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Sandy Bridge: What kinda PPD are you really seeing??

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  1. BUCK NASTY

    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    This question is for F@H members running Sandy Bridge and -bigadv. What PPD are you seeing and at what clocks? Are you running GPU's as well?

    Thanks in advance for your replies!

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    BUCK NASTY F@H Mod & 4P Enthusiust Staff Member

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    no one?
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    I would be happy to test this out if someone were to donate to me a sandy bridge CPU/motherboard + 4GB of some G.Skill RAM. :)
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    Texbill and Msgclb I think have Sandy Bridge setups, not sure why they're holding out:confused:

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    where's xbo?
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    I just put together an i7 2600k build, I'll just run CPU for a few days and see how that foes, I couldn't keep running the gtx470's due to the sheer noise they made.
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    2600k@4.6 and a gtx 275. Still using it as my main rig and posting this with it.:)

    Added some -avdmethods smp for you. I also had some project 71xx smp that did 32k.

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    2600k rig does about 28k ppd @4.8Ghz on core A3 smp

    on big adv with no gpu folding about 47k-50k ppd
    and 40k ppd with gpu folding
    all at 4.8Ghz
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    my 2600k does about 40k ppd @4.6 with bigadv and 2 460s folding.
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    Those are some good numbers;) I have mine right now at a modest 4.2 dedicated and it gets 37K.

    Off topic-whereabouts in WA?
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    41,192? Dunno if that's the number you're asking for, I'm new to this F@H thing :p

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    EDIT: sorry, no stats with -bigadv enabled I think :) Temps seem kinda high though, may need to look into that... Will post updated results after the chimp challenge ends ;)
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    My bad, use GPU3. The other settings are to to let you're cpu fold a bit more.:eek:
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    Whoa! It jumped to 58,655 after I applied your settings! Why???

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    I should've used those settings from the beginning!, Thanks!
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    Is it better if I use GPU3? The PPD for the 580s didn't change much, but the CPU just increased over 3 fold :confused:
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    GPU3 is meant for Nvidia 400 and 500 series cards. The system in that post is 2600k at 4.6 and a GTX 275. 35k ppd on smp right now. Adding the 7 means your deditcating one core to your gpu's, not all of them. Use GPU3.:toast:
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    Will do, thanks for the advice ;)

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