- Jun 27, 2011
- 5,669 (2.03/day)
|Processor||Intel I7 4790k (stock)|
|Motherboard||ASRock H97M-ITX/ac LGA 1150 Intel H97|
|Memory||Crucial 2x4gb 1600mhz|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA 1060 3gb|
|Storage||OWC Mercury SSD 240 GB|
|Power Supply||Corsair SF600 600w psu|
|Software||Windows 10 64 Bit|
Those 2600K's are running a standard install of Mint which I didn't even update. Standard install of BOINC. I DON'T have the immediate upload cfg, because I think the newer client uploads fast enough. I haven't done the tweaks that @james888 suggested because I'm just too lazy. They are, however, running 100% OET at this time and that is why their PPD is so high, IMHO. If there's anything that's helped with the PPD, it might be that I have the minimum work buffer set to 1 day. This might help when they get into those really high PPD OET's by being able to grab a bunch when they come through, but, there is the risk of running out of work with that setting.
On my own crunchers all those tweaks did not really give me any really noticable ppd boost. What I did observe though was more consistent ppd, which would seem odd for a rig that runs 24/7 regardless with immediate upload.