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post #31 of 33
Well. 8.3k PPD sounds about right for a 450.
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post #32 of 33
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Originally Posted by behappy View Post
Really odd, From the pictures on the first page something does not seem right with the temps of the videocard, maybe I could be wrong but all three of my gts 450 run at about 60c at full load. yours where running alot lower then that, What speed is the pcix socket your card is in? I would check the version of the gpu client you have running also would make sure you have the correct command in the propertie tab of folding@home for a fermie card. With the fhm I would make sure you have the directory setup correctly. Also with the duel gpu setup I had to run both terminal clients to get alright ppd. I would also make sure the setup flag in folding@home is set to low instead of idle.
Agreed. There is no way that a card under full load should be lower temps than an idle card, which seems to be the case in the posted pics. Also, don't use the viewer, it is known to hit your PPD a bit.

I think it would also help if OP posted all the specs of the comp currently being used to fold.
post #33 of 33
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Um Apparently it doesn't like Windows 7 Pro 64-Bit (My HDD) I got it folding originally on my friends HDD (Vista Home Premium 32-Bit) I used the same drivers, same settings, the only differences were the OS they were even the same type of HDD +/- a MB or so.
     
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