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Loving these new units....loving them.

10k+ ppd more than before, yes please.
 
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My home PC's motherboard rebooted itself this morning due to power surge. Rig is in sig but I'm temporarily using a Zalman HP600 power supply while I sleeve my ST45SF. Maybe I didn't connect both of the Zalman's 6pin PCIe to different rails. Each rail should be good for 16 amps and the GPU isn't supposed to draw more than 320W. I will have to check when I get home.

Edit: the ZM600HP has 4 rails, 16 amps on each. There is no way to connect it wrong, unless I would have ignored the two PCIe cables which I didn't. So my motherboard somehow decided to power down, which is odd considering my underpowered CPU. I've switched off the GPU client now.
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Gotta say not sure if the points are worth it worriedsmiley.gif it is heating my room up like you would not believe. Having two 1 CPU and 2 GPUs folding in my room are really kicking up heat. It would not be so warm if this winter was not in the 40s-50s. Definitely not looking forward to summer when even one computer at idle turns it into the high 90s
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Gotta say not sure if the points are worth it :worriedsm it is heating my room up like you would not believe. Having two 1 CPU and 2 GPUs folding in my room are really kicking up heat. It would not be so warm if this winter was not in the 40s-50s. Definitely not looking forward to summer when even one computer at idle turns it into the high 90s

 

Heat produced, or "thermal waste" and electrical power consumption are directly related in computing. If you want to reduce thermal waste, reduce the power that you are consuming.

 

If heat and power consumption are a major concern, then running the SMP client at stock clock speeds is your best bet. If high PPD while still reducing power and heat costs is the balance you seek, then a heavily overclocked CPU running SMP alone is best. GPU clients are only useful for high PPD boosts with no thought for efficiency of any kind (electrical or thermal).

 

These 803X units are the most efficient PPD / Watt of all of the GPU units in terms of power consumption but they are still grossly inefficient when compared to the SMP client.

 

PPD on the GPU is entirely linear. A 20% increase in GPU clocks results in a 20% increase in PPD. But the power cost is non-linear and the heat produced is non-linear as well. The SMP clients, on the other hand, have the Quick Return Bonus (QRB) and with QRB factored in, a 20% increase in clock speed can result in much more than 20% increase in PPD. The power consumption and thermal waste increases from CPU overclocking also seem to be less severe on a CPU than they are on a GPU.

 

My conclusion, after doing a great deal of testing and posting my results in the power consumption thread linked in my signature, is that the SMP client is the only client worth considering if you are concerned about saving on electrical power. The obvious conclusion that follows that is that the SMP clients are much more thermally efficient than the GPU clients.

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Up to over 23k ppd on my Asus 580 DirectcuII, running at 1.125v, 947 clock and 4400 (mem). Love these new fermi WUs biggrin.gif:thumb:...as long as nothing horrendus happens to my $400 video card! redface.gif

Added: Now up to 27,765 ppd on an 8032 wu. Wow!
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post #106 of 144
looks like these units are not "-advmethods" units anymore since my 550Ti has gotten them, and it does not have that flag set.
these new units seem to cause some graphics lag on my 550Ti, even when Im just browsing the web... I guess I wont be folding while gaming any more if this card keeps getting these units.
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looks like these units are not "-advmethods" units anymore since my 550Ti has gotten them, and it does not have that flag set.
these new units seem to cause some graphics lag on my 550Ti, even when Im just browsing the web... I guess I wont be folding while gaming any more if this card keeps getting these units.


Yes, that's correct.

 


 

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From Stanford's site at http://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?p=208672#p208672 :

 

Re: Updates thread

Postby diwakar » Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:12 am

GPU Projects 8031, 8032 and 8033 released for beta testing.
 

Re: New GPU3 Projects 8031,8032, 8033

Postby diwakar » Sat Feb 18, 2012 7:23 pm

Thanks everyone for beta testing these projects. I am moving 803[1-3] to advanced now.
 

Re: Updates thread

Postby diwakar » Tue Feb 21, 2012 8:19 pm

Project 8031,32 and 33 have been moved to FAH now.

 

 




Since I confirmed that on the Stanford site, then posted it here and switched my client to the standard methods, all I've gotten for the last 8 WUs have been 803X WUs. I'm a happy camper.

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Both of my Fermi cards have the -advmethods flag on, and are still getting nothing but 803x WU's.
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I got a 8033 on advmethods, PPD is at 23890 at 840MHz on my 580, CPU usage appears to be at 0-1% similar to the 762X WUs.
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Both of my Fermi cards have the -advmethods flag on, and are still getting nothing but 803x WU's.


 

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I got a 8033 on advmethods, PPD is at 23890 at 840MHz on my 580, CPU usage appears to be at 0-1% similar to the 762X WUs.


That is so very strange. I had nothing but 7622 on -advmethods since 3 hours after the date of that Stanford posting I quoted. As soon as I switched to standard units, I started getting only 8031, 8032, and 8033 WUs.

 

I wonder what the heck is giong on there. Maybe there are some residual 8033 on the -advmethods servers that either haven't been assigned or have been reassigned.

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