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PPD fluctuations

Discussion in 'bit-tech Folding Team' started by desertbaker, 1 Nov 2013.

  1. desertbaker

    desertbaker Steady Eddie

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    Hi!

    I wish I'd found this forum a long time ago, I have quite a few questions, hope you don't mind.

    I leave my PC running with client control 7.3.6 running full. I wake the monitor up and the PPD will be at approx 40,000. I read e-mail, do some work and the PPD can go up to 80,000 and as low as 20,000. Shouldn't it remain constant dependant on the position of the "folding power" slide bar in the control client? I'm sure it didn't used to do this.

    Thanks

    i5 2500, gigabyte Z77 m/b, 16 gb ram, msi geforce 760 gtx and geforce 660 gtx. 331.65 driver
     
  2. johnim40

    johnim40 Minimodder

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    hi i used the 331 driver and it was all over the place so i went back to 326.80 beta and had a better ppd score

    eg my 660ti went from 40k to 75k
     
  3. desertbaker

    desertbaker Steady Eddie

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    Huge thanks. Interestingly as I was l taking the 331 driver off, the PC was moaning that openCL.dll was missing. It's not, and 326.8 beta clean installed OK. Initial PPD are around 100,000 for the system detailed above and I seem to have headroom to complete work on the PC without moving the slider. About to go away again for 3 days so will see what it settles to whilst I am away.
     
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    johnim40 Minimodder

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    hi on mine 7.3.6 running full for the 660s i get 50-55

    and on the 760s 60-70 on core 17

    they can go up and down depending on project but in them scores

    so you should see the same and each gpu uses a core of you cpu so thats 50% of your 2500
     

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