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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby art_l_j_PlanetAMD64 » Sun Feb 03, 2013 7:29 pm

The latest data from my #6 system, with different P762x WUs. The self-overclocking of the GTX 660 Ti has increased the gpu0 frequency to 1175MHz.

My #6 system, AMD Bulldozer FX-8150 3.9GHz CPU, dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
  • smp:6 - PRCG 7012 (2, 240, 28), 3900MHz, 52C, TPF 3:55, 12125.47 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 7625 (767, 0, 16), 1175MHz, 59C, TPF 5:26, 37350.77 PPD
  • gpu1 - PRCG 7623 (360, 6, 34), 1228MHz, 55C, TPF 5:11, 39152.26 PPD
Total for this configuration is 88628 PPD.


Added all of the above GPU data to compdewd's Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database, 2013-02-03. (YYYY-MM-DD date format)
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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby art_l_j_PlanetAMD64 » Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:27 pm

I decided to build another folding system, similar to my #6 system. Here are the specs of my #7 system:
  • cpu: AMD FX-8150 8-core CPU, 3.6GHz
  • MB: ASRock 970 Extreme3
  • RAM: 8GB (2 x 4GB module), DDR3-1600MHz, Corsair CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9B
  • gpu0: Gigabyte GTX 660 Ti (GV-N66TOC-2GD), 1201MHz GPU/6010MHz Memory
  • PSU: 700 Watt, OCZ700MXSP
  • OS: Windows 7 Home 64-bit SP1
  • FAH: v7.2.9
  • Graphics Driver: 306.97

Computer #7's performance:
  • smp:6 - PRCG 7809 (8, 211, 25), 3600MHz, 48C, TPF 14:41, 9404.95 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 1786, 25), 1201MHz, 48C, TPF 2:07, 26355.40 PPD
Total for this configuration is 35760 PPD.

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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby art_l_j_PlanetAMD64 » Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:57 pm

I changed the CPU in my #3 system, from a 4200+ to a 4600+, AMD Athlon 64 X2. Here is the new performance data.

My #3 system, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4600+ 2.4GHz CPU, Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
  • smp:2 - PRCG 7000 (0, 423, 2), 2400MHz, 51C, TPF 20:50, 990.98 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 850, 82), 1150MHz, 45C, TPF 2:11, 25550.66 PPD
Total for this configuration is 26542 PPD.

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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby art_l_j_PlanetAMD64 » Fri Feb 08, 2013 2:59 am

The latest results for my GPU folding systems:
  • Linux/Wine GPU folding is now working, thanks to Hyperlife's NVIDIA GPU3 Linux/Wine Headless Install Guide
  • System #7 was upgraded with an 850W PSU and a second GTX 660 Ti OC
  • All Windows CPU frequencies/temperatures measured by Core Temp 1.0 RC4
  • All Windows GPU frequencies/temperatures measured by EVGA Precision X v3.0.4
  • All Linux CPU temperatures measured by GNOME Sensors Applet 2.2.5
  • All Linux GPU frequencies/temperatures measured by NVClock-gtk V0.8 (Beta4)
  • The OS for each system is:
    1. Windows 7 Professional SP1 32-bit
    2. Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
    3. Windows XP Home Edition SP3 32-bit
    4. Debian Linux v6.0.6, 64-bit
    5. Debian Linux v6.0.6, 64-bit
    6. Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
    7. Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit

My #1 system, AMD Phenom II X4 965 3.4GHz CPU, Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
  • smp:4 - PRCG 7020 (3, 106, 43), 0xa4, 3400MHz, 50C, TPF 4:51, 8670.22 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8072 (0, 1969, 20), 0x15, 1175MHz, 54C, TPF 2:09, 25946.79 PPD
Total for this configuration is 34617 PPD.


My #2 system, AMD Phenom II X4 955 3.2GHz CPU, dual Zotac ZT-40401-10P GTX 460 GPU:
  • smp:4 - PRCG 8028 (1429, 3, 35), 0xa4, 3200MHz, 55C, TPF 2:52, 6281.93 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8072 (0, 663, 93), 0x15, 675MHz, 59C, TPF 3:48, 14680.42 PPD
  • gpu1 - PRCG 8073 (0, 242, 85), 0x15, 675MHz, 61C, TPF 3:46, 14810.34 PPD
Total for this configuration is 35772 PPD.


