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2010/05/26 11:10:01 (permalink)
In general we are mostly running our GTX 465's, GTX 470's & 480's at stock clocks but I would love to see what sort of PPD everyone is getting at stock or even with your Overclocks. I know the new 400 series only allows you to adjust your shaders & that is fine as the shader adjustments is what boosts your PPD. 

If you can please post your 24/7 OC's on your cards so it can help show other people how these cards actually perform at different clock speeds. 

Format for your post: 
Name --- Card ----- Shader/Memory ------- PPd  ---- Driver Version 

I will fill in your info above once you post it below. Just overall a nice list to see how the cards scale in PPD with Shader clock increase. 

If you need help finding out your PPD you can use programs like FAH GPU Tracker V2 or programs like HFM.net  
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GTX 480 Clocks & PPD  
SimC33 --- GTX480FTW HC ----- 1945Mhz / 2230Mhz ------- 19,552.00 ------ (257.15 Beta) 
Sledgehammer70 --- GTX480 HC ----- 1802Mhz / 2002Mhz ------- 18,786.22
---- (257.15 Beta)   
xxx --- GTX480 HC ----- 1789Mhz / 2124Mhz ------- 18,173.8 ---- (257.15 Beta)   
xxx --- GTX480 HC ----- 1700Mhz / 2110Mhz ------- 17,029.20---- (257.15 Beta)    
SimC33 --- GTX480 HC ----- 1700Mhz / 2000Mhz ------- 17029.16 ---- (257.15 Beta)        
xxx --- GTX480 HC ----- 1644Mhz / 2048Mhz ------- 16,470 ---- (257.15 Beta)    
SirMasterboy --- GTX480 SC ----- 1650Mhz / 2100Mhz ------- 16,470  ---- (257.15 Beta)    
Danger30Q --- GTX480 ---- 1550Mhz / 1960Mhz ------- 15,501.2  ---- (257.15 Beta)   
Avengingangel --- GTX480 --- 1504Mhz / 1932Mhz ------- 15,058.29---- (257.15 Beta)    
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GTX 470 Clocks & PPD  
ajr23 --- GTX470 ----- 1670Mhz / 1800Mhz ------- 15,997.1 ---- (257.15 Beta)       
heydabop --- GTX470 ----- 1605Mhz / 1875Mhz ------- 15,501.18 ---- (257.15 Beta)  
techmasterjoe --- GTX470 --- 1580Mhz / 1850Mhz ------ 15,291 ---- (257.15 Beta)  
xxxx --- GTX470 ----- 1580Mhz / 1701Mhz ------ 15,058 ---- (257.15 Beta)
jpeck2009 ---- GTX470 ---- 1555Mhz/1700Mhz ------ 14,664 ---- (257.21) 
theGryphon ---- GTX470 ---- 1480Mhz / 1850Mhz ---- 14,100 ---- (257.15 Beta)  
xxx ---- GTX470 ---- 1480Mhz / 1800Mhz ---- 14,050 ---- (257.15 Beta)   
Dave851 --- GTX470 ----- 1497Mhz / 1755Mhz------ 14,000  
taniquetil --- GTX470 ----- 1440Mhz / 1675Mhz ------ 14,000    
700_up --- GTX470 SC ----- 1250Mhz / 1705Mhz ----- 12,277 ---- (257.15 Beta)  
Barbarossa--- GTX470 ---- 1215Mhz / 1675 MHz ----- 12,256.7 ---- (197.75)  
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GTX 465 Clocks & PPD
Thor88 ---- GTX465 ----- 1520Mhz/1603Mhz ----- 13,169 ---- (257.21)  
Barbarossa ---- GTX465-----1215Mhz/1603Mhz ----10,350 ---- (257.15 Beta)   

post edited by sledgehammer70 - 2010/06/18 19:03:07

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    sledgehammer70
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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 11:11:20 (permalink)
    Sledgehammer70 ---- GTX 480 HC FTW ----- 1644Mhz / 2048Mhz ------- 16,470 per card
    post edited by sledgehammer70 - 2010/05/26 11:12:52

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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 11:12:47 (permalink)
    ajr23 --- GTX 470 ----- 1580Mhz / 1701Mhz ------- 15,058
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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 11:13:59 (permalink)
    SirMasterboy --- GTX 480 SC ----- 1650Mhz / 2100Mhz ------- 16,470PPD
    post edited by sirmasterboy - 2010/05/26 11:15:07
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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 11:18:29 (permalink)
    taniquetil --- GTX 470 --- 1440/1675 --- 14000




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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 11:34:59 (permalink)
    All updated :) Its already good to see I can drop my clocks on memory and core a bit and still get the same PPD :)

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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 12:16:01 (permalink)
    Dave851----GTX470-----1497/1755------ 14000ppd----257.17

    Just have to add these new cards are beast... there matching the 295 witch had 2 gpu's folding at the same time...
    post edited by dave851 - 2010/05/26 13:55:52
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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 12:25:42 (permalink)
    257.15 driver set is at least 1 sec. slower in TPF than the 197.75. With 257.15;

    theGryphon ---- GTX470 ---- 1480/1800 ---- 14050 PPD
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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 12:34:18 (permalink)
    heydabop --- GTX 470 ----- 1605/1875 ------- 15,501.18 PPD ---- 257.15

    HFM.net Benchmark Viewer
    Project ID: 10626
    Core: OPENMMGPU
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    Frames: 100

    Name: NV GTX 470
    Path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Folding@home\Folding@home-Win32-GPU_Vista-631\
    Number of Frames Observed: 300

    Min. Time / Frame : 00:00:34 - 15,501.18 PPD
    Avg. Time / Frame : 00:00:34 - 15,501.18 PPD

    post edited by heydabop - 2010/05/26 12:37:10

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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 12:40:46 (permalink)
    Man I totally missed that! if you guys can include what drivers you are using.. that will also help out.

