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I just fired up TN-Grid in Windows on the 1700, so we'll see how it compares to Linux.

*Edit* Of the 160 tasks I downloaded, one is an sse2 task and all the rest are avx tasks.  FMA tasks look to be Linux only, so it won't be a direct comparison.

*Edit #2* @emoga
My first results point to Windows being much faster than Linux.

No AVX for linux... sad-smiley-002.gif

How hot was your system running AVX tasks? I know SR Base uses AVX and it destroys OC'd systems.
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Originally Posted by tictoc View Post

I just fired up TN-Grid in Windows on the 1700, so we'll see how it compares to Linux.

*Edit* Of the 160 tasks I downloaded, one is an sse2 task and all the rest are avx tasks.  FMA tasks look to be Linux only, so it won't be a direct comparison.

*Edit #2* @emoga
My first results point to Windows being much faster than Linux.

No AVX for linux... sad-smiley-002.gif

How hot was your system running AVX tasks? I know SR Base uses AVX and it destroys OC'd systems.

 

My Ryzen system is under water, and with my 7970s running MilkyWay and 6 TN-Grid tasks, CPU temp is 61°C.  That is about 9°C hotter than when MilkyWay is running without any additional tasks.

 

Idle temp on my R7-1700 @ 3.8GHz and 1.4125 volts is 26°C.  Running 16 TN-Grid tasks, bumps the temp up to an average of 53.5°C.  Temps stabillize after about 7-8 minutes of the CPU being at 100% usage.

 

All temps are according to HWINFO 64 CPU(Tctl/Tdie) temps, and those temps match what is reported by Ryzen Master.

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@Egilman That 2670v3 is pretty amazing value. It has an All-Core Turbo Boost of 2.6 GHz...so since its an ES it'll be 2.5GHz. Running 48 tasks at 2.5 ghz for $600 US.....I'm trying to talk myself out of buying another system to be honest.rolleyes.gif

60 day money back or item exchange on both of those processors. Nice thumb.gif


@WhiteWulfe Running TN-Grid, its taking around 27.5 minutes for the (fma) tasks and around 30 min for the (sse2). Only tested it in Linux, is it faster in Win?

15-16.5k PPD?

Host

No idea if that's good or not.

For comparison my i3-4130T in Linux:
  • sse2 35.5 minutes
  • fma 36 minutes
  • avx 36.3 minutes
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@Egilman That 2670v3 is pretty amazing value. It has an All-Core Turbo Boost of 2.6 GHz...so since its an ES it'll be 2.5GHz. Running 48 tasks at 2.5 ghz for $600 US.....I'm trying to talk myself out of buying another system to be honest.rolleyes.gif

60 day money back or item exchange on both of those processors. Nice thumb.gif


@WhiteWulfe Running TN-Grid, its taking around 27.5 minutes for the (fma) tasks and around 30 min for the (sse2). Only tested it in Linux, is it faster in Win?

15-16.5k PPD?

Host

No idea if that's good or not.

Use the FedEx bill that comes in the mail as justification to hold off? tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by tictoc View Post

I just fired up TN-Grid in Windows on the 1700, so we'll see how it compares to Linux.

*Edit* Of the 160 tasks I downloaded, one is an sse2 task and all the rest are avx tasks.  FMA tasks look to be Linux only, so it won't be a direct comparison.

*Edit #2* @emoga
My first results point to Windows being much faster than Linux.

Myself, I appear to be doing 29:55 to 33:02 for TN-Grid gene@home PC-IM tasks on my 4770k that's running at the stock 3.9GHz, at least going by a quick glance through my history anyways.

Hard to say as to which is faster in the long run, but if they're at least similar I strongly suspect my audio/BOINC/djing rig will wind up being a Ryzen of some sort...... Errrrrrrrrrrrr.... tictoc, you're averaging 1315.10s based on the first nine results I saw, and I'm at 1746.50s averaged out for my nine current validation pending results. Yeaaaaaah, I'd say Ryzen is faster ^_^;;;
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@Egilman That 2670v3 is pretty amazing value. It has an All-Core Turbo Boost of 2.6 GHz...so since its an ES it'll be 2.5GHz. Running 48 tasks at 2.5 ghz for $600 US.....I'm trying to talk myself out of buying another system to be honest.rolleyes.gif

60 day money back or item exchange on both of those processors. Nice thumb.gif

Yeah, I pulled the trigger on that one, got two of them coming along with the Supermicro and four sticks of Kingston 4 gig.

Barely over $900.00 So I'll be taking the Sabretooth back to Frys.....

Not too bad for a v3 DP rebuild.......

Thanks for the info and links..... That E5 2670v3 is a sweet deal.... even if they are system pulls......(brain says buy the whole lot but pocketbook says no)
Edited by Egilman - 4/23/17 at 12:48pm
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@Egilman Nice. thumb.gif

I couldn't really justify buying those [2] 20 cores for another system....but if I was going to build another bonic monster, I'd grab those.


Those 2670's should be more than enough to handle those GPU's...and make some people (me) jealous.


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I'll run some Rosetta in windows overnight and get some numbers (they're too long of WU's for Netflix not to have an impact on the timings)
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@Egilman Nice. thumb.gif

I couldn't really justify buying those [2] 20 cores for another system....but if I was going to build another bonic monster, I'd grab those.


Those 2670's should be more than enough to handle those GPU's...and make some people (me) jealous.


@WhiteWulfe
I'll run some Rosetta in windows overnight and get some numbers (they're too long of WU's for Netflix not to have an impact on the timings)

I just realized one thing about Rosetta... Using it to compare run times isn't really all that effective since it defaults to 8 hour runs.... And it packs as much science into it as it can. Arguably, you'd be able to tell by the points given, but such would require averaging out even more. My bad on that one.
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@Egilman ...and make some people (me) jealous.

No kidding. I wanted to get some of these GPUs watercooled instead of looking at new hardware.
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No kidding. I wanted to get some of these GPUs watercooled instead of looking at new hardware.

Two questions....

What kind of GPU's?

What kind of WC?
post #50 of 53
970/980Ti/1070 in two different systems. Custom loops.

I just meant I wanted to spend money on that and this talk is temping me to get another system.
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