My #3 system, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4600+ 2.4GHz CPU, Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
  • smp:2 - PRCG 8028 (680, 2, 32), 0xa4, 2400MHz, 52C, TPF 11:21, 797.73 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 2081, 20), 0x15, 1162MHz, 51C, TPF 2:11, 25550.66 PPD
Total for this configuration is 26348 PPD.


My #4 system, AMD Athlon II X2 240 2.8GHz CPU, EVGA GTX 285 GPU:
  • smp:2 - PRCG 7025 (0, 248, 8), 0xa4, 2800MHz, 47C, TPF 13:40, 2043.00 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 5770 (8, 355, 2933), 0x11, 648MHz, 68C, TPF 0:36, 8472.00 PPD
Total for this configuration is 10515 PPD.


My #5 system, AMD Athlon 7550 Dual-Core 2.5GHz CPU, MSI N285GTX SuperPipe OC GPU:
  • smp:2 - PRCG 7808 (0, 8, 20), 0xa4, 2500MHz, 38C, TPF 1:04:00, 1088.98 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 5768 (4, 242, 4698), 0x11, 680MHz, 64C, TPF 0:36, 8472.00 PPD
Total for this configuration is 9561 PPD.


My #6 system, AMD Bulldozer FX-8150 3.9GHz CPU, dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
  • smp:6 - PRCG 8028 (1432, 2, 39), 0xa4, 3900MHz, 47C, TPF 2:51, 6206.44 PPD, Vcpu = 1.3000V
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8072 (0, 1185, 62), 0x15, 1215MHz, 58C, TPF 2:08, 26149.50 PPD
  • gpu1 - PRCG 8073 (0, 1486, 89), 0x15, 1228MHz, 52C, TPF 2:05, 26777.09 PPD
Total for this configuration is 59133 PPD.


My #7 system, AMD Bulldozer FX-8150 3.9GHz CPU, dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
  • smp:6 - PRCG 8028 (1542, 0, 24), 0xa4, 3900MHz, 50C, TPF 2:55, 6089.21 PPD, Vcpu = 1.2250V
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 980, 52), 0x15, 1215MHz, 64C, TPF 2:06, 26564.57 PPD
  • gpu1 - PRCG 8073 (0, 2957, 31), 0x15, 1215MHz, 54C, TPF 2:06, 26564.57 PPD
Total for this configuration is 59218 PPD.


Total of the above 7 systems is 235164 PPD.

Added all of the above GPU data to compdewd's Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database, 2013-02-07. (YYYY-MM-DD date format)
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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby art_l_j_PlanetAMD64 » Sun Feb 10, 2013 2:32 am

The latest results for my GPU folding systems:
  • The Zotac ZT-40401-10P GTX 460s were removed from the #2 system, and are installed (one each) in the #4 and #5 systems.
  • System #2 was upgraded with dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPUs.

My #1 system, AMD Phenom II X4 965 3.4GHz CPU, Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
  • smp:4 - PRCG 8028 (521, 3, 30), 0xa4, 3400MHz, 49C, TPF 2:48, 6423.48 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8072 (0, 1182, 76), 0x15, 1175MHz, 53C, TPF 2:10, 25747.20 PPD
Total for this configuration is 32170 PPD.


My #2 system, AMD Phenom II X4 955 3.2GHz CPU, dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
  • smp:4 - PRCG 8028 (397, 2, 46), 0xa4, 3200MHz, 50C, TPF 3:26, 4790.43 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8072 (0, 1361, 84), 0x15, 1201MHz, 60C, TPF 2:08, 26149.50 PPD
  • gpu1 - PRCG 8072 (0, 1756, 64), 0x15, 1215MHz, 57C, TPF 2:06, 26564.57 PPD
Total for this configuration is 57504 PPD.


My #3 system, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4600+ 2.4GHz CPU, Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
  • smp:2 - PRCG 8028 (966, 0, 42), 0xa4, 2400MHz, 52C, TPF 10:54, 847.54 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 2074, 29), 0x15, 1162MHz, 50C, TPF 2:10, 25747.20 PPD
Total for this configuration is 26595 PPD.


