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post #21 of 34 (permalink) Old 02-03-2017, 07:16 AM
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What version of the AMD driver are you using? Anything before 16.50 will not work. 

Part of the problem could also be the client.  The GPU slot detection and assignment is not good with different types of cards.  I have the same issues in Windows and Linux.  For Windows I had to force it to use a custom config.

Can you post the first 60 or so lines of the [email protected] log, where it lists all the system stats and the config.

Driver is 16.60. I found the problem, it is the same problem I had a few weeks ago on another machine. When FAH starts the WU, the driver segfaults.

I don't have my logs anymore because in frustration I installed windows. YOU KNOW I had to be frustrated to install windows. wink.gif j/k I like windows, linux and bsd all the same, like children. Except one of my children is no freaking good. (I think I need meds)



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I am going to bump this thread, since I never updated it runnig the newer drivers.  As of the last AMD driver the RX 480 Linux performance seems to be equal to Windows.  I am going to let it fold for a few days, and then I will update the thread with some WU info. 

 

If anyone has a 480 in Windows it would be nice to have a few more entries in the GPU Database to compare my Linux results to. :D



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I have a Fury with 16.1.1 drivers. It folds at 1101 on the core with Win 7. The Sandy Bridge 2600K in the Z77 is holding it back a little bit.

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I have a Fury with 16.1.1 drivers. It folds at 1101 on the core with Win 7. The Sandy Bridge 2600K in the Z77 is holding it back a little bit.

Sorry for going off topic. tongue.gif

You should bump the Fury up to the 17.2 drivers. The newer drivers should bump your ppd by 10% or more. thumb.gif


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You should bump the Fury up to the 17.2 drivers. The newer drivers should bump your ppd by 10% or more. thumb.gif

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I have a Fury with 16.1.1 drivers. It folds at 1101 on the core with Win 7. The Sandy Bridge 2600K in the Z77 is holding it back a little bit.

Sorry for going off topic. tongue.gif

You should bump the Fury up to the 17.2 drivers. The newer drivers should bump your ppd by 10% or more. thumb.gif

Do you have link to that driver? I downloaded the 17.2 software and hardware driver package but it has the same 16.1.1 video driver from November 2016 and the one that I'm using. Maybe I missed something.

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I checked the driver I’m using on my 390X and the package is 17.5.2 beta, the driver is shown as 22.19.165.512 from 5/17/2017. I don’t know how or why I’m using this driver as I usually don’t use beta drivers. I’m running Win 10.

I moved the 390X over to this rig recently and probably grabbed the first driver that I found!

 

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Time to give this thread a resurrection. 

 

The AMDGPU-Pro 17.50 Linux driver has now pushed the performance of my RX 480 in Linux ahead of the Windows performance.

 

October 2017 Result Driver 17.30

p9842 - 269k PPD

p9414 - 290k PPD

p9415 - 299k PPD

p9431 - 322k PPD

December 2017 Result Driver 17.50

p9842 - 287k PPD +7%

p9414 - 318k PPD +10%

p9415 - 329k PPD +10%

p9431 - 362k PPD +12%

 

You can see some comparison numbers vs Windows in the GPU Projects PPD Database. Comparing my latest results to some RX 580 results, has the 480 in Linux equaling, or outpacing the 580 in Windows, while clocked 120 MHz lower.  :D 



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Time to give this thread a resurrection. 

The AMDGPU-Pro 17.50 Linux driver has now pushed the performance of my RX 480 in Linux ahead of the Windows performance.

October 2017 Result Driver 17.30
p9842 - 269k PPD
p9414 - 290k PPD
p9415 - 299k PPD
p9431 - 322k PPD
December 2017 Result Driver 17.50
p9842 - 287k PPD +7%
p9414 - 318k PPD +10%
p9415 - 329k PPD +10%
p9431 - 362k PPD +12%

You can see some comparison numbers vs Windows in the GPU Projects PPD Database. Comparing my latest results to some RX 580 results, has the 480 in Linux equaling, or outpacing the 580 in Windows, while clocked 120 MHz lower.  biggrin.gif  

Thanks for keeping this thread going mate thumb.gif

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For sure. thumb.gif

My TC Fury is now running in Linux, so I'll be keeping this alive as the AMD Linux drivers continue to progress.


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