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Folding at home PPD is 1/10th what it used to be

My current system consists of an i7-4790K turbo boosted to 4.4Ghz and an EVGA GTX 980 Ti Classified. 

Months ago my GTX 980 Ti was able to get about 500,000 PPD and my CPU around 50,000 PPD
Currently my GTX 980 TI is at 70,000ish PPD and my CPU about 5,000 PPD

Is there anything that could limit my PPD?

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You should still be able to get this. Have you entered your pass key? If you,ve re-installed the folding client and wiped the old data directory you might have to find the original pass key email.

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On 10/20/2018 at 2:01 AM, Radxr3 said:

My current system consists of an i7-4790K turbo boosted to 4.4Ghz and an EVGA GTX 980 Ti Classified. 

Months ago my GTX 980 Ti was able to get about 500,000 PPD and my CPU around 50,000 PPD
Currently my GTX 980 TI is at 70,000ish PPD and my CPU about 5,000 PPD

Is there anything that could limit my PPD?

lows.PNG

I would agree it seems like you dont have your passkey entered.

 

P.S. are you planning to enter the folding event next month? 

 

 

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