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post #41 of 50
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Originally Posted by 47 Knucklehead View Post

Nope, there isn't much more you need to do than that.

There are some things you can do to get more PPD (Points Per Day), like setting up an account, selecting a team (like OCN) and getting a "passkey". Once you have done 10 WU (Work Units ... or jobs), if you have a passkey, you will get bonuses for your PPD.

Beyond that, there are things you can do, like overclocking and for CPU folding running on Linux instead of Windows, that will give you more points, but to just get started it is REALLY easy.

Here is a link to a good page on the "how to": [Windows 7] Complete Client v7 Guide

Just pick a name (usually your OCN name), use Team 47785 (OCN) and pick if you want to Fold on just your CPU (SMP) or video card (GPU) or both (GPU & SMP).

If you want to get a "passkey" (which I recommend), go here and type in your email address and they will mail you one. Then you just take that number and plug it in.

Link to get a passkey: Passkey form

That's about it.

Then if you get addicted, you can look at maybe joining one of the many OCN Teams and compete with other teams for cash and prizes ever month (not only does the top team win stuff, but random prizes just for being on a team are handed out).

Here are some more links about the teams:

OCN Folding Teams

[Official] OCN Team Competition Sign Up Sheet

Team Competition - Manual

If you join, be sure to mention my name to get priority access. wink.gif

Team OCN is 37726, not 47785 biggrin.gif
post #42 of 50
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Team OCN is 37726, not 47785 biggrin.gif

You are right. Where in the heck did I pull that number from? Must be Friday or something.

[Edit]

Nevermind, that is how many PPD the machine I was looking at was pulling.
post #43 of 50
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You are right. Where in the heck did I pull that number from? Must be Friday or something.

[Edit]

Nevermind, that is how many PPD the machine I was looking at was pulling.

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post #44 of 50
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Somehow, spending an extra $25 a year on electricity after you just dropped $2000 on a pair of video cards isn't of major concern. biggrin.gif

More like an extra $25 a month, and that's if you have decent electric rates.
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post #45 of 50
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I have edited the first post to show true numbers. My apologies for being in a hurry to post results and not realizing how much time it takes for the counter to reach correct readings.

I really am amazed they are almost double from my first pic. I tried folding adding my CPU and it only added ~2k to the PPD score so I stopped folding with it.

The monthly fold-a-thon is Monday and I am ready to see what 2 days straight will give me. I will post back results soon after for everyone. smile.gif
post #46 of 50
On these terrible 807* work units my 680 is the fastest performer

Titan - 1:55
690 - 2:24
680 - 1:44
580 - 2:03
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post #47 of 50
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That doesn't make sense. mad.gif How can the differences be that extreme between similar cards?

Then there are extremes between WU's : http://www.overclock.net/t/1369631/march-2013-foldathon-18th-20th/80_80#post_19549062


Kinda frustrating ...
post #48 of 50
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That doesn't make sense. mad.gif How can the differences be that extreme between similar cards?

Then there are extremes between WU's : http://www.overclock.net/t/1369631/march-2013-foldathon-18th-20th/80_80#post_19549062


Kinda frustrating ...

New card. Drivers haven't caught up yet.

Give it some time.
post #49 of 50
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More like an extra $25 a month, and that's if you have decent electric rates.
Yeah no. My entire bill is less than that before I turn my PC on, and I have an electric oven/stove.

EDIT: I also just added myself to 37726... Now to figure out why my Titan is scoring WAY less than my GTX 465...



Something to do with credits or whatever? I am not "new" to this, but I never really bothered to look into how it all works, I just ran the software in the background and called it a day, but that was ages ago.
Edited by Masta Squidge - 4/1/13 at 7:43pm
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post #50 of 50
So I'm not sure if I got everything all set up right, I'm folding on 314.22 and I'm getting around 35-40k ppd on my titan, this feels low.. I mean my 3770k is getting me 32kish on this WU.

What is going wrong? I have client-type advanced and next-unit-time 90 set as the flags for both CPU and GPU.



Also, I somehow got this extra WU sitting there.. every time I restart the PC or FAH it gambles on which one to start up, the other just hangs there doing nothing.. how do I get rid of it? Preferably by completing it and not getting another WU in its place.
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