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That's sounds spot on for a Bloomfield@3.4 running Windoh's. You could try to add the max-packet-size=small for your SMP slot, it will at least request smaller packets to download (which should mean smaller WUs as well). The most advanced WUs are bigger too. Is your 470 on advanced WUs too? If not you might wanna enable that, uses less CPU and nets you a small GPU PPD boost and getting the OC really stable, more heat though.
You my dear sir needs to get those 470s on advanced WUs, they will use way less CPU and probably will net you a small PPD increase as well. They do run hotter and may show you that you're OC isn't really stable. Leaving them both folding on their own should only show, any significant, change in SMP folding versus folding them separate (this goes for the normal WU as well as the advanced ones, though on my W7 machine (460+1055T), I get the same SMP PPD whether running advanced Fermi or no GPU folding at all).

Thanks, I guess this is what you get for being out of the loop for about a year redface.gif. I know for sure that my clocks are stable since I used this machine for folding 24/7 for 4 months or so. Will try if the advanced WUs to see if they give me better PPD. I know it's a little early but I'm testing some things ahead of the CC 2012.
post #32 of 32
The biggest PPD increase should come from the GPUs not hogging much CPU power, so that SMP PPD will go up, however the GPUs probably gonna show an increase too.

Better to get things sorted too early than right in the middle of it.
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