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Originally Posted by SmasherBasher View Post
Once the doonations and auctions come through forr Syrillian, we will have a nice folding army.

Each system will have an i7-960, 12GB of system RAM, Corsair AX-1200, and 4x GTX 560. They will be housed in case Labs M10

We are planning 4 of these.
Any estimates of ppd for one of those??
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post #22 of 25
i7 = 30,000 PPD
560 = 15,000 PPD? x4 = 60,000 PPD

total of ~90,000 PPD

I'm not sure how badly the 560's will hurt the i7's PPD though.
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post #23 of 25
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i7 = 30,000 PPD
560 = 15,000 PPD? x4 = 60,000 PPD

total of ~90,000 PPD

I'm not sure how badly the 560's will hurt the i7's PPD though.
Four gpu3 clients will have a huge impact on smp folding. If the i7 960 is clocked at 4+ it might have a chance with bigadv but the realistic ppd will be around 10k ppd. Each of the gtx560 will average 14k so 66k per rig.
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post #24 of 25
i wonder how much power an SR-2 w/ oc'd x56xx uses while folding...
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i wonder how much power an SR-2 w/ oc'd x56xx uses while folding...
Saw some numbers on foldingforum.. they said about 600w while folding for an sr2 with 5650's i believe. quad opty (48 cores) is about 700w
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