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so i thought to myself hey i wanna check my ppd and i poped up hfm and i was getting wierd numbers.. is there any program out there that i can manage all of my clients from one spot?
 

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You could give Fahmon a go (guide in the Guides forum); it works similar to HFM.
 

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Its probably your 470s thats killing your PPD. I get 55K ppd without my 450s folding. When they did it dropped to like 30k.

EDIT: Your TPF is 32min! What project are you working on? With Project P6900 I get a TPF of 23min.

I assume you are running a P6900 because with a TPF of 32min you get a PPD of 34k.

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http://linuxforge.net/bonuscalc2.php
 

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Originally Posted by Onions;11939376
p2684

and even without the 470s folding im still getting 60k ppd and its only showing 30
Where are you getting 60k from? Your PPD is correct, the P2684 is a beastly WU. Its a PPD killer, I get 30k with it with no gpus. I can def see you getting 60k with something like the P6900.
 

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Yeah, heres my benchmark from HFM. I had four of those cursed work units in a row.

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Project ID: 2684
Core: GRO-A3
Credit: 8955
Frames: 100

Name: i7 970 ASUS ROG
Path: C:\\ROG FAH6.30-win32-SMP - Copy\\
Number of Frames Observed: 300

Min. Time / Frame : 00:31:39 - 34,588.1 PPD
Avg. Time / Frame : 00:34:22 - 30,569.0 PPD

 

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Originally Posted by $ilent;12560916
Onions i think your misunderstanding what its saying...it says 30,000ppd because it takes 2 days to finish, so in 2 days you have 60,000points etc.
A 6 core i7 can get 55k ppd easy. I bet 60k is within reach. He was correct with his PPD questions.
 
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