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A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby augie » Thu Jan 22, 2009 5:57 pm

I'll assume these figures are non OC'd but as my card isn't in there I cant tell. As the OP said in the original thread, this should only be used as a guideline of what you could expect.

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Video Card                                            PPD
Nvidia GeForce GTX280 1GB                             7500
Nvidia GeForce GTX260-216 898MB                       7000
Nvidia GeForce GTX260 898MB                           6500
Nvidia GeForce 9800GTX+ 512MB                         6100
Nvidia GeForce 9800GTX 512MB                          6000
Nvidia GeForce 8800Ultra 768MB                        4900
Nvidia GeForce 8800GTX 768MB                          4800
Nvidia GeForce 8800GTS (G92)                          5700
Nvidia GeForce 8800GTS (G80)                          4800
Nvidia GeForce 8800GT 512MB                           5100
Nvidia GeForce 8800GS 512MB                           4800
Nvidia GeForce 9600GT 256MB                           3900   
Nvidia GeForce 9600GSO (G92)                          4900
Nvidia GeForce 8600GTS                                2000
Nvidia GeForce 8600GT                                 1800
Nvidia GeForce 8500GT                                  700
Nvidia GeForce 8400GS                                  600


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Kort                                                  PPD
ATI Radeon 4870X2 2GB                                 3800
ATI Radeon 4870 512MB                                 3800
ATI Radeon 4850 512MB                                 3200
ATI Radeon 3870X2                                     2000
ATI Radeon 3870                                       2000
ATI Radeon 3850                                       2000
ATI Radeon 3650                                        750
ATI Radeon 2600                                        700
ATI Radeon 2400                                        240


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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby c0ldfyr3 » Thu Jan 22, 2009 9:19 pm

wow ATI sucks for F@H.... lol

i would like to see what the Tesla C1060 Computing Processor does.
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby yeshuas » Thu Jan 22, 2009 9:46 pm

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
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby augie » Thu Jan 22, 2009 9:49 pm

c0ldfyr3 wrote:wow ATI sucks for F@H.... lol

i would like to see what the Tesla C1060 Computing Processor does.


Don't forget that the ATI X2 PPD is per core, but ya nVidia has the folding crown ATM for price/PPD. I don't know if it's the ATI folding client or the cards themselves. As to the Tesla, well all I can say is affordable folding is cool.;) If I find some stats on that Tesla, I will surely post. :yesnod:
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby augie » Thu Jan 22, 2009 10:22 pm

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:
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby yeshuas » Thu Jan 22, 2009 10:43 pm

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 set my GTX 260 at the settings for the OC's edition of my card, and also started one of my other machines with a HD2600 XT card in it folding this morning, what a joke compared to the nVidia cards. :lol:

Until I saw your Board index I was considering putting one of my EAH 3650 HD cards in the computer but it just isn't worth messing with for only 50 more PPD :lol:
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby kd1966 » Fri Jan 23, 2009 12:36 am

Whoa...! No kidding the ATI's are sucking some pond water............... Seeing that - I'm glad I have a 9800GTX, but will have to get into gear setting it up... :oops:
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby c0ldfyr3 » Fri Jan 23, 2009 2:32 am

i read on another site that the Tesla produces 48K PPD/card. So a max of 192K PPD with 4 cards... WOW!
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby augie » Fri Jan 23, 2009 2:50 am

kd1966 wrote:Whoa...! No kidding the ATI's are sucking some pond water............... Seeing that - I'm glad I have a 9800GTX, but will have to get into gear setting it up... :oops:


And the delay is...? :P _-~~~ :lol:
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Re: A PPD Chart for various GPU cards

Postby kd1966 » Fri Jan 23, 2009 3:43 pm

Hey, it IS getting toward the weekend, so possibly tonight, unless we have more last minute guests............. :whistle
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