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Message 60952 - Posted: 4 Feb 2014, 0:05:55 UTC

Cool, thanks, fast card btw! :)
Oh & feel free to post your 7950s score too if you like.

Current GPU statistics ~ Average Time to Complete 1 213.76 credit WU :-

1. HD 7950 (GPU 1100 MHz) ..................... 81s (Mumak, MW forum)
2. HD 7870 XT (stock) ............................ 120s (Matt, MW forum)
3. HD 7950 (GPU 850 MHz) ..................... 121s (salvordorhardin, AT thread)
4. HD 5850 (GPU 750 MHz) ..................... 245s (salvordorhardin, AT thread)
5. HD 5850 1GB, (stock) ......................... 246s (Assim1)
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8. GTX 560 Ti 448c (GPU 880 MHz) .......... 471s (GleeM, AT thread)
9. HD 4850, 512 MB (stock) .................... 553s (wayliff, AT thread)
10. HD 4830, 512 MB (GPU 670 MHz) ....... 615s (Assim1)
11. HD 7770 GHz ed. (GPU 1100 MHz) ...... 724s (Mumak, MW forum)
12. HD 7770 GHz ed. .............................. 807s (Deerslayer, AT thread)
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Message 60957 - Posted: 4 Feb 2014, 13:24:31 UTC - in response to Message 60942.  


I'm not sure what was the problem, probably the +20% power limit wasn't applied to all GPUs. Maybe a Cat problem, because I don't run in Xfire and Cat reports the other GPU as "disabled".
I'm currently running Cat 14.1 and all is well so far.


Are you using a cc_config.xml file like this one to use all your gpu's?

<cc_config>
<options>
<use_all_gpus>1</use_all_gpus>
<skip_cpu_benchmarks>1</skip_cpu_benchmarks>
</options>
</cc_config>

It just tells Boinc to use all the gpu's it sees for crunching. Another 'problem' could be that you need to load the Cat software twice, once for each gpu. That is needed in some case, but not always. In my own dual gpu machines I always make one gpu work, then add in the 2nd one afterwards. Sometimes the original Cat software sees the 2nd gpu, and sometimes not, and it does not seem to matter if the 2nd gpu is the same make and model as the original one or not.
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Message 60960 - Posted: 4 Feb 2014, 15:10:29 UTC - in response to Message 60957.  


Are you using a cc_config.xml file like this one to use all your gpu's?

<cc_config>
<options>
<use_all_gpus>1</use_all_gpus>
<skip_cpu_benchmarks>1</skip_cpu_benchmarks>
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It just tells Boinc to use all the gpu's it sees for crunching. Another 'problem' could be that you need to load the Cat software twice, once for each gpu. That is needed in some case, but not always. In my own dual gpu machines I always make one gpu work, then add in the 2nd one afterwards. Sometimes the original Cat software sees the 2nd gpu, and sometimes not, and it does not seem to matter if the 2nd gpu is the same make and model as the original one or not.


Yep, I have <use_all_gpus> enabled. That problematic instance was crunching tasks, just the load/clock was not at max. I don't know what you mean with "load the Cat software twice", there's just one installation that recognizes both GPUs, however it reports one of them under Hardware Info as "disabled". ULPS is disabled. But anyway, CCC is not needed, since MSI AB did the job - unlock unofficial OC, Extend official OC limits and setting the type to "boost edition" manages the VRM VDDC quite well (~1.06V instead of the default 1.25V max).
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Message 60962 - Posted: 4 Feb 2014, 18:35:57 UTC

Hi Mikey
No WU times for us? :)
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Message 60966 - Posted: 4 Feb 2014, 23:22:15 UTC - in response to Message 60965.  

Interesting & extensive table, but no not really, it doesn't give specific times for specific credit WUs.

I was going to see what times your doing 213.76 WUs in but you've hidden your computers :P.

Fancy giving us your crunch times? :)
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Message 60968 - Posted: 4 Feb 2014, 23:33:52 UTC - in response to Message 60960.  


Are you using a cc_config.xml file like this one to use all your gpu's?

<cc_config>
<options>
<use_all_gpus>1</use_all_gpus>
<skip_cpu_benchmarks>1</skip_cpu_benchmarks>
</options>
</cc_config>

It just tells Boinc to use all the gpu's it sees for crunching. Another 'problem' could be that you need to load the Cat software twice, once for each gpu. That is needed in some case, but not always. In my own dual gpu machines I always make one gpu work, then add in the 2nd one afterwards. Sometimes the original Cat software sees the 2nd gpu, and sometimes not, and it does not seem to matter if the 2nd gpu is the same make and model as the original one or not.


