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two 570's, getting different PPD at same clocks, why?

post #1 of 24
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everythings the same.. as far as i know, just different bios

the 16k PPD one i just picked up from fry's today, it came in different packaging too

the 19k PPD i bought near release date from amazon

am i doing something wrong, or whats going on?

they're both evga superclocked if it matters


Edited by koven - 1/4/11 at 8:23pm
post #2 of 24
I would believe that one of your GPU is also handling your monitor and other visual while the other can use 100% on folding.
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they're both handling 1 monitor each

i just reset both to stock and one is still getting more ppd than the other lol.. not sure what's going on

post #4 of 24
Is PhysX enabled?
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physx is on auto
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I would believe that one of your GPU is also handling your monitor and other visual while the other can use 100% on folding.
also, when i had just ONE 570 powering two monitors, it was getting 19k ppd so i dont think its that
post #7 of 24
Try swapping them and see if it changes.
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Running any flags on the clients?
    
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post #9 of 24
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just -local -gpu1 and -local -gpu2

i'll try swapping them right now brb
post #10 of 24
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so i took out the 19k ppd 570 and ran the other one by itself

it's getting 16k ppd still
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