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post #891 of 1199
Adam,

What INF drivers are you running and what Intel RSTe version do you have?

I downloaded the INF files from ASRock's website but it NEVER installs properly for me. The version I show is 9.2.3.1032. The version on the ASRock site says INF version 9.4.0.1026. My Intel RSTe version is: 3.8.0.1106.

*EDIT: NO MATTER WHAT I DO, I CANNOT SEEM TO UPDATE THE INF (Chipset "ROOT") DRIVERS! mad.gif

PLEASE HELP!
Edited by Baasha - 12/4/13 at 9:22pm
     
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The Nbody is a very good CUDA bench-marking tool since it really pounds the CUDA cores and the GPU memory. The FLOPs reported by the NBody will be lower than what your Titans are capable of, since this application is memory bound. How did you get your FLOPs? Did you run Nbody with -benchmark flag? I am a bit puzzled since they seem to be high. Titan offers up to 4.5 TFLOPS of single-precision and 1.5 TFLOPS of peak double-precision compute power.

So if you stress test your system under a game or a benchmark like Unigine Heaven, you can reproduce the problem 100% of the time? Even when the system is running on default clocks (no OC)?

In my case the problem was my OC. I was under-volting my system. Even though the system was stable it was gimping the bandwidth due to lack of power. I increased the VCore and everything is functioning as it should. I even played BF4 for 4 hours with no issues.

Are you using the latest drivers from NVidia? (version 331.93) Do you do a clean install of the drivers?
Have you checked your GPUs on GPUz, after the stress tests, to see if they are still on Gen 3.0 PCIE?
post #893 of 1199
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Originally Posted by Baasha View Post

Adam,

What INF drivers are you running and what Intel RSTe version do you have?

I downloaded the INF files from ASRock's website but it NEVER installs properly for me. The version I show is 9.2.3.1032. The version on the ASRock site says INF version 9.4.0.1026. My Intel RSTe version is: 3.8.0.1106.

*EDIT: NO MATTER WHAT I DO, I CANNOT SEEM TO UPDATE THE INF (Chipset "ROOT") DRIVERS! mad.gif

PLEASE HELP!

I did a clean install of Windows 8.1 on Oct. 26th. The chipset INF package I used came from the ASRock website, version 9.4.0.1026. It appeared to install just fine at the time. I'm at work now and not in front of the PC. What device in device manager are you checking to see the driver version?
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The Nbody is a very good CUDA bench-marking tool since it really pounds the CUDA cores and the GPU memory. The FLOPs reported by the NBody will be lower than what your Titans are capable of, since this application is memory bound. How did you get your FLOPs? Did you run Nbody with -benchmark flag? I am a bit puzzled since they seem to be high. Titan offers up to 4.5 TFLOPS of single-precision and 1.5 TFLOPS of peak double-precision compute power.

So if you stress test your system under a game or a benchmark like Unigine Heaven, you can reproduce the problem 100% of the time? Even when the system is running on default clocks (no OC)?

In my case the problem was my OC. I was under-volting my system. Even though the system was stable it was gimping the bandwidth due to lack of power. I increased the VCore and everything is functioning as it should. I even played BF4 for 4 hours with no issues.

Are you using the latest drivers from NVidia? (version 331.93) Do you do a clean install of the drivers?
Have you checked your GPUs on GPUz, after the stress tests, to see if they are still on Gen 3.0 PCIE?

I did not run with the benchmark flag. If you look at the screenshot I posted you can see the GFLOP/s in the title bar of the N-Body window. It stayed between 6700 and 7100. The clock speeds remained stable at 836 / 849 during the entire run. The clocks speeds are automatically switched lower when double precision is enabled in the control panel (in case anyone didn't know that). In single precision the clock speeds remained at ~1GHz during the shorter 30 minute test I ran before enabling DP.
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For those using SLI... Do any of you experience sudden reduction in GPU usage? I've noticed it in the past after doing heavy stress testing or running a game with vsync off for a long time. All of a sudden the GPU usage drops and I can't get it back until I reboot the PC.