Yep, I have <use_all_gpus> enabled. That problematic instance was crunching tasks, just the load/clock was not at max. I don't know what you mean with "load the Cat software twice", there's just one installation that recognizes both GPUs, however it reports one of them under Hardware Info as "disabled". ULPS is disabled. But anyway, CCC is not needed, since MSI AB did the job - unlock unofficial OC, Extend official OC limits and setting the type to "boost edition" manages the VRM VDDC quite well (~1.06V instead of the default 1.25V max).


Okay there is one other thing I know to try then, plug in a 2nd monitor to the 2nd gpu as you boot up the machine, or build yourself a "dummy plug".
http://www.overclock.net/t/384733/the-30-second-dummy-plug

Apparently when Windows first starts up it only uses the gpu's that have something plugged into them to save resources. I personally had to make several plugs but others have reported it isn't needed, so try it and see what works for you.
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Message 60969 - Posted: 4 Feb 2014, 23:34:56 UTC - in response to Message 60962.  

Hi Mikey
No WU times for us? :)


I am only using my cpu cores here, all my gpu's are elsewhere right now.
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Message 60970 - Posted: 4 Feb 2014, 23:42:03 UTC - in response to Message 60969.  

As per thread title I'm after CPU times too, you'd be the 1st! :)

What are your GPUs crunching?
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Message 60972 - Posted: 5 Feb 2014, 7:32:42 UTC - in response to Message 60968.  


Okay there is one other thing I know to try then, plug in a 2nd monitor to the 2nd gpu as you boot up the machine, or build yourself a "dummy plug".
http://www.overclock.net/t/384733/the-30-second-dummy-plug

Apparently when Windows first starts up it only uses the gpu's that have something plugged into them to save resources. I personally had to make several plugs but others have reported it isn't needed, so try it and see what works for you.


Interesting, thanks for the hint. But currently it's running well, and since I'm a software guy, we have a rule - never touch a running thing ;-)
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Message 60974 - Posted: 5 Feb 2014, 18:34:22 UTC

Updated benchmark requirements & slightly changed description.

So feel free to share your new scores for old & new GPUs & CPUs alike! :)
I will post new updates as necessary.

Current GPU statistics ~ Average Time to Complete 1 213.76 credit WU :-

1. HD 7950 (GPU 1100 MHz) ..................... 81s (Mumak, MW forum)
2. HD 7870 XT (stock) ............................ 120s (Matt, MW forum)
3. HD 7950 (GPU 850 MHz) ..................... 121s (salvordorhardin)
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6. HD 5850 (GPU 750 MHz) ..................... 245s (salvordorhardin)
7. HD 5850 1GB (stock) .......................... 246s (Assim1)
8. GTX 780 Ti (stock) ............................. 403s ... Linux - 395s (biodoc)
9. GTX 560 Ti 448c (GPU 880 MHz) .......... 471s (GleeM)
10. GTX 570 (stock) ............................... 520s - Linux (biodoc)
11. HD 4850, 1 GB (stock) ...................... 553s (wayliff)
12. HD 4830, 512 MB (GPU 670 MHz) ....... 615s (Assim1)
13. HD 7770 GHz ed. (GPU 1100 MHz) ...... 724s (Mumak, MW forum)
14. HD 7770 GHz ed. (stock) ................... 807s (Deerslayer)
15. GTX 660 Ti (stock) ............................ 816s - Linux (biodoc)
16. GTX 560 Ti (stock) ............................ 836s (Deerslayer)
17.

OS Windows, unless otherwise stated.
Again sorry for the busted links but it's the poor software this forum uses! You can manually edit the url in the address bar or just go to the thread link in my 1st post.

Requirements for benchmark, validated 213.76 credit WUs only, average of 5 WU times*, dedicated CPU core for the GPU, please state clock speeds if overclocked (including factory o/cs) or state 'stock'. It would also be handy if you could state your BOINC & driver version & OS, incase it does make any odds.
Oh & for the main benchmark only crunch 1 WU at a time per GPU otherwise it will massively increase WU time, naturally ;) (even if it does increase output). If you do normally crunch 2 WUs at a time then feel free to give those times too but tell me it's 2 at a time :thumbsup:.

*I chose 5 thinking this will give a good enough average, but if you disagree LMK & LMK why :)
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Message 60979 - Posted: 5 Feb 2014, 20:07:13 UTC - in response to Message 60942.  