My #4 system, AMD Athlon II X2 240 2.8GHz CPU, Zotac ZT-40401-10P GTX 460 GPU:
  • smp:2 - PRCG 8049 (401, 11, 120), 0xa4, 2800MHz, 47C, TPF 6:10, 1859.00 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 2920, 40), 0x15, 675MHz, 52C, TPF 3:41, 15145.41 PPD
Total for this configuration is 17004 PPD.


My #5 system, AMD Athlon 7550 Dual-Core 2.5GHz CPU, Zotac ZT-40401-10P GTX 460 GPU:
  • smp:2 - PRCG 7808 (0, 8, 20), 0xa4, 2500MHz, 39C, TPF 51:18, 1401.11 PPD
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8072 (0, 843, 95), 0x15, 675MHz, 51C, TPF 3:44, 14942.57 PPD
Total for this configuration is 16344 PPD.


My #6 system, AMD Bulldozer FX-8150 3.9GHz CPU, dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
  • smp:6 - PRCG 7647 (134, 0, 85), 0xa4, 3900MHz, 49C, TPF 34:50, 4901.93 PPD, Vcpu = 1.3000V
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 1177, 93), 0x15, 1215MHz, 59C, TPF 2:07, 26355.40 PPD
  • gpu1 - PRCG 8073 (0, 201, 118), 0x15, 1228MHz, 51C, TPF 2:05, 26777.09 PPD
Total for this configuration is 58034 PPD.


My #7 system, AMD Bulldozer FX-8150 3.9GHz CPU, dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
  • smp:6 - PRCG 8049 (771, 8, 167), 0xa4, 3900MHz, 50C, TPF 2:05, 8780.43 PPD, Vcpu = 1.2250V
  • gpu0 - PRCG 8072 (0, 942, 66), 0x15, 1201MHz, 58C, TPF 2:08, 26149.50 PPD
  • gpu1 - PRCG 8073 (0, 913, 47), 0x15, 1215MHz, 54C, TPF 2:06, 26564.57 PPD
Total for this configuration is 61494 PPD.


Total of the above 7 systems is 269145 PPD.

Added all of the above GPU data to compdewd's Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database, 2013-02-09. (YYYY-MM-DD date format)
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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby art_l_j_PlanetAMD64 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 10:45 pm

The latest results for my GPU folding systems:
  1. Added new Linux/Wine/GPU3 folding systems #8, #9, and #10.
  2. There are still some problems with the http://assign-GPU.stanford.edu:8080/ AS and/or its collection of WSs. Most GPUs are getting WUs OK, but a few are not.
  3. Created a more condensed format, due to the larger number of systems.

