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james000222
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First question: how many coins per day estimate? Doing a bit more reading, found a thread that referenced coins per day estimate. I've been looking for a points to Curecoin converter - I imagine that is dependent upon hardware specs. Here are mine.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
Memory size 4095 MB
Core clock 405.0 MHz
Memory clock 324.0 MHz

Mainboard: X99-A/USB 3.1
Intel Core i7-5820K CPU @ 3.30GHz
Number of cores 6 (max 8)
Number of threads 12 (max 16)

Memory Type DDR4
Memory Size 16 GBytes
Channels Quad
Memory Frequency 1223.8 MHz (1:18)

Second question: if I want to bring another PC online - can I just sign in on the same account on another computer? Same setup and config?

Thanks!

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Posted : 19/09/2016 7:12 am
jrweiss
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Answer to second question: Yes. You can configure as many computers as you want with the same F@H user info.

Someone else will have to answer the first question.

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Posted : 19/09/2016 8:06 am
wilding2004
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A 970GTX produces ~300k ppd.

the amount of cure you get from 300k points depends on the total team points for the day.

7488 curecoins are distributed each day to all the folders in the team. if the team only produced 3 million points, you would get 748.8 cure. If the team produced 300 million, you would get 7.488.

Happy folding

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Posted : 19/09/2016 12:00 pm
artoar_11
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@james000222 wrote:

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
Memory size 4095 MB
Core clock 405.0 MHz
Memory clock 324.0 MHz

These frequencies are visible when GPU on idle. Under load frequencies are:

Core clock 1200-1300 MHz (depends on the manufacturer)
Memory clock 6000 MHz (max. 7000 MHz)

My GTX 970 @ 1400MHz OC, makes 320-360k PPD (NV driver 372.70)

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Posted : 19/09/2016 1:48 pm
wilding2004
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@artoar_11 wrote:

@james000222 wrote:

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
Memory size 4095 MB
Core clock 405.0 MHz
Memory clock 324.0 MHz

These frequencies are visible when GPU on idle. Under load frequencies are:

Core clock 1200-1300 MHz (depends on the manufacturer)
Memory clock 6000 MHz (max. 7000 MHz)

My GTX 970 @ 1400MHz OC, makes 320-360k PPD (NV driver 372.70)

Memory speed makes no difference to f@h. But yes a oc on the gpu will give you an average over 300k ppd.

After many, many years of running overclocked hardware with f@h, I have come to the conclusion that it is better to leave everything at stock speed and save on the downtime.

Or maybe it's just as I get older, I can't be as bothered to babysit a gpu 24/7 ;D

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Posted : 19/09/2016 5:02 pm
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