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post #51 of 65 (permalink) Old 05-12-2019, 01:08 PM
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My 1070 at 2x tasks at a time (1CPU + 0.5Nvidia GPU, two at a time) is taking ~43 minutes per Gamma-ray pulsar binary search #1. Is that as expected?

That's really slow. My 1070 ti's in a headless Linux machine can do 2 tasks in a little over 24 minutes and that is probably slow.

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My 1070 at 2x tasks at a time (1CPU + 0.5Nvidia GPU, two at a time) is taking ~43 minutes per Gamma-ray pulsar binary search #1. Is that as expected?
About half normal speed. See my times above in Linux for my NV cards. Are you really running 2x or 4x? Memory OC benefits most.


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Is there really that much benefit to running two tasks at a time? It seems to be a waste of CPU resources...
My 1080s at stock clocks run a single task each in 11.5 minutes



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Is there really that much benefit to running two tasks at a time? It seems to be a waste of CPU resources...
My 1080s at stock clocks run a single task each in 11.5 minutes
My NV cards are slower in Linux at 2x so I'm running 1x. My RX card in Windows gains a bit with 2x.


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Basically the same story, nothing much else running. 388.43 instead of 388.13 though. Oh well.



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Any clues here? 100% core load, mild overclocks, but GPU power seems underutilized. This card usually draws about 150 watts when it's hitting its stride and now it's only drawing ~110 watts.
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Any clues here? 100% core load, mild overclocks, but GPU power seems underutilized. This card usually draws about 150 watts when it's hitting its stride and now it's only drawing ~110 watts.
Are your CPUs 100% used? If so use Process Lasso to permanently push all other exes to like threads 0-6 and the GPU exe to thread 7. My performance on a RX drops a lot without that.


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Really sucks that I was down for the whole CC bunker filling. That's probably 23+ million points that we don't have.

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