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post #11 of 18
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Ok so I have removed my GPU completely and now running just the SMP client and I am getting 10k on it instead of the previous 3k smile.gif

Thank you, plus rep to all who helped!
 
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post #12 of 18
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Also for me:

new SMP = 10k
old GPU + SMP = 10k

is there much difference between the performance lost on the i5 due to the graphics card and the extra PPD the GPU provides?
 
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post #13 of 18
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Originally Posted by GerroffMe View Post

Also for me:

new SMP = 10k
old GPU + SMP = 10k

is there much difference between the performance lost on the i5 due to the graphics card and the extra PPD the GPU provides?
I'm not sure what it is you're asking here... tongue.gif... are you asking if your CPU or GPU will run slower doing other tasks now? If you're wondering about PPD, give it a day or two, and you'll see your PPD go up by a lot.
 
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post #14 of 18
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I'm not sure what it is you're asking here... tongue.gif... are you asking if your CPU or GPU will run slower doing other tasks now? If you're wondering about PPD, give it a day or two, and you'll see your PPD go up by a lot.

Yeah sorry that wasn't clear at all, it is ok, I have sorted it out now. My PPD is at 22k now, I jusrt hadn't given it time to refresh thumb.gif
 
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post #15 of 18
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The bonuses are based on how quick you complete the WU's, so if you're taking 25% longer to complete a WU, your bonus is going to drop quite a bit.

75% performance doesn't equal a 25% longer working time. Just an FYI. wink.gif

Was just a rough estimate rolleyes.gif



For reference though, dropping a core on my 8150 for AMD GPU went from 18k PPD to 15k PPD.

88% performance = 83% PPD on CPU
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post #16 of 18
Oh yeah, hahah. I've heard that it takes up to 3% (or 3 frames), for the client to refresh it's PPD estimate to something more accurate. It sounds like you already know that.

Good luck! And don't be afraid to ask questions! grouphug.gif
 
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post #17 of 18
too maximize your ppd...you can doing this...

for 2500K at 4.5ghz your run smp in vmware/linux = 18-19k ppd
using v7 client for amd gpu in windows = how much ppd i dont know but using v7 will use less resource from your cpu..
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post #18 of 18
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too maximize your ppd...you can doing this...

for 2500K at 4.5ghz your run smp in vmware/linux = 18-19k ppd
using v7 client for amd gpu in windows = how much ppd i dont know but using v7 will use less resource from your cpu..

Neah, folding a Radeon in v7 takes away a thread that can be used for SMP folding.
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