Originally Posted by Grandpa_01
A 980X at 4.4Ghz has frame times of 19:50 per frame for around 70,000 PPD. If I was you I would shut down those 2 - 460's because they are costing you 30,000+ PPD on your CPU. At 4.6Ghz you should be getting around 75,000 to 80,000+ PPD with the 980X. You are currently getting around 37,000 PPD with 30:00 min. frame times.
I'm not running the gpus because they hurt my ppd so much, so i guess this comes down to why am I so much slower than you? Are there differences between bigadv work units that might explain this?
Update - The other day I tried 23x200 and 21x200 and they were the same time frames on SMP runs, just now I changed from 23x200 to 32*133 and dropped my vcore and memory to 1066 and now I'm at ~24 minute frames. I'm going to try boosting vcore now to see if it's that or the memory or the 200 bclk that it doesn seem to like.Edited by stren - 3/14/11 at 3:47pm