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Old May 9, 2020, 05:44 AM   #1
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Hi,

Here is an interesting topic on the folding forum for up to date PPD performance of GPUs and CPUs

https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.p...64110984c59ba2

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Old May 9, 2020, 11:06 AM   #2
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Thanks for the link.

Interesting someone even uploaded a Fury ppd looks like mine on a bad run of wu's or folding with the cpu slot active. No Bulldozers on the list of course that would require a ppd (ish) category.
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Old May 14, 2020, 07:37 PM   #3
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Thanks for the link.

Interesting someone even uploaded a Fury ppd looks like mine on a bad run of wu's or folding with the cpu slot active. No Bulldozers on the list of course that would require a ppd (ish) category.
Bulldozers actually did pretty decent for what they were when undervolted. :-)
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Bulldozers actually did pretty decent for what they were when undervolted. :-)
Gave it a go with 8350, seems to be shooting my self in the foot with the watts used with current WU.
Any thing 6/7th+ gen or Ryzen is faster with less watts.
A 10210U CPU laptop will do easily twice as more.

On the topic current of stuff out, might be handy to start a under-volt folding thread.
Always handy to know in general.
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Well, this is what I have been getting ever since the new core from OpenMM on my RX Vega64. Oh and that is also while gaming for 4ish hours a day. (I actually let it run while I game as it honestly doesn't hit the FPS at all on the games I play.




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Gave it a go with 8350, seems to be shooting my self in the foot with the watts used with current WU.
Any thing 6/7th+ gen or Ryzen is faster with less watts.
A 10210U CPU laptop will do easily twice as more.

On the topic current of stuff out, might be handy to start a under-volt folding thread.
Always handy to know in general.
Ah. Well mine did 4.0Ghz with just 1.28V when I was running it. I kept the CPU within its voltage curve.
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