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Hi Guys,

Just a line to say we've got our first GTX750Ti card up and running. The performance out-of-the-box matches a GTX480. We'll have a public app for GPUGRID just as soon as CUDA 6.0 is publicly released, which will probably happen at GTC at the end of the month.

Matt
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Holy smokes. GTX 480 performance for ~60W. Makes sense since they're both about 1300GFlops single precision.

This is one of the POTM (project of the month) wink.gif

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A single perseus wu takes 10422 to 10547 sec
a single arecibo wu takes 3438 to 3895 sec
http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/forum_thread.php?id=10485
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I'm running 3 CPU jobs and 2 x BRP5 jobs right now. Time to complete 2 jobs ~14,777 seconds, so approximately 39K credits / day. It is drawing about 40..45 watts at the wall (via kill-a-watt meter) to run the 2 GPU jobs above and beyond the 110 watts to run the 3 CPU jobs.
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BRP5 on a 750Ti mated to an i5 4570S at 2.9GHz completes in around 8500 seconds with just one task running. That's on par with a Titan and 780Ti. It runs Gamma Ray Search #3 in around 4500 seconds with one task running, which is faster than a Titan or 780Ti.

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Kepler WUs don't do much better than CPU so I don't expect much.
http://asteroidsathome.net/boinc/forum_thread.php?id=233&sort_style=5&start=120
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Measured times for several cards (480 credit wu):
GTX 780Ti ~ 2250 s
GTX Titan ~ 1250 s (v101.10) (recommended CUDA double precision disabled)
GTX 780 ~ 1400 s (v101.10)
GTX 770 ~ 3700 s
GTX 760 ~ 1300 s (v101.10)
GTX 750Ti ~ 3900 s (v101.12)

GTX 680 ~ 2900 s (v101.10)
GTX 670 ~ 5000 s
GTX 660Ti ~ 3500 s (v101.10)
GTX 650Ti ~8400 s

GTX 580 ~4200 s
GTX 570 ~4200 s
GTX 560Ti ~5500 s
GTX 550Ti ~12000 s
GT 610 ~61000 s

GTX 460 ~9400 s

GTX 660M ~9000 s (v101.10)
GTX 540M ~32000 s
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in progress.

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So much performance for a card that doesn't need external power. Imagine what the rest of the Maxwell architecture will bring to the table!
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I just got one of these going in my Linux box this morning. Have not had a lot of chance to play with it yet, but it completed one DiRT work unit in 6659 seconds which works out to about 327K PPD, thats compared to about 12000 seconds for my GTX-460 in the same system. It's still slower than the 7850 in my WIN 7 system though, 4200 seconds.

And its quiet, and it runs at 57C. Versus my 460 that ran closer to 80 and was not quiet.

I am trying some Collatz and Einstein but I think I will need to figure out application configuration files for those to report accurate results, versus running defaults.
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This is really amazing results from a low power card. Can't wait to see what the high end Maxwells will bring!thumb.gif
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i can't image. maybe a 790 ti or something based on this design with 3000+ cuda cores.. drool.gif
    
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And only pull 150 Watts! That would be an awesome performance/watt ratio. AMD would have a lot more ground to cover.
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I am still screwing around with Collatz application settings, by default it gets around 250k PPD but the GPU is running at around 90%. Fiddling with the settings I get just over 300K with the following, that has the GPU at 98% so I don't know that I will make it much better.

verbose=1
items_per_kernel=20
kernels_per_reduction=8
threads=8
sleep=1

So not nearly as big a jump as I saw with DiRT 100K - 325K PPD. Although I am not comparing apples to apples since my data on Collatz running on my 460 was based on the old Cuda 5 application before they rebuilt the server and now have a Cuda 4 app.
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Mine is running at 1475 Mhz, stable so far with Einstein and SETI, using multiple WU's I'm up to a max of 90% GPU load. Haven't looked at WU times yet but will let them average out for a bit.

Amazingly, I think I still have some more core clock headroom. Just set it up today so we will see how it goes overnight.
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1475 mhz core? Dang thats awesome

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And only pull 150 Watts! That would be an awesome performance/watt ratio. AMD would have a lot more ground to cover.


How do you get from 640 cores to 3000+ and only double the power required ?

dunx

P.S. Reviews say there isn't the power to drive it over much 1200 MHz without power saving kicking in....
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