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I have reinstalled the client and choose SMP (only). It's been running for about 20 minutes now and the PPD reading is only 6800 at the moment. Will it go up over time?

Would depend on the unit its doing.
 
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If the machine is your main machine and running Linux as the main os isn't an option. You should look at running VMware or Oracle vm virtualbox with a Linux os and folding@home this should bring in more points for you per day.

My i7 2600K @ 4.4Ghz brings in 29K PPD(dedicated Linux folder).
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There is a loss but not as dramatic. My 3570k at 4.6ghz drops from 24000 PPD to ~18000 PPD folding a single GTS 450, when I add in a second GTS 450 it drops to around 12000 PPD. .

Intel systems are a lot more sensitive when throwing a GPU in the mix to fold together : my SR2 setup was losing 18k PPD when adding the GTX295 to fold, which loss could not be filled not even by the GTX folding, which was doing around 15k PPD. That is why I stopped using the GPU folding on the Intel platform. Will try a GTS 450 (7.5k PPD) on the Opteron setup see how it goes.
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I have reinstalled the client and choose SMP (only). It's been running for about 20 minutes now and the PPD reading is only 6800 at the moment. Will it go up over time?

 

On what unit? 6800 is pretty low.

 

Can you post TPF and Project number?

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I wish that were true for 6.34 clients, between windows and Ubuntu I have the exact same PPD. I might have to try the new v7 client this weekend.

 

v6 also benefits greatly from a UNIX environment. Honestly though, a3 units are crappy compared to a4 when you consider the additional 10% bonus. I've been getting poor units for a4 standard for almost 2 weeks now and I'm still averaging over 41k PPD. With good units, I can do 65-70k easily on ubuntu + v7 on my 2600K.

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I have seen my PPD go as high as 16000, but as low as what is seen in these screenshots




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