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?
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.
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.