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I have been trying to tweak these machines but they fight. For the clocks im running, (not high I know) my points seem low. What does everyone think?

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The 460s look a bit low. I get about 12k on mine, you should be able to get a pretty healthy overclock on it.

Also, OC your 6600, you should be able to get 4-5k out of that.
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In MHZ for the GPUs you should put the Shader clock instead.
The 580s need more OC, my 480 gets more than that on a small OC.

Other than that it looks good to me.


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Also, OC your 6600, you should be able to get 4-5k out of that.
I assume he has GPUs on that rig thats why its low and it is stock, not sure why.
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post #4 of 12
You can always reference the PPD databases-

http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...-database.html

http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...-database.html

The 6600 is about half of what it should be.
    
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Originally Posted by LiLChris View Post
In MHZ for the GPUs you should put the Shader clock instead.
The 580s need more OC, my 480 gets more than that on a small OC.

Other than that it looks good to me.




I assume he has GPUs on that rig thats why its low and it is stock, not sure why.
The reason the 6600 isnt overclocked because the board I have is terrible. It is on a p6n Diamond and whenver I try to overclock it locks up. But I like the board for the slots.

Also what clocks should I try on the 460's? What are most people running?
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Also what clocks should I try on the 460's? What are most people running?
The first link I posted is the GPU PPD database. The second column of the spreadsheet shows the shader clock.
    
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post #7 of 12
No worries my q6600 is on a HP asus mobo, so the BIOS is locked for the most part.
I was able to get some controls like fan speed one day but then it disappeared...
All I get is 3.5-5k PPD on it with 1 8800gts.

You should push that 480 to at least 1550 shaders which will give you 16k PPD.
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post #8 of 12
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I should probably add that the Q6600 has the 3 GTX260's folding, the i7 Garage is folding with the GTX480 and the GTX 460's. The other i7 is folding with the GTX580's.
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post #9 of 12
Yea I knew that was the case, the PPD chart is great and all but when you have a farm of GPUs you have to ignore it for the most part. Thats why I didn't link it.

The CPUs look fine, its the GPUs that could use some more OCing love.
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post #10 of 12
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Ok I think my 480 is a piece of crap. Any overclock over 800 core produces NANs immediately at any voltage. The card is currently running at 76c in an ambient of 21f, -6c.
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