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Looks like I do have a passkey in place, and it says it's matched, so that should be good. HOWEVER, I did notice after looking over the tutorial again that I forgot to download and set up the HFM portion of everything.. doh.gif That would probably fix my CPU related issue, would it not? AFter that I would just have to figure out why my 275 is showing an unknown PPD.. My 6950 is showing 8616 estimated with a total system of 10455 estimated. But everyone here has said that I should be getting at least 8k for the 275.. Gotta figure out where all this work my 275 is doing is going... rolleyes.gif

No HFM is just a monitoring program and it's not even compatible with v7. I would just keep folding on the passkey, I'm working under the assumption that your passkey just isn't primed to accept bonus points yet, so put another 10 or so CPU WUs into the passkey and see if you start getting bonus points.
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1) Your TPF on your 2500k is way too high. If I remember correctly with my 1045T I was getting 4 or so minute TPF's on P8021, and your processor should annihilate that.

2) You need to overclock your CPU. 2500k at stock isn't bad, but overclocked it will really shine.

3) V7 ppd estimates don't take into account bonuses.

4) Your profile on EOC (http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/user_summary.php?s=&u=535538) indicates that you've turned in ~8k ppd so far today. You're on track to earn about 16k by the end of the day. Perhaps once you get the single core dedicated to the GPU's and overclock the processor you can reach your maximum potential.
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Looks like I do have a passkey in place, and it says it's matched, so that should be good. HOWEVER, I did notice after looking over the tutorial again that I forgot to download and set up the HFM portion of everything.. doh.gif That would probably fix my CPU related issue, would it not? AFter that I would just have to figure out why my 275 is showing an unknown PPD.. My 6950 is showing 8616 estimated with a total system of 10455 estimated. But everyone here has said that I should be getting at least 8k for the 275.. Gotta figure out where all this work my 275 is doing is going... rolleyes.gif

HFM has no influence on actual folding. It is just a monitoring tool but the best that I have found and the most commonly used one. Ya that PPD seems low dont know if you said but have you folded the 10 SMP work units in order to start receiving the bonus?
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1) Your TPF on your 2500k is way too high. If I remember correctly with my 1045T I was getting 4 or so minute TPF's on P8021, and your processor should annihilate that.
2) You need to overclock your CPU. 2500k at stock isn't bad, but overclocked it will really shine.
3) V7 ppd estimates don't take into account bonuses.
4) Your profile on EOC (http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/user_summary.php?s=&u=535538) indicates that you've turned in ~8k ppd so far today. You're on track to earn about 16k by the end of the day. Perhaps once you get the single core dedicated to the GPU's and overclock the processor you can reach your maximum potential.

1) Is there any idea as to why it is high?

2) Working on it. Just bumped it up to 4.02. We'll see how that goes for a while. Temps at full load are plateauing out at 54C.

3) Single core is now dedicated. thumb.gif

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HFM has no influence on actual folding. It is just a monitoring tool but the best that I have found and the most commonly used one. Ya that PPD seems low dont know if you said but have you folded the 10 SMP work units in order to start receiving the bonus?

Not sure... How can I tell?
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1) Is there any idea as to why it is high?
2) Working on it. Just bumped it up to 4.02. We'll see how that goes for a while. Temps at full load are plateauing out at 54C.
3) Single core is now dedicated. thumb.gif
Not sure... How can I tell?

The reason for your TPF being high might be that you restarted the client recently. In the v7 client there is a bug that the estimations will be off until your next WU. I don't think you can tell you are reciving bonus points until you see your PPD on Stanford getting a boost since the v7 client does not add in bonus points.
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So I left it on over night, and still only got 15k points yesterday. I still feel that is a bit low for two video cards and an overclocked CPU. Is it? frown.gif
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You're 6950 should be getting 8k+ PPD since my 6870 at 1 GHz gets 8k PPD. In regards to the Nvidia unknown PPD, I get the same problem on my 9800 GTX+ in v7.
As for the issue related to Nvidia folding, I recall the servers don't host the credit information in the same way as AMD GPU and SMP folding so the v7 client can't retrieve it properly.

Rolf... i get 6000 PPD with a 7970. Folding, don't even bother with amd.
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Well I have heard that the v7 client can be a pain to work with and the units it gives are garbage. From looking at that screenshot it appears it is calculating bonus credit but it is so low that it does not make a difference. Might want to try the console client or give a linux VM a shot. I would imagine that you have completed 10 WUs if you have been folding SMP on a passkey since late last month as your EOC stats indicate

As for the overclocking if you have a decent cooler on the 2500k you should be able to easily get 4.5 with temps below 65 depending on ambient. I am at 4.7 at 63C
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You're 6950 should be getting 8k+ PPD since my 6870 at 1 GHz gets 8k PPD. In regards to the Nvidia unknown PPD, I get the same problem on my 9800 GTX+ in v7.
As for the issue related to Nvidia folding, I recall the servers don't host the credit information in the same way as AMD GPU and SMP folding so the v7 client can't retrieve it properly.

Rolf... i get 6000 PPD with a 7970. Folding, don't even bother with amd.

Ouch, I'm hoping Stanford works on some better optimized code for AMD GPU's. We should be at least 10% behind CUDA with OpenCL. It's no secret that AMD has a little more raw compute strength then Nvidia, but CUDA just has a much larger "market share".
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So I left it on over night, and still only got 15k points yesterday. I still feel that is a bit low for two video cards and an overclocked CPU. Is it? frown.gif

Check your log and see what each WU is giving you credit wise. Even if V7 says that the ppd for your 275 is unknown, the log will tell you how many points you get and will also tell you how much you're getting after your bonus through SMP.
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