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nice, might need to get a couple of these myself
I thought so as well, but after punching the numbers into the GPU database the 6970 doesn't seem as appealing to me now.

In Australia, the 6970's are $450ea, and according to the database, it'll do ~ 250K ppd - that's only 50K more then my single 5850, and I can buy 2x 5850's for less then the price of a single 6970.

In simple terms, crunching mw@h:
2x 5850 = $420 = ~395K ppd
1x 6970 = $450 = ~251K ppd

Makes better economical sense to stick with 5850's
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To be fair most of these applications aren't optimized for the 69xx series.
It's a new animal compared to its predecessors.
    
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I swear in the past I was turning 90 secs in MW with default speeds.
But I just ran MW for the first time in a month or so, 127secs.
So I guess the units are a little different, pretty impressive at 97secs.

Primegrid seems off, I'm turning 16 and 21min units.

I am having the same experience grunion milkyway was taking 1:26 to complete now all my 5870's are 2:00
post #24 of 37
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I thought so as well, but after punching the numbers into the GPU database the 6970 doesn't seem as appealing to me now.

In Australia, the 6970's are $450ea, and according to the database, it'll do ~ 250K ppd - that's only 50K more then my single 5850, and I can buy 2x 5850's for less then the price of a single 6970.

In simple terms, crunching mw@h:
2x 5850 = $420 = ~395K ppd
1x 6970 = $450 = ~251K ppd

Makes better economical sense to stick with 5850's

my single 5850 makes 285k per day avg.
    
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I thought so as well, but after punching the numbers into the GPU database the 6970 doesn't seem as appealing to me now.

In Australia, the 6970's are $450ea, and according to the database, it'll do ~ 250K ppd - that's only 50K more then my single 5850, and I can buy 2x 5850's for less then the price of a single 6970.

In simple terms, crunching mw@h:
2x 5850 = $420 = ~395K ppd
1x 6970 = $450 = ~251K ppd

Makes better economical sense to stick with 5850's


Economically, yes. But the heat that those 2x 5850 produces is way too far than a single 6970.

I guess if we're talking about PPD then 2x 5850 is better by a large margin.
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with my 6990 i can get 2x wu's done in about 3 mins. or a single dnetc workunit done in just about 7 mins. i say thats a nice increase from 10mins with my 5970.
    
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new dnetc work unit takes 15 mins but gives me 6200points.
    
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I thought so as well, but after punching the numbers into the GPU database the 6970 doesn't seem as appealing to me now.

In Australia, the 6970's are $450ea, and according to the database, it'll do ~ 250K ppd - that's only 50K more then my single 5850, and I can buy 2x 5850's for less then the price of a single 6970.

In simple terms, crunching mw@h:
2x 5850 = $420 = ~395K ppd
1x 6970 = $450 = ~251K ppd

Makes better economical sense to stick with 5850's
i get over 700k per day with my 6990. might wanna redo the math on that
    
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i get over 700k per day with my 6990. might wanna redo the math on that
700K a day on milkyway?? Thats what he was referring too.

Still an impressive number regardless.
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700k+ on dnetc.net
    
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