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23 Million PDD - RTX 4090!

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The P18213 WU's have an unusually high PPD. Reminds me of the crazy PPD that I got with my GTX 560 Ti's one time.
When comparing GPU's, the same or similar WU's must be used. Would have loved to have seen the results for all of the cards with the P18449/18448.
 
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The P18213 WU's have an unusually high PPD. Reminds me of the crazy PPD that I got with my GTX 560 Ti's one time.
When comparing GPU's, the same or similar WU's must be used. Would have loved to have seen the results for all of the cards with the P18449/18448.
This! The choice of project influences PPD significantly. I've seen PPD values ranging from over 2 million to less than 400k for my Vega 64. That being said, the tremendous clock speeds and scale of Ada should make it very good at compute.
 
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