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fjanicki October 11, 2010 01:38 PM

Low PPD for an i7...
 
Is this a low PPD for a HT i7 running at 3.4 GHz?

It shows up at like 150 PPD...

http://i51.tinypic.com/nyz7s6.png

http://i56.tinypic.com/2ngy782.png

Zero82z October 11, 2010 01:45 PM

Look at the time between percentage points. Starting from 10%-11%, your performance is slowing down considerably. Open up Task Manager and see if something else is using your CPU power. If you were gaming or doing some other CPU-intensive task, that would explain the slowdown.

fjanicki October 11, 2010 02:14 PM

I am not running any other CPU intensive application in the background. At some point, I was playing SC2 so it slowed it down for sure but I didnt played that long.

Code:

[16:57:48] Verifying core Core_a3.fah...
[16:57:48] Signature is VALID
[16:57:48]
[16:57:48] Trying to unzip core FahCore_a3.exe
[16:57:49] Decompressed FahCore_a3.exe (9325056 bytes) successfully
[16:57:54] + Core successfully engaged
[16:57:59]
[16:57:59] + Processing work unit
[16:57:59] Core required: FahCore_a3.exe
[16:57:59] Core found.
[16:57:59] Working on queue slot 01 [October 11 16:57:59 UTC]
[16:57:59] + Working ...
[16:57:59]
[16:57:59] *------------------------------*
[16:57:59] Folding@Home Gromacs SMP Core
[16:57:59] Version 2.22 (Mar 12, 2010)
[16:57:59]
[16:57:59] Preparing to commence simulation
[16:57:59] - Looking at optimizations...
[16:57:59] - Created dyn
[16:57:59] - Files status OK
[16:57:59] - Expanded 1765643 -> 2254429 (decompressed 127.6 percent)
[16:57:59] Called DecompressByteArray: compressed_data_size=1765643 data_size=22
54429, decompressed_data_size=2254429 diff=0
[16:57:59] - Digital signature verified
[16:57:59]
[16:57:59] Project: 6059 (Run 0, Clone 42, Gen 133)
[16:57:59]
[16:57:59] Assembly optimizations on if available.
[16:57:59] Entering M.D.
[16:58:05] Completed 0 out of 500000 steps  (0%)
[17:01:38] Completed 5000 out of 500000 steps  (1%)
[17:05:17] Completed 10000 out of 500000 steps  (2%)
[17:09:57] Completed 15000 out of 500000 steps  (3%)
[17:13:18] Completed 20000 out of 500000 steps  (4%)
[17:18:20] Completed 25000 out of 500000 steps  (5%)
[17:21:44] Completed 30000 out of 500000 steps  (6%)
[17:25:07] Completed 35000 out of 500000 steps  (7%)
[17:30:09] Completed 40000 out of 500000 steps  (8%)
[17:33:47] Completed 45000 out of 500000 steps  (9%)
[17:37:18] Completed 50000 out of 500000 steps  (10%)
[18:05:33] Completed 55000 out of 500000 steps  (11%)
[19:29:52] Completed 60000 out of 500000 steps  (12%)
[20:22:26] Completed 65000 out of 500000 steps  (13%)
[20:48:13] Completed 70000 out of 500000 steps  (14%)


Zero82z October 11, 2010 02:16 PM

Well, that must have been what slowed the client down. HFM.NET by default calculates PPD based on the last three frame times, so let the unit complete another 3 percent at least and you should see your PPD numbers jump back to normal.

fjanicki October 11, 2010 02:25 PM

Also, I'm wondering if I need to do anything to get my stats on the official website and on extremeoverclocking forums? I searched for my username but it dosent show up. Do I just need to wait and it will appear automatically? My account does have a username/passkey.

chrisk October 11, 2010 02:32 PM

The username and passkey are Stanford-related, but the EOC site is not run by them; just wait for a day or so after you have stats showing up under Stanford's site.

Zero82z October 11, 2010 02:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fjanicki (Post 437776)
Also, I'm wondering if I need to do anything to get my stats on the official website and on extremeoverclocking forums? I searched for my username but it dosent show up. Do I just need to wait and it will appear automatically? My account does have a username/passkey.

Once you have folded a unit and uploaded it to Stanford, your name will show up in the stats after the next update.

fjanicki October 11, 2010 03:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zero82z (Post 437784)
Once you have folded a unit and uploaded it to Stanford, your name will show up in the stats after the next update.

Ok cool, thanks!

fjanicki October 12, 2010 09:21 AM

I am still getting about 400-500 PPD on my CPU setup (excluding the GPU). What could be wrong?

Zero82z October 12, 2010 11:21 AM

Can you post a current screenshot of HFM.NET?


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