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Massive drop in coin credit/insane work units.

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jrweiss
(@jrweiss)
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I don't see any problem in your stats. Read my previous post about daily output. Your weekly output is rising steadily.

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Posted : 30/04/2016 10:45 pm
Darth_Mouse
(@darth_mouse)
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My experience is that the longer the estimated time to completion the lower the estimated PPD is. I do notice that in these long running low PPD WUs that my GPUs run considerably cooler than with the short running high estimated PPD WUs. Currently running 3 gtx 1080s with no overclock over factory on an 8 cpu linux mint pc. I'd welcome any suggestions on system tweaks I could make.

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Posted : 07/10/2016 2:38 pm
wilding2004
(@wilding2004)
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@Darth_Mouse wrote:

My experience is that the longer the estimated time to completion the lower the estimated PPD is. I do notice that in these long running low PPD WUs that my GPUs run considerably cooler than with the short running high estimated PPD WUs. Currently running 3 gtx 1080s with no overclock over factory on an 8 cpu linux mint pc. I'd welcome any suggestions on system tweaks I could make.

In recent times Nvidia gpu's have performed relatively worse on the larger WU's, while AMD gpu's have performed relatively better. This is down to chip design, and the way large numbers are handled by the hardware.

My Geforce cards all do better PPD on WU's they complete in under 6 hours, while my sole Radeon card produces it's best PPD on anything that takes over 24 hours.

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Posted : 07/10/2016 3:00 pm
Darth_Mouse
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@wilding2004 wrote:

@Darth_Mouse wrote:

My experience is that the longer the estimated time to completion the lower the estimated PPD is. I do notice that in these long running low PPD WUs that my GPUs run considerably cooler than with the short running high estimated PPD WUs. Currently running 3 gtx 1080s with no overclock over factory on an 8 cpu linux mint pc. I'd welcome any suggestions on system tweaks I could make.

In recent times Nvidia gpu's have performed relatively worse on the larger WU's, while AMD gpu's have performed relatively better. This is down to chip design, and the way large numbers are handled by the hardware.

My Geforce cards all do better PPD on WU's they complete in under 6 hours, while my sole Radeon card produces it's best PPD on anything that takes over 24 hours.

Thanks for clearing that up for me. Much appreciated.

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Posted : 07/10/2016 3:32 pm
wuffy68
(@wuffy68)
Member Admin

@Ldra02 wrote:

I'm having a similar issue. My points seem as though they're dropping off to next to nothing every other day. My WUs seem to be staying constant. User name is ldra02

Wilding2004 put it well. You'll notice that projects start as BETA, then move to ADVANCED, then move to FULL. The ones in ADVANCED are still not necessarily stable, so you may get some that lag or time-out due to driver compatibility issues, bad WU's, etc. They seem to indicate that ADVANCED do not necessarily award users more points (at least as of 2015)

There's a pretty good discussion about this on Foldingforum ... he're a quote from "bruce":

People who join the beta team or people who run Adv are willing to accept higher percentages of errors with a secondary goal of helping isolate problems, report them, and get them fixed.

https://foldingforum.org/search.php?keywords=advanced+vs+full

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Posted : 09/10/2016 4:12 am
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