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5 hours ago, LazyDev said:

With the RTX 3090 been 15-20% faster than the 3080

I assume you mean in gaming performance.

 

Compute performance and gaming performance are two different things.

 

I dunno why the 2070 is 17th on that list and slower than a 2060 with only 1.2mil ppd, my little asus dual mini 2070 does between 1.4-1.8mil ppd.

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That would be @DirectingGnu2

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They have updated F@H client to support Cuda now. My 2080 super is running 3.4m right now. Not sure how that translates to the other GPUs but I guess we will see that soon.

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Well with Cuda boost you're about to see that rise lol. I'd expect results to be posted soon enough

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10 hours ago, DirectingGnu2 said:

Well with Cuda boost you're about to see that rise lol. I'd expect results to be posted soon enough

I've just seen my 2080 not so Super hit 3.2M PPD. I'd now expect the 3080 to do over 6M ppd. Will be interesting.

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I have a 3080 - with the 9/28 drivers and after the CUDA update, it does ~5.8M PPD on average, with swings up to 6.1M and dips as low as 5.5M.

This is a factory overclocked variant (1800mhz core rather than 1710mhz), but with how Ampere handles boost, I'm not sure it matters. It sits just below 2ghz most of the time while folding.

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3 hours ago, Baha said:

I have a 3080 - with the 9/28 drivers and after the CUDA update, it does ~5.8M PPD on average, with swings up to 6.1M and dips as low as 5.5M.

This is a factory overclocked variant (1800mhz core rather than 1710mhz), but with how Ampere handles boost, I'm not sure it matters. It sits just below 2ghz most of the time while folding.

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What 3080 do u have there?

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i just noticed that before i started my 2080Ti back up folding, it was in 3rd place.

it's now in 2nd

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5 hours ago, DirectingGnu2 said:

What 3080 do u have there?

It's the Gigabyte Gaming OC.

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