the unlock in afterburner won't let you separate the sliders? I wonder if that's hardware or driver based.....
thanks for that I went to look at the list and realized i coy/pasted yours for the layout and neve put his #'s in. it's fixed now. if he posts that his shader clock needs to be changed I'l do it, till then It stays as he posted it.
Sorry for the confusion. The card is a slight factory over clock. I did do my numbers in order, but I see why its confusing...
Evga GTX 460/1GB SC (Factory overclock)
Shader 1526MHz (26 is correct)
Yea for some reason Nvidia locked the shader with the core so you can't separate them.
I updated the info on the Fermis in my rig to refelct the point increase for the new 80xx Work Units. anyone else have updated info, or any info at all for ATI/AMD cards? I only have one lonely 4000 series listed up there....:keepfolding:
Catching up a bit, and now running the latest V7 FAHControl.
Quadro FX3700 (about 4 years old or so)
core clock 500
shader clock ???
memory clock 800
ppd 3000 to 3500
CPU: 980x base clocks as Asus Motherboard will not overclock reliably. Using both smp and gpu folding.
core clock 607
shader clock 1215
memory clock 1800
ppd ~15000 to 16000
Can you pause the SMP long enough to get me an estimate on the GPU PPD?
what about ati card? and 680?
As I understand it the 680's suck at folding right now. Nvida and Stanford are working on this. As for ATI/AMD I have had one person submit results. Since I am unwilling to just make up #'s I have to wait till some one supplies this data.
8800 gtx: Cc=576;mc=900;sc=1350 ~ ppd 5300
gtx 285: Gc=648;mc=1242;pc=1476 ~ ppd 8000
gt 240: Gc=550;mc=790;pc=1340 ~ ppd 3700
gtx 460: Gc=675;pc=1350;mc=1800 ~ ppd 11900
amd 5870 2gbs no oc around 8500 ppd
Quadro FX5600 core-600 mem-800 5000 ppd avg
Quadro FX3800 core-600 mem-800 5800 ppd
MY 680 should be on it's way sometime soon.
Hopefully it shipped today!
I would love to add those #'s meek. So please don't forget to post them.
Well it's not supposed to arrive until the 10th so we'll have to wait and see what happens then.
Plus how would I figure out an average ppd for this card.
I know I could just write down what it shows in the tracker but that doesn't always show the correct number of points.
use GPU tracker or FAHMON which now works with the V7 client.