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Looks like 3080 is going to be in the 3.5M PPD range.

 

 

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6 hours ago, Eviac2370 said:

I do have it running over night. Think it takes about 2 WU, then i stop the folding once i wake up again. As in "stop" and not "finish"

If you care about points you should always "finish". Points are rewarded based on how fast a WU is finished and returned, so anytime you pause you lose points. 


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9 hours ago, Favebook said:

Yes, that is normal since you already "stopped" = paused your WU multiple times. It got assigned to you 18.09.2020. at 5 AM and it's 19.09.2020. 2 AM if I am reading your (very bad cut tho ;) ) clock right. That means that QRB has dropped a lot since you haven't finished and reported THAT WU ASAP.

 

If you want to maximise your PPD, then ALWAYS let each WU finish before turning your PC off. As that will give you best QRB and most PPD. However, if you do not care about virtual points, then just fold away any way you want as long as you finish WUs before deadline (expiration for that WU specifically assigned to you is 23.09.2020.).

WUs vary in size and therefore time needed for folding each one. Some can take 45min, some can take up to 5 hours (talking about GPU WUs), depending on many factors, but size and complexity of WU is biggest factor. As I already said above, I'd recommend you to use Finish button instead of Stop if you can.

I thank you so much! You've provided me with a lot of help! :D (used paint, you get the point). So let it run to the finish line and then i'll be sure to maximize "profit", got it!

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1 hour ago, Eviac2370 said:

I thank you so much! You've provided me with a lot of help! :D (used paint, you get the point). So let it run to the finish line and then i'll be sure to maximize "profit", got it!

No problem! Yeah, I know it was paint :D. Try using Snipping Tool next time, it's much easier.

 

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7 hours ago, marknd59 said:

Looks like 3080 is going to be in the 3.5M PPD range.

 

 

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only 3.5 mill lol they have a lot to do to optimize it. lol then again that does put it on par with the tesla per lar_systems

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7 hours ago, cbigfoot said:

dark mode

Each to their own.

 

Personally i find dark mode very hard on my eyes, very hard to concentrate and read, and it burns an image into my eyes which I can see every time I close my eyes for a while afterwards. I'm not the only one, a few people have told me that they have had similar issues.

 

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On 9/18/2020 at 2:21 PM, LAR_Systems said:

I'm looking at your recent PPD https://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/user_summary.php?s=&u=1022250  unless you have multiple devices on the go looks like you are at 600k on the average with spikes in the 1Mil range I would expect.

 

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It also looks like you're not folding 24/7, so that level of variance would look normal... and the 200k your mentioning would be for a single WU not your all day PPD as seen when you look at the hourly breakdowns as a 2070 .
 

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Do you only have this one card running?  Do you fold all day or is it set to idle, or gaming, medium power etc?

Edit: Oh.. and are you folding on the CPU as well?  Cause that can bottleneck the GPU folding to the point that you loose significant GPU PPD making CPU folding pointless on certain hardware.

Just noticed now you mentioned me in this post. I have it running whenever i can, as "while working". I'd back in the day just pause the folding when i had to game on my computer, but learned the hard way now that's not ideal, at all. Yes, i fold on my CPU as well, as i've seen the LTT team say for the "good tips" part, that folding with multiple CPU's is good? Got no idea how you checked that, but my PPD now is luckily 2 mil, yet i don't have it running 24/7

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On 9/18/2020 at 2:21 PM, LAR_Systems said:

I'm looking at your recent PPD https://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/user_summary.php?s=&u=1022250  unless you have multiple devices on the go looks like you are at 600k on the average with spikes in the 1Mil range I would expect.

 

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It also looks like you're not folding 24/7, so that level of variance would look normal... and the 200k your mentioning would be for a single WU not your all day PPD as seen when you look at the hourly breakdowns as a 2070 .
 

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Do you only have this one card running?  Do you fold all day or is it set to idle, or gaming, medium power etc?

Edit: Oh.. and are you folding on the CPU as well?  Cause that can bottleneck the GPU folding to the point that you loose significant GPU PPD making CPU folding pointless on certain hardware.

Btw. I have no idea if this helps you in any way, but here's how it's running for me. I let it stay over night, and maybe do some WU's when i don't do anything on the computer anyways, but it's in no way running 24/7 :) 

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7 minutes ago, Eviac2370 said:

Got no idea how you checked that

Click on your folding badge and it take you to your stats.


