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FLOPS-per-Watt ranking of GPUs for a franken-cruncher?

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I'm kinda considering dusting off an older motherboard I have lying around to make into a Folding@Home and/or BOINC machine, using whatever GPU(s) I can scrounge up cheaply, but I don't want to violate my wallet too badly with the electric bill. With that said, is there anywhere that has a ranking of different GPUs in terms of compute performance-per-Watt?

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@boggy77 - Where is the 1080Ti stack up?  Not on the list.


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6 minutes ago, Armand_Karlsen said:

I'm kinda considering dusting off an older motherboard I have lying around to make into a Folding@Home and/or BOINC machine, using whatever GPU(s) I can scrounge up cheaply, but I don't want to violate my wallet too badly with the electric bill. With that said, is there anywhere that has a ranking of different GPUs in terms of compute performance-per-Watt?

I was not able to find one just a while ago, when looking for what GPU to buy, so I made a little spreadsheet myself:

 

This is using information from overclock.net's GPU PPD database (and some PPD's are updated to C22 levels) and using reviews from Guru3D to get the max. wattage used for these cards.

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RTX 2060 Super cards just seem to do best (usually in price/PPD they do pretty good too).


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