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post #11 of 42
Added the better folder of my two GTX 465s. Also added my GTX 670 since I didn't see any 6XXs on the list.
post #12 of 42
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Added some, cept I forgot to edit the GPU from 580 to 570.

Oops, fixed that for you.  ;)

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Added the better folder of my two GTX 465s. Also added my GTX 670 since I didn't see any 6XXs on the list.

Cool, cool.  I was more curious about Kepler numbers when I started this thread, as I have two GTX 580s, so I pretty much know what Fermi can do.  Still looking for a reason to drop $500 on a 680 Lightning (Other than it matches my RAM, and Motherboard).

post #13 of 42
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Oops, fixed that for you.  wink.gif
Cool, cool.  I was more curious about Kepler numbers when I started this thread, as I have two GTX 580s, so I pretty much know what Fermi can do.  Still looking for a reason to drop $500 on a 680 Lightning (Other than it matches my RAM, and Motherboard).
Yeah... As of right now there's no way I'd buy another 6XX card for folding purposes. The 76XX WUs aren't bad, but for the price, I'd wait until they actually have WUs that are optimized for Kepler.
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Yeah... As of right now there's no way I'd buy another 6XX card for folding purposes. The 76XX WUs aren't bad, but for the price, I'd wait until they actually have WUs that are optimized for Kepler.

 

I believe the 76xx WUs are 'optimized' for Kepler, at least they require the 2.25 core required for Kepler (which nerfs Fermi production). 

post #15 of 42
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I believe the 76xx WUs are 'optimized' for Kepler, at least they require the 2.25 core required for Kepler (which nerfs Fermi production). 
Well, if that's the case, your GTX 580 is spanking my GTX 670 on those units still.
post #16 of 42
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Well, if that's the case, your GTX 580 is spanking my GTX 670 on those units still.

Well, on the P8054 unit, your TPF is 2:15 on your GTX 670 @ 1084MHz. That puts it in between by GTX 560Ti@900 which is doing a TPF of 2:19 and my GTX 580@900 which is doing a TPF of 1:41.

So yeah, it still seems to favor the 5xx series ... for now ... and on the older 80xx units. I gotta see how they stack up on the newer 76xx units.

On the 7625 units, you are mauling me. GTX 670@1085 TPF 5:32 vs GTX 560Ti@900 TPF 7:34.

On the 7626 unit (which you haven't gotten yet, but I'm assuming will be similar), the GTX 580@900 seems to do a lot better though ... TPF 5:29. Again, the 76xx should be close to each other, plus or minus 5 seconds I would guess.
Edited by 47 Knucklehead - 12/17/12 at 9:17am
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Well, if that's the case, your GTX 580 is spanking my GTX 670 on those units still.

 

If I ran mine closer to stock, like your 670 is running, then it would be different, plus I think the extra cuda cores of the 680 do help slightly on the 76xx WUs, so that would be the true comparison.

 

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Well, on the P8054 unit, your TPF is 2:15 on your GTX 670 @ 1084MHz. That puts it in between by GTX 560Ti@900 which is doing a TPF of 2:19 and my GTX 580@900 which is doing a TPF of 1:41.
So yeah, it still seems to favor the 5xx series ... for now ... and on the older 80xx units. I gotta see how they stack up on the newer 76xx units.
On the 7625 units, you are mauling me. GTX 670@1085 TPF 5:32 vs GTX 560Ti@900 TPF 7:34.

 

I meant just for the 76xx WUs that require 2.25, on the 80xx WUs Fermi still does better.

post #18 of 42
Hmm... I might have found something that might affect my numbers with the GTX 670. I swore I had a core set aside for my video card on the box that has the GTX 670 in it. I just checked the config and it seems like it didn't... I'm going to switch which box it's in when I get home. I'll keep you guys updated on what I find.
post #19 of 42
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Hmm... I might have found something that might affect my numbers with the GTX 670. I swore I had a core set aside for my video card on the box that has the GTX 670 in it. I just checked the config and it seems like it didn't... I'm going to switch which box it's in when I get home. I'll keep you guys updated on what I find.

nvidia GPUs don't require much CPU so the loss of a core for a GPU slot will probably hurt overall.
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Yeah... As of right now there's no way I'd buy another 6XX card for folding purposes. The 76XX WUs aren't bad, but for the price, I'd wait until they actually have WUs that are optimized for Kepler.

Yeah, same here. Esp for the extra cost a 6xx card requires.
post #20 of 42
Judging from how poorly my 550 is performing, I might have to actually pull the triger on that 570 I have been looking at, I can justify double the watts pull for triple the PPD. I think I will just claim it was a christmas gift just to hide it from the wife.

Though I am suprised that my 560SE is that close to the better 4XX out there. I am going to see if I can dump some more volts into it, to clock it higher.

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