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I feel your pain man. When I first started folding on my sig rig. I was like this computer should get great numbers. Then I saw like 3-4k ppd. I was disapointed. But so far the new dedicated rig has been 13-16k ppd. I have been trying to OC my 8800gs but dont know how to stress them yet. Have been with ati for a long time now. Tough getting back into these things. And when I oc the cards my screen gets real funny looking and then eventually crashes so well see about that.
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I feel your pain man. When I first started folding on my sig rig. I was like this computer should get great numbers. Then I saw like 3-4k ppd. I was disapointed. But so far the new dedicated rig has been 13-16k ppd. I have been trying to OC my 8800gs but dont know how to stress them yet. Have been with ati for a long time now. Tough getting back into these things. And when I oc the cards my screen gets real funny looking and then eventually crashes so well see about that.
Yeah, the Nvidia cards do great for folding. However, I like ATi's price/performance for games and the fact that I support the underdog .

Maybe one day, the new GPU client releases will include some huge gains for ATi cards, because I'd love to push more PPD with my 4850.
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Yeah, the Nvidia cards do great for folding. However, I like ATi's price/performance for games and the fact that I support the underdog .

Maybe one day, the new GPU client releases will include some huge gains for ATi cards, because I'd love to push more PPD with my 4850.
Yeap I hear there are good things coming. I have been AMD/ATI for a few years. Never built Intel till now but will stay with AMD. Hoping the new denabs whoop some butt.
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Yeap I hear there are good things coming. I have been AMD/ATI for a few years. Never built Intel till now but will stay with AMD. Hoping the new denabs whoop some butt.
Completely agree. Once this rig is falling behind, I'm upping to whatever AMD has available at the time.

My old rig was a S939 AMD rig. Loved it, but wasn't cutting it, hence why I have what I have now.

I also hope the denebs do good. AMD needs it and consumers need it to drive down the prices of all chips.
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I still have 2 939's going. Great chips for there time. 4400x2 and a 4200x2. Those were the days. Sweet just passed OCCT at 3.24.
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I still have 2 939's going. Great chips for there time. 4400x2 and a 4200x2. Those were the days. Sweet just passed OCCT at 3.24.
Yep, just sold most of my 4200+ X2 setup. I kinda miss it .

Ahh well. It was time, and I needed the money
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I have yet to stress test it yet but I got 3.5.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=462589

I also couldn't find TM2. Muliplier is still bopping up and down.
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I have yet to stress test it yet but I got 3.5.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=462589

I also couldn't find TM2. Muliplier is still bopping up and down.
Nice, how much voltage did you have to put through it?

And as for the multi, you probably have, but in the bios cpu settings just make sure the multiplier is set and not just on auto.
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highest vcore is like 1.5v, ive gotten mine to like 3.8 so the best of luck to you!! *JaKe*
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Nice, how much voltage did you have to put through it?

And as for the multi, you probably have, but in the bios cpu settings just make sure the multiplier is set and not just on auto.
I have manually set the multi. I well in Bios I needed 1.525 but with vdroop windows said 1.5 - 1.51. Needed more volts it would have stayed stable.

Now if the temps are low like lets say 50 degrees full load at 1.55 would it really do damage? Even though the temps are real low?
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