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Well no s**t Sherlock poke.gif, how is it done?
Wooh. Sorry there, thought that was self explanatory enough.

Geesh, you help some people out, seems like they don't appreciate the help at all. jealoussmiley.gif
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post #262 of 841
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I've ran 4 different nVidia GPUs in machines also running an SMP VM on all cores without issue. I've only ever heard of needing to set aside a core for AMD GPUs.
Also unless things have changed in a recent v7 client update you should only change the core count while in between work units. Last I checked changing the CPU count in the middle of a WU like that would make th WU fail.

May very well be an update. I'm running the Beta client (V7.2.9?)
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You have to pause the slot and start it again to get the change in CPU usage. I change the core count mid-wu quite often and never failed one because of it. thinking.gif
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post #264 of 841
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The configuration may not change until after the current WU. If I recall that's what happened when I set mine back. The next WU should show a lot less on CPU usage.
EDIT: I might mention I discovered that in Windows you don't have to disable any cores. Made no difference on my GPU PPD's, but I still got all of my points on the CPU. The -1 flag automatically allows for the CPU usage by your graphics card.

Gotcha! I got it to work by just closing FAH and re-opening it. Seems that's I'm getting almost exactly the same PPD as before. Still begs the question, shouldn't I be getting more with my 660Ti (or at least as much) than a 5xx card?
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post #265 of 841
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Gotcha! I got it to work by just closing FAH and re-opening it. Seems that's I'm getting almost exactly the same PPD as before. Still begs the question, shouldn't I be getting more with my 660Ti than a 5xx card?
It depends. If the 5xx card is better (performance wise) than the 660 Ti, the 5xx card will get more PPD.

Points also depend on how stable your GPU OC is. The less stable, the less point you get.

Are you running an 8057 WU? Those are the ones that bring in big PPD.
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post #266 of 841
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Gotcha! I got it to work by just closing FAH and re-opening it. Seems that's I'm getting almost exactly the same PPD as before. Still begs the question, shouldn't I be getting more with my 660Ti than a 5xx card?
+

It's my understanding that may not be the case. Not sure why, but everything I've read has pointed me to the 5XX series for Folding@Home. I was actually looking at a GTX680 and bought a GTX580 instead(can't wait to fire it up!). What Client are you running? And have you switched your core from the new 2.25 back to the older 2.22? I'm running the "beta" Client with core 2.22 and it made a 6K difference in PPD. At the same time the 2.25 may be optimized for the 6XX series cards. Questions I can't answer, but gives you something to research! tongue.gif
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Wooh. Sorry there, thought that was self explanatory enough.
Geesh, you help some people out, seems like they don't appreciate the help at all. jealoussmiley.gif

Hey man, I was just messin with ya... The effort is appreciated thumb.gif
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It's my understanding that may not be the case. Not sure why, but everything I've read has pointed me to the 5XX series for Folding@Home. I was actually looking at a GTX680 and bought a GTX580 instead(can't wait to fire it up!). What Client are you running? And have you switched your core from the new 2.25 back to the older 2.22? I'm running the "beta" Client with core 2.22 and it made a 6K difference in PPD. At the same time the 2.25 may be optimized for the 6XX series cards. Questions I can't answer, but gives you something to research! tongue.gif

I'm running V7.2.9 with the beta tag... When I tried to run 2.22 in the past I wasn't even able to get it to run my GPU at all. I guess I can live with "just" 135k PPD...
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Hey man, I was just messin with ya... The effort is appreciated thumb.gif
Oops. Sorry, I guess I over-reacted a bit. redface.gif
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I'm running V7.2.9 with the beta tag... When I tried to run 2.22 in the past I wasn't even able to get it to run my GPU at all. I guess I can live with "just" 135k PPD...

Just! That's pretty good! On a 8057 I get about 140K, and on a 8018 about 19K. Don't even want to talk about the 762X's. Hate 'em with a passion. Take forever to run and crap for points.
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