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dime
 dime
(@dime)
Eminent Member Customer

Please post the following info and be as specific as you can

1. ppd for the card
2. cpu model
3. amount of ram
4. gpus make and model
5. os and version
6. amd catalyst or nvidia driver version
optional 7. any additional notes you want to add

I will see about collecting this info for a public google docs spreadsheet we can share.

Note from wuffy68: In addition to this internal board, we highly recommend you report results on the overclock.net GPU Projects PPD Database:

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Topic starter Posted : 10/05/2014 10:05 pm
o3u
 o3u
(@o3u)
Active Member Customer

same gpu WF3 7950 giving me 20k, 80k, 10k, 110k.

1. 20k, 80k, 100k, 110k (4 gpu rig)
2. Athlon II
3. 4gb
4. 7950 WF3 Gigabyte
5. Windows 8
6. amd catalyst 14.1

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Posted : 10/05/2014 10:09 pm
bitshirehashaway
(@bitshirehashaway)
Eminent Member Customer

1. 108k
2. Intel i5-4670
3. 8gb system
4. AMD 7950 HIS
5. Windows 8.1
6. amd catalyst 14.4 beta

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Posted : 10/05/2014 10:21 pm
Zagen30
(@zagen30)
New Member Customer

1. 180k
2. 3770k
3. 8 GB
4. GTX 780
5. Win 7
6. Nvidia 337.50

I get the above on each of the two 780s I have, with both running at 1201 MHz core after boost.

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Posted : 10/05/2014 11:39 pm
r3animation
(@r3animation)
New Member Customer

1. 30k (15k per card)
2. i5-3570k (not folding)
3. 16gb
4. 6950 x 2
5. win7
6. amd catalyst 14.1

):

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Posted : 11/05/2014 12:27 am
FifthGhostbuster
(@fifthghostbuster)
Eminent Member Customer

1. 74k-80k per card
2. Ill update when I get home.. forgot ha. intell 2 core garbage.
3. 2gb
4. amd r9 270x again will update when im home
5. windows 8.1
6. amd 14.4 catalist
7. running 5 cards per rig.

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Posted : 11/05/2014 1:26 am
kqpahv
(@kqpahv)
New Member Customer

1. 415K (104 000 per card)
2. Intel celeron g3220
3. 4gb + 8gb pagefile
4. 4 x Asus 7970 Matrix @ 280x bios
5. Windows 7
6. Catalyst 13.12

I wonder how much my celeron and 13.12 drivers are bottlenecking the performance. Updating the cpu might be a option but moving off from 13.12 drivers is out of the question  :-[

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Posted : 11/05/2014 1:50 am
superdude
(@superdude)
New Member Customer

Saphire 7950 ~ 75-80k PPD
supported with ,
Amd Athlon II
4g RAM
Windows 7
AMD Cat 13.12  //14.x didnt support my 7950 , shows as R9 200 and give work to only one gpu

Saphire 6970 ~ 10k PPD
AMD Phenom II x4 955BE /3,5Mhz  ~ 5k PPD
8g RAM
Windows 7
AMD Cat 14.4  // didnt make any difference, will prob go back to 13.12

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Posted : 11/05/2014 1:52 am
lasershurt
(@lasershurt)
Eminent Member Customer

1. [s:v0h564k1]21k, 12k[/s:v0h564k1] 75k, 75k
2. i7-2600k
3. 8gb
4. 2 x Sapphire Dual-X Radeon R9 270x
5. Windows 8.1
6. Catalyst 14.4

[s:v0h564k1]If anyone has a guess as to why my cards produce a fraction of what they should, I'm all ears.[/s:v0h564k1]

Primary rig finally re-adjusted. Second rig:

1. 16k, 13k
2. AMD Athlon 64 FX 3200+
3. 4GB
4. 2x HIS IceQ X Radeon 6950
5. Win7
6. Catalyst 14.4

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Posted : 11/05/2014 6:56 am
jrweiss
(@jrweiss)
Trusted Member Customer

1. 15K ppd
2. cpu i7-4770K
3. 16 GB ram
4. AMD 7750 (HIS 7750 iSilence)
5. Win7-64 Pro
6. amd catalyst 14.4
7. Limit CPU Folding to 7 cores

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Posted : 14/05/2014 5:30 pm
22naru
(@22naru)
New Member Customer

1. ~85k
2. Intel Celeron G530 @ 2.4 GHz
3. 8 GB ram
4. MSI TF3 R7950
5. Win7 x64
6. amd catalyst 14.10

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Posted : 16/05/2014 3:09 am
drozenski
(@drozenski)
Active Member Customer

1. 170-185k
2. Intel I74770
3. 16GB
4.  ASUS R9280X-DC2T-3GD5
5. Windows 8.1
6. AMD 14.4

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Posted : 16/05/2014 8:46 am
Fastpow
(@fastpow)
New Member Customer

1. 240k PPD
2. Intel I5 4750
3. 16GB
4. MSI R9 280x TWIN FROZER (Got 2 of those)
5. Catalyst 13.12

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Posted : 16/05/2014 10:43 am
bardacuda
(@bardacuda)
Eminent Member Customer

