# Compute Score

**Compute Units Allocation**

Compute Units (CUs) serve as the standard measure of computational power within the GPUnet ecosystem. Each GPU type is allocated a specific number of Compute Units, reflecting its processing capability. The allocation is as follows:

**A100 80 GB**: 1 CU**H100 80 GB**: 2 CU**A100 40 GB**: 0.8 CU**A10G**: 0.8 CU**A6000**: 0.8 CU**RTX 4090**: 0.5 CU**RTX 3090**: 0.4 CU

**Compute Weightage Calculation**

The Compute Weightage for each validator and provider is calculated based on the total number of Compute Units they contribute to the network. This weightage directly impacts the rewards distribution, with higher Compute Units leading to a larger share of the rewards pool.

The Compute Weightage is further adjusted by a multiplier, which scales the rewards based on the total Compute Units provided:

**Less than 8 CUs**: Multiplier of 1x**Upto 64 CUs**: Multiplier of 1.25x**Upto 512 CUs**: Multiplier of 1.5x**Upto 4096 CUs:**Multiplier of 1.75x**More than 4096 CUs**: Multiplier of 2x

This tiered multiplier system is designed to reward participants who contribute significant computational resources to the network, encouraging the provision of high-capacity GPUs and enhancing the network's overall computational power.

**Impact on Rewards Distribution**

The Compute Weightage, influenced by both the number of Compute Units and the applicable multiplier, plays a pivotal role in determining the distribution of rewards among validators and providers. It ensures that rewards are allocated fairly, reflecting each participant's contribution to the network's computational capacity.

Participants with higher Compute Weightage will receive a larger share of the rewards pool, incentivizing the contribution of more powerful GPUs and the expansion of computational resources within the GPUnet ecosystem.

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