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Old February 11, 2011, 08:37 PM
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Mmmm those 560's look like the perfect replacement for my GTS250's, not to mention my 9800GTX 'Old Faithful' is almost due for retirement.
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with respect to pricing, we have to thank the 6 series from amd, else these could very well have been 350$ msrp ;)
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[10:03:46] Working on ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AMYLOID
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[11:49:08] DynamicWrapper: Finished Work Unit: sleep=10000
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[11:49:18] GuardedRun: done
[11:49:18] Run: GuardedRun completed.
[11:49:19] + Opened results file
[11:49:19] - Writing 2524030 bytes of core data to disk...
[11:49:20] Done: 2523518 -> 2364127 (compressed to 93.6 percent)
[11:49:20]   ... Done.
[11:49:20] DeleteFrameFiles: successfully deleted file=work/wudata_05.ckp
[11:49:20] Shutting down core 
[11:49:20] 
[11:49:20] Folding@home Core Shutdown: FINISHED_UNIT
[11:49:23] CoreStatus = 64 (100)
[11:49:23] Sending work to server
[11:49:23] Project: 6805 (Run 966, Clone 2, Gen 6)


[11:49:23] + Attempting to send results [February 12 11:49:23 UTC]
[11:49:23] Gpu type=3 species=21.
[11:50:01] + Results successfully sent
[11:50:01] Thank you for your contribution to Folding@Home.
[11:50:01] + Number of Units Completed: 5

Looks to be TPF of 1:03 for a 6805. (core speed 1008 Mem 2200). SMP WU SMP 6701 penalty to my 1090t is around 5% (500 PPD) over the GTX275 running GPU2.

Currently running @ 1025 w/ Max overvolts (from Afterburner). Temps are still (IMO) reasonable @ 65c w/ 100% fanspeed.
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What's the PPD on the 6805 unit?
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What's the PPD on the 6805 unit?
Should be 18-19k PPD approx. About in line with Sky's results in the 560 review. That's stock 580 range... and you won't get much more out of OCing a 580. (26-27k at most) Not to mention the vastly improved power consumption.

So tempted to replace my space heating 470... Already seen a few 560's go on sale for ~$220.
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What's the PPD on the 6805 unit?

Pulled another 6805 at new OC settings (1025 / 2200 Mem) which has TPF of 1:02. Currently getting 17.8K ppd.





edit: I'm taking a hit on my SMP folding though (looks like 1.5K with the 6805 running). Guess I'll have to revisit using the SMP flag for cores to find the right mix.
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The Zotac 560 were originally on NCIX for $209.99, later in the day (around 8am PST) they switch it to $229.99. Even at $230, thas a good price per PPD.
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edit: I'm taking a hit on my SMP folding though (looks like 1.5K with the 6805 running). Guess I'll have to revisit using the SMP flag for cores to find the right mix.
Not quite worth it for -smp 5. That comes up with a net loss of around 1K PPD over using all cores for smp and sharing with the GPU client. No change at all to the GPU client PPD as I'm using "slightly higher" priority for it. GPU client sure doesn't like being locked to a core though... stops immediately with a "Client Died" error, although it's still running 100% usage on a non-atributable workload.

I'll probably end up throwing one of the 450s into my main rig as a second folding card (I don't want to fill more than two of the slots on an internal GPU farm for fear of excess heat) which will probably make the -smp 5 flag worthwhile.

As it stands... one of my 450s is probably going out to a friend which would leave space for the 275 + Dead Thing's 8800GT on my Q6600 board for some GPU2 folding goodness. (That, or I'll drop the 275 into my young lad's rig and fold it from there.....).
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Hrmmmmm..........

Afterburner lost control of the OC and it dropped back down to stock settings. Had to restart AB to get it to bump the OC back up. Don't know if that's a bug in AB, if the OC was just too high, or if it's that blasted (and I suppose I'll have to read up on it) anti-stresstest crap that Nvidia was pushing to keep their recorded temps down.........
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you can always super stress it and if its cool just do it via bios? :)
this way you wont have to deal with sliders and programs screwing up.
keep a copy of the original just in case. oh yeah and put the fan on dynamic.
this way if driver decides to take a brain fart your card wont die.
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