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Old 10-10-17, 03:49 PM
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Old 10-10-17, 03:56 PM
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Bunch of slackers! 2M+, I'll get right on that lol
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Old 10-10-17, 09:33 PM
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Bunch of slackers! 2M+, I'll get right on that lol
You're only another GTX1080 away... What's one more?
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Old 11-10-17, 02:27 AM
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Would need a new board too....damn ITX

Edit: Oh and case lmao.
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Old 03-01-18, 02:48 AM
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Bunch of slackers! 2M+, I'll get right on that lol
I did get on that. Added a second 1080, but its on an old board, so Pcie16 2.0 and its losing about 120 to 150k PPD and GTX 970 is on same old board and losing about another 40 to 50K+ PPD. Need to plan the next board/cpu upgrade
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Added a second 1080
I was wondering where the extra PPD was coming from
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LOL, me too. Nice job steve, now get updating those boards .
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Old 07-01-18, 06:51 AM
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So a little OT... But didn't want to start a whole new thread

Did some rearranging of GPUs. Both 1080s are on MSI Z97 boards, one 2 core and one 4 core with both running @4.4G. So both 1080s are pulling around 900K PPD each. Old AMD cards went on the Asus P6T deluxe with 920 @ 3.8G passively cooled. LOL and this is the best, the GTX 970 went on an Intel Bad Axe with 6700 dual core Why do I still have this 2006 model year board still running? This has been the wife's computer for more than several years and it REALLY needs to be upgraded LOL. Was thinking of Intel Gen 8, what do you guys think? Primary reason for Intel is integrated graphics works OK for daily use with no PPD loss with better cards. Also seems that [email protected] PPD likes higher CPU speeds which is Intels forte ATM.
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As much as I love AMD's offerings right now Intel is the way to go in your situation. AMD is supposed to have integrated graphics this year in Ryzen, but I can't remember when now...maybe end of Q1 early Q2?
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So a little OT... But didn't want to start a whole new thread

Did some rearranging of GPUs. Both 1080s are on MSI Z97 boards, one 2 core and one 4 core with both running @4.4G. So both 1080s are pulling around 900K PPD each.
Dang, that's nice. My 1080Ti is only managing about 950k PPD. Usually due to bad WUs though, I've seen some WUs bring the PPD to about 1.3 million, but I rarely get those anymore.
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