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2500K+SLI 570 - Should be more PPD, how to increase it?

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Hello there,
I have overclocked i5 2500K + 2x570 SLI, and all this units produces only up to 30K PPD.
I think it is too low, cause I read that one 570 should produce about 15K.
Currently I am using F@H Client Control v. 7.1.24
Thanks for help.

Edited by dab - 5/29/11 at 6:20am
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I dont think v7 reports PPD accurately. Looks at the TPF in the log to get a better idea. The 2684 is the worst (harder/slower) wu you can get so tpf will be higher than normal. The tpf for the gpu's should be close to 1 min on those wu's.

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Thanks for your reply.
I was looking to the total PPD on the http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com site statistic
And it was 28-29K PPD maximum. Now I start BigAdv for testing, hope it'll give me good result.

May be I should try different F@H software to achieve better results?
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I had a similar problem with my GPUs taking away from my SMP client. After quite a bit of testing my points jumped dramatically when I added a flag ( smp -11) to the SMP client. Basically a core is set aside for the GPUs to utilize. My points went from pitiful to 58K while maintaining 2 (sometimes 3) GPU clients.

I'm not sure what it would be for the 2500K as I don't think that cpu has HT. You might be better off testing for a day without the GPUs to see what your ppd would be.

edit/add: My 570s jumped as well after adding the flag, #1 is at 18,500ppd and #2 is at 17,000.
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