ok CPU number looks ok, low but I think thats once of the low ppd units you have at the moment.
GPU is way low.
sometimes the client won't pick up changes in core numbers until it starts a new workunit. What I would do is set both slots to 'finish'
once they have done, exit out of V7.
restart your computer (just because)
then restart v7 and see what ppd you get. You should certainly be getting more than 14108ppd from that rig!
Things to test
1. Try just running the SMP slot on it's own.
go into Task Manager or Resource Monitor via the Control Panel and make sure that all the cores are loaded to 100%
note your ppd (also what workunit you are running, some give a lot less ppd than others)
note: wait until the unit has reached at least 10% before noting the ppd.
2. once you have recorded you PPD running SMP only, click start on your GPU slot. again wait until the SMP has gone up another 10%, the not the ppd of each slot.
The SMP slot should drop a bit because the GPU is taking cpu cycles, but overall your ppd should increase.
post back when you have results!
<edit> if you have anything running in the background (itunes, bitTorrent etc) turn them off. Also try turning off your screen and just leave your machine alone for a few hours. It is amazing how much just browsing can affect your PPD.
<message edited by Simba123 on Friday, May 04, 2012 7:57 PM>