You can run: nvidiaInspector.exe /?
... to see the list of command-line arguments.
To fix my particular problem:
1) I ran: nvidiaInspector.exe -forcepstate:2,2
Note: The first '2' is the GPU index, and in nVidia Inspector's dropdown, my Kepler is last in the list, with a (2), which is why I used 2 here.
2) In nVidia Inspector, on the P2 GPU Clock, I unlocked the Max, and set it to my Max Boost (1241 Mhz). I actually had to set it to 1242 here for it to work correctly.
Ok, this won't apply to most of you but here is some sage advice. When running a project that uses SOME CPU cycles (GPU Grid), but not a fully loaded core alongside a non-overclocked CPU it is best to set your power settings to disallow SpeedStep. Otherwise, the WU wont push hard enough on the CPU to cause it to run at a high frequency and your GPU usage will suffer. Case in point, my 670 had steady-ish but still bouncy GPU usage running GPUGrid, and then I realized the CPU was running at low clockspeeds. Changed the power settings in windows, and now its running much better. I took a screen shot to show the difference:
You can see where in the graph the power settings were applied.
There is no general thread for GPUGrid, so I am going to make this our GPUGrid thread.
Is there some sort of secret handshake that has to be done in order to get tasks now? I was getting pretty consistent work in January, but I haven't been able to get a single task over the last 2+ weeks.
The licence for the Linux app expired so if you got any they just aborted instantly. Then some rare short tasks came out. Guess what, they aborted too. The only work available has been for GPUs on Windows and CPUs on Linux.
Just today they released the new version that should run on Linux. I haven't had received any though. There was mention of a new app with increased performance.
Edit: And as soon as I said that I received one on my 1070 in Linux.