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I'm slowly getting the parts together for a BigAdv rig and have decided that a 2600k is too expensive... What PPD can I expect to get from a 4GHz 1055T?

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https://spreadsheets.google.com/spre...2Wk1zQmc&gid=1

If i read correctly, anywhere from 2,700 to 25,300.
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Anyone else have some numbers for me?
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post #4 of 13
klaxian on Shizzle Tang in the team comp has a 1055T at just over 4Ghz. You might ping him and ask what his ppd is on it.
post #5 of 13
If you're running it in a VM you can expect 25K-30K PPD, but if you run it in native Linux you can get between 35K-40K PPD with the right WU's.
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post #6 of 13
I'm getting 29k on my 1090T @ 3.8Ghz... 30k+ should be easy for you at 4Ghz. Plus, if you can get a bit higher, you'd probably be able to do -hugeadv WUs, pushing you to around 40k+.
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post #7 of 13
If you link a 1055T at 4GHz to some fast DDR3 RAM, 1600MHz or better, you can get up to 50K PPD, or maybe a little higher, by folding 6903 units. regular bigadv untis will only net you about 30-35K due to the last points per WU update sadly
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If you can hit 4Ghz you will have 50-55k ppd folding hugeadv.
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post #9 of 13
1055T@3.44, NB@2460, DDR3-1640 (9-9-9-24-2T) in VM Ubuntu VM, bigadv: 24k on 6900

1055T@3.89, NB@2780, DDR3-1481 (6-7-7-21-1T) in native Ubuntu, bigadv and hugadv: 31k on 6900, 51k on 6903

1090T@3.99, NB@2926, DDR3-1771 (9-10-9-28-2T) in native Ubuntu, bigadv and hugadv: 35k on 6900, 53k on 6903

RAM speed is important to get the most out of big- and hugeadv, can't give you any suggestion though, as I'm not really happy about any of my kits (G.Skill RipjawsX 2133 CL9, OCZ Plat 1600 CL7 and Corsair XMS3 1600 CL9).
Edited by arvidab - 10/4/11 at 10:24am
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post #10 of 13
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Originally Posted by Argosy View Post
I'm slowly getting the parts together for a BigAdv rig and have decided that a 2600k is too expensive... What PPD can I expect to get from a 4GHz 1055T?
I normally get about 30k PPD average on optimized native Linux at 3.6GHz. I have tried to get hugeadv but I was never assigned any of those WUs. My sig rig also runs Linux but I fold through wine because I need my CPu monitors to work since it's a desktop system. I also only fold about 20-22 hours per day on my sig rig due to gaming time. My 3.6GHz 1055T server is contributing points to the TC.

Why don't you wait until Bulldozer comes out next week? You should be able to pick up an 8 core for about $250 that should put the 1055T to shame. Bulldozer should be great for folding, but I am still holding out for some gaming benchmarks, especially for older games not optimized for multi-core.
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