- Feb 3, 2005
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I saw that a couple of days ago, hope RamonetB is ok, looks like his machines shut down. I'm just amazed how much this team produces with such few people.
I've been gaming a lot lately. When I do that, it takes 1 of my Titan X P cards out of production.
For example, yesterday I gamed for about 12 hours...so I lose 50% of 1.2 million!
Some of if has to do with the work unit type as well.
I guess the rest of us will have to buy enough GPU's to make up for the loss lolHey guys!
I wanted to quick chime in.
First of all, thanks to the_cultie for checking in on me. It's that type of community that makes this place so wonderful!
Second, all is well! My drop off is the combo punch of some hardware going down and the sudden disappearance of those ever so delicious A7 Core work units. I'm working on getting the hardware back up, but this thing called "Christmas" is distracting me.
But without those A7's, I won't be pushing 8 million anymore. Twas fun while it lasted. Looks like I need to acquire some more GPU's again....
If not, I'm going to go with the GTX 1080. Do they have better reliability with 24/7 folding?
Edit: Ordered 1 RX 480. Might go with 2 x 1080s soon, although it looks like the 1070 has slight better PPD. Anyone with thoughts?
I have 5 GTX-1080 SC (Super Clock) and 1 GTX-980 Ti FTW and I'm running them 24/7 with no issues.
I'd have more production but my 390x just doesnt like to fold, computer crashes almost immediately after starting. I've got a 750ti to fold with as well but its in the fileserver, when I remote desktop into it the gpu wu errors out.
I just learned that my power is going to be out tomorrow for 8 hours. That's about 150K ppd gone tomorrow. Also, what is the PPD of a RX 480?
Thanks! Ordered a 1080 today for $580, I'm hoping I get my money's worth, although NVIDIA GPUs have always been reliable folders for me.
Remote Desktop (RDP) is a known problem for GPU folding. I use Teamviewer, which works great.
So roughly around 300-310k PPD (when working)