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Topic Title: Mizzou_Engineer, I need your secret!
Topic Summary: 40,000 PPU is alot for only 1 active machine...
Created On: 03/20/2011 01:54 PM
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 03/20/2011 01:54 PM
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FrozenSteel
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*Sits Mizzou_Engineer down in a dark room* Ok Mizzou_Engineer *Points lamp at Mizzou_Engineer's face* how are you possibly getting 40,000 PPU with one machine. I have a 9800GTX+ folding and I'm only averaging about 4000 PPU. What the heck are you working with?

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 03/21/2011 04:22 AM
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I might be wrong, but I believe someone here is running either Dual 8 core Opties, or it may have been 4 of them in a server board, so 32 cores in one machine, I think it is him, i remember seeing a thread on the Folding Forums.

I should have my new Sandy Bridge up and running tomorrow or Tuesday, ill put it under the AMD forums team for a while, they are supposedly good for 50-75kPPD @ 4.9Ghz. And thats no GPU's.

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 03/22/2011 05:51 PM
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Well i got my new chip and board, trying to find that sweet spot that i can run it at and keep the temps under control. Right now its folding a Bigadv WU running at 4.6Ghz on 8 threads. Im willing to take the temps up to about 70c so i can take it a little higher here in a little bit. Just want to see what its producing first.

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Originally posted by: FrozenSteel

*Sits Mizzou_Engineer down in a dark room* Ok Mizzou_Engineer *Points lamp at Mizzou_Engineer's face* how are you possibly getting 40,000 PPU with one machine. I have a 9800GTX+ folding and I'm only averaging about 4000 PPU. What the heck are you working with?


My machine is a dual Opteron 6128 (two 2.0 GHz 8-core Opterons) running the A5 core bigadv work units on Linux. The poor-producing (p268x) WUs get about 35k PPD while the better-producing ones (p690x) units are 55-58k ppd. The massive bonus for getting bigadv WUs back quickly is what makes up most of the PPD. The base PPD of this machine is something around 10k ppd IIRC.

If you really want to see some huge PPDs, go look at people who run quad 12-core Opterons, 8-core Xeon 7500s, or dual six-core Xeon 5600s being run at over 4 GHz on EVGA SR-2s. Those guys pull in 100k+ ppd with the fastest machines getting close to 200k ppd.

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