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3900x turns up today so i'm gonna be dumping some CPU work units in overnight as testing i think.

 

been running the 2080Ti a bit lately to keep warm too


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On 9/19/2020 at 2:07 PM, marknd59 said:

Looks like 3080 is going to be in the 3.5M PPD range.

Seems kinda low. Was expecting at least 4-4.5m PPD since reviews are showing huge gains for rendering.

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4 minutes ago, tep said:

Seems kinda low. Was expecting at least 4-4.5m PPD since reviews are showing huge gains for rendering.

As the guy said he had only just started it going it'll take a few different WU's to get a true idea of what it will work out at.


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7 minutes ago, tep said:

Seems kinda low. Was expecting at least 4-4.5m PPD since reviews are showing huge gains for rendering.

And a high power consumption. 

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6 hours ago, yaboistar said:

3900x turns up today so i'm gonna be dumping some CPU work units in overnight as testing i think.

 

been running the 2080Ti a bit lately to keep warm too

I have mine running with a -0.1v offset and ECO mode on; doesn't seem to drop point return in a major way and well worth the reduction in heat.


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1 hour ago, chaozbandit said:

I have mine running with a -0.1v offset and ECO mode on; doesn't seem to drop point return in a major way and well worth the reduction in heat.

gonna have to wait on it. after one unintentional boot into my old windows install and then one boot to the boot selection screen and getting part-way through the windows install, i'm now stick with a CPU LED on the whole time and no amount of fucking with RAM or reseating the CPU is helping. going to have to take apart my other ryzen machine and test things.


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42 minutes ago, yaboistar said:

gonna have to wait on it. after one unintentional boot into my old windows install and then one boot to the boot selection screen and getting part-way through the windows install, i'm now stick with a CPU LED on the whole time and no amount of fucking with RAM or reseating the CPU is helping. going to have to take apart my other ryzen machine and test things.

No diagnostic code? I went to a fresh install when I got my chip but I was also messing around with dual-booting stuff, so I dunno if you want to deal with a fresh bios (csm boot) and whatnot.


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20 minutes ago, chaozbandit said:

No diagnostic code? I went to a fresh install when I got my chip but I was also messing around with dual-booting stuff, so I dunno if you want to deal with a fresh bios (csm boot) and whatnot.

No boot codes no. It’s a dead board. CPU works in another system, known good cpu doesn’t work in here. Crib death, lasted a couple of boots and that was it. Right pissed off


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This annoys me...

 

Not like this would have been a champ, but I figured I could use it for some extra points.

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Could it be possible for FH to shutdown the PC, once it's finished with a WU? Like when it's 100% successfully completed and there's nothing else for the app to do, to upload the WU? Kinda don't wanna guess when i need to make a script to shutdown my PC. Don't like it running the entire day while working (not home)

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53 minutes ago, Eviac2370 said:

Could it be possible for FH to shutdown the PC, once it's finished with a WU? Like when it's 100% successfully completed and there's nothing else for the app to do, to upload the WU? Kinda don't wanna guess when i need to make a script to shutdown my PC. Don't like it running the entire day while working (not home)

I don't believe F@H can do it, but you should be able to write a script that sets it to "Finish" and then checks for completion before shutting down.  There's a fairly reasonable amount of info that can come out of the command line invocation of FAHClient.

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13 hours ago, justpoet said:

I don't believe F@H can do it, but you should be able to write a script that sets it to "Finish" and then checks for completion before shutting down.  There's a fairly reasonable amount of info that can come out of the command line invocation of FAHClient.

As i'm no genius regarding coding. Would you have any idea, how i do that? Make a script checking if it's finished?

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11 hours ago, Eviac2370 said:

As i'm no genius regarding coding. Would you have any idea, how i do that? Make a script checking if it's finished?

That will depend upon the OS you're running.  You should be able to pull portions of the babysitter script that others use for checking status and pausing/starting to instead do finishing and then issue a shutdown command once it sees the idle or paused status.

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now if only i had a fucking machine to run it in lmao. I get that scan are inundated with requests but i got a support reply within a few hours and now, nothing

 

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This is a new one for me... Took whole 8 minutes to finish the WU (TPF of 5 seconds) and it was on PL of 75%.

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