1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.

RTX PPD info (for any interested parties)

Discussion in 'bit-tech Folding Team' started by Shirty, 30 Sep 2019.

  1. Shirty

    Shirty W*nker! Super Moderator

    Joined:
    18 Apr 1982
    Posts:
    12,346
    Likes Received:
    1,583
    OK, so I'm missing 2060 Super, 2080 and 2080 Super results as I don't have any of these cards, but my hope is that the following data I've collated might prove of interest to a very select few who may be in the market for some new hardware:

    [​IMG]

    It's not much and probably largely correlates with other info out there, but it's real world data. If you want the raw data you can grab a copy here.
     
  2. DocJonz

    DocJonz Another CPC refugee .....

    Joined:
    24 Apr 2009
    Posts:
    1,097
    Likes Received:
    43
    Food for thought
    Thanks
     
  3. Shirty

    Shirty W*nker! Super Moderator

    Joined:
    18 Apr 1982
    Posts:
    12,346
    Likes Received:
    1,583
    The 2080Ti really likes this beta work unit:

    [​IMG]
     
    Arboreal likes this.
  4. Christopher N. Lew

    Christopher N. Lew Folding in memory of my father

    Joined:
    23 Apr 2009
    Posts:
    1,355
    Likes Received:
    46
    So, I'm looking for a new card, my GTX1080 having died. What would you recommend for good PPD/watt? I'm thinking of something mid-range if possible.
     
  5. Shirty

    Shirty W*nker! Super Moderator

    Joined:
    18 Apr 1982
    Posts:
    12,346
    Likes Received:
    1,583
    Very much dependent on your starting budget really. Nvidia's modern reimagining of "mid-range" seems more akin to flagship pricing of yesteryear, from £350-550.

    You're going to get rough parity between the 1080 and 2060, or the 1070 and 1660Ti/Super, with noticeable power savings if run 24/7. The best PPD/watt will be the 2080Ti, but the entry price is still ludicrous, even second hand.

    Are you interested in a multi-card setup at all? I really liked the dual RTX 2070 Super setup I was running, pulled about 430W at the plug for a pretty much guaranteed 2.75 million ppd, it occasionally even tipped over 3M. Slightly better average performance than a single Ti, a bit cheaper to get running, but substantially higher power consumption.

    A pair of 1660Tis will see maybe 20W lower power consumption than a 2080Ti, but will average out at only 1.2-1.4M ppd.

    I'm going to be selling a few of my GPUs in the near future, once you've decided which direction you're going in drop me a message and I may be able to help out.
     
  6. Christopher N. Lew

    Christopher N. Lew Folding in memory of my father

    Joined:
    23 Apr 2009
    Posts:
    1,355
    Likes Received:
    46
    Thanks for that. I opted for a GTX 1660 Ti as it fitted the budget. I haven't got the result I expected (see other thread).
     
  7. Shirty

    Shirty W*nker! Super Moderator

    Joined:
    18 Apr 1982
    Posts:
    12,346
    Likes Received:
    1,583
    Just seeing 4 million PPD on a single 2080 Ti running a big atom beta project using Core22.

    That's going to change the game.

    Even the 2070 supers are each getting 2.3M on these WUs.
     
  8. Arboreal

    Arboreal Keeper of the Electric Currants

    Joined:
    21 Jan 2011
    Posts:
    3,355
    Likes Received:
    522
    Dem PPDs, that's a lot of legwork going on!
     
Tags:

Share This Page