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post #2181 of 2206 (permalink) Old 01-15-2019, 06:51 AM
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Is there a way to provide a mass quantity of HFM results in one go?
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post #2184 of 2206 (permalink) Old 01-16-2019, 12:43 AM - Thread Starter
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I’m not sure that would work. I think someone could make a script to parse the HFM logs and upload them with a js script (the form is just an HTML document), but I’m not sure Google Spreadsheets could keep up with batch uploads and you’d still need to enter the clocks, VRAM speeds etc (although end users could hardcode these as well if it’s constant)

 



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I’m not sure that would work. I think someone could make a script to parse the HFM logs and upload them with a js script (the form is just an HTML document), but I’m not sure Google Spreadsheets could keep up with batch uploads and you’d still need to enter the clocks, VRAM speeds etc (although end users could hardcode these as well if it’s constant)
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I'm not sure how useful a ton of repeat submissions for the same GPU(s) would be. There are only a handful of projects, and with the newer tasks the Run Core Gen seems to have less of an impact on PPD. It is more likely that that the dynamic boost on recent GPUs would account for the PPD difference between tasks. My Vega 64 clocks are anywhere from 1723-1735MHz, and the only way to get accurate clock speeds is if you see them while the task is running, unless you are also logging GPU stats to match up to the HFM logs.

Maybe it's different in Windows, but in Linux over the last three days, on two GPUs, I've only ran six different projects.


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I believe the frequency reported should be what you have configured in your OC. Obviously, it is impossible to accurately track frequency fluctuation throughout the duration of a WU.

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Good evening folks!

I have been working with Blade over the past few weeks on redoing the PPD Database, and we have pushed it live today!

The following changes have been made to the Database:
  • Revamped the back-end - Improved front-end loading time and performance, automated the addition of new hardware and projects to the database.
  • Removed antiquated Yield calculations - theoretical number calculated has been deprecated now that GPUs are significantly faster.
  • Replaced individual submission list with averages - Increase front-end performance.
  • Added Project# and OS tabs - Provides averages and sample size for each P# per GPU and OS/GPU submitted to the database.
  • Changed GPU Sort Order - The GTX 10xx GPUs really should not have been listed before the GTX 4xx series GPUs.
  • Cleaned up formatting -
  • Laid out framework for accepting bulk submissions - See below for more details.

We have been working on this a while now, but we are willing to take suggestions for any additions or changes you think may be beneficial.

In regards to bulk submissions, we are working on a system that will allow users to submit properly formatted .csv files from HFM. We have a few issues we are working out before it's ready for release, but more to come on that. We will also need beta testers at some point, so I will reach out to you all when we are ready for testing. The individual submission form still works, and we encourage you to keep using it!

Anyways, more to come soon!

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Good evening folks!

I have been working with Blade over the past few weeks on redoing the PPD Database, and we have pushed it live today!

The following changes have been made to the Database:
  • Revamped the back-end - Improved front-end loading time and performance, automated the addition of new hardware and projects to the database.
  • Removed antiquated Yield calculations - theoretical number calculated has been deprecated now that GPUs are significantly faster.
  • Replaced individual submission list with averages - Increase front-end performance.
  • Added Project# and OS tabs - Provides averages and sample size for each P# per GPU and OS/GPU submitted to the database.
  • Changed GPU Sort Order - The GTX 10xx GPUs really should not have been listed before the GTX 4xx series GPUs.
  • Cleaned up formatting -
  • Laid out framework for accepting bulk submissions - See below for more details.

We have been working on this a while now, but we are willing to take suggestions for any additions or changes you think may be beneficial.

In regards to bulk submissions, we are working on a system that will allow users to submit properly formatted .csv files from HFM. We have a few issues we are working out before it's ready for release, but more to come on that. We will also need beta testers at some point, so I will reach out to you all when we are ready for testing. The individual submission form still works, and we encourage you to keep using it!

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