    My #1 system, AMD Phenom II X4 965 3.4GHz CPU, Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
    • smp:4 - PRCG 7200 (56, 33, 107), 0xa4, 3400MHz, 49C, TPF 6:24, 4965.16 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 2286, 48), 0x15, 1175MHz, 52C, TPF 2:10, 25747.20 PPD
    • Total for this system is 30712 PPD.
    My #2 system, AMD Phenom II X4 955 3.2GHz CPU, dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
    • smp:4 - PRCG 7037 (0, 678, 7), 0xa4, 3200MHz, 51C, TPF 34:58, 3571.49 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 1389, 76), 0x15, 1201MHz, 61C, TPF 2:07, 26355.40 PPD
    • gpu1 - PRCG 8073 (0, 349, 72), 0x15, 1215MHz, 60C, TPF 2:06, 26564.57 PPD
    • Total for this system is 56491 PPD.
    My #3 system, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4600+ 2.4GHz CPU, Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 7000 (0, 336, 15), 0xa4, 2400MHz, 52C, TPF 20:01, 1051.69 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 8072 (0, 1344, 63), 0x15, 1162MHz, 47C, TPF 2:11, 25550.66 PPD
    • Total for this system is 26602 PPD.
    My #4 system, AMD Athlon II X2 240 2.8GHz CPU, Zotac ZT-40401-10P GTX 460 GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 10083 (5, 62, 48), 0xa4, 2800MHz, 44C, TPF 7:45, 4344.11 PPD
    • gpu0 - No WU is available, please see Note 2 above.
    • Total for this system is 4344 PPD.
    My #5 system, AMD Athlon 7550 Dual-Core 2.5GHz CPU, Zotac ZT-40401-10P GTX 460 GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 8028 (1205, 1, 58), 0xa4, 2500MHz, 41C, TPF 8:36, 1181.78 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 2808, 60), 0x15, 675MHz, 52C, TPF 3:48, 14680.42 PPD
    • Total for this system is 15862 PPD.
    My #6 system, AMD Bulldozer FX-8150 3.9GHz CPU, dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
    • smp:6 - PRCG 7647 (134, 0, 85), 0xa4, 3900MHz, 46C, TPF 35:20, 4306.66 PPD, Vcpu = 1.2750V
    • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 1366, 75), 0x15, 1215MHz, 57C, TPF 2:07, 26355.40 PPD
    • gpu1 - PRCG 8072 (0, 1642, 53), 0x15, 1228MHz, 49C, TPF 2:06, 26564.57 PPD
    • Total for this system is 57226 PPD.
    My #7 system, AMD Bulldozer FX-8150 3.9GHz CPU, dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
    • smp:6 - PRCG 7085 (0, 888, 4), 0xa4, 3900MHz, 52C, TPF 13:55, 6385.25 PPD, Vcpu = 1.2000V
    • gpu0 - PRCG 8072 (0, 2038, 70), 0x15, 1201MHz, 58C, TPF 2:09, 25946.79 PPD
    • gpu1 - PRCG 8072 (0, 886, 117), 0x15, 1201MHz, 51C, TPF 2:08, 26149.50 PPD
    • Total for this system is 58482 PPD.
    My #8 system, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4200+ 2.2GHz CPU, MSI N285GTX SuperPipe OC GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 7087 (0, 697, 6), 0xa4, 2200MHz, 40C, TPF 52:52, 3125.70 PPD
    • gpu0 - No WU is available, please see Note 2 above.
    • Total for this system is 3125 PPD.
    My #9 system, AMD Athlon II X2 250 3.0GHz CPU, EVGA GTX 285 GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 10450 (188, 0, 15), 0xa4, 3000MHz, 30C, TPF 18:24, 787.74 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 10501 (283, 0, 161), 0x11, 648MHz, 60C, TPF 0:57, 8897.68 PPD
    • Total for this system is 9685 PPD.
    My #10 system, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 3800+ 2.0GHz CPU, BFG GTX 275 OCX GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 7004 (0, 523, 11), 0xa4, 2000MHz, 44C, TPF 27:07, 656.09 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 10502 (153, 5, 1), 0x11, 709MHz, 62C, TPF 0:55, 9221.24 PPD
    • Total for this system is 9877 PPD.

Total of the above 10 systems is 272406 PPD.

Added all of the above GPU data to compdewd's Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database, 2013-02-12. (YYYY-MM-DD date format)
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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby compdewd » Wed Feb 13, 2013 4:10 am

Database Update:
- Several tens of records added over the time of a few weeks.
- If you were seeing a fatal error message on the "Known Database Errors" page, that should now be gone.

Also, apologies for the lack of updates and actual development. College and other things have taken up most of my time to develop, and of the free time I have I'm usually spending reading and learning things relative to what I'm learning in college (software engineering). I try to add the pending records to the database within a few days of receiving them. So in summary, I have not abandoned development/maintenance of the database, I simply (temporarily) have some time constraints.
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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby art_l_j_PlanetAMD64 » Wed Feb 13, 2013 4:53 am

compdewd wrote:Database Update:
- Several tens of records added over the time of a few weeks.
- If you were seeing a fatal error message on the "Known Database Errors" page, that should now be gone.

Also, apologies for the lack of updates and actual development. College and other things have taken up most of my time to develop, and of the free time I have I'm usually spending reading and learning things relative to what I'm learning in college (software engineering). I try to add the pending records to the database within a few days of receiving them. So in summary, I have not abandoned development/maintenance of the database, I simply (temporarily) have some time constraints.

