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I have a couple 771s folding. Mainly using them as a heat source. I haven't turned my heater on yet this winter biggrin.gif
My dual X5460s @ 3.8GHz seem to get a little bit less than my 2700k or my X5670.
My dual E5420s @ 2.5GHz usually do around 20k.

Out of curiosity, how much does your 2700k pump out?
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Out of curiosity, how much does your 2700k pump out?
I've had some issues with my loop on that box. Let me look up my WU history and I'll reply
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Sorry, double post. Mobile Page went wonky on me.
Edited by ZDngrfld - 12/6/12 at 3:52pm
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I get around 40-50k PPD generally on my 2600k @ 4.9ghz folding 24/7 in linux.

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Out of curiosity, how much does your 2700k pump out?
Anywhere from 35k-60k+ it seems. Running native Linux
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That is terrible actually, when you consider the PPD / Watt. A single 3570k, not even OC'd, will do around, or possibly more than 14k PPD, and probably use 1/4 the electricity.

Ah yes, but it would also cost me $300+ for a 3570k rig! smile.gif

Also, I goofed with a power supply calculator (not a perfect indication, but gives an idea), and the Dual E5430's only require a 263W PSU where the single 3570K requires 182W PSU.

So 1/4 of the power might not be exactly correct, but I do understand what you are trying to say.

My 3570K draws around 130W at 4.7 and a little over 140W at 4.8, so about half and mine is overclocked, running a oversized PSU too (HX750). Usually around 25-30k PPD on most units.
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I'd bet that an experienced folder will be more accurate than a 'PSU calculator' (that''s not made by Phaedrus) 9 times out of 10 for modern hardware. tongue.gif
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