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Is my performance up to par?

Postby ChrisS » Sat May 12, 2018 10:30 am

I run 4 machines on FAH 24/7 under ChristopherS

Twin Zeon Hex Core, 10 cores used/slot + GTX750Ti & GTX980

Zeon Hex Core + HT, 10 cores used/slot + GTX750 & GTX960

i7 2600 Quad Core + HT, 6 cores used/slot, GTX1060 (3Gb)

i5 2320 Quad Core, 3 cores used/slot, GTX750Ti

What sort of output should I get for that lot? I'm racking up 700,000/day, is that good or bad? And I have a special passkey I'm sure.
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Re: Is my performance up to par?

Postby bollix47 » Sat May 12, 2018 11:50 am

From what I can see on EOC ( https://folding.extremeoverclocking.com ... =&u=754538 ) your PPD looks like it will be closer to somewhere between 800-900 K and with your hardware that would seem to be about right if running on Windows. EOC averages the most recent 7 days to create an average PPD so your eventual PPD will be higher than what EOC is currently showing. https://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/?nav=FAQ

You should be able to see your current PPD estimate using FAHControl (aka Advanced Control). If you have trouble with FAHControl try changing it's theme from Default to something else in the Preferences. I use Win7-basic and do not have any of the reported display problems that occur when using the Default theme.
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Re: Is my performance up to par?

Postby ChrisS » Sat May 12, 2018 12:54 pm

My 700 thousand output is average over the last 30 days, since I last checked it. 42 mill at present, make 50 mill by end of June, your chart suggests in one week!
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Re: Is my performance up to par?

Postby ChrisS » Sat May 12, 2018 2:56 pm

Can you place GPU's in order of preference?
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Re: Is my performance up to par?

Postby artoar_11 » Sat May 12, 2018 5:48 pm

When I calculate your PPD only from GPUs, I get an amount of ~ 960k. GPUs+CPUs PPD should be more than 1 million.

750Ti = 80 000 (x3)
960 = 160 000
980 = 420 000
1050Ti= 180 000

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... /pub?gid=2

EDIT: Is there a mistake in statistics? ChristopherS has only got 6+ million points. Why "Points Total" 42+ million?
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Re: Is my performance up to par?

Postby ChrisS » Sun May 13, 2018 6:08 am

I'm not unhappy with what I get with 4 machines, but higher would be nice.

Think I made an error with my GPU details, sorry. Have now corrected it.
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Re: Is my performance up to par?

Postby Nathan_P » Mon May 14, 2018 8:46 pm

I would try pausing the cpu folding and seeing what impact that has, looking at the hardware list you are below what you should be getting

1060 ~ 300k
980 ~ 400k PPD
960 ~ 150k PPD
750Ti ~ 75kEach
750 ~ 50k
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Re: Is my performance up to par?

Postby ChrisS » Tue May 15, 2018 7:25 am

I have made sure that there are enough CPU cores to feed the GPU's, but I might try that, thanks. I am happy with what I get, even if is is abit on the low side.
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Re: Is my performance up to par?

Postby Joe_H » Tue May 15, 2018 1:35 pm

It has been mentioned before in the forum, but you have to take the figures in that google spreadsheet as being only indicative of a possible PPD for a GPU. The numbers tend to be reported on the highest resulting PPD which is not the average over a number of different projects. The results are also for various values of overclocked cards.
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