Hey, dude, no sweat, there was absolutely no criticism, either intended or implied! :D

This database sure steered me in the right direction, for my GPU purchasing decisions in the last 4-5 weeks. If anyone had said, even 1 month ago, that I would have eight GTX 660 Ti OC GPUs running FAH, I would have declared them to be, well... as crazy as me! :shock:

The discussion that started here, with the decision occurring here, sure have changed my folding world, and all for the better. :D

I was even thinking about PMing you, to ask if continuing to flood this thread with data was getting to be a bit too much. After all, how many times does the database need to see that a GTX 660 Ti OC has a 2:06 TPF and an Estimated 26564.57 PPD on a P807x WU?

Just let me know, because it's probably better to post data here only when a significant change has occurred.

Thanks again, for developing and maintaining such a fantastic database!

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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby compdewd » Thu Feb 14, 2013 9:57 pm

Thank you, Art, for the support! :D

For now, it would be best to only post when a significant change has occurred (e.g. clock change, core change, core version change, new project, driver change). Eventually I would like to create a script that looks at the records in the database and tells me if there are duplicates (as in same info source, project, clock speed, driver version, core, and core version) and average them to create a single record.

Eventually the database will need to be completely redesigned as I created it without any prior database "knowledge". A DBA from anywhere would probably throw up if they saw the current state of the DB. The class I'm taking now is called "Database Design and SQL" and it has taught me a lot! Of course, when the redesign occurs, it will be a very seamless transition for the users of the database viewing page and no one will even notice a difference (except maybe faster page load-time ;))
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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby art_l_j_PlanetAMD64 » Sat Feb 16, 2013 1:35 pm

compdewd wrote:Thank you, Art, for the support! :D

You're welcome, but as I've said before, it's really myself (and others) who are comparison-shopping for GPUs, who should be thanking you.

compdewd wrote:For now, it would be best to only post when a significant change has occurred (e.g. clock change, core change, core version change, new project, driver change). Eventually I would like to create a script that looks at the records in the database and tells me if there are duplicates (as in same info source, project, clock speed, driver version, core, and core version) and average them to create a single record.

OK, how about this for being different - eight (8) Linux/Wine/GPU3 folding systems? I had all these "obsolete" computers and GPUs lying around here, and I thought - "How About Linux"? At first, they were smp:2 folding only, but after I found out how really easy it is to do GPU folding (thanks, Hyperlife!) with Linux/Wine/GPU3 and the re-released v6.41 console client (thanks, PG/Stanford!), well, as they say, the little snowball started rolling down the steep, snow-covered mountain ...

So, with no further delay, here is the data:
    My #4 system, AMD Athlon II X2 240 2.8GHz CPU, Zotac ZT-40401-10P GTX 460 GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 7809 (1, 254, 23), 0xa4, 2800MHz, 45C, TPF 40:40, 2049.45 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 1282, 119), 0x15, 675MHz, 62C, TPF 3:47, 14745.09 PPD
    • Total for this system is 16794 PPD.
    My #5 system, AMD Athlon 7550 Dual-Core 2.5GHz CPU, Zotac ZT-40401-10P GTX 460 GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 7809 (2, 133, 15), 0xa4, 2500MHz, 47C, TPF 55:53, 1282.81 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 8073 (0, 1339, 83), 0x15, 675MHz, 57C, TPF 3:49, 14616.31 PPD
    • Total for this system is 15899 PPD.
    My #8 system, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4200+ 2.2GHz CPU, MSI N285GTX SuperPipe OC GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 7087 (0, 697, 6), 0xa4, 2200MHz, 45C, TPF 1:27:00, 443.54 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 10502 (186, 1, 1637), 0x11, 680MHz, 62C, TPF 0:57, 8897.68 PPD
    • Total for this system is 9341 PPD.
    My #9 system, AMD Athlon II X2 250 3.0GHz CPU, EVGA GTX 285 GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 7032 (0, 615, 5), 0xa4, 3000MHz, 33C, TPF 1:13:00, 1147.63 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 10504 (494, 0, 1631), 0x11, 648MHz, 63C, TPF 0:57, 8897.68 PPD
    • Total for this system is 10045 PPD.
    My #10 system, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 3800+ 2.0GHz CPU, BFG GTX 275 OCX GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 7808 (9, 63, 63), 0xa4, 2000MHz, 47C, TPF 1:50:00, 449.53 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 10503 (78, 0, 1461), 0x11, 709MHz, 65C, TPF 0:44, 11526.55 PPD
    • Total for this system is 11976 PPD.
    My #11 system, AMD Athlon 64 3000+ 1.8GHz CPU, EVGA GTX 275 SC GPU:
    • gpu0 - PRCG 10502 (371, 1, 1046), 0x11, 648MHz, 66C, TPF 0:58, 8744.28 PPD
    • Total for this system is 8744 PPD.
    My #12 system, AMD Athlon 64 3000+ 1.8GHz CPU, EVGA GTX 275 GPU:
    • gpu0 - PRCG 10503 (91, 0, 1149), 0x11, 633MHz, 60C, TPF 1:00, 8452.80 PPD
    • Total for this system is 8452 PPD.
    My #13 system, AMD Athlon 64 3000+ 1.8GHz CPU, Palit GTX 260 GPU:
    • gpu0 - PRCG 10501 (330, 0, 1019), 0x11, 625MHz, 60C, TPF 1:04, 7925 PPD
    • Total for this system is 7925 PPD.

