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Nvidia Beta Tutorial(Early Return Bonus) for huge PPD

Discussion in 'Folding@Home' started by BUCK NASTY, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. thebluebumblebee

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    44k? Wow. They changed the credit for the P7624 to 14,093 from 5187!
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    Change info from HFM.net:
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    So, I have to say, thanks PG!
     
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    They're making it hard for me to fold my 480 overnight! Got a 7626 that shows 11hrs at 28k ppd... ug?
     
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    I just got back in the fold, sorry not for TPU (T32 FTW!!! :p)... Im signed up as a beta tester and put the things in from OCN for my 680, but so far, in 12 hours, I dont think I picked up any of these monster WU's. I think the only difference from the front page is I input my passkey both in the install and in the GPU slot.

    Any thoughts? I dont have any logs or SS's at the office...

    Thanks TPU!
     
  4. BUCK NASTY

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

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    Do you have "client-type & beta" list in the slot? You may have missed the sweet spot for the bonus points, as I have not seen a P8057 since yesterday afternoon. This is about the same time they forced the core upgrade.
     
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    Sure do... ok, I figured I did as that is what I have been reading... but no worries, crunching for science, not for points anyway. :)
     
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    Yeah, I think the betas are done. My 480 got hit with 8054s all night.
     
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    im getting hit with 8074s and 8073s on my 470s
     
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    Me too.. those with my setup (3770K/3570K/680) seem to net me 100k total on the current WUs
     
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    I've had very few 8057 WUs the past few days for both my Fermi's and my Kepler.

    This is the first time I've ever been able to have MabFold in another room. It's so quiet now...
     
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    Just noticed that MabFold has been hanging for 6 hours. I can't start any new ones as it give me a memtest error on both slots.
     

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