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Seems awesome points for the Vega 56, hopefully I get more of these WUs!
 

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That is nice, generally my 2080Ti does 2.5M+ PPD but one day it did 4.5M must have been the same kind of work units. Pumped through over 25 in a day.
 

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nice! :thumb: i'd have to get another 1080 or maybe add a 2070 to have any hopes of a PPD like that
 

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That is nice, generally my 2080Ti does 2.5M+ PPD but one day it did 4.5M must have been the same kind of work units. Pumped through over 25 in a day.
It definitely varies a lot. The best project I have had for my 1070 was a 16433 which gave me 999,851PPD. SOOOOOOO close to a million PPD with a 1070.
 

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It definitely varies a lot. The best project I have had for my 1070 was a 16433 which gave me 999,851PPD. SOOOOOOO close to a million PPD with a 1070.
Interesting. I have generally had very low PPD with the 16433's. My Titan X's generally sit somewhere in the 650k range on those and my 2080 Ti only does about 1.5M. On good work units my Titans can be closer to 1-1.1M and the 2080 Ti closer to 3.5M.
 

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Interesting. I have generally had very low PPD with the 16433's. My Titan X's generally sit somewhere in the 650k range on those and my 2080 Ti only does about 1.5M. On good work units my Titans can be closer to 1-1.1M and the 2080 Ti closer to 3.5M.
I just noticed it was using the newer corex22 0.5, so that probably had something to do with it. My other 1070 on the same project was at 800k PPD with the more common corex22 0.2 version
 
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