Total of the above 8 systems is 89176 PPD.

Added all of the above GPU data to compdewd's Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database, 2013-02-16. (YYYY-MM-DD date format)


PS: The single-core CPUs in the last 3 systems are too feeble to do anything but feed the GPUs. In fact, the #13 system originally had two GTX 260s, but the CPU was too feeble to feed them both. The #13 system got 4812 PPD with two GTX 260s, but it gets 7925 PPD with one GTX 260.

PPS: Not bad, 89176 PPD from a bunch of obsolete (except for the GTX 460s) old 'junk' computers! :D
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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby art_l_j_PlanetAMD64 » Sun Feb 17, 2013 11:00 pm

Wow, my very first 300k+ day, thanks in large part to a wise choice in GPU purchases, enabled by using this database:
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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby art_l_j_PlanetAMD64 » Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:02 am

The latest results for my GPU folding systems:
  1. Added new Linux/Wine/GPU3 folding systems #14 and #15.
    OK, I have finally run out of old/spare parts/extra PSUs lying around here, so these will be the last systems added to my folding farm, at least for awhile. I really mean it this time. No fooling. Honest.
  2. There are among the first few 764x SMP WUs that I have seen here.
  3. There are the first 7660 GPU WUs that I have seen here.
  4. There are the first 576x GPU WUs that I have seen here.
  5. The very welcome return of the 762x GPU WUs.

