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A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby kd1966 » Sat Jan 24, 2009 6:57 pm

Ohhh NOOOOOO!!! My GF-7600GS is NOT on the list!! :shocked: I was really hoping to get some GPU work done on that card........ :uhhh
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby augie » Sat Jan 24, 2009 9:39 pm

kd1966 wrote:Ohhh NOOOOOO!!! My GF-7600GS is NOT on the list!! :shocked: I was really hoping to get some GPU work done on that card........ :uhhh


LOL, it's only possible on CUDA boards which starts with the 8xxx series.;)
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby kd1966 » Sat Jan 24, 2009 10:03 pm

Well then............. looking now on Amazon.com for an 8800 series card.............. for my "other" 64bit system............ although......... :whistle with prices and such going down here, I could ostensibly wait a bit and get another 9800GTX............ :whistle :yesnod: ^*^
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby BILLMCC66 » Sun Jan 25, 2009 8:31 am

augie wrote:
yeshuas wrote:There are several flavors of GTX 260's and GTX 280's and the scores they are showing are apparently the higher end ones as my GTX 260 had to be OC'd to get up to 7000


Ya Dan, I was thinking the same thing seeing your and Bill's current PPD. It does seem that you're getting back up there now at 6.5K PPD for yesterday. :yesnod: You got the OC working ATM? I know that Bill would love to get there too! :yesnod:


I started well with 6500PPD but the performance seems to have dropped off (i am still not OCd) and would love to get near the 7000 mark Image
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby yeshuas » Sun Jan 25, 2009 12:18 pm

BILLMCC66 wrote:
augie wrote:
yeshuas wrote:There are several flavors of GTX 260's and GTX 280's and the scores they are showing are apparently the higher end ones as my GTX 260 had to be OC'd to get up to 7000


Ya Dan, I was thinking the same thing seeing your and Bill's current PPD. It does seem that you're getting back up there now at 6.5K PPD for yesterday. :yesnod: You got the OC working ATM? I know that Bill would love to get there too! :yesnod:


I started well with 6500PPD but the performance seems to have dropped off (i am still not OCd) and would love to get near the 7000 mark Image

It still matters which clients you get i.e. if you get the 511's or the new 548's it aint gonna happen with just one system. I got my test system back and got it up and running and the first client it got was a 548 duhhhhhhhh.
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby kd1966 » Sun Jan 25, 2009 2:58 pm

Yeah, I seem to be pumping out low numbers.......... with my GPU client. I believe I have the latest one available. :question
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby yeshuas » Mon Jan 26, 2009 6:42 pm

Ok what the heck is going on. I have two systems with ATI cards in them, and one with my nVidia card. The two with the ATI cards are getting 511's and 548's and the one that could handle those clients is getting one of those occaisionally, but mainly the 353's and 384's, which is great in a way or my score would really suck.
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby SonicSpeed » Thu Jan 29, 2009 5:22 pm

Woot, I just got my 4830... and while its not on the list it should put out around the 4850's PPD (since its way OC'd). :)
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby augie » Thu Jan 29, 2009 7:59 pm

Great news Brian! Welcome to the wonderful world of GPU Folding! WTF!^*^ Image
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby kd1966 » Fri Jan 30, 2009 12:23 am

SonicSpeed wrote:Woot, I just got my 4830... and while its not on the list it should put out around the 4850's PPD (since its way OC'd). :)


Maybe that's what my 9800GTX needs is a kick in the #$$ O/C.............. :lol:

I don't think it came with any tools/software to do that though....... :question
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