So what was up with the power limit, too low? Was it at stock?
Are you getting faster times now?

I'm betting Cat 14.1 doesn't do MW any favours! ;)


I'm not sure what was the problem, probably the +20% power limit wasn't applied to all GPUs. Maybe a Cat problem, because I don't run in Xfire and Cat reports the other GPU as "disabled".
I'm currently running Cat 14.1 and all is well so far.

You haven't included my HD7770 times posted here:
http://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/forum_thread.php?id=3465&postid=60912

Forgot to follow up, are you getting more stable & faster WU times now?
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Message 60980 - Posted: 5 Feb 2014, 20:14:30 UTC - in response to Message 60970.  
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As per thread title I'm after CPU times too, you'd be the 1st! :)

What are your GPUs crunching?


My gpu's are at Einstein and Asteroids right now.

pc name Boinc5
18,223.15 18,164.51 213.76
18,523.58 18,426.71 213.76
18,082.08 18,025.99 213.76
18,435.11 18,351.27 213.76
18,478.94 18,429.68 213.76
17,909.78 17,845.59 213.76

All done on a AMD FX(tm)-6100 Six-Core Processor [Family 21 Model 1 Stepping 2]. NO overclocking, but only 5 cores being used for cpu crunching. Also these are the Separation (Modified Fit) v1.28 tasks.

pc name mikes
19,492.41 19,222.76 213.76
19,550.31 19,229.59 213.76
19,575.07 19,241.58 213.76
19,528.10 19,237.28 213.76
19,564.41 19,239.32 213.76

All done on a GenuineIntel Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q8200 @ 2.33GHz [Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10]. Again no overclocking, and only 3 cores used for cpu crunching. These are the Separation (Modified Fit) v1.28 tasks.

pc name family room
13,185.75 13,172.38 213.76
13,078.15 13,057.16 213.76
13,061.84 13,052.04 213.76
13,005.26 12,996.71 213.76
13,013.97 13,005.58 213.76

All done on a GenuineIntel Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3612QM CPU @ 2.10GHz [Family 6 Model 58 Stepping 9]. No overclocking but only 4 cores used for crunching, this is a laptop. These are the Separation (Modified Fit) v1.28 tasks.

pc name backup2
17,436.96 17,068.33 213.76
17,469.56 17,102.14 213.76
17,404.80 17,043.03 213.76
17,406.91 17,047.46 213.76
17,528.09 17,163.35 213.76

All done on a AuthenticAMD AMD FX(tm)-6100 Six-Core Processor [Family 21 Model 1 Stepping 2]. No overclocking but only 5 cpu cores being used for cpu crunching. These are the Separation (Modified Fit) v1.28 tasks.

pc name backup1
15,498.11 15,365.44 213.76
15,382.80 15,253.93 213.76
15,374.82 15,249.41 213.76
15,738.40 15,591.13 213.76
15,608.29 15,460.03 213.76

All done on a AuthenticAMD AMD FX(tm)-6300 Six-Core Processor [Family 21 Model 2 Stepping 0]. No overclocking and only 5 cpu cores used for cpu crunching. These are the Separation (Modified Fit) v1.28 tasks.

pc name Boinc7
17,958.57 17,913.41 213.76
17,977.93 17,958.21 213.76
18,072.77 17,970.33 213.76
17,997.33 17,971.50 213.76
17,953.20 17,921.18 213.76

All done on a GenuineIntel Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q8300 @ 2.50GHz [Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10]. No overclocking and all 4 cpu cores used for cpu crunching, no gpu in this machine. These are the Separation (Modified Fit) v1.28 tasks.

pc name Boinc14
14,948.42 14,808.38 213.76
14,944.70 14,813.64 213.76
14,952.75 14,812.93 213.76
14,950.15 14,805.01 213.76
14,953.24 14,803.20 213.76

All done on a AuthenticAMD AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1090T Processor [Family 16 Model 10 Stepping 0]. No overclocking and only 5 of the cpu cores used for cpu crunching. These are the Separation (Modified Fit) v1.28 tasks.

pc name Boinc3
25,526.80 23,747.08 213.76
25,790.53 24,041.74 213.76
25,900.75 24,124.85 213.76
26,410.02 24,228.14 213.76
25,593.79 23,317.08 213.76

All done on a AuthenticAMD AMD Phenom(tm) 9850 Quad-Core Processor [Family 16 Model 2 Stepping 3]. No overclocking and only 3 of the cpu cores used for cpu crunching. These are the Separation (Modified Fit) v1.28 tasks.