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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 13:24:20 (permalink)
    Hey man, mine was with 257.15 ;)
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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 15:38:39 (permalink)
    WOW, is this still the beta version? Are you getting any points from Stanford yet?

    How are they holding up heat wise??

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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 15:41:34 (permalink)
    Name --- Card ----- Shader/Memory ------- PPd  ---- Driver Version 


    700_up---470 superclocked-----1250/1705------12277 PPD----257.15


    I haven't done any OCing, just have the factory OC on it and I'm running SMP so that might be lowing my PPD a tad, IDK.  




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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 15:54:33 (permalink)
    Mine was of course 257.15 as well.
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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 16:07:27 (permalink)
    tank1023

    WOW, is this still the beta version? Are you getting any points from Stanford yet?

    How are they holding up heat wise??


    yes the points are registering on EOC and stanford
     http://folding.extremeove...ry.php?s=&u=444677

    heat wise they really aren't that bad right now temps on my one card is 73c with the fan @ 80% and that's with extra voltage and oc'd granted its been in the high 50F here for the last week so ambients are nice and cool

    sledge my drivers are 257.15
    post edited by ajr23 - 2010/05/26 16:09:25
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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 16:24:21 (permalink)
    Playing around with the Shader Clocks without applying any sort of Voltage adjustments.

    Sledgehammer70 --- GTX480 HC ----- 1700Mhz / 2110Mhz ------- 17,029.20---- (257.15 Beta) 

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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 16:32:46 (permalink)
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    Playing around with the Shader Clocks without applying any sort of Voltage adjustments.

    Sledgehammer70 --- GTX480 HC ----- 1700Mhz / 2110Mhz ------- 17,029.20---- (257.15 Beta) 



    EDIT: Nvm. I read that as 470 for some reason... 

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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 16:46:17 (permalink)
    So I'm new to Google Docs forms and don't entirely know what I'm doing, but here's a form you can enter PPD info into.
    http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dGhJalZXY2lVQXZjdm5FSVAtNzhrUnc6MQ

    It'll show up on this speadsheet. http://spreadsheets.googl...FSVAtNzhrUnc&hl=en 

    I make no guarantees on how well this will work. So please tell me if you find anything out of place. I'd appreciate it.

    I think there's a much bigger, and probably better done, PPD spreadsheet, but I figured I'd make one just for GTX 400. *shrug*

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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 17:04:10 (permalink)
    Feel free to add data to that sheet, but I will be tracking the data here and in order of highest clocks vs PPD so people can see what sort of settings they can run at to get a certain amount of PPD.

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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 17:07:53 (permalink)
    An update:

    theGryphon ---- GTX 470 ---- 1480/1850 ---- 14100 ---- (257.15 BETA)
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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 17:13:05 (permalink)
    sledgehammer70

    Feel free to add data to that sheet, but I will be tracking the data here and in order of highest clocks vs PPD so people can see what sort of settings they can run at to get a certain amount of PPD.



    Good idea. I just kinda did the form and spreadsheet for fun, lol. Not trying to steal your idea, which is a great one. 

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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/26 18:27:24 (permalink)
    Updated!

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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/27 00:19:46 (permalink)
    i know don't bite my head off for this but
    GTX295--- 702 core--- 1512 shader--- 1153memory--- driver 257.15---
    9,115k per gpu Total 18.2k per card on GPU2
    all the same GPU3 = 13.82k
    my GTX470---1580/1850----15,291 (same 257.15)


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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/27 01:24:30 (permalink)
    Three GTX470 at stock CPU/GPU.

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    Re:Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/27 01:31:45 (permalink)
    Great Thread idea sledgehammer

    the 200 and 400 series section does the same only with 3dmark vantage

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    Re:*Post Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/27 07:00:22 (permalink)
    Are these PPD estimates stable?  When I had my cards @ ~1700/2000 I was showing just over 17,500 ppd for about 30 minutes, and then it dropped to just a bit over 17,000 ppd.  Clocks and temps were fine, but FHM just seemed like it downgraded the estimate based on workload or something.



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    Re:*Post Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/27 07:22:51 (permalink)
    Barbarossa--- GTX 470----1215Mhz /1675 MHz---12256.7 ppd 197.75
    running stock for now, don´t want to fry my card until the waterblock arrives


     
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    Re:*Post Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/27 10:00:59 (permalink)
    Added Barbarossa.

    Overall I have seen a jump and down grade, but that has been if I open any sort of 3D app while the system is folding. One thing i tested was opening a game and when doing so the core just about stopped and dropped to a 3000PPD reading. Once I stopped playing the game the PPD jumped right back up.

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    Re:*Post Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/28 13:44:29 (permalink)
    I know we have more people running cards... post your info.

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    Re:*Post Your GTX 470 or GTX 480 Points Per Day (PPD) 2010/05/28 14:07:42 (permalink)
    FaHMon shows PPD for the 480/470 now.


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