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Old 11th September, 2008, 11:16 PM
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thunder,
I was looking at overclockers and how they were dealing with the change in the GPU change and two things caught my attention. This is what they were saying.
1: Shader increase = PPD increase
2: Having a CPU client running at the same time drops PPD.

I had gone default earlier so I increased shaders from 625 to 675. Thats the only change.
Timing was perfect. GPU was about to finish a WU. I shut down the CPU client.
When the GPU finished and then picked up another WU it was another 5506 but the PPD was 3602 where the last one was 25** . Bye the way, the credit is 480, they were saying that for some it had dropped to 435.

Edit:
Graphics have started to lag a little. Not anything I can't live with but just noticed it.
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