I have been quietly testing the project using CORE22 in beta for the past few days, and I think if the results are in any way indicative of how the core will perform when it is released, I think we can draw the following conclusions: 1. Mid-range Nvidia RTX and high-end GTX cards look to be getting a really healthy boost. 2. Navi card owners who have been waiting patiently to fold may well be disappointed. 3. It's too early to tell how well the very big beasts will work, as the only project currently being assigned is a relatively low atom count. From early reports, the RX 5700XT looks to be getting around 750K ppd in the project compared to the following averaged results I've collated: GTX 1080Ti - 1.49M ppd (mmm hmm!) RTX 2060 - 1.11M ppd RTX 2070 - 1.32M ppd RTX 2070 Super - 1.72M ppd (oh baby!) RTX 2080 Ti - 2.4M ppd I'm sure a bigger atom count project will see the 2080 Ti nudging 3.5M as the GPU utilisation is close to 100% and the big core count cards love complex projects. The future of GPU folding is looking to get a huge boost soon, good times. It's just a shame that a crappy project (14310) is also in beta, and I keep getting these assigned across all cards so have had to switch off the beta flag as it was bringing my ppd down to an uncomfortable low.