I am not sure this one is valid for your survey but here are the stats anyway:
pc name backup1 (the only 32bit machine of the bunch)
13,188.06 12,200.70 159.86
13,260.40 12,165.29 159.86
13,251.27 12,165.77 159.86
13,301.29 12,185.96 159.86
13,247.23 12,194.19 159.86

All done on a AuthenticAMD AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5800+ [Family 15 Model 107 Stepping 2]. No overclocking and both cpu cpores used for cpu crunching, no gpu in this machine. These are the MilkyWay@Home v1.00 tasks. NO tasks got more or less credits then the amounts listed for this last pc.

ALL numbers were gotten from the Valid lists and were the last 5 units with the right amount of credits for the survey.
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Message 60986 - Posted: 5 Feb 2014, 20:56:23 UTC - in response to Message 60980.  
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Wow, that's a lot of stats! :)
Could you provide an average of the the 5 WU times? Aside from the last column I'm not sure what I'm looking at + it'll take sometime & I've got to east soon ;).
Oh don't worry about the pc doing 159.86 cred WUs, not comparable I'm afraid.

Updated table including times for doing 2 WUs at a time, & slightly altered description.

Current GPU statistics ~ Average Time to Complete 1 213.76 credit WU :-

1. HD 7950 (GPU 950 MHz) ............... est. 72s (Sunny) See posts 51-53 for discussions of slower GPU giving a faster time & estimated WU times.
2. HD 7950 (GPU 1000 MHz) ............. est. 74s (Sunny) See posts 51-53 for discussions of slower GPU giving a faster time & estimated WU times.
1. HD 7950 (GPU 1100 MHz) .................... 81s (Mumak, MW forum)
2. HD 7870 XT (stock) ........................... 120s (Matt, MW forum)
3. HD 7950 (GPU 850 MHz) .................... 121s (salvordorhardin)
4. HD 6950 (stock) ................................ 176s (Icecold)
5.
6. HD 5850 (GPU 750 MHz) ..................... 245s (salvordorhardin)
7. HD 5850 1GB (stock) .......................... 246s (Assim1)
8. GTX 780 Ti (stock) ............................. 403s ... Linux - 395s (biodoc)
9. GTX 560 Ti 448c (GPU 880 MHz) .......... 471s (GleeM)
10. GTX 570 (stock) ............................... 520s - Linux (biodoc)
11. HD 4850, 1 GB (stock) ...................... 553s (wayliff)
12. HD 4830, 512 MB (GPU 670 MHz) ....... 615s (Assim1)
13. HD 7770 GHz ed. (GPU 1100 MHz) ...... 724s (Mumak, MW forum)
14. HD 7770 GHz ed. (stock) ................... 807s (Deerslayer)
15. GTX 660 Ti (stock) ............................ 816s - Linux (biodoc)
16. GTX 560 Ti (stock) ............................ 836s (Deerslayer)
17.

Average Time to Complete TWO 213.76 credit WUs at a Time:-

1. HD 7950 (GPU 950 MHz) ....................... 134s (Sunny) See posts 51-53 for discussions of slower GPU giving a faster time, estimated WU times & where the 2 WU time comes from.
2. HD 7950 (GPU 1000 MHz) ..................... 138s (Sunny) See posts 51-53 for discussions of slower GPU faster time, estimated WU times & where the 2 WU time comes from.
3. HD 7950 (GPU 1100 MHz) ..................... 151s (Mumak, info gathered by myself)

Current CPU statistics ~ Average Time to Complete 1 213.76 credit WU :-

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

OS Windows, unless otherwise stated.

Again sorry for the busted links but it's the poor software this forum uses! You can manually edit the url in the address bar or just go to the thread link in my 1st post.

Requirements for benchmark, validated 213.76 credit WUs only, average of 5 WU times*, dedicated CPU core for the GPU, please state clock speeds if overclocked (including factory o/cs) or state 'stock'. It would also be handy if you could state your BOINC & driver version & OS, incase it does make any odds.
Oh & for the main benchmark only crunch 1 WU at a time per GPU otherwise it will massively increase WU time, naturally ;) (even if it does increase output). If you do normally crunch 2 WUs at a time then feel free to give those times too but tell me it's 2 at a time :thumbsup:.

