like an advert..

     With a welcome like that, I don't think I'll be back.

    Now, back on "topic."
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/20 06:55:47 (permalink)
    Banano is a cryptocurrency community and site, which for a while offered FAH PPD as an alternative to bitcoins.
    For a while they were just under folding coin.
    Most members are back to mining now.

    As far as our Jabber goes, I may have a hint here:
    https://insidehpc.com/201...puter-at-georgia-tech/
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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/20 16:34:42 (permalink)
    using GPUs is an easy way to reach that 100 M PPD mark. but they have about 8,000 clients and are completing CPU WU. this is someone who has installed F@H on MANY MANY machines, about doubling the client count on the project as a whole.
     
    just search his name here to see his recent completed WU: https://apps.foldingathome.org/cpu
    post edited by Chris21010 - 2019/08/20 16:37:40


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    Re: Holy Smokes, who the heck is this Jobber 2019/08/20 23:36:19 (permalink)
    You're talking about s3vams3rr1sd.
    I was talking about Jabber.
    More than likely, s3vams3rr1sd isn't running regular CPUs.
    It would take more power than a regular powerplant can provide.

    More than likely that one is something like a Bitcoin antminer, with full cores, as a single core 128 thread CPU would register as 1 CPU. So I'm thinking many small separate cores, much like an antminer. But I can't really find any modern server with this configuration for sale today.
    Most servers use single or double CPUs with many cores and threads , which still doesn't explain the massive amounts of CPUs used (as each individual CPU is registered as 1 CPU, regardless of how many cores it has)... 
    Seeing that 500 of the even energy friendliest CPUs of 65 Watt, would consume well over 30kW of power, I can only think of servers directing FAH computations to website visitors, using their CPUs...

    Jabber on the other hand, did all that with just a handful of GPU cores, which perfectly could describe the server in link above.

    Definitely next gen server market. And from the looks of the NVidia server,
    That thing might be pulling close to 3.2kW on power as well as costing $100-110k (DGX1)

    If all will be ok, we'll be running that in our homes in the not so far future (think 5-10 years from now), for just a few grand, running at 1/2 to 2/3rd the energy demand of current gen.
    post edited by ProDigit - 2019/08/22 15:40:27
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