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What PPD should I be getting on this 2500k?

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I just started folding a few days ago using the SMP client for Windows. I set up everything just like Zodac instructed, and I was getting 20k PPD up until last night. However, when I woke up this morning, I was only getting an average of 13k PPD. I left the PC to fold while I was at school and when I got back it was still at 13k.

All my cores are active, and I restarted as well, but it still only shows as 13k average.

It is using my sig rig.

What is happening, and what values should I actually be getting? I still have less than 10 WU's so this is all info from FAHMonitor.
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About 40k +. You need to follow this guide here. smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/folding-home-guides-tutorials/970644-windows-7-2500k-x6-bigadv-folding.html
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About 40k +. You need to follow this guide here. smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/folding-home-guides-tutorials/970644-windows-7-2500k-x6-bigadv-folding.html

Again, I still haven't finished 10 WU's so I can't. I'll start that tomorrow though.
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Originally Posted by ComradeNF;15350431 
I just started folding a few days ago using the SMP client for Windows. I set up everything just like Zodac instructed, and I was getting 20k PPD up until last night. However, when I woke up this morning, I was only getting an average of 13k PPD. I left the PC to fold while I was at school and when I got back it was still at 13k.

All my cores are active, and I restarted as well, but it still only shows as 13k average.

It is using my sig rig.

What is happening, and what values should I actually be getting? I still have less than 10 WU's so this is all info from FAHMonitor.

17-22k PPD is about what I average. PPD all depends on what WUs they want to give you.
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With my 2500K@4.4GHz + GPU:

WUs - 6040-6041; PPD~13k
WUs - 6050-6077; PPD~15.8k
WUs - 6940-6947; PPD~16.7k
WUs - 6950-6951; PPD~13.5k
WUs - 6952-6997; PPD~17.5k
WUs - 7100-7154; PPD~18.8k
WUs - 7200; ........ PPD~15.9k
WUs - 7500-7511; PPD~15-18k
WUs - 10115-10127; PPD~13.8-17k
Edited by artoliza - 10/17/11 at 11:57pm
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You guys need to be folding bigadv in Linux virtual machines so you can double your pod biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by JedixJarf;15350518 
About 40k +. You need to follow this guide here. smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/folding-home-guides-tutorials/970644-windows-7-2500k-x6-bigadv-folding.html

I really doubt someone would see 40k+ ppd in a virtual machine, on a 2500k
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Yea, 40k seems high now a days (before the bonuses were axed that would be a plausible number), but up 30k in a VM could maybe be done. Ish's doing 35k in native Linux @4.8.
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Originally Posted by JedixJarf;15351119 
You guys need to be folding bigadv in Linux virtual machines so you can double your pod biggrin.gif

Whats the average time for completion on one?

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