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Ok guys and gals, I'm not expert on ppd's but I see a lot of threads discussing them. I like many others would like a better understanding of them and why they drop on our machines.

Remember to bench and post in nitteo's nVidia Win GPU2 ***BENCHES*** This will help me provide more accurate info.

also show your support with ENTERPRISE! Please lets all FOLD for eachother!. Lets Unite!

When your done looking over these threads, Go talk some trash here

Work Unit Info provided by markt
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Please discuss the ppd's and NO flaming of any kind please. All disrespectful/snid remarks will be reported.
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Below will be an ever updating list of VideoCards and their average ppd. This is by no means "accurate" of everyone's cards, but give some general info and what to expect. REMEMBER this is a work in progress and I need you're PARTICIPATION to help EVERYONE. Nvidia and ATI information NEEDED

To be added later CPU ppd's. This will be a rather large list and will take some time gather the information.

Submission requirements: Things are getting a little confusing while adding PPD's, so to simplify things please submit in this format.

VideoCard(brand/core/Memory/Memory interface)=ppd
CPU(Brand)=ppd


Nvidia:

GTX 280-6500-7700
GTX 260-6500-
9800 GX2-
9800 GTX-6189
9600 GT-4200-
8800 Ultra-
8800 GTX-4100-4600
8800 GTS (640MB-G80)-2100-4937
8800 GTS (512MB-G92)-4700-5681
8800 GTS (320MB-G80)-3344-5180
8800 GT-4100-5924
8800 GT SC (512MB)-5529
8800 GS SC5249-5529
8800 GS4459-4766
8600 GTS-1993-2023
8600 GT-1500-2600
8500 GT-
8400 GS-
8400M GT-507

ATI:

HD 4870X2-
HD 4870
HD 4850-1500-2500
HD 3870X2-1178-1728
HD 3870 OCed Edition-2223-2700
HD 3870-2800-3100
HD 3850-1600-2010
HD 3650
HD 3470
HD 3450
HD 2900XT
HD 2600PRO-900-1000
HD 2600XT-900-1285
HD 2400PRO
HD 2400XT

AMD
Phenom 9850-188
Opteron 175-150-460
Opteron 165-150-210
Athlon 64 x2 4200+-150-200

Intel
QX9650-2300-
Q6700-1600-2100
Q6600-1923-2100
E7200-1200-
E6750-2624-2930
E6600-2500-
E4500-98-420

UPDATED to POST #292
Edited by GuardianOdin - 8/25/08 at 5:20am
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I got a new folding machine a couple days ago and was doing around 18k-20kppd ,now without any glitches yesterday I got 14k
You know stanford acts like they're giving money instead of pts.
Edited by markt - 7/9/08 at 2:53am
    
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Good idea for a thread. I would like some info on this also as I am no expert. Well to start off the conversation. Gaurdian, do you know where I can find how many point a WU a specific work unit is worth ?

Thanks.
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On the F@H forums I believe here, but I think it's more dealing with issues than the points.
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Thanks dude. Well like I said before. If people across the board are seeing a considerable drop in there PPD then this leads me to think that Stanford have made some adjustments rather than a configuration error along the line.
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post
Thanks dude. Well like I said before. If people across the board are seeing a considerable drop in there PPD then this leads me to think that Stanford have made some adjustments rather than a configuration error along the line.
It's looking that way. Plus from scanning over the F@H forums. It seems work units such as Ambercore have lower numbers.
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Redid the farm. Lost a CPU in the process (not broken, but will be replaced).

Both GPUs still doing ~4,000 - ~4,500 ppd (the 480 pointers closer to 4,000ppd, and the 479 pointers closer to 4,500ppd). That's all the difference I get.

Now, my *actual* ppd has been a bit lower, but I haven't been 24/7 in a while (had a rig down at least half a day every day lately.. too much tinkering).

So right now what's folding:
- Q6600: dual SMP vmware/linux (Bal3wolf's distro)
- E6600 + 8800GTS (G80): SMP vmware/linux (Bal3wolf's distro) + GPU2
- Celeron D 356 + 8800GTS (G80): GPU2

And in the mail:
- E6550
- DFI Lanparty DK X38-T2R
- Another Tuniq Tower
- 8800GTS (G80)

So I should end up with three GPUs @ ~4,000ppd each and 5 CPU cores at ~2,000 each. Taken downtime into consideration, I'm gunning for ~20k ppd when it's all set and done.

More future plans involve figuring out how to run multiple GPUs in one board (I don't like those empty PCI-E slots), a nice board for the Opterons 8212HE's, and at least one 8800GT(S) (G92)
    
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I know what you mean. My Expert has an extra PCI-E slot that needs to utilized! Have you checked in FaHMon to if your ppd's have dropped in the past few days? Maybe just the last few hours. Sunday-Monday I was getting 5200 or so with just my 8800GT. Now Tuesday and today I'm getting half that. I'm as Enterprise state if it's F@H themselves that have dropped the points per work unit.

I have also seen Duke mention something about sever troubles as well.
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I've been noticing a variation in the PPD on the GPU client as well, but I can't pinpoint if it's something to do with the work units or my hardware because there's always an asterisk next to the PPD.



Just added an 8800GTS 640mb G80 VGA yesterday afternoon & have 2 more 8800GT 512mb to add, but only one rig to add them to since I just lost a mobo to a power surge

Each quad is running 2 instances of Windows SMP & the QX9650 & the Q6700 Machines are both running the GPU2 client.
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572ppd on the 8800GT!? that's pretty low. I wonder if it could be an issue with the client....hmmm
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