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post #21 of 37
Just some info for you to compare

My GTX 480 running @ stock clocks 700 924 1401 is reporting 14,558.40 PPD at this time running a P6806. Where as my two GTX 460's are reporting 8959.02 PPD each running a P6806. Running under Vista 32bit at the moment. I normally fold using WinXP 64bit.

GTX 480 1.18 Minutes Percent (Vista 32Bit)
GTX 460 2.10 Minutes Percent (Vista 32Bit)
    
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only 9k on GTX460? thats pretty low...
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Originally Posted by [CyGnus] View Post
Nate i know this is your thread but i am experiencing the same thing my GTS450 @950/1900 is only doing 7900PPD on 1348pointers and everyone else are getting 8500PPD with less shaders... why is that? My card is watercooled at 32ºC so its not temp issue
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Interpolation already did that (winAFC) same result's though my GTX460 is fine gicing me 13k the 450 is the problem even folding alone only does 7900ppd....
Sorry I should have quoted the OP in my last post bc I was primarily speaking to him when recommending that kind of software Your situation sounds a bit different. Maybe in your case it is a driver or client related issue(?). It sounds like you have ruled mostly everything out already.
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Just to set the record straight, I don't mind anyone (Especially my folding team mates lol) hoping in here and "Thread Stealing" as it helps me and anyone else with this problem find a solution just by reading this thread. As for getting any better results, I still have not been able to. I never had any problems with the 912 and 925 WU's but once they dropped these new WU's the $hit hit the fan so to speak. I might try that program that was suggested on page 2 and see if that helps my problem as for now the only thing that I have to help me prioritize is windows lol. Thanks for all of your suggestions and hopefully we get this figured out. I think that Stanford needs to take another look at their WU's and figure out how to make it play nice with multiple Clients running on the same computer as these are the people that do the most WU's for them.
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my two GTX 460's are reporting 8959.02 PPD each running a P6806.)
Something has to be going on here, running p6806's im sitting right around 11k per card and I'm only @ 1600 shaders.
    
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I think that there has to be something universally wrong with these WU's because there shouldn't be that some people are having this problem and some are not.
post #27 of 37
I agree Nate but its weird since i have 3 GPU0's here and onle the GTS450 are affected... I even did a format to rule system things out.. Fresh install and the same thing 7.9k PPD.... Also tried 4 sets of drivers (260.89 / 260.99 / 262.99 and 263.09 )same thing...weird indeed hope some fix soon...

PS: I will try the console client to see if i get any changes in ppd.... currently i am on systray
Edited by [CyGnus] - 12/19/10 at 12:22pm
post #28 of 37
Thread Starter 
I know that Fermi cards are very CPU intensive when folding so maybe the fact that you are running you X6 on SMP and also folding on 2 other fermi cards is too much for it to handle. I tried to use Process lasso and I saw no improvement on my 480 but it is making it better for my CPU and 260 so I guess it is a plus. Maybe we have bad cards and or CPU's (Knock on wood).
post #29 of 37
if i dedicate all cores to the GTS450 and fold with it alone i have the same PPD as 2 gpu3 and smp so... i dont get it... Also tried the console client same result... so i guess we have cursed card's... the thing is that with 900's i was getting 15300PPD for my OC its OK but these wus i have less then the others with lower oc's....
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10.5k to 11k with my 460.
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