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post #21 of 92 (permalink) Old 10-04-2018, 08:32 AM
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so I can move back to GPU-W with my 7970 then? open the spot up in AMD for someone with real power?
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The PPD database was just udpated last night. Thanks for submitting WU's folks

Looks like numbers are staying roughly the same, with the Titan Xp's PPD still sitting only slightly above the X(P). I would like to see a few more WU's submitted, but with these numbers, we should be able to add it to the GPU-O category.

Also, I am still looking forward to seeing some Vega WU's submitted

Keep on keeping on folks

I'll keep them coming. I have only been seeing a steady stream of the WUs I have submitted recently. I have seen some in the past with some pretty high PPD... but those were few and far between. It looks like the real points are to be made in Linux...as always. I need to stop being lazy and get a bootable thumb drive setup and test it out.

This probably isn't the place to ask since it's off topic a bit... but what flavor of linux is everyone using these days for GPU folding?




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I'll keep them coming. I have only been seeing a steady stream of the WUs I have submitted recently. I have seen some in the past with some pretty high PPD... but those were few and far between. It looks like the real points are to be made in Linux...as always. I need to stop being lazy and get a bootable thumb drive setup and test it out.

This probably isn't the place to ask since it's off topic a bit... but what flavor of linux is everyone using these days for GPU folding?

For what it's worth, I'm still using Ubuntu 16.04. I installed it at the time since it was the first time I used a Lunix OS, so I wanted something more common, and since then I've basically had an "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" mentality about it. It's been rock-solid and stable, and I get increased PPD over Windows, so I'm more than satisfied.

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Ubuntu is pretty easy to setup. With 18.04 I've had the NV drivers not install CUDA if you'll need it for something else. I had to go back and forth between the drivers in the PPA.

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It's all setup. Had a bit of trouble with drivers. Ended up needing to install cuda and open cl/gl packages. Everything seems to be working correctly including coolbits. In initial testing before I applied the OC I was getting about 300k more ppd. Once I am done in Windows today I'll switch back and let it run all week in Ubuntu.



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Upon reviewing everything that has been submitted as of this morning, I feel that the current list of proposed hardware looks like it's fine.

The only significant changes I have noticed is that there have been a few high PPD WU's submitted for the Titan Xp that are higher than 1.7m PPD. However, that appears to only be 100k higher than the highest batch of 1080 ti WU's.
Depending on how many WUs get submitted moving forward, we may add the 2080 to the GPU-O mix.

The only future changes that I foresee happening is adding the Vega GPUs to the AMD category. If that happens, and the PPD falls where I am expecting, then we will probably shift the 980ti into the nVidia category.
I am also considering picking up a Vega 56 and Vega 64 GPU at some point, if I can snag pre-owned GPU's at a good price.

All of this being said, I would like to push these changes to the TC on 01November. This should give us enough time to figure out how we are adjusting our teams' hardware slots.
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Looks like in Linux I finally got a few nice WUs... haven't seen many... but I did get a couple so far.

P11728 TPF= 45 sec for an estimated 1,703,843 ppd



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I honestly haven't been following the PPD numbers of everything so my opinion in terms of what hardware goes in what category is probably not the greatest.


I am definitely all about keeping the categories up to date though, so I support the changes and we probably should be keeping track of new hardware and driver changes.


From what I can recall, we are normally stuck waiting for 6 months after a new GPU launch to even start to really see what it can do and try to classify it in a category.



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I honestly haven't been following the PPD numbers of everything so my opinion in terms of what hardware goes in what category is probably not the greatest.


I am definitely all about keeping the categories up to date though, so I support the changes and we probably should be keeping track of new hardware and driver changes.


From what I can recall, we are normally stuck waiting for 6 months after a new GPU launch to even start to really see what it can do and try to classify it in a category.
Thanks for the input bud. Historically, the biggest contingency to adding "big" GPU's to the fold has been seeing how much they outperform previous generations. And honestly, the step from the 9xx series to the 10xx series has not been all that significant. Hell, looking at the single WU that has been submitted for the 2080 under Ubuntu puts it right below the Titan X(P)/p's. Hopefully we get more submissions on the newer GPUs soon.

And on a side note, please AMD for the love of heck give us an affordable GPU that competes with nVidia stuff. I want some bigger GPUs in the AMD category lol

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Looks like in Linux I finally got a few nice WUs... haven't seen many... but I did get a couple so far.

P11728 TPF= 45 sec for an estimated 1,703,843 ppd
Good to know. Like I said above, depending on more WUs submitted for the 2080, we may actually be able to get it added to GPU-O sooner rather than later

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Unless there are changes to either OpenMM or the AMD GPU arch, AMD will probably never be competitive in [email protected] There are other compute loads where it is competitive and/or superior, but [email protected] is just not one of those scenarios. The improvements in the AMD Linux driver have definitely helped to shorten the gap, but my OC'd FuryX is still a little behind an OC'd 980 in [email protected]


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