Since I became aware of the PCI-E bandwith test I decided to run it after encountering the problem. This is what I saw:



It looks like one of the PLX chips is going into some sort of reduced performance mode. Any idea what's going on? This happens even when not overclocked. I can only fix it by restarting the system.
Yes I experienced these same GPU drops also when I had quad SLI. Exact same symptoms with a reboot fixing the low use. It is a problem with quad SLI communication with some software coding. Some code just don't play well with the increased latency of 4 cards communicating. I would experience this at times on my Extreme 11 & RIVE. Also with both my quad Titans & quad GTX 670s.
Edited by Swolern - 12/7/13 at 1:50am
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I just accidently got my hands on the Extreme 11 smile.gif

Had a Fatality board that failed to boot in the shop where I bought it whilst attempting to flash to the Ivy-e bios, the only x79 board he had left was the Extreme 11 so he gave me that...I've had 3 dud boards from him in 3 months so he felt a bit sorry for me.

My whole system is in his shop right now whilst he flashes the bios to function with the 4930k I got yesterday too.

Looking forward to working on this board and this thread has so much information in it, glad I found it and will surely be on here tomorrow when I'm installing OS and overclocking/benching smile.gif
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I did a clean install of Windows 8.1 on Oct. 26th. The chipset INF package I used came from the ASRock website, version 9.4.0.1026. It appeared to install just fine at the time. I'm at work now and not in front of the PC. What device in device manager are you checking to see the driver version?

Adam, this is the Device Manager shot:

     
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This is what I have. It's the same version.



When I originally ran the package it only updated INF files as it deemed necessary, so most of the files were still using the Windows default INF files. I had to use the -OVERALL argument on setup.exe in order to force the installer to use the Intel specific INF files instead. It doesn't really matter what INF version is used. It's not going to make much of a difference one way or the other. The INF files are not drivers in the same vein as NVidia driver packages or Create Labs driver packages are. From what I was told years ago, the INF files simply tell the OS what specific features on the motherboard are available to it. It doesn't do any "driving". That's probably why they just call it the Chipset INF package and not a Chipset driver package.
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Yes I experienced these same GPU drops also when I had quad SLI. Exact same symptoms with a reboot fixing the low use. It is a problem with quad SLI communication with some software coding. Some code just don't play well with the increased latency of 4 cards communicating. I would experience this at times on my Extreme 11 & RIVE. Also with both my quad Titans & quad GTX 670s.

I've been experimenting with some settings. With MSI Afterburner I have the following settings:
Voltage: +37
Power: 106
Temp: 95
Core: +0
Memory: +0

I've been looping various things and so far I haven't experienced the problem yet. Even though there isn't any core clock adjustments in Afterburner, the +37 on the voltage does allow it to boost up a few extra speed bins so that I can still maintain 1GHz core clocks. I know this probably isn't ideal for most overclockers. It's fine for me as long as it continues to work. I'll have to run more tests in order to confirm the problem is no longer occurring.
Edited by AdamK47 - 12/8/13 at 3:53pm
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I've been experimenting with some settings. With MSI Afterburner I have the following settings:
Voltage: +37
Power: 106
Temp: 95
Core: +0
Memory: +0

I've been looping various things and so far I haven't experienced the problem yet. Even though there isn't any core clock adjustments in Afterburner, the +37 on the voltage does allow it to boost up a few extra speed bins so that I can still maintain 1GHz core clocks. I know this probably isn't ideal for most overclockers. It's fine for me as long as it continues to work. I'll have to run more tests in order to confirm the problem is no longer occurring.
Ah you have 4 Titans sandwiched together. It could also be some throttling due to temps when your GPUs run at full load. 95c is toasty for some Titans, even with temp target elevated. I doubt they run at full load very often due to you only 2560x1600. CPU bottlenecks would limit the GPUs in 99% of applications with that setup.
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