Originally Posted by crystalhand
On both of my 1gig versions I was getting 15k ppd with the older WUs and about 10k PPD on the new units. I have a 460 evga superclocked that is .962v stock and overclocked to 820 which seems to be the max without more volts. I guess I will try to kick the volts up and see if I can push it higher. Any programs out there to test stability of GPUs? Dont like using failed WUs as an indication
For anything earlier than the 500 series use the OCCT GPU test with error checking on, it's basically fool proof.
Originally Posted by aas88keyz
Originally Posted by Krusher33
Congrats to the winners.
Chimp Challenge is next month...
So you better have those changes done.
Of all the years I have been folding I never done a chimp challenge and I hate to say it but I don't even know what one is. Looks popular but I always missed it. I don't expect any off topics in this thread but if someone could just give me a link to learn more about the chimp challenge would be most appreciated.
As far as improvements on my system I worked with my main folding rig and not only gained 200MHz on my overclock but i lowered my temps by 6 degrees. I think this will help me a little in the next folding event. For now I am going to let my system cool off and work on my secondary folding rig for a while as I root for the nhl playoffs going on today. As always going to be some good games today. GO RANGERS!!!
LOL, nothing is off topic in the folding section.
The Chimp Challenge is a once a year folding competition between 8-10 of the top folding teams that lasts about a week to ten days. This is proceeded by a month or more of arguing over the format for the CC. It's great fun. I don't think there is a good link I could give you to learn about previous CCs but what I told you is the jist of it. If you want to learn more about the arguing though there are plenty of good links
for that.Edited by juano - 4/21/12 at 12:13pm