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    Cool PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Just a quick one for you guys out there, how many points per day do you get approximately from each of your GPU or CPU folding cores

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Well, maybe this is OK, but there's a huge database already compiled:

    CPU:
    http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...-database.html
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    http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...-database.html

    Maybe we'd just provide a link into this in the sticky or something?

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Thanks - that's exactly what I was looking for. There's some VERY high figures in there for most of the cards which I've got leaving me feeling like I'm running somewhat below par. No idea why that would be as they are running only marginally quicker clocks than mine.
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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Yea those PPD's do look high. In the limited time that my i5 750 was running, it was running at perhaps a tenth of the PPD than what the spreadsheet would lead me to expect.

    Also, how does ticking the "allow work units >10MB" effect PPD?

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Quote Originally Posted by Englander View Post
    Yea those PPD's do look high. In the limited time that my i5 750 was running, it was running at perhaps a tenth of the PPD than what the spreadsheet would lead me to expect.

    Also, how does ticking the "allow work units >10MB" effect PPD?
    Maybe you haven't set up the SMP client properly? Are you running SMP at all?

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Quote Originally Posted by Queelis View Post
    Maybe you haven't set up the SMP client properly? Are you running SMP at all?
    Not at the moment. Most of the options I checked when installing it were the default ones and I made sure I did the -smp tag, Windows task manager said all 4 cores were maxed out. Either way, I find it annoying to have to have a passworded account to be able to run it.

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Quote Originally Posted by Englander View Post
    Not at the moment. Most of the options I checked when installing it were the default ones and I made sure I did the -smp tag, Windows task manager said all 4 cores were maxed out. Either way, I find it annoying to have to have a passworded account to be able to run it.
    I would have the smp client running but the need to have a password tipped me over the edge and so i don't use it

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    You do know that it's possible to set the account so you don't have to type the password on log on, right?

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Ive just been reading HERE and it appears that there some sort of bonus point scheme that's locked into F@H, but that you need to have a passkey set up. Have I understood this correctly?

    Ths might explain why the other database has higher points per user than I am seeing...

    Could just be that their machines are highly optimised for folding whereas mine's a file server etc etc as well
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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Quote Originally Posted by Tattysnuc View Post
    Ive just been reading HERE and it appears that there some sort of bonus point scheme that's locked into F@H, but that you need to have a passkey set up. Have I understood this correctly?

    Ths might explain why the other database has higher points per user than I am seeing...

    Could just be that their machines are highly optimised for folding whereas mine's a file server etc etc as well
    Yup, that's right. Bonus is given after you complete 10 SMP (or GPU, IIRC) WUs with a passkey. It increases your PPD nicely, absolutely worth it (well, at least no reason not to).

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    I've added a passkey to all my clients, so we'll see how this cugs along now. Might have a go at some of the Bigadv projects that are out there next, especially not that the weather's cooled down a bit. My room was constantly @ 30+°C so it's been a bit too hot for comfort lately.

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Quote Originally Posted by Tattysnuc View Post
    I've added a passkey to all my clients, so we'll see how this cugs along now. Might have a go at some of the Bigadv projects that are out there next, especially not that the weather's cooled down a bit. My room was constantly @ 30+°C so it's been a bit too hot for comfort lately.

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Passkey set up on both my GPU and uniprocessor clients. I'll be interested to see how much the bonus is worth.

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Passkey is only really important for the SMP client.

    For the other clients its only used as a unique identifier incase someone would pretend to be you and cheat or something.

    For the SMP client it is required for the bonus system, which dramatically increases the PPD of the SMP client, Using HFM.net as a predictor, the use of a passkey approximately tripled my PPD on the SMP client.

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    Quote Originally Posted by Champman99 View Post
    Passkey is only really important for the SMP client.

    For the other clients its only used as a unique identifier incase someone would pretend to be you and cheat or something.

    For the SMP client it is required for the bonus system, which dramatically increases the PPD of the SMP client, Using HFM.net as a predictor, the use of a passkey approximately tripled my PPD on the SMP client.
    Ah I see. Still too hot for me to run GPU + SMP and the lack of handy pause button in the sys tray annoys me. I'll have to see about just running it at night, then.

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    Re: PPD per graphics card/Processing core

    The GPU client has a pause work option on right clicking, and the smp console window can just be closed when you want to pause it, it will save and restart where it left off on next running.
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