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hmm, I let my testbed run through the night, everything is crispy new. And only getting 43.7k PPD on a 6900 tpf of 27min. (with an overclock of 5ghz) Something feels off.

-edit- messed with ram slots and timing, got a tpf for one frame for a little over 50kppd, I will post results after a few frames. Hopefully that was it.
seems like ram really effects PPD on these things
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More than you would think. I still think gigabyte has some work to do on the memory side, I would expect the ppd to go up even a little more with some bios updates. But for now 49.865k PPD will do =P. You will notice some of the older frames in there also from before I messed with the ram.

As for now I am back up on my main work OS and same speed and such, I will be running 2x 250's so I will post the ppd of that as well, but before I do that im going to let it run through some more frames while I work to see the effect of the SSD on it.

-edit-

So far it seems the ssd helps im over 50k, will update after some more frames.
Edited by Lutro0 - 1/18/11 at 8:38am
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More than you would think. I still think gigabyte has some work to do on the memory side, I would expect the ppd to go up even a little more with some bios updates. But for now 49.865k PPD will do =P. You will notice some of the older frames in there also from before I messed with the ram.

As for now I am back up on my main work OS and same speed and such, I will be running 2x 250's so I will post the ppd of that as well, but before I do that im going to let it run through some more frames while I work to see the effect of the SSD on it.
Very nice! How do temps look like on the XSPC Rasa?
    
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When I'm able, perhaps I'll build a dedicated 2600k rig I'm traditionally a GPU-only folder... but I get bored...
    
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Very nice! How do temps look like on the XSPC Rasa?
I am around 60-67c and its a little warm in my office. It does a really good job.
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This is on my ssd, on an old install of windows. (my work desktop)
I will do one on the same install with my 2 gts 250s folding also.

50.157k PPD =)
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2600k @ 4Ghz 1.144v with stock cooler
P6701 - 15,600 PPD


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This is on my ssd, on an old install of windows. (my work desktop)
I will do one on the same install with my 2 gts 250s folding also.

50.157k PPD =)
Gah! Wow nicely done sir!
Are you going to add it using the form or do you want me to do it for ya?
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