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Penguirl
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Mar 30, 2009, 08:57 PM
 
Recently [email protected] introduced a 64 bit Mac application, and about the same time my RAC skyrocketed, from about 125 to 800. Is this a ploy to lure crunchers to attach to this project, or a result of the 64 bit Mac application? Does [email protected] run in 64 bit on a G5 running Tiger, or is it an Intel/Leopard thing?
     
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Apr 6, 2009, 07:14 PM
 
Originally Posted by Penguirl View Post
Recently [email protected] introduced a 64 bit Mac application, and about the same time my RAC skyrocketed, from about 125 to 800. Is this a ploy to lure crunchers to attach to this project, or a result of the 64 bit Mac application? Does [email protected] run in 64 bit on a G5 running Tiger, or is it an Intel/Leopard thing?
I can't answer your question. But I tried it with my Core Duo on Tiger and the results were disappointing; 8900 CPU sec for 7 credits and 22000 CPU sec for 65 credits. Not too good.
     
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May 24, 2009, 08:24 PM
 
My RAC for yoyo has come back down, I guess it was a temporary glitch or something. But I'm not complaining about the points I did get.
     
   
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