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Folding@Home Points Per Day results

_k_k P-Town, Texas Icrontian
edited Jan 2014 in Folding@Home
I have wanted to start an Icrontic Folding@home database for a while, so I am doing it now. For CPU PPD post which processor, clock speed, and which client(single core, SMP, or SMP2). For GPU2 or GPU3 post GPU model, core-shadder(if applicable)-mem speed, and which GPU client.

UPDATE: Going forward we are going to be centralizing our PPD on the FAHControl ppd reporting, this is not a hard rule but a preferred method. If at all possible please run a WU for a slot(CPU/GPU) before considering it a stabilized value.
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  • _k_k P-Town, Texas Icrontian
    edited Mar 2016
    CPU PPD

    Intel
    980X @4.05GHz Bigadv - 47,845
    E5645 @2.40GHz Bigadv - 32,159
    i7 3930k @3.20GHz SMPv7 - 28,755
    E5-1620 @3.7GHz SMPv7 - 28,530
    X3440 @3.8GHz Bigadv - 25,000
    E5645 @2.40GHz SMP2 - 21,308
    i7-2600K SMPv7 - 15,000
    i7 965 @3.03GHz SMP2 - 13,560
    i5 750 @2.66GHz SMP2 - 10,993
    E5506 @2.13GHz Bigadv - 10,389
    E5506 @2.13GHz Bigadv - 9,423
    X3440 @3.8GHz SMP2 - 8,750
    i5 2500k @3.40GHz SMP2 - 8,085
    E5405 @2.00GHz SMP2 - 7,962
    Q9550 @2.83GHz SMP2 - 7,281
    Q9450 @3.55GHz SMP2 - 7,231
    E5620(6 threads) @2.4GHz SMPv7 - 7,140
    E5506 @2.13GHz SMP2 - 5,609
    i5 3320M @2.60GHz - 5,515
    i3 2120 @3.30GHz SMP2- 4,866
    Q9300 @3.00GHz SMP2 - 4,757
    i3 540 @3.06GHz SMP2 - 4,600
    i5 M560 @2.67GHz SMP2 - 4,502
    E5506 @2.13GHz SMP2 - 4,151
    Q8300 @2.50GHz SMP2 - 3,843
    i5 2540M @2.60GHz SMP2 -3,747
    E7500 @2.93GHz SMP2 - 3,372
    E8500 @3.16GHz SMP2 - 3,083
    Q6600 @2.40GHz SMP2 - 3,042
    E5300 @2.60GHz SMP2 - 2,302
    E7300 @2.66GHz SMP2 - 2,124
    E6550 @2.33GHz SMP2 - 1,812
    E5200 @2.50GHz SMP2 - 1,518
    E2180 @2.00GHz SMP2 - 1,256
    Q9450 @3.55GHz Single Core - 330
    Pentium 4 @3.00GHz Single Core - 137
    Pentium 4 @2.80GHz Single Core - 131
    Pentium 4 @2.00GHz Single Core - 97
    Celeron M @1.50GHz Linux Single Core - 73

    AMD

    Opteron x8 6136 @2.4GHz Bigadv - 57,035
    Opteron x8 6134 @2.3GHz Bigadv - 54,019
    Opteron x8 6128 @2.00GHz Bigadv - 29,350
    FX-8350 (7 cores) @4.60GHz SMPv7 - 16,650
    FX-8350 (6 cores) @4.60GHz SMPv7 - 11,047
    Opteron x6 4180 @2.60GHz SMP2 - 10,628
    Opteron x8 6128 @2.00GHz SMP2 - 9,350
    Phenom II X6 1055T @2.81GHz SMP2 - 8,322
    Phenom II x4 940 @3.0GHz SMP2 - 5,225
    Phenom II x4 925 @2.80GHz SMP2 - 5,223
    Phenom II x4 940 @3.01GHz SMP2 - 4,780
    Phenom x4 9600 @2.30GHz SMP2 - 3,728
    Phenom II x4 965 @3.42GHz SMP2 - 2,900
    Athlon II x2 240 @ 2.80GHz SMP2 - 1,300
    Athlon x2 5050e @ 2.60GHz SMP2 - 1,038
    Athlon x2 5050e @ 2.60GHz Single Core - 141
  • _k_k P-Town, Texas Icrontian
    edited Mar 2016
    GPU2 PPD

    ATI

    (GPU Core MHz/Memory MHz)

    5770 @ 850/1200 - 2,628
    4670 @ 750/1000 - 1,095

    NVIDIA

    (GPU Core MHz/Shadder MHz/Memory MHz)

    GTX570 @ 875/1750/2000 - 17,800
    GTX465 @ 800/1600/1600 - 11,200
    9800GX2 @ 720/1050/1800 - 11,000
    9800GX2 @ 600/1500/1000 - 9,734
    GTX285 @ 648/1476/1242 - 9,056
    GTX260 @ 625/1350/1050 - 7,047
    8800GT @ 600/1500/900 - 4,180

    GPU3 PPD

    ATI

    (GPU Core MHz/Memory MHz)

