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O_O Wow. At 950 I was getting about 16.5. I just got an entire K!!!!

Thoughts?

BTW this is on a 6805 (worth 1280PPD)
 

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This is an absolute beast when it comes to OCing, so I've been thinking of getting either this or a GTX 460 768MB for a folding rig. So far it seems you get higher PPD/dollar with the GTX 460 when it's OCed. For $600 I could make a GPU folding rig with two of those.
 

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That is rivaling that of a GTX 580. Seems like we have the new best folding card.
 

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63c @ 70% fan
 

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Chug chug, fold! This thing is still running strong!!!
 

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wow thats impressive!

I plan to get 2x 460 2wins for folding
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, they wont OC like your 560 though
 

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I think you should at least get to 850 on that card

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I've got mine OCed to 975 MHz @ 1.0v and it's doing 14.5K PPD. I'm pretty sure I can go over 1 GHz if I bump the voltage up to 1.15v.

I've got a second card that I haven't set up for folding yet since I'll need to turn off SLI for that.
 

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The GTX560 Ti's production fluctuates with projects, too. A 1348pt WU puts out ~2k less PPD than the 1280pt WUs from my experience. It's a solid little folder, but perhaps not the best folder per dollar. GTX460 768MB or GTX465 likely hold that title if you can find them in the $130-140 range (Before rebate).
 

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But what WU are you doing?
 

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Looks like this card is not gaming stable at 1000 core but it is good enough for folding.
 

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The GTX560 Ti's production fluctuates with projects, too. A 1348pt WU puts out ~2k less PPD than the 1280pt WUs from my experience. It's a solid little folder, but perhaps not the best folder per dollar. GTX460 768MB or GTX465 likely hold that title if you can find them in the $130-140 range (Before rebate).

I noticed that. The 1348 pt WU my card is working on right now has it at 12.6K PPD. The good news is the WU my 2600K processor is working on shows 17.8K PPD, and I have yet to overclock the processor.

My current GPU overclock is solidly stable at 975 MHz and when pushed to 100% only goes up to a temp of 68. I might be able to get a stable 1GHz overclock on these cards. I'll have to check it out later as this machine is running on a test bench at the moment. I had planned to case it yesterday, but put it off to today.

BTW, these cards cost $229.99 with a MIR of $30. When I saw the deal at my local CompUSA, I jumped on it for two.
 

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I am at 64C ATM with 70% fan.
 

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I gotta MSI Twin Frozr 560Ti, have it running at 950/1900/2100mhz, getting 14K-15k PPD on 6801 WUs. Temps are 53-56C with fan @ 50%, 1.025 Volts.
 

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I am running stock >.>
 
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