2075 on both. But I think that beta TXp driver might actually be doing the right thing...
nice - I've been running Xps for quite a while. There are a few WUs that will hit 2M PPD (I run my pair at 2062MHz)... unfortunately there seem to be more WUs that are closer to 1M PPD. :blinksmilTitan Xp at 1974 MHz:
If I push it just a bit harder it should break 2M PPD.
erm.. where did you get the [email protected] bench?It seems to roughly correlate but I'm not sure how accurate the performance/watt figures are
Anyway the Quadro P2000 gets 54 in the [email protected] bench and produces around 250K to 270K PPD in the [email protected] client. It's a 75W Professional card with GP106 cut to 1024 shaders and 160-bit memory bus (typically running 1700 - 1721MHz GPU core, ~1750MHz memclock). Theoretically should be ~70-80% of a GTX 1060 6GB.
There was one day I didn't really use the PC at all and it produced 300K production per [email protected] stats.
GPU-Z : https://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/details/5zmvv
THX! where's the freaking rep+ button???
well... that would be it for me. I run DDU before every new driver install.yeah the p2 state thing has been in nvidia drivers for a bit, it WAS in the nvidia control panel for a couple revisions of the drivers but then they just got rid of it and then you needed inspector to modify it. I THINK maybe you need to of installed older drivers and then never cleanly updated in order to still have the toggle.
ThanksCongrats on breaking the 2M milestone :thumb:
Still just getting the same WUs with pretty much the same performance. I'll mess with getting a linux boot setup this weekend and report my PPD.
oh... daum that's pretty significant, I'm gonna have to try a linux install someday.Everything seems to be running alright. I did have some issues with the [email protected] control causing the computer to crash when it was up. So far it doesn't seem to be an issue on the 396 drivers. Initial testing is showing ~300k more PPD on similar units at lower clock speeds. Bumped clocks back up around 2050 core...so when I am doing playing games today I'll let it run for the week and see what the results are.
a third TXp... huum. If you go with a dual purpose rig (gaming +) I'm not sure I'd go with a TR2. Folding would be fine, gaming... you may not be impressed. A 2700X (TR) would do just fine tho in my experience. For a small gaming box, I'd look to a 8086K-based rig. tho I have 2 7740X's here on matx boards and they just rip thru games. Tough choice!Nice!
If you switched to Linux for folding that PPD would go up a good bit. Right now both of mine are running 2038 core and default P2 mem speeds and I am getting an estimated 3.25 mil PPD.
I'm torn. I want to build a new rig to play with... but I don't know if I should go MITX and run that as my main rig and just have this one dedicated to folding... or just sell the Motherboard/RAM/CPU I have and then go something like thread ripper and get a third TXp. At the resolution I game at (3440x1440 @ 120hz) one overclocked TXp is enough. So I don't really "need" anything more powerful than that.