1. ASUS - 92.6k / GIGABYTE - 79k
2. AMD Phenom II 1090T @ 3.7GHz, 1.4V folding on 3 of 6 cores with 6100 PPD
3. 8GB
4. 1) ASUS R9270-DC2OC-2GD5 @ 1270MHz core, 1250MHz VRAM, 1.225V / 2) GIGABYTE GV-R9270OC-2GD @ 1100MHz core, 1250MHz VRAM, 1.206V (stock)
5. Win7x64
6. Catalyst 14.4
7. It's not possible to modify the voltage on the gigabyte even by editing the vbios but the cooler is great. Asus cooler is not so good but it overclocks great and voltage can be modified with vbios edit. Probably better to go with 270Xs if you want to OC to avoid headaches. Sapphire toxics are nice.

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Posted : 16/05/2014 6:49 pm
carver
(@carver)
New Member Customer

Is anyone able to help point me in the right direction?  I seem to be getting much worse performance on the GPU than expected.  My CPU is going at 14k PPD, and my GPU is stuck at 2k.

1. 2k
2. i7-3630QM, 8 core
3. 16GB
4. nvidia GeForce GT 660M
5. Ubuntu Desktop 14.04
6. nvidia 331.38, proprietary

Things I already checked: Core_17 is enabled, seems to come standard now.  I have a free CPU core for my GPU (I even freed up a second one just in case).

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Posted : 18/05/2014 4:23 am
koss
 koss
(@koss)
New Member Customer

1. 429k (~71,5k per card)
2. Intel Celeron G1820
3. 8 GB @ 1600 CL11
4. 6 x Sapphire R9 270 @ 1000/1250 MHz
5. 7 x 64
6. Catalyst 14.4
7. Power - 700 W at the wall

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Posted : 25/05/2014 2:21 am
Downix
(@downix)
New Member Customer

1. 79372
2. AMD Opteron 6366 HE 16-core
3. 32GB
4. AMD FirePro S7000
5. Windows 8.1
6. Driver: 13.352.1006, Catalyst 08.00.0916
7. This is my companies build machine, but during idle times between building code we use F@H as we've learned that if we let the GPU idle for too long it gets grumpy when we wake it up. Faster and cheaper to have it continually doing something and any coin we make goes into upkeep on it. Being an HE and FirePro, the power consumption is not too bad either, considering the power it has.

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Posted : 28/05/2014 11:52 am
ChristianVirtual
(@christianvirtual)
Eminent Member Customer

All on GTX 780 (Gigabyte And Zotac) under Ubuntu 13.04. Stockclock driver 332.x

Average 138kPPD, but really depend on the project assigned

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Posted : 05/06/2014 6:44 pm
DrDaxxy
(@drdaxxy)
New Member Customer

Sapphire R9 280X Dual-X, stock clocks (1020/1500), no powertune, no throttling. Catalyst 14.6 Beta (May 23, though the website lists it as May 27).
Getting 100k-130k PPD on the card.

Also folding on a Xeon E3-1230v3 (Haswell 3.3GHz quadcore with hyperthreading, turbo clock about 3.5GHz) for 10k-20k PPD, depending on project.

These two are in a Windows machine.

Core i3-4130T (Haswell 2.9GHz dualcore with hyperthreading) in my Linux HTPC is getting 6k PPD right now. Haven't really been able to observe project differences.

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Posted : 08/06/2014 9:36 pm
Mgruben
(@mgruben)
Trusted Member Customer

1. 45,000 to 58,000
2. Intel Core2 Quad Q6600
3. 3,975MB (4,095MB Swap)
4. EVGA GTX660sc (factory OC) [two in rig]
5. Arch Linux 3.14.3-2 x86_64
6. Package: (nvidia-304xx), version: (304.121-3)
7. Abit Fatal1ty FP-IN9 motherboard, XFX P1-1000-BELX PSU

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Posted : 10/06/2014 6:18 am
Aggresive
(@aggresive)
New Member Customer

1. 131k + 126k
2. AMD A10 FM2+ 7700K w/R7 graphics
3. 16GB + 25GB swap
4. AMD SAPPHIRE R9 280X dual-x VAPOR-X 3GB (factory OC 1070/1550)
5. Windows 8 Pro 64bit
6. AMD catalyst 14.4 (14.10.1006)

7. 280X is the 1st PPD, on-chip R7 is the 2nd.

