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Old Dec 13, 2016, 01:29 AM   #38
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Originally Posted by Flyordie View Post
Regular 780s or 780 Ti's?

Regular 780 = 180-190Kppd. (They are severely limited in clockspeed to around 1Ghz usually)
B1 Stepping 780Ti = 260-280K ppd (assuming a 1,150Mhz clockspeed on the core)

I was way off My calculations were based on some benchmarks which are typically accurate, but I think around ~190K PPD is more accurate now that I think about it in comparison to a 680 I briefly folded on.

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