so after running for a while, it looks like the one of the tesla's says it is outputting 38k points a day, the other one 25k, and the cpu is around 7k. odd the difference between the two teslas.
the teslas are not hardware bridged, as I do not know if sli is recommended for these things, and they are also in slots that connect to a different cpu bus. I don't know if they should be on the same cpu bus or not. seems it would be more advantageous to be separated, not only each using their own cpu resource, but by being able to have some space physically between them for cooling intake.
I have several other machines folding currently, but this chart will maybe give a slight glimpse into output over the next few days. this machine with the teslas in it does seem to be taking on bigger projects by default I think...
http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/ ... s=&u=42254
and I'm not looking for f@h monitors... I'm looking for a TESLA hardware monitor. something that shows the tesla gpu temp and current workload percentage in a graph or numerically, such like hw monitor, aida64, speedfan, etc does. none of the ones I've tried report on the tesla's any more than their model and physical chip layout.
the motherboard uses an onboard chip for video to a monitor, aspeed, which does not really take any resouces away from anything, I don't think. maybe a small bit of ram, which this board has in spades (32gigs).
my main rig...
asrock 970 extreme3
AMD athlonII X3 440
zalman cpns5x performa hs/fan
crucial ballistix 2x4gb sport ddr3-1333
powercolor ax7750 1GBK3-H vga
antec neo he 650r
Samsung 840 EVo SSD 120 GB
toshiba 2TB HDD 64M cache sata3
seagate 1TB HDD 64M cache sata3
hitachi 2TB HDD 64M cache sata3
lg wh14ns40 bd burner
optiarc ad-7240s sata dvdrw (nec chipset)