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post #1 of 445 (permalink) Old 09-23-2014, 02:52 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi All

 

Just got two brand new gtx 970s, so of course first thing I did after installing them was running [email protected] to see how they perform (like you do).

 

Currently at stock boost 1329Mhz, ppd is 259,000 on a 9201!

 

Seems like great numbers!



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259k a piece?



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Do you happen to have a watt meter to see the power being pull at the power socket?

Also looks great there ppd wise $ilent especially from a single card.


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Max wattage seen during benchmarking was 350watts for whole pc from wall.
In SLI??!!!!

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I have to say that is a great improvement over the 780s/titans both in power and production in terms of folding. I think I will wait till an 980ti comes out and decide to retire my 780. But the looks of it, I will probably have to drop from my folding team then.

Thank you for the numbers and power reading $lient, it was much appreciated.

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