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Message 74024 - Posted: 3 Aug 2022, 1:33:48 UTC
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im in the country on 2grids they switch alot , so ofcourse my pc crashes, ive lowered my overclock ALL CORE ryzen 9 5950x to
CLOCK RATIO *44.25
CPU VOLT *1.244v
ENABLE S.A.M (SMART ACCESS MEMORY with amd 6000 series gpu) in bios make sure bios version is up to date
turn CSM SUPPORT *DISABLED
turn ABOVE 4G DECODING *ENABLED
turn RE-SIZE BAR SUPPORT *AUTO

in AMD GPU driver under GRAPHICS sub/ ADVANCED (latest driver version)
turn *OPENGL TRIPPLE BUFFERING *ENABLED
turn on S.A.M in AMD driver
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Message 74069 - Posted: 16 Aug 2022, 19:10:59 UTC

check this out my pc is the quicker one REGARDS WU'S WHAT IS 'MT'
Workunit 554802969
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Message 74072 - Posted: 17 Aug 2022, 18:25:38 UTC - in response to Message 74069.  

check this out my pc is the quicker one REGARDS WU'S WHAT IS 'MT'
Workunit 554802969 you are sho
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Wow. Did the credits for n body go up?? You are showing 913. I usually got about 27 or so. Haven't run n body in a while. MT is multi-thread. https://www.techtarget.com/whatis/definition/multithreading
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Message 74073 - Posted: 17 Aug 2022, 19:21:40 UTC
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I had one run for 43 hours of CPU time on three cpu`s, I thought it was a dud but let it run anyway (no longer in the database - 12 august ) that got 2266 credits
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Message 74074 - Posted: 17 Aug 2022, 19:39:47 UTC - in response to Message 74024.  

I'm in a country on 2 grids, they switch a lot , so of course my pc crashes, I've lowered my overclock ALL CORE ryzen 9 5950x to
CLOCK RATIO *44.25
CPU VOLT *1.244v
ENABLE S.A.M (SMART ACCESS MEMORY with amd 6000 series gpu) in bios make sure bios version is up to date
turn CSM SUPPORT *DISABLED
turn ABOVE 4G DECODING *ENABLED
turn RE-SIZE BAR SUPPORT *AUTO

in AMD GPU driver under GRAPHICS sub/ ADVANCED (latest driver version)
turn *OPENGL TRIPLE BUFFERING *