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Well well well, look who's back... Been a long time I folded and it shows. I haven't the foggiest of whats going on anymore in the folding world. Tried to run the new client, the 430 I'm using is estimated to get about 140K+ PPD compared to my 780Ti which is sitting around 5300PPD?

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Well well well, look who's back... Been a long time I folded and it shows. I haven't the foggiest of whats going on anymore in the folding world. Tried to run the new client, the 430 I'm using is estimated to get about 140K+ PPD compared to my 780Ti which is sitting around 5300PPD?



The slots just got mixed up, not too uncommon issue redface.gif You could remove the 430, reinstall the F@H software and all should be hunky dory thumb.gif
However, I would not bother using the 430 or the CPU and just crank up the OC of the 780Ti. If you can get close to 1200Mhz, then you should be putting out anywhere from 250K to somewhere above 300K depending on he Work Unit.
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Anyway to sort it out without having to remove the 430? As its my only means of hooking the PC up to a monitor.
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Anyway to sort it out without having to remove the 430? As its my only means of hooking the PC up to a monitor.


Can delete both GPU folding slots, and try adding one GPU at a time in the configure menu - hopefully it will be recognized properly.


Is the 780Ti going to be a 24/7 folder?
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Can delete both GPU folding slots, and try adding one GPU at a time in the configure menu - hopefully it will be recognized properly.


Is the 780Ti going to be a 24/7 folder?

I tried that, couldn't work out which card was which. The 780Ti is going to be a 24/7 folder. I do have a 5930K and dual 980Ti Strix's that I can add for the Fold'a'thons.
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I tried that, couldn't work out which card was which. The 780Ti is going to be a 24/7 folder. I do have a 5930K and dual 980Ti Strix's that I can add for the Fold'a'thons.

Looks like this will have to get bumped up higher smile.gif Hopefully someone else will chime in here soon with some better ideas.

BTW - How about joining Team Competition, if interested, see sig.
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Looks like this will have to get bumped up higher smile.gif Hopefully someone else will chime in here soon with some better ideas.

BTW - How about joining Team Competition, if interested, see sig.

I used to be part of the team comp. I started folding back in 2009. I remember the days where everyone went mad for the GT450 because they got monster PPD back on the old 9** series WU. I remember getting 19K I think from a GTX460 I had at the time. Hell I remember folding on the PS3!
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I used to be part of the team comp. I started folding back in 2009. I remember the days where everyone went mad for the GT450 because they got monster PPD back on the old 9** series WU. I remember getting 19K I think from a GTX460 I had at the time. Hell I remember folding on the PS3!



980Ti are real power house for folding now......600K PPD with nice OC, more when folding in Linux........Highly desirable by Teams in TC thumb.gif
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Can't afford to run these 980Tis all the time, I play games too much to install Linux.
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Try setting up each GPU with the index's.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1490720/guide-configuring-client-v7-7-4-4-for-multiple-additional-gpus/0_30
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