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Re: Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare your wallets 2016/05/28 21:00:59 (permalink)
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I am going to get a FTW 1080 when they come out.  That will be a killer card.
 


it shouldn't be too long now, Scott.
http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=08G-P4-6286-KR

 
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Re: Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare your wallets 2016/05/30 09:10:18 (permalink)
Torin3's latest WU on his 1080 Founders edition card:
 
WU 11705
Base credit 20645
Estimated credit 148918
Estimated PPD 1,037,624 
TPF 2 minutes 4 seconds
 
post edited by harrier808 - 2016/05/30 09:11:24

 
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Re: Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare your wallets 2016/05/30 09:56:39 (permalink)
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Torin3's latest WU on his 1080 Founders edition card:
 
WU 11705
Base credit 20645
Estimated credit 148918
Estimated PPD 1,037,624 
TPF 2 minutes 4 seconds
 


SINGLE CARD! Whoa!

OK, what is his last 24 hours and 24 hour average. Precompletion PPD is misleading and fluctuates way too much for my liking.

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Re: Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare your wallets 2016/05/30 10:21:34 (permalink)
I do believe he's folding on many GPUs.  I just check his thread on overclockers.com for updates to see the actual numbers a 1080 early adopter can expect. 
 
a fella, Nihilus projected 1mill. ppd for the GTX 1080 n 1.5mill. ppd for the GTX 1080Ti. 
 
looks like this fella, Torin, is a pretty heavy hitter w/ many GPUs in place.
 
http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/user_summary.php?s=&u=276319
 
Last 24 hrs.     2,493,081
Pt.s 24 hr. Avg 2,119,249
 
here's his thread again, if anyone is interested.  i am.
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/772537-Torin3-s-GTX-1080-Folding-thread/page4?s=7879ee8f0aba584c630021cc3df0d6f8
 
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Re: Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare your wallets 2016/05/30 10:58:12 (permalink)
2.4 mil a day? how many cards?
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Re: Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare your wallets 2016/05/30 14:55:01 (permalink)
from the same overclockers.com thread:
 
"We've only got 105 active folders.  (overclockers.com)
Hardware.no----137
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folding@evga---522!"
 
I'm working on your Q, Violence.
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Re: Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare your wallets 2016/05/30 14:59:58 (permalink)
Torin3 posted this in his 1080 Founders ppd thread:
 
"So, with 2 of these cards, we're looking at about 1.5M PPD.

Now if I can just sell off my other stuff, I can get a non-FE card to go with this one.

Edit: Ok, I'm looking at 1.9M PPD on my home systems running 5 cards (1 @ 1080, 3 @ 970, 1 @ Titan), and my works systems run about 600K ppd.  2.5M

And I'm going to pull the Titan and replace it with 3 @ 280x cards that should add about 150 to 200K ppd to my total.  If I get another 1080, I can drop it in my main computer and get about 3.4M PPD.  Muhahaha!  Not HayesK or Macaholic numbers, but pretty darn decent.

Now if we could just get about 15 of the top 20 users to all get a 1080 (or 1070), we'll be pushing for the number 2 spot in only a couple of years."

 
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Re: Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare your wallets 2016/05/30 15:33:05 (permalink)
Torin3 is editing his first post in his thread to reflect his 1080's WUs as they unfold:
 
"Torin3's GTX 1080 Folding thread
I'm going to be pulling the trigger on a GTX 1080 card on the 27th (assuming something like 'adaptive pricing' doesn't push it up over $750/$800 or so).
Since Team 32 is looking for PPD numbers I'll post what I get as I get them.
I've seen pre-release guesses run from about 600K to close to 1M.  Hopefully we'll narrow it down.
Edit, here are the numbers:
WU 9712 (8,14,140) Base Credit 6300 Estimated Credit 48266 Estimated PPD 772260 TPF 0 min 54 secs
WU 9442 (21,1,189) Base Credit 10400 Estimated Credit 70004 Estimated PPD 851879 TPF 1 min 11 secs
WU 9704 (9,5,290) Base credit 9000 Estimated credit 60269 Estimated PPD 723181 TPF 1 min 12 sec Final credit estimate, 59645.00 points
WU 10476 (0,146,529) Base credit 8185 Estimated credit 60862 Estimated PPD 717093 TPF 1 min 13 secs
WU 9156 (106,0,373) Base Credit 3531 Estimated Credit 40577 Estimated PPD 726597 TPF 48.25 secs
175MHz overclock
WU 9704 (3,2,650) Base Credit 9000 Estimated credit 61344 Estimated PPD 768137 TPF 1 min 9 secs
WU 11414 (0,41,42) Base credit 25888 Estimated credit 137922 Estimate PPD 654750 TPF 3 mins 2 secs
WU 13107 (0,1,130) Base credit 2700 Estimated credit 26373 Estimated PPD 712059 TPF 32 seconds
WU 9151 (0,17,268) Base credit 3300 Estimated credit 43512 Estimated PPD 769267 TPF 48.87 seconds
WU 11704 (0,143,82) Base credit 17402 Estimated credit 128963 Estimated PPD 944269 TPF 1 min 58 seconds
WU 9151 (20,22,167) Base credit 3300 Estimated credit 45142 Estimated PPD 876469 TPF 44.50 seconds
WU 11705 Base credit 20645 Estimated credit 148918 Estimated PPD 1037624 TPF 2 minutes 4 seconds
(I'm not including the first because it was idle for a while in the process of running it)"

 
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Re: Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare your wallets 2016/05/30 17:48:05 (permalink)
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2.4 mil a day? how many cards?


he wrote this in his thread:
 
"Yesterday was up from my usual 1.8M to 2.1M range up to 2.4M. 

Also, the last 24 hours is 2.6M.

And as soon as the WU finishes on another machine, I'm pulling the Titan on it making about 300K and replacing it with 3 AMD cards that should be able to do 450K to 500K.

I don't think I'm going to hit 3M among 11 cards, but I'll be within shouting distance."

 
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Re: Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare your wallets 2016/05/31 21:56:19 (permalink)
I just got my 1080 FE and for kicks and to do a "burn in" on it I updated and started up the ol' FAH client and am around  ~750k PPD and 3min TPF currently on project 10473
Amazing piece of hardware, very impressed so far
post edited by Robob - 2016/06/01 04:50:39

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