    My #1 system, AMD Phenom II X4 965 3.4GHz CPU, Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
    • smp:4 - PRCG 7647 (34, 2, 85), 0xa4, 3400MHz, 55C, TPF 32:43, 5315.49 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 7624 (308, 3, 41), 0x15, 1175MHz, 64C, TPF 5:25, 37465.70 PPD
    • Total for this system is 42781 PPD.
    My #2 system, AMD Phenom II X4 955 3.2GHz CPU, dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
    • smp:4 - PRCG 8028 (1969, 2, 80), 0xa4, 3200MHz, 49C, TPF 2:44, 6662.53 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 7624 (409, 0, 95), 0x15, 1201MHz, 68C, TPF 5:18, 38290.42 PPD
    • gpu1 - PRCG 7624 (228, 0, 178), 0x15, 1201MHz, 63C, TPF 5:18, 38290.42 PPD
    • Total for this system is 83243 PPD.
    My #3 system, AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4600+ 2.4GHz CPU, Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 7809 (5, 149, 53), 0xa4, 2400MHz, 55C, TPF 1:06:00, 957.27 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 7625 (453, 1, 24), 0x15, 1162MHz, 61C, TPF 5:27, 37236.55 PPD
    • Total for this system is 38194 PPD.
    My #4 system, AMD Athlon II X2 240 2.8GHz CPU, Zotac ZT-40401-10P GTX 460 GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 7809 (1, 254, 23), 0xa4, 2800MHz, 49C, TPF 39:05, 2145.47 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 7660 (584, 0, 11), 0x15, 675MHz, 59C, TPF 4:44, 13480.22 PPD
    • Total for this system is 15626 PPD.
    My #5 system, AMD Athlon 7550 Dual-Core 2.5GHz CPU, Zotac ZT-40401-10P GTX 460 GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 8049 (450, 0, 147), 0xa4, 2500MHz, 51C, TPF 9:10, 961.99 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 7625 (89, 0, 108), 0x15, 675MHz, 64C, TPF 10:55, 18589.85 PPD
    • Total for this system is 19552 PPD.
    My #6 system, AMD Bulldozer FX-8150 3.9GHz CPU, dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
    • smp:6 - PRCG 8028 (1066, 3, 84), 0xa4, 3900MHz, 53C, TPF 1:52, 11803.25 PPD, Vcpu = 1.2500V
    • gpu0 - PRCG 7626 (167, 0, 200), 0x15, 1162MHz, 68C, TPF 5:31, 36786.56 PPD
    • gpu1 - PRCG 7624 (74, 0, 137), 0x15, 1228MHz, 62C, TPF 5:13, 38902.08 PPD
    • Total for this system is 87492 PPD.
    My #7 system, AMD Bulldozer FX-8150 3.9GHz CPU, dual Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
    • smp:6 - PRCG 7646 (16, 2, 76), 0xa4, 3900MHz, 45C, TPF 25:20, 7766.62 PPD, Vcpu = 1.2000V
    • gpu0 - PRCG 7660 (9, 0, 4), 0x15, 1201MHz, 67C, TPF 2:28, 25867.46 PPD
    • gpu1 - PRCG 7625 (197, 0, 61), 0x15, 1215MHz, 54C, TPF 5:18, 38902.08 PPD
    • Total for this system is 71924 PPD.
    The #8 through #13 systems did not have any new or unusual data, so I will use the data from here, when computing the total PPD for my 15 folding systems:
    • #8 = 9341 PPD.
    • #9 = 10045 PPD.
    • #10 = 11976 PPD.
    • #11 = 8744 PPD.
    • #12 = 8452 PPD.
    • #13 = 7925 PPD.
    My #14 system, AMD Athlon 64 3000+ 1.8GHz CPU, EVGA GTX 260 GPU:
    • gpu0 - PRCG 5765 (1, 79, 2664), 0x11, 576MHz, 49C, TPF 0:42, 7261.71 PPD
    • Total for this system is 7262 PPD.
    My #15 system, AMD Athlon 64 3000+ 1.8GHz CPU, Gigabyte GV-N250OC-1GI GTS 250 GPU:
    • gpu0 - PRCG 5769 (3, 17, 2661), 0x11, 765MHz, 46C, TPF 0:48, 6354.00 PPD
    • Total for this system is 6354 PPD.

Total of the above 15 systems is 428911 PPD.

Added all of the above GPU data to compdewd's Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database, 2013-02-18. (YYYY-MM-DD date format)
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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby codysluder » Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:11 pm

GT430
Project 7660
3931 PPD.

AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+
Project 8049
TPF:10:39
Base credit: 203
Est total credit: 538
Est PPD: 727
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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby art_l_j_PlanetAMD64 » Tue Feb 19, 2013 12:51 pm

I have just tested if a modern Kepler GPU (one of my Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPUs) would work with Linux/Wine/GPU3 folding, as the GTX 460 Fermi GPUs (Zotac ZT-40401-10P GTX 460 GPUs) have already been proven to work.

