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Not bad at all.

mayford,

i assume you are folding with your sig - how is it holding up? is the 960T strong enough? your using the gpu to fold, right? i guess it does not matter.
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mayford,
i assume you are folding with your sig - how is it holding up? is the 960T strong enough? your using the gpu to fold, right? i guess it does not matter.

Yeah, I am getting about 15000PPD(CPU only) depending on the work unit. I don't fold on my GPUs on that rig because I have crossfire and the new V7 client gets them confused with eachother as well as the 240.
This has been 24/7 for about two weeks now. I stopped folding for a while because at first this was unstable(folding wise) when I frist OCd the unlock. I needed to fine tune everything to get it to that point.
Now I am not having any issues and the V7 client is getting me some good units to catch back up on the couple of months I missed.
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Yeah, I am getting about 15000PPD(CPU only) depending on the work unit. I don't fold on my GPUs on that rig because I have crossfire and the new V7 client gets them confused with eachother as well as the 240.
This has been 24/7 for about two weeks now. I stopped folding for a while because at first this was unstable(folding wise) when I frist OCd the unlock. I needed to fine tune everything to get it to that point.
Now I am not having any issues and the V7 client is getting me some good units to catch back up on the couple of months I missed.

not familiar with folding at all, so i have no idea if 15000PPD is normal. glad to hear it works. thanks.
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not familiar with folding at all, so i have no idea if 15000PPD is normal. glad to hear it works. thanks.
That isn't too bad. It is the highest output from a CPU I have owned although the I7s do much better.
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3 seconds and photoshop is ready. it feels like i am using my ssd.

Disabling sound (regardless of onboard or add on card) will speed up windows operations. Disabling on board audio and LAN did nothing for my setup, but I'm not surprised. Southbridge implementation might have a lot to do with it, as well as what other devices are connected to it; for me, I have a mouse and keyboard, doubt they are causing any undue bottleneck.
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Disabling sound (regardless of onboard or add on card) will speed up windows operations. Disabling on board audio and LAN did nothing for my setup, but I'm not surprised. Southbridge implementation might have a lot to do with it, as well as what other devices are connected to it; for me, I have a mouse and keyboard, doubt they are causing any undue bottleneck.

i had to raise it to 1.43v, which is still lower than the original amount. it must be the difference in mobo. i did not catch what mobo the guy in that thread is using. i have to search it again and might ask the him more about it.
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That isn't too bad. It is the highest output from a CPU I have owned although the I7s do much better.

yes, i saw the i7 sb getting like 30K or higher but that was combined with the gpu. it seems there are alot of different settings much like overclockig to get higher ppd. i might get into it sometime in the future. thanks.
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Well you always know there is room for one more folder on our team here. lol
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yes, i saw the i7 sb getting like 30K or higher but that was combined with the gpu. it seems there are alot of different settings much like overclockig to get higher ppd. i might get into it sometime in the future. thanks.

Just gotta make sure the system is mathematically stable, otherwise, you could more harm then good.
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Just gotta make sure the system is mathematically stable, otherwise, you could more harm then good.

Agreed.
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