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Posted : 09/07/2014 4:09 pm
wuffy68
(@wuffy68)
Admin

1. 58K PPD Core 0x17 or 15K PPD Core 0x15
2. AMD Athalon 5600+ x2
3. 4 Gig
4. nVidia GTX 750 Ti
5. Windows 8.1_64
6. ForceWare 337.88
*Note 0x17 core uses MUCH more CPU time, while GPU TDP is low at 68% whereas 0x15 jobs are pure GPU, therefore TDP for 0x15 jobs goes up to 87%. This tells me that I'm using only two thirds of the 750 Ti's potential ... Using a modern CPU should yield notably more PPD with the 750 Ti,

Also may want to note the environment temperature is 65

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Posted : 10/07/2014 3:04 am
StephanB9
(@stephanb9)
New Member Customer

1.  60-63k x2 and 9- 10k on cpu
2.  AMD fx-8350
3.  8 gig
4.  2 sapphire vaporx r9 270x cards
5.  windows 7 pro 64 bit
6.  amd catalyst 14.10.1006
7.  asrock 970 extreme 4 board

note just started yesterday so numbers havent leveled off yet but 60 to 80 on these cards is the norm also all of my hardware is running at stock clocks ;D

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Posted : 28/07/2014 4:35 pm
Turner223
(@turner223)
New Member Customer

1. 215-225k
2. Pentium g3258 (Haswell)
3. 4gb
4. 290x Sapphire Tri-x (1095/1365 OC)
5. Windows 7
6. AMD catalyst 14.7 beta
7. Whole system has two 290x's and pulls 480 watts from the wall. Marvelous.

1. 125-135k
2. 3770k (Ivy Bridge, gets 12-15k ppd using 6 cores)
3. 16gb
4. 7950 HIS (1100/1375 OC)
5. Windows 7
6. AMD catalyst 14.7 beta
7. Don't have wattage on this system, but it has two 7950's and I assume lower wattage than my 2x290x system.

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Posted : 05/08/2014 6:45 pm
Jakem8
(@jakem8)
New Member Customer

Currently in the process of upgrading my system.Will be getting at least another GPU, and will be upgrading my RAM and CPU to a 4970k

Current specs:
1xGTX 980Ti
i7 3770k
8GB RAM

CPU = 10k/day

Getting anywhere from 430-520k/day

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Posted : 10/10/2015 2:57 pm
artoar_11
(@artoar_11)
Active Member Customer

@Jakem8 wrote:

Currently in the process of upgrading my system. Will be getting at least another GPU, and will be upgrading my RAM and CPU to a 4970k

Current specs:
1xGTX 980Ti
i7 3770k
8GB RAM

CPU = 10k/day

Getting anywhere from 430-520k/day

From i7 4970k do not expect much more PPD. 4C+4 HT ~ 20-22k PPD max.
Only for FAH i7 3770k and 8GB RAM are enough.
For GPU's PPD see this table:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vcVoSVtamcoGj5sFfvKF_XlvuviWWveJIg_iZ8U2bf0/pub?gid=2

And the power of the PSU must be chosen carefully.

If you have any doubt, you can always ask a (the same) question here:
https://foldingforum.org/viewforum.php?f=38

good luck 🙂

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Posted : 11/10/2015 5:11 am
FifthGhostbuster
(@fifthghostbuster)
Eminent Member Customer

1. 1.2m ppd --- 1.4m ppd
2. i7-5960X
3. 64 GB
4. 2x Asus 980 ti OC/// STRIX-GTX980TI-DC3OC-6GD5-GAMING
5. windows 10
6. 10.18.13.6822
7. This set up is over kill i know but i use the computer for other things too. So i need it. still pulling high numbers though. I'm also not even over clocking the cards yet. If i have more time ill post numbers with over clock settings.

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Posted : 01/07/2016 5:54 pm
wuffy68
(@wuffy68)
Admin

@FifthGhostbuster wrote:

1. 1.2m ppd --- 1.4m ppd
2. i7-5960X
3. 64 GB
4. 2x Asus 980 ti OC/// STRIX-GTX980TI-DC3OC-6GD5-GAMING
5. windows 10
6. 10.18.13.6822
7. This set up is over kill i know but i use the computer for other things too. So i need it. still pulling high numbers though. I'm also not even over clocking the cards yet. If i have more time ill post numbers with over clock settings.

Nice .... what percentage of points are coming from the i7 ? Have you seen any difference between running more virtual cores?

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Posted : 02/07/2016 10:55 pm
WhatComesAround
(@whatcomesaround)
Active Member Customer

1. 70-90k PPD
2. i3 - 2100
3. 8GB RM
4. Asus GTX 750ti OC
5. Windows 10
6. 368.81
7. My 750ti is further overclocked (Core V : +31, Core Clock : +135 Mhz, Memory Clock : +400Mhz)

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Posted : 17/08/2016 12:06 am
4thKor
(@4thkor)
New Member Customer

I'm pulling 7+ mil PPD per day and will increase that by 1+ mil by end of next week. Running 10 rigs with 3 980 Ti's, eight 980's, 2 970's, and 2 7990's. All rigs are Intel based with various sockets, all relatively new generations. All rigs run Linux Mint 17.3 Cinnamon. Ram varies by rig with a min of 8gb and max of 64gb. Three rigs are 4P, one is 2P, rest are single CPU. Haven't been utilizing CPU's on any but the 4P's (80 c/t's on one, 64 on two). Most are shut down now. I've been folding for Overclock.net. Looking into this to see if there is indeed a return on my investment. I do fold for the cure, and have also delved into BOINC recently.

Please reply if interested in my participation. Thanks!

Forgot to mention I'm using Tesla 346.96 drivers on Nvidia cards and 15.12 on the 7990's. all cards are also overclocked, some WAY overclocked (1540+ mhz stable).

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Posted : 04/09/2016 1:44 am
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