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Thanks for trying this out op! A quad core chip running bigadv.. that says alot about the changes made for Sandy Bridge.
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hmm im waiting for the ati client to come out. so i can put 5870's to work....
Supposedly it will be ready in March. I hope it makes it worth folding the 5xxx and 6xxx cards on an i7. I wish I could beta-test it..


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Supposedly it will be ready in March. I hope it makes it worth folding the 5xxx and 6xxx cards on an i7. I wish I could beta-test it..


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They allow anyone to apply:
http://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=8
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n00b: Just wondering if we can get another update? Everything on the i5 2500k still working fine to fold bigadv on time? I'm already planning out the next rig, which is still a month or so away for $$ reasons, but it'd be nice to save $100 each time and get more rigs online sooner
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n00b: Just wondering if we can get another update? Everything on the i5 2500k still working fine to fold bigadv on time? I'm already planning out the next rig, which is still a month or so away for $$ reasons, but it'd be nice to save $100 each time and get more rigs online sooner
But that $100 more for the 2600k could be getting you 15k more ppd... or more.
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Did you ever finsh another WU.
Edited by Grandpa_01 - 1/24/11 at 7:47pm
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But that $100 more for the 2600k could be getting you 15k more ppd... or more.
It could? I'm not 100% sure on the math so I don't actually know about the 2500k-2600k differences... what does each pull (an average)?

If it really is 15k PPD (at minimum).. then that might be worth it. I thought it might only be like 6-10k ish... even though I have no evidence to support any such claims, just a thought. The $100 could have been spent on a GPU to make up the difference
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It could? I'm not 100% sure on the math so I don't actually know about the 2500k-2600k differences... what does each pull (an average)?

If it really is 15k PPD (at minimum).. then that might be worth it. I thought it might only be like 6-10k ish... even though I have no evidence to support any such claims, just a thought. The $100 could have been spent on a GPU to make up the difference
Check in here:
http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...ridge-cpu.html

Just as you would need a good OC to do bigadv on the i5, you would need just as good of an OC to get the extra 15k ppd.

Some of the results on that list are just ridiculous, like the 11k ppd @ 4.5GHz... the person must have turned off HT or something.
You see near the top of the list the people running bigadv were getting PPD > 40k


You are right though, you would need a graphic card since these CPUs dont have the integrated graphics... so the $100 saved on getting an i5 could go toward a nice low power card...
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Check in here:
http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...ridge-cpu.html

Just as you would need a good OC to do bigadv on the i5, you would need just as good of an OC to get the extra 15k ppd.

Some of the results on that list are just ridiculous, like the 11k ppd @ 4.5GHz... the person must have turned off HT or something.
You see near the top of the list the people running bigadv were getting PPD > 40k


You are right though, you would need a graphic card since these CPUs dont have the integrated graphics... so the $100 saved on getting an i5 could go toward a nice low power card...
Thanks for the info and direction. You're right--some of those results are the list are a bit odd... I'm already folding on my main rig which is a 2600k so I'm getting an idea of where that baselines at.
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n00b: Just wondering if we can get another update? Everything on the i5 2500k still working fine to fold bigadv on time? I'm already planning out the next rig, which is still a month or so away for $$ reasons, but it'd be nice to save $100 each time and get more rigs online sooner
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Did you ever finsh another WU.
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Originally Posted by usmcz View Post
It could? I'm not 100% sure on the math so I don't actually know about the 2500k-2600k differences... what does each pull (an average)?

If it really is 15k PPD (at minimum).. then that might be worth it. I thought it might only be like 6-10k ish... even though I have no evidence to support any such claims, just a thought. The $100 could have been spent on a GPU to make up the difference
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Thanks for the info and direction. You're right--some of those results are the list are a bit odd... I'm already folding on my main rig which is a 2600k so I'm getting an idea of where that baselines at.
Yes, the i5-2500k AT 4500MHZ has finished several WU's:

You can see there the days where the WU was finished.
http://folding.extremeoverclocking.c...hp?s=&u=253601

It's averaging about 25k PPD alone.

the SAME rig has 2 9800GT's folding also.

the rig totals about 33-35k PPD
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