Cool! I hadn't noticed, lol, so going by your RX 570 figures, going from 240k to 285k ppd, (middle the range) that's a 19% increase! But could that, at least in part, be down to different type WUs? What change have you seen in your RX 580?Thanks, mine seems in line with yours. It seems there's a PPD uptick for Polaris cards during its lifetime.
I don't think so. I monitor it closely for about a week and it's consistently doing 270-290k PPD (19.5.2 driver). So I think the improvement comes from Folding@Home side.But could that, at least in part, be down to different type WUs?
I run it @1250MHz since I bought it. But I nottice that it consumes more power than when I run it back in June. It's used to hover about 60-70 W and now around 80-90 W (core only).What change have you seen in your RX 580?
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