I am pleased to announce that this combination (a modern Kepler GPU with Linux/Wine/GPU3 folding) does work, here is the data from that test:
  • I chose my #9 system for this test, as it had a PSU that could handle the GTX 660 Ti OC GPU. The #9 system's performance was documented in a previous test here:
    My #9 system, AMD Athlon II X2 250 3.0GHz CPU, EVGA GTX 285 GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 10450 (188, 0, 15), 0xa4, 3000MHz, 30C, TPF 18:24, 787.74 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 10501 (283, 0, 161), 0x11, 648MHz, 60C, TPF 0:57, 8897.68 PPD
    • Total for this system is 9685 PPD.
  • Here are the results of today's test:
    My #9 system, AMD Athlon II X2 250 3.0GHz CPU, Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD GTX 660 Ti GPU:
    • smp:2 - PRCG 10450 (858, 0, 8), 0xa4, 3000MHz, 31C, TPF 16:59, 868.02 PPD
    • gpu0 - PRCG 8070 (194, 1, 1), 0x15, 1162MHz, 48C, TPF 2:13, 25166.44 PPD
    • Total for this system is 26034 PPD.
Added the above GPU data to compdewd's Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database, 2013-02-19. (YYYY-MM-DD date format)

These are pretty impressive results, my #1 system is currently folding PRCG 8070 (92, 1, 1), and with its 3.4GHz quad-core CPU, the TPF is only 1 second faster, at 2:12.

The software combination in today's test is this:
I am using my launch script fahgpu to run the program:
Code: Select all
#!/bin/bash
#
# Folding@home GPU3 Linux/Wine Client
#
# fahgpu - Starts the Folding@home GPU3 Linux/Wine Client
#
#

HOME=$(pwd)
NAME=$(basename $HOME)
EXEC=$HOME/Folding@home-Win32-GPU.exe
LOG=$HOME/FAHlog.txt
NICE=$HOME/.nice
VERBOSITY=$HOME/.verbosity
GPU=$HOME/.gpu
EXTRA_ARGS=$HOME/.extra_args



get_gpu() {
    cat $GPU
}


get_nice() {
    cat $NICE
}


get_verbosity() {
    cat $VERBOSITY
}


get_extra_args() {
    if [ -f $EXTRA_ARGS ]; then
        cat $EXTRA_ARGS
    fi
}


echo -n "Starting $NAME ... "

if [ ! -d $HOME ]; then
  echo "FAILED"
  echo "Directory $HOME does not exist"
  exit 1
fi

if [ ! -f $GPU ]; then
  echo "FAILED"
  echo "File $GPU does not exist"
  exit 1
fi

if [ ! -f $NICE ]; then
  echo "FAILED"
  echo "File $NICE does not exist"
  exit 1
fi
   
if [ ! -f $VERBOSITY ]; then
  echo "FAILED"
  echo "File $VERBOSITY does not exist"
  exit 1
fi
   
# Now execute the command line to run the program
nice -n $(get_nice) wine $EXEC -verbosity $(get_verbosity) -forcegpu $(get_gpu) $(get_extra_args)


The only thing I had to change, to get the Kepler GPU to work in that Linux system, was the contents of the '.gpu' file, from this:
Code: Select all
nvidia_g80
to this:
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nvidia_fermi
That's it, no other change was required to get the system operational, doing Linux/Wine/GPU3 folding on a modern Kepler GPU.
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Re: Folding@Home GPU Statistics Database

Postby art_l_j_PlanetAMD64 » Wed Feb 27, 2013 4:52 pm

I have had to cancel my order for the six Gigabyte GeForce GTX 650 OC GPUs. My supplier missed the promised "1-2 days" delivery time, and could not estimate delivery even now. I have changed the order to six of the PNY GeForce GTX 650 Ti 928MHZ 1GB 5.4GHz GDDR5 GPUs, which they absolutely promise are "in stock". I have also ordered one of the Gigabyte GV-N680OC-2GD GeForce GTX 680 2GB Video Cards, to go into my #1 system (the GTX 660 Ti OC will be moved to another system).

So, barring any further changes, the "final" configuration here will be 22 GPUs in 18 computers (4 are dual-GPU systems):
  • 1 - GTX 680 OC (Gigabyte GV-N680OC-2GD)
  • 11 - GTX 660 Ti OC (Gigabyte GV-N66TOC-2GD)
  • 6 - GTX 650 Ti (PNY VCGGTX650T1XPB)
  • 2 - GTX 650 OC (MSI N650-MD1GD5/OC)
  • 2 - GTX 460 (Zotac ZT-40401-10P)
When everything is up and running, I will post one "final" set of readings here.
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