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Old Feb 27, 2020, 02:16 PM   #1
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Processor Folding on a Ryzen APU

Since my wife was away for a few days, I took the opportunity to reinstall the folding client on my computers. I have a Ryzen 5 2400G and a laptop with a Ryzen 7 2700u.

These are budget chips and the results are not overwelming.

The results are not that great.
On the 2400G, I'm getting and average 80K ppd. 20K ppd for the cores and around 60K ppd for the GPU.

The laptop is a Lenovo e585 but the APU is seriously held back by the throttling.
Using the default client settings, I was getting an average of 37K ppd. 12K ppd for the cores and 25K ppd for the gpu. But I noticed that the chip temperature was only at 65C and the GPU frequency was limited to a maximum of 500MHz (vs 1300 MHz in the specs)
So I disabled folding on the CPU, the temperature went down to 57C and got an average of 42K ppd on the GPU. This time the max frequency was around 1150 MHz averaging 970MHz.

Anyone else using an APU for folding?
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Old Mar 16, 2020, 01:25 PM   #2
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Those numbers for the 2400G are pretty decent. I was folding on a GTX680 until recently putting in about the same PPD (it was underclocked to keep fan noise down). PPD per watt isn't bad at all on that APU.
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Those numbers for the 2400G are pretty decent. I was folding on a GTX680 until recently putting in about the same PPD (it was underclocked to keep fan noise down). PPD per watt isn't bad at all on that APU.
With the new WU, the PPD is even a bit higher on the 2400G.

I'm currently getting 92K PPD with the following:

CPU: getting 20,186 PPD on project 14190
GPU: getting 72,758 PPD on project 11743

Total: 92944 PPD.

But the real PPD average is a bit lower because of the server issues of the last few days when trying to download a work unit.
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Old Mar 22, 2020, 12:44 AM   #4
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With the new WU, the PPD is even a bit higher on the 2400G.

I'm currently getting 92K PPD with the following:

CPU: getting 20,186 PPD on project 14190
GPU: getting 72,758 PPD on project 11743

Total: 92944 PPD.

But the real PPD average is a bit lower because of the server issues of the last few days when trying to download a work unit.

Awesome numbers!!

Those core22 WUs get me 1M PPD on each of my 1070s, but really push the cards hard
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Old Mar 22, 2020, 04:12 PM   #5
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Awesome numbers!!

Those core22 WUs get me 1M PPD on each of my 1070s, but really push the cards hard
I’ll go cry in the corner.
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Old Mar 24, 2020, 07:58 PM   #6
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Awesome numbers!!

Those core22 WUs get me 1M PPD on each of my 1070s, but really push the cards hard
I get around the same on my 1070, my 5700xt gets around 1.5 Mil & my 5700 (flashed to a 5700xt) gets 1.1-1.3 Mil with the core22s.
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I’ll go cry in the corner.
Hey my ryzen 9 3900x folding on 12 threads gets b/een 200-300k ppd. But I really am impressed with the ppd of your 2400G, there was a time when I had 30 cpus folding and could barely scare 10k ppd combined.
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