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Old October 31, 2012, 12:55 PM
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My work PC's i5 2400 :

Estimated PPD 11343.62
based on a Project 7038

I've got it set to run only 95% CPU.


I'll have some info when I get home on the PPD of a Quadro 2000 GPU, see if its any good at folding.
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Old February 6, 2013, 08:48 AM
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how do I see the statistics of each WU how much PPD they generate on V7 client?
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Old February 6, 2013, 08:57 AM
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Are you using the web client or the local app?
I use the local app.
Right click on your F@HClient icon in the status bar and select Advanced.
Resize the window to see all the gory details.
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Old February 7, 2013, 04:56 AM
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Not that, not the instant PPD the WU is producing, but to see as a history, all the WUs I had how much each project has produced on my system.
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thread necro : guys, anyone still has somewhere the Fah GPU tracker V2? I am trying to fold on a MSI gtx 470 and the core 17 keeps crashing on my system. All the links I am trying to get the FAH GPU tracker V2 are dead.
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This?
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thx John, will try it when I get home. I have another performance oriented model that is giving me grief when I try to fold. a MSI GTX 470 twinfrozr, I left the whole night to fold and no budge in the WU, I used client 7.3.6 and 7.4.4 and core 17 was crashing all the time.

Ok, it's folding again, 23k PPD on stock clocks and going as high as 27k if i ovc to 730 MHz. Got a 7620 WU.

Ok, I retired the GTX 460 and in with the 280X. Client 7.4.4, the 280X has the gpu at 1150MHz. Got 9406 WU it says 160k PPD. Nice, 7 times more than the gtx 460!
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