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Ah. So here is what is happening. That SMP unit should take you about 10 hours to fold, straight through. Because you keep closing the client, you're slowing down the process. From that log file, you are already over 24 hours since you started crunching the unit.

CPU units, if you are using a passkey, will award bonus points depending on how quickly you finish them, which is why they are such low credit to start with. Since you keep pausing the unit, the awarded credit for the unit is going down.
 
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so why is the PPD always below 3K?
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so why is the PPD always below 3K?
Last page, you stated at one point that your PPD was at 6.7k PPD. I'd assume that between the time you posted that and the time that you corrected it to 3,000 PPD either you used the machine for something like gaming, watching a movie, or other such activity that may affect CPU usage and the PPD "dropped" or you turned off the client for a period of time.

PPD is calculated based off your most recent 3 frames in HFM, I believe. So after these activities it would take some time before it resumed "normal" PPD amounts. But, once you've paused the client for an extended period of time, as noted in your log, you will never get back the "normal" PPD, because you're not achieving that amount.

PPD is a function of the time the unit was downloaded, against the preferred deadline, based on your current Time-Per-Frame (TPF).
 
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Last page, you stated at one point that your PPD was at 6.7k PPD. I'd assume that between the time you posted that and the time that you corrected it to 3,000 PPD either you used the machine for something like gaming, watching a movie, or other such activity that may affect CPU usage and the PPD "dropped" or you turned off the client for a period of time.

PPD is calculated based off your most recent 3 frames in HFM, I believe. So after these activities it would take some time before it resumed "normal" PPD amounts. But, once you've paused the client for an extended period of time, as noted in your log, you will never get back the "normal" PPD, because you're not achieving that amount.

PPD is a function of the time the unit was downloaded, against the preferred deadline, based on your current Time-Per-Frame (TPF).
ah i see now thanks for explaining it
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ah i see now thanks for explaining it
Glad I could help!
 
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