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Originally Posted by bfromcolo View Post

I get about 10 minutes on my 480 and 11 min on my 470.  I tried running multiple tasks but the times were much worse, is that a Win 10 issue?

From what I've read, yes. It may be just a windows problem in general (I know people are running 2x/GPU in linux) but I think it works in windows 7.
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post #152 of 520
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Originally Posted by Egilman View Post

Five and a half minutes per CARD????????

Ya lost me there...

I just can't understand the reference brother.

Best result I'm getting is 8 and 3/4 th's per WU running at 2 per GPU. but it's unstable at those speeds on a 7990 (mine at least but stable on a 7970) 9.5min per WU is the best stable time I can get.

I'm running one of my dual card rigs with no config file. Thus four tasks at a time, one per GPU. I just watched one close out at 11:17. If each unit does the same then I'm closing two tasks per card in 11:17 or so. Thus divided by two is just under 5:40.

I think you're the one that pointed this out to me in Collatz. tongue.gif
post #153 of 520
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Originally Posted by Finrond View Post

From what I've read, yes. It may be just a windows problem in general (I know people are running 2x/GPU in linux) but I think it works in windows 7.

Yup a Windows/Polaris thing.
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I'm running one of my dual card rigs with no config file. Thus four tasks at a time, one per GPU. I just watched one close out at 11:17. If each unit does the same then I'm closing two tasks per card in 11:17 or so. Thus divided by two is just under 5:40.

I think you're the one that pointed this out to me in Collatz. tongue.gif

But a 7990 has 2 GPUs on 1 card so you've got to run 2 per card. You're not running 2x per GPU.

Edit: Up by 13mil.
post #154 of 520
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But a 7990 has 2 GPUs on 1 card so you've got to run 2 per card. You're not running 2x per GPU.

That's is correct. And since I am running two per card at 11:17 or so then my average time is time per task divided by two. Which is 5:40. Think about it rolleyes.gif
post #155 of 520
Sounds reasonable enough. On average your 7990 is completing one unit every 5:40 thumb.gif

But you cant say your card does a unit in 5:40
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post #156 of 520
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Sounds reasonable enough. On average your 7990 is completing one unit every 5:40 thumb.gif

But you cant say your card does a unit in 5:40

Why not? headscratch.gif
post #157 of 520
Your unit completion time is 11:17

If you have two race cars strapped together that are both going 120mph, they are not collectively going 240mph.
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post #158 of 520
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Your unit completion time is 11:17

If you have two race cars strapped together that are both going 120mph, they are not collectively going 240mph.

Not at all the same thing.

Look at it this way. If I have a single GPU card running two tasks simultaneously in 11:17, then my average time per task is 5:40'ish. This is basically the same thing. There's no penalty for having two GPU's on one card. tongue.gif
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post #160 of 520
The bottom line is that a 7990 is still the best performer. It even bests the new 10XX's.

Here's another teaser. My other dual card rig is running three tasks per GPU in almost exactly 31 min per task. I'm running twelve with two cards, thus six per card. therefore if you divide 31 min by six (I'm completing six every 31 min) you get 5:12 per task average time.

I'm lovin' it! biggrin.gif
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