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Old Apr 30, 2020, 10:11 AM   #61
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I've been lucky to get 3 wu's per day over the last 2 days. Today is off to another stellar start 7 hours idling so far. Adding and removing the advanced flag has had zero impact during this time. Atleast I got 4 wu's 3 days ago.
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Old Apr 30, 2020, 10:16 AM   #62
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Really? For CPU and GPU?

These are the GPU work units I've had since I started my spreadsheet Tuesday.

11742 (0, 5852, 3)
11742 (0, 7904, 58)
11742 (0, 9003, 8)
11743 (0, 7267, 11)
11743 (0, 9048, 11)
11744 (0, 2048, 10)
11744 (0, 3584, 61)
11745 (0, 1098, 90)
11745 (0, 5285, 42)
11751 (0, 7230, 12)
11761 (0, 12380, 9)
11761 (0, 246, 52)
11761 (0, 4804, 35)
11762 (0, 10997, 12)
11762 (0, 12079, 11)
11762 (0, 14909, 4)
11763 (0, 11081, 24)
11763 (0, 2048, 54)
14415 (0, 201, 25)
14417 (0, 1465, 28)
14538 (0, 1512, 79)
14549 (0, 1489, 23)
16435 (1795, 2, 1)
16435 (2909, 4, 4)
16435 (418, 1, 1)


CPU

13826 (610, 5, 6)
13851 (0, 17338, 57)
13851 (0, 8821, 46)
13851(0, 30788, 66)
14234 (744, 1, 6)
14363 (129, 1, 81)
14365 (434, 4, 78)
14368 (865, 1, 68)
14526 (0, 15, 31)
14534 (485, 3, 11)
14548 (1023, 2, 55)
14627 (1973, 1, 36)
14628 (127, 0, 3)
14723 (1022, 0, 3)
14724 (1649, 0, 5)
16401 (702, 3, 89)
16401 (761, 2, 110)
16403 (855, 3, 92)
16411 (2273, 1, 89)
16422 (251, 0, 130)
16424 (1128, 0, 27)
16424 (1704, 0, 19)
16801 (4, 576, 12)
16801 (8, 563, 22)
16801 (9, 124, 10)
16804 (23, 378, 1)
16804 (65, 328, 5)



I assume the FuryX handles the same projects that RX Vega does, but maybe not?
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Old Apr 30, 2020, 10:39 AM   #63
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I don't fold on the cpu 24-26 hours per wu isn't cost efficient. All I do is slow down the science. A modern i3 will outperform my FX 8350, avx performance has never been stellar single thread performance subpar at best. It also adds 30sec to 1 min to my tpf on gpu wu's.

Seven GPU wu's in the last 60 hours. Yeah the FuryX should be able to fold anything Vega does just a bit slower. Oddly enough with the new core 22 units the more atoms the better. A project with 400k atoms will complete 2 1/2 hours faster than one with 28k lol

@Flyordie I keep forgetting FAH doesn't benefit from overclocking the memory unless something has changed recently that I'm unaware of.
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Old May 2, 2020, 08:41 AM   #64
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Interesting - since your post I've found that any credit earned by my CPU is a wash.

A few times I've watched the GPU fold with idle CPU, and when the CPU gets a work unit, thee TPF does increase on the GPU by about 10%. Whatever credit estimate the CPU has, seems to get subtracted from the GPU estimate (proportional to how % complete the processing is).

My system is still burning through with very little involuntary idle time.

Are you looking to upgrade your system? I seriously considered getting all of your equipment at the time it came out (because AMD fanboi) but decided to wait because my Core i7 920/Radeon 7970 was still doing very well with games at 1080p.
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Old May 7, 2020, 10:20 AM   #65
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My system already slows down once the monitor goes to sleep, that adds 15-30 seconds to my tpf.

Once I can afford to upgrade I'll definitely do so. The new budget cpu's from AMD look enticing, the 3100/3300X for example. I just finished looking at the Phoronix benchmarks on them. I'd happily re-enable folding on those.
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I don't fold on the cpu 24-26 hours per wu isn't cost efficient. All I do is slow down the science. A modern i3 will outperform my FX 8350, avx performance has never been stellar single thread performance subpar at best. It also adds 30sec to 1 min to my tpf on gpu wu's.

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I found exactly the same thing, plus it slowed down my GPU folding because it couldn't keep the video cards fed properly. I was just burning an extra 100W for nothing. I'm getting more work done without a CPU folding slot at all.

My PPD just got killed because it was unable to upload results for at least 12 hours. So much for the rapid return bonus...
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Old May 9, 2020, 11:31 AM   #67
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A large part of me wishes that there were no bonus points. It adds extra stress to something that shouldn't be stressful, and I think if my system were middle-grade or less, I would be discouraged from folding altogether.

It probably does encourage higher-end hardware sales, which I like.
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