    NVIDIA

    (GPU Core MHz/Shadder MHz/Memory MHz)

    GTX560Ti @ 900/1800/1053 - 13,083
    GTX480 @ 726/1451/900 - 12,660
    GTX465 @ 825/1675/1650 - 11,256
    GTS450 @ 882/1764/1600 - 11,100
    GTX460 @ 815/1630/900 - 10,350
    9800GX2 @ 600/1500/1000 - 9,866
    GTX460 @ 715/1430/900 - 9,261
    GTS450 @ 920/1840/902 - 8,900
    GTX280 @ 602/1300/1105 - 7,044
    8800GT @ 600/1500/900 - 4,000

    GPUv7 PPD

    ATI
    (GPU Core MHz/Memory MHz)
    290X - 218,000
    7950 @ 1000/1250 - 88,399

    NVIDIA
    (GPU Core MHz/Shadder MHz/Memory MHz)
    GTX-970 @ 1316/#/1502 - 249,276
    GTX-770 @ 1267/1536/1753 - 38,525
    GTX-570 @ 797/480/976 - 32,355
    GTX 560 Ti @ 900/1800/1053 - 29,482
  • edited Jul 2010
    CPU

    Intel

    Q6600 @ 2.4GHz SMP2 - 1831 (Trying to figure out why its so low)

    GPU

    Nvidia

    260GTX+ @ 625/1350/1050 – 7047
  • ardichokeardichoke Buttes Master B Lansing, MI Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    If we're going to start this database, perhaps we should also set some constraints on how the data is collected? I.E. what software is used to collect the data and what settings, that way we don't have serious statistical gaps from people using different software and whatnot.
  • _k_k P-Town, Texas Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    fahmon and hfm are the only two programs I have been able to find that do ppd calcs for f@h. Both of the current versions do time factor bonus for smp2. The difference between what both programs report is within 20 ppd and to add to that I do not care about WU series in this, this is simply a reference base so people can take a look to see what gear produces well and how similar gear stacks up against each other.
  • ardichokeardichoke Buttes Master B Lansing, MI Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    Fair enough. My contributions for the moment (more to come when I jury rig some way of monitoring my workstation from home, darn firewall).

    Phenom II X4 925, SMP2, Windows - 4387.8
    Intel Celeron M 1.50 GHz, single core, Linux (Debian) - 73.4 (Don't judge me! It's my old laptop which is sitting at my work acting as a simple file dump for me until I have the money to build a proper server)
  • TushonTushon I'm scared, Coach Alexandria, VA Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    When Folding gets the whole computer to itself, I get between

    CPU PPD
    AMD Phenom IIx4 940 -- 5100-5350 PPD

    I was using my XFX 5770 for a while, but it actually lowered my overall PPD because of the CPU stress so I have stopped that. I'll get some sample (crap) numbers for my server later.

    I haven't figured out why HFM can't connect via FTP to my server (even though I can use a normal client to do so), so I dont have good monitoring on that (yet).
  • trolltroll Windsor, Nova Scotia Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    CPU
    Intel Q9300 @ 3GHz SMP2 - 4757

    GPU
    GTX285 @ 648/1476/1242 - 9056
  • JokkeJokke Bergen, Norway Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    CPU

    Intel i7 965 @ 3.3GHz - 245 ppd (?!)

    GPU

    GTX280 - 5279 ppd
  • SnarkasmSnarkasm Madison, WI Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    Core i7 920 at 3.6, I think - around 8k ppd. You're doin' something wrong, Jokke. :)

    I'll take a look at my settings at home and update this a little more precisely.
  • JokkeJokke Bergen, Norway Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    Fixd!

    CPU

    Intel i7 965 @ 3.3GHz - 13560 ppd.

    GPU

    GTX280 - 7044 ppd
  • TushonTushon I'm scared, Coach Alexandria, VA Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    Jokke wrote:
    Fixd!

    CPU

    Intel i7 965 @ 3.3GHz - 13560 ppd.

    GPU

    GTX280 - 7044 ppd
    Thats much better!
  • _k_k P-Town, Texas Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    mmmm GTX 460. Stock clocks does 9261 ppd at 46% fan duty and 65C. Darn thing is silent. Single video card system with Q9450 putting out 15,243 a day.
  • ardichokeardichoke Buttes Master B Lansing, MI Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    only 9261? That seems pretty low to me given that my old 8600GTS would put out around 4k ppd at stock clocks....
  • _k_k P-Town, Texas Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    That is actually right in line with all of the other 460s people have posted numbers for. And that 86 wouldn't get 4k on any of the current GPU3 WUs or most of the GPU2 WUs excluding the 353 and one other set.

