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All the parts are waiting at home for me...

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I want that monkey!
    
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Prize list in the OP has been updated with donations from admin, CTRLurself and bfreddyberg. :D

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Would it be better for me to fold on my 680 or on my 2500k?
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Both -  the 680 won't hurt the 2500k much, so you'd be fine to use them together.

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Hooray for moar prizes wheee.gif

One of those Ducky's is mine this time sneaky.gif
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omg @CTRLurself. you are my hero!!

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Any way for me to see what my PPD is for real? My 6950's PPD is the only one showing up. My 275 and i5 just say unknown. But I assume that they are doing SOMETHING since they both are running at 100%..

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EDIT: Actually, according to HFM my 6950 is doing 9000 PPD and my 275 is doing 8000. That sound right?
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post #259 of 4207
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GTX 275 might be a bit low, but nothing to suggest you didn't set it up correctly. :)

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Seems about right. But I'd put the i5 on smp=3, leaving a core free for your 6950.
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