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I was only replying to your idea of QRB on lower end hardware and not on the 7970. thumb.gif

If the core_17 WU is the best compromise for performance on all hardware then I am happy with it, and it is cool that they have built a core that can run on all platforms.

The conspiracy theory was a joke.
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I for one welcome our new AMD GPU folding overlords.wheee.gif
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QRB is not linear so if AMD or Nvidia card is slower than the benchmark machine then its PPD may be significant less compared to older WUs. And the same goes on the other end of the spectrum, where the 7970 sits so I doubt it will have points lower than the older core.

A new core isn't always about best performance on all sets of hardware or even on one set a hardware. Its one set of code that Stanford has to manage instead of core 11,15, and 16. They don't have unlimited personnel and this allows scientists to do more sciency things. Here is a great post from proteneer regarding core 17:
http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?high=&m=1877857&mpage=7#1882086
post #304 of 1527
Hi! Ok, I install 7.3.6 and 13.2beta7, but when run f @ h client it works with core16. I am doing something wrong, or what?
Sorry my english


Solved, just add a client type -beta
And my 7850 get 16k+ PPD
Edited by mkclan - 3/16/13 at 6:54pm
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I'd love higher QRB on certain cards. My 7850 is rolling 12k PPD currently, which is only 1-2k PPD more than Core 15. :/
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Anyone seen this behavior before? My clocks are jumping up and down, killing my ppd. All I do is set %power limit down to +19 then back to +20 and it's stable at 1130 again for hours, days even sometimes.

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If anything it's too hot and throttling and nothing to do with the core.
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My 7870 XT (975/1500) on p7662 getting about 24k ppd. Do my ppd looks normal..??
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My 7870 XT (975/1500) on p7662 getting about 24k ppd. Do my ppd looks normal..??

Have no idea of how your card compares to 7970's my three are getting 52K ppd each at 1250/1645
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My 7870 XT (975/1500) on p7662 getting about 24k ppd. Do my ppd looks normal..??
Looks good to me. My 7870, is currently pulling 23,668ppd on p7662. thumb.gif
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