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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-11-2020, 01:45 PM - Thread Starter
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RTX cards only loading to 35%

I am trying to get back into the folding game after being absent for quite a long time. I've got an RTX 2080 TI and a 2080 Super going. According to Task Manager on Windows 10, both GPUs are only being loaded to 35%. Is this an accurate reading?

The 2080 Ti is on an AMD 3900X which is also folding. I've let the [email protected] program manage all core allocation settings by having that flag set to -1.

The 2080 Super is on an old 4770K which is not doing any folding on the CPU. The [email protected] program is also managing its own allocation of cores.

Is this just an indication that the RTX cores are not being used, or am I missing something else?



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Just curious, did you get it working properly?

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I'm not sure if it's ever not working properly. It still loads only to a max of 35%. But, I'm getting around 2M PPD from the 2080 Ti and the 2080 Super, so I'd assume that means they are where they should be despite Windows reporting weird numbers.



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Is that ppd combined or 2M each?
Because with a single 2080Ti at stock clocks I'm at 2-2.4M ppd at the moment.
GPU-Z shows loads between 85% and 95%

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I've been getting a steady 3.1-3.2 million PPD on a 2080Ti the past few days while using the system lightly. That's with it running 2100MHz and loaded at 95%. Stock it boosts to 1995MHz and I didn't see much difference. I would think you should be able to get somewhere close to 5 million PPD with those 2 cards though I'm not sure what a 2080 produces.

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Quote: Originally Posted by maximus7651000 View Post
I've been getting a steady 3.1-3.2 million PPD on a 2080Ti the past few days while using the system lightly.
I see the same PPD now with the advanced flag on with stock clocks, depending on the usage.

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