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  1. mstenholm

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    And my 680 is I guess a 600 series card....so no luck getting great points there. Re-installed and running but at 37k PPD for CPU and GPU as in the old days. Will return to crunching.
     
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  2. BUCK NASTY

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

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    You gotta give it a little bit. You will get a p8057. Look below to see that the GTX680's are pulling 170-190K PPD on a single card.

    [​IMG]
     
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    I'm on my second P8057. Looks like it downloaded core 2.25 when it downloaded the first one. Fixed that. Buck, does your GTX460 fully engage? According to Afterburner, mine's only running at ~74%, but I'm still getting a TPF of 3:06 @ 780MHz on the core. Gigabyte GTX 460 1GB. I even shut the other client down to see if it was hindering
     
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    Thx for the chart. Do you have the source?
     
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  5. BUCK NASTY

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

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    GPU PPD Database

    I'm @ 99% cpu usage in Afterburner. Work units are a little buggy. I got overzealous and clocked too high, lost a work unit and my PPD dropped to 58K for the next WU. Following WU is @ 64K PPD and who knows where the next will be. Weird thing is I am @ 2:46TPF, but only getting 64K PPD. Maybe it's averaging the credit due to the lost WU???

    Edit: looks like I lost my OC when the last WU crashed. Back up to 80K PPD.

    [​IMG]
     
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  6. BUCK NASTY

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

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    I would like to see some screenshots of your clients on the 8057's guy's. C'mon and give it up(Bruce!!!)

    :toast:
     
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    I'll post it if i ever get one...

    Though it's only been six hours since i switched, so MAYBE i'm a little impatient here...
     
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  8. [Ion]

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    Wow---so this is for real then! :toast:

    Any idea when there will be more of these GPU bonus WUs?
     
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  9. BUCK NASTY

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

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    There out right now, just have to configure the client to accept them.

    :toast:
     
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    Awesome! What needs to be done? When I come back from break (Monday) I'll throw the GTX460s on them. Any idea of PPD?
     
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  11. BUCK NASTY

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

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    I'm getting 82K PPD on a GTX460 768mb @ 870/1740/1840.:D

    Check out this tutorial. Pay attention to post#2 to swap the cores for better PPD on Fermi.
     
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    Sweet. I'd gladly take 150k PPD from my pair of GTX460s :)
     
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    Sorry Buck, I only got 2 and I didn't get a screen shot, and now I'm back to P8018's. Last P8057 was down to 2:26 though.
     
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    FahControl v7 is apparently reading the PPD incorrectly. Based upon my TPF of 2:17 (6.4 WU's/day) and the points awarded by Stanford on the last WU(16,739), I'm pulling 105K PPD on this GTX460. I'll keep an eye on the other WU's as well.

    :toast::toast:
     
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    Got one! 75k is not bad at all!

    I am too "Working on Giving Russians Opium May Alter Current Situation"...

    EDIT: This was using core 2.25, which i saw only later. 110k at 880 core is more like it.
     

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    So are the 8057 WU only for nVidia cards or can us ATI/AMD boys get in on the act too
     
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    nV only I believe :ohwell:
     
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    Okay, as requested, a sceenie. 2 Gigabyte GTX 460's 1GB running P8057's at 780MHz Core::D

    [​IMG]
     
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    I woke up this morning and was a bit piss when I saw I was only getting around 20K PPD in total for a 680 and 12 SMP. OK it was before I got my reading glasses on. It turned out to be 209K :) I got my first one :D.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Wow, that GTX680 just chews through those work units. Congrats my friend!
     
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    That is some huge points! You almost double my gtx 460 performance.

    Got three now, all of them with 2 min 10-12 sec TPF, meaning 110k ppd or a little over 15k per wu.



    on a side note:

    Mister BUCK NASTY folded 6 millions points in the last 7 days, so around 857k ppd. :respect::respect:

    I say Sköll! (the viking :toast:). Who's with me?
     
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    Wow--this is incredible! :toast:

    We're three updates in and already at over 1 million points for the day--the future is bright at TPU's FAH team! :toast:
     
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    You gonna stick some in your 4P setups? Or just one of the old K9A2s?
     
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    LOL, heavens no child:laugh:. Got a M5A99X-Evo/PII x4 B93@3.7Ghz that has 2 slots open. This is my gaming rig that normally does not fold/crunch, but considering the circumstances....;)
     
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