*I chose 5 thinking this will give a good enough average, but if you disagree LMK & LMK why :)
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Message 60988 - Posted: 5 Feb 2014, 22:28:04 UTC

I don't think it's a good idea to compare running TWO WUs/GPU.
That very depends how these are 'synchronized'. Moreover, it's hard to tell what the other WU running concurrently was, which might affect the final times too.
For me running 2 WUs/GPU ranges from 113 to 154 secs. If you'd still like to make a comparison, then an average from 5 results is absolutely insufficient, I'd say you'd need to average at least 100 results.
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Message 60989 - Posted: 5 Feb 2014, 22:33:08 UTC - in response to Message 60988.  

Fair points, in which case I'll probably delete that bit, after I've thought about it & watched another episode of Supernatural ;).
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Message 60990 - Posted: 6 Feb 2014, 0:15:36 UTC - in response to Message 60986.  

Wow, that's a lot of stats! :)
Could you provide an average of the the 5 WU times? Aside from the last column I'm not sure what I'm looking at + it'll take sometime & I've got to east soon ;).
Oh don't worry about the pc doing 159.86 cred WUs, not comparable I'm afraid.


The numbers are:
Run time (sec) and CPU time (sec)

I provided both as I have no idea which you want.

I didn't think you really wanted the last one but it was only one more pc so decided what the heck.
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Message 60995 - Posted: 6 Feb 2014, 17:59:46 UTC - in response to Message 60990.  
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Good question, I think it's the run time that's needed, can someone confirm/deny?

Updated table & description. Removed WU times based on 2 WUs crunched at a time due to much wider WU time fluctuations.

Current GPU statistics ~ Average Time to Complete 1 213.76 credit WU :-

1. HD 7970 (GPU 950 MHz) ......................
2. HD 7970 (GPU 1000 MHz) ....................
3. HD 7950 (GPU 1100 MHz) .................... 81s (Mumak, MW forum)
4. HD 7870 XT (stock) ........................... 120s (Matt, MW forum)
5. HD 7950 (GPU 850 MHz) .................... 121s (salvordorhardin)
6. HD 6950 (stock) ................................ 176s (Icecold)
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8. HD 5850 (GPU 750 MHz) ..................... 245s (salvordorhardin)
9. HD 5850 1GB (stock) .......................... 246s (Assim1)
10. GTX 780 Ti (stock) ............................ 403s ... Linux - 395s (biodoc)
11. GTX 560 Ti 448c (GPU 880 MHz) ......... 471s (GleeM)
12. GTX 570 (stock) ............................... 520s - Linux (biodoc)
13. HD 4850, 1 GB (stock) ...................... 553s (wayliff)
14. HD 4830, 512 MB (GPU 670 MHz) ....... 615s (Assim1)
15. HD 7770 GHz ed. (GPU 1100 MHz) ...... 724s (Mumak, MW forum)
16. HD 7770 GHz ed. (stock) ................... 807s (Deerslayer)
17. GTX 660 Ti (GPU 1046 MHz) ............... 816s - Linux (biodoc)
18. GTX 560 Ti (stock) ............................ 836s (Deerslayer)
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Current CPU statistics ~ Average Time to Complete 1 213.76 credit WU :-

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OS Windows, unless otherwise stated.

Requirements for benchmark, validated 213.76 credit WUs only, average of 5 WU times*, dedicated CPU core for the GPU, please state clock speeds if overclocked (including factory o/cs) or state 'stock'. It would also be handy if you could state your BOINC & driver version & OS, incase it does make any odds.
Oh & for the benchmark please only crunch 1 WU at a time per GPU otherwise it will massively increase WU time, naturally ;) (even if it does increase output), and the WU times seem to fluctuate much more than singly crunched WU so you can't 1/2 the time either.

*I chose 5 thinking this will give a good enough average, but if you disagree LMK & LMK why :)
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Message 60996 - Posted: 6 Feb 2014, 20:14:11 UTC

Einstein is out of work so I put some gpu's here for right now...
AMD 7970 83.15 runtime average over 5 units Boinc3
AMD 7970 88.25 runtime average over 5 units Boinc14
AMD 7970 88.24 runtime average over 5 units Backup2
AMD 5870 192.22 runtime average over 5 units Boinc1

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Message 60997 - Posted: 6 Feb 2014, 20:24:40 UTC - in response to Message 60996.  

Einstein is out of work so I put some gpu's here for right now...


Einstein is only out of BRP4G, you can still crunch BRP5 (Perseus Arm) on your GPUs, there's plenty of work.
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