    You mean 2k when you say 4k right?
  • ardichokeardichoke Buttes Master B Lansing, MI Icrontian
    edited Jul 2010
    It was all the way back in January when I last folded on my 8600, but I'm pretty sure that I was averaging 4k ppd. Well, I guess I had an Athlon X2 folding as well... so I guess that would leave 3.5k ppd unaccounted for.
  • TushonTushon I'm scared, Coach Alexandria, VA Icrontian
    edited Aug 2010
    New folding numbers:
    Phenom IIx4 940 3.0GHz - 5500+ (when alone, mileage varies with use)
    9800 GX2 (720/1050/1800) 11000+ (~5555 each)
    Athlon IIx2 240 (2.8GHz) - 1300 (keep in mind it is probably offloading some of the GPUs)

    Roommates shitty desktop - 150

    PS3 - ... I don't know ... w/e a PS3 does

    If I get my full financial aid package, I'm going to be adding a GTX470 (or 465) to my main rig and selling my XFX 5770.
  • _k_k P-Town, Texas Icrontian
    edited Sep 2010
    Dual Intel Xeon E5506 2.13GHz - 8303ppd :)
    So a single E5506 does 4151ppd with SMP2

    Interval time is 9 minutes 38 seconds

    Using the smp 8 flag the a3 core is using 53,605k of memory. Now I just need to figure out where to stick the second workstation so I can run it too.
  • TushonTushon I'm scared, Coach Alexandria, VA Icrontian
    edited Sep 2010
    EVGA GTX 465 clocked at 825/1675/1650 - 10k+ (running 11.1k right now) ... thought when watching the GPU usage, it jumps around alot 65%+ but never gets near 100% ... probably related to its beta status or something. I turned this off during Mafia II but I don't know that is made a big difference on performance. Gonna try SCII and LoL this weekend with it on to see if it impacts performance significantly.

    sitting around 29k total PPD right now, will increase when I install new proc this weekend.
  • ardichokeardichoke Buttes Master B Lansing, MI Icrontian
    edited Jan 2011
    Newest piece of hardware grabbing points for me:

    AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 4180
    6-cores @ 2.6GHz
    10628ppd according to FahMon
    I can get a HFM's numbers once I get it added on my desktop at home
  • ardichokeardichoke Buttes Master B Lansing, MI Icrontian
    edited Apr 2011
    Latest revised numbers from HFMlNET v0.6.2 - Beta calculating points off all available frames

    AMD Opteron 4180, 6-core @ 2.6GHz Debian Linux GRO-A3 Core - 8606 (obviously this is taking a hit from running 2 minecraft servers)
    AMD Phenom II X4 925, 4-core @ 2.8GHz Arch Linux GRO-A3 Core - 5730
    AMD Phenom II X4 925, 4-core @ 2.8GHz Win7 GRO-A3 Core - 5223

    Just thought I'd post an update since my numbers seem to have changed with more recent WUs and whatnot.
  • EnisadaEnisada Edmonton Member
    edited Apr 2011
    GTX480 @ 726/1451/900 - 12,660 on GPU3
  • EnisadaEnisada Edmonton Member
    edited Apr 2011
    980X @4.05GHz Bigadv - 47845
  • TushonTushon I'm scared, Coach Alexandria, VA Icrontian
    edited Apr 2011
    sick

    my 465 was putting out similar numbers till the v7 client went haywire and doesn't like it anymore.
  • EnisadaEnisada Edmonton Member
    edited May 2011
    I think why it is low is because i have my 8 cores doing SMP. Where as I don't have a dedicated core to the GPU.
  • TushonTushon I'm scared, Coach Alexandria, VA Icrontian
    edited May 2011
    GTX465 @1.05V 800/1600/1600 - ~11200
    GTX570 @1.0V 875/1750/2000 - ~17800

    Stock clocks are 607/1215/1603 and 732/1464/1900 respectively. These are "safe" overclocks (I know the inherent risk in saying that :P)

    SMP
    AMD PII 965 @1.3V 3.42GHz - ~2900 (but that probably has more to do with other crap running, uTorrent, etc.)
    AMD PII 940 @1.4V 3.01GHz (something might be wrong with proc or board because it won't overclock a step without throwing errors in Prime95 and OCCT)- ~4780
  • ardichokeardichoke Buttes Master B Lansing, MI Icrontian
    edited Jun 2011
    Dual AMD Opteron 6128, 16 cores @ 2.00GHz, Debian Linux in xen, SMP2 - 18700 ppd
  • ardichokeardichoke Buttes Master B Lansing, MI Icrontian
    edited Jun 2011
    Dual AMD Opteron 6128, 16 cores @ 2.00GHz, Debian Linux in xen, bigadv - 58700 ppd (This is according to FAHmon... not sure how accurate it is)
  • _k_k P-Town, Texas Icrontian
    edited Jun 2011
    added, let me know if they need to be adjusted because of bad reporting. What is the ETA on the SMP2 and Bigadv WUs? I would guess it is around 3-4 hours for SMP2 and 1.5 days for bigadv.

    Did you do this for benchmarking or are these going to stay live?
  • ardichokeardichoke Buttes Master B Lansing, MI Icrontian
    edited Jun 2011
    Looks like the reporting was about accurate. The SMP2 took about what you said to complete. The bigadv workunit took about 5 days to complete but netted me 333,071 points. That box was just up for benchmarking purposes (I'm now working for out Quality Assurance team at work, so I pretty much just test our infrastructure and whatnot all day long).
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