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CP that's a GT240 not a GTS version. It should OC, but not sure what it will go up to. Also it has never been registered.

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How many cards total now?

anyone else having issues with the 494's? im EUE with them left and right.
OCed too high? My cards were stable with them, just hotter and slower
 
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anyone else having issues with the 494's? im EUE with them left and right.
The 494's might be the worst ever GPU2 WU. They run slow and hot. I'm not having EUE's with them, but my cards are running warmer with them than any other. Check for heat issues, and you may have to back off on OC's and increase fan speeds.
 

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The 494's might be the worst ever GPU2 WU. They run slow and hot. I'm not having EUE's with them, but my cards are running warmer with them than any other. Check for heat issues, and you may have to back off on OC's and increase fan speeds.
511s were still worse :shadedshu :(
 

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The 494's might be the worst ever GPU2 WU. They run slow and hot. I'm not having EUE's with them, but my cards are running warmer with them than any other. Check for heat issues, and you may have to back off on OC's and increase fan speeds.
They sure are slow. All my GPU2 clients have them now, and PPD is down as much as 1000 per card.
 
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How many cards total now?
Counting the one I just bought that will make it 8 fermi cards now. 1-480 on water, 1-465 thats been flashed to a 470, 1-470, 3-460's, 2-450's.
ION it's all for the team, so more PPD is a good thing.
EDIT: That will be my limit till I get some more slots to put them in.:roll:
 
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Network probs back in Dubai. Internet is down. ISP guys are on their way to fix. My rigs are crunching as I have a good buffer. But unfortunately not folding. Added two 9800GSO cards in India.
Keep us posted...sorry to hear about that :(
Counting the one I just bought that will make it 8 fermi cards now. 1-480 on water, 1-465 thats been flashed to a 470, 1-470, 3-460's, 2-450's.
ION it's all for the team, so more PPD is a good thing.
EDIT: That will be my limit till I get some more slots to put them in.:roll:
Wow! :rockout::rockout: :respect::respect:
 
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Well I just added two more C2D's rigs to folding on their CPU's!
So lets see that's Four C2D's, One Pentium D, One I7 and one 4870X2 on both GPU's. Still cant even compete with the awesome folding power of a Fermi.
 

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Well I just added two more C2D's rigs to folding on their CPU's!
So lets see that's Four C2D's, One Pentium D, One I7 and one 4870X2 on both GPU's. Still cant even compete with the awesome folding power of a Fermi.
Anything you can do is certainly great! :rockout:
I was looking at the GT430 and folding and ran across these results. http://www.overclock.net/overclock-net-folding-home-team/849662-mpc-gt-430-folding-results-ppd.html
Makes the GT430 a good buy for the $80.00 it cost and the folding PPD it can do.
When they pull the 9XX PT WUs they certainly do incredible PPD :rockout:
 

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i clocked down to stock on all cards but im still having trouble clearing 494's heat isnt bad 70C or so.
 
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IMHO, the GT430's price is too high. Maybe my expectations are low because of the prices that the GT240 has been selling for after MIR.
The power draw with full load is less than a GT240 and they seem to run alot cooler.
 
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The power draw with full load is less than a GT240 and they seem to run alot cooler.
This shows how far they've come. The GT240 was know as an efficient, cool running, OC'able card! For an entry Folder, the GT430 looks like the "new" 9600GSO, even the same # of shaders.:laugh:
 

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I had to go read reviews to make sure the GT430 wasn't a rebadged G92 :roll: RIP G92, you did well :toast:
 
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What is the difference in ppd between the GTX 470 and the GTX 460.
 

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What is the difference in ppd between the GTX 470 and the GTX 460.
A GTX460 is ~10k on the 611s and ~15k on the 9XXs. A GTX470 is right around 14-16k on all :)
 
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A GTX460 is ~10k on the 611s and ~15k on the 9XXs. A GTX470 is right around 14-16k on all :)
no

i had the 470 and the 465 both overclocked

the 470 did 15-16k on 9xx

but on 611, it was down to 8-9k

same for 465, except that 611 was around 7500
 
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A GTX460 is ~10k on the 611s and ~15k on the 9XXs. A GTX470 is right around 14-16k on all :)
I was thinking about getting GTX 470. I thought they would higher 9xx wu's.
 

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I was thinking about getting GTX 470. I thought they would higher 9xx wu's.
GTX460 is the best all around "bang for the buck" for power consumption/ppd. Getting ready to buy 2 more tonight so I can catch up with Bill!

Edit: Only picked up one, but there is always next week.:rockout:
 
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GTX460 is the best all around "bang for the buck" for power consumption/ppd. Getting ready to buy 2 more tonight so I can catch up with Bill!
Oh yeah, going to buy 5 GTX 460's tonight and that will give me 8 fermi's also.:laugh: jk
Maybe just one.:)