- Jun 8, 2011
- 6,576 (2.04/day)
- Somerset, UK
|System Name||Not so complete or overkill|
|Processor||5960X @ 4.20Ghz @ 1.06v - For Crunching!!|
|Motherboard||MSI X99 Titanium Gaming|
|Cooling||Custom loop with old bits and pieces that I need to replace|
|Memory||G Skill TridentX 3466 non RGB..|
|Video Card(s)||2 x EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition|
|Storage||Sandisk 120Gb SSD, 2 x 2Tb Sammy 3.5" drives - Need more drives!!|
|Display(s)||3 x 23" LG IPS panels (can't remember model!!)|
|Case||10mm thick MDF on plastic risers.. It's kinda a case??|
|Power Supply||EVGA T2 1200w|
|Benchmark Scores||It's not to bad.. More importantly, it works!!|
This morning when turning it on, the damn thing is showing up as not supported again.. What is going on with this stupid program.... Was fine when I turned it off last nightLast thing fist - yes it works in Linux. Setting it up can be a pain but you gain 10 % in general, for some WU 50 %, 14163 spring to mind for the latter. I wouldn't mix AMD and NVidia in the same rig but it can be done.
So you played with the indexes and got it to work. Normally it shouldn't be necessary in Windows but it clearly was in your case. Be prepared to do the same if you decide to set up a Linux folder.
There are big differences between WUs. When I was folding with a 2060 in my daily rig which have HFM.net installed I saw between 525k to 980k PPD.
The points you are getting now look OK. 13816 is also on the low side for my 2060&2070, 1070&1070ti in Windows (roughly 10% lower than average) . I assume that it was the first 13186 you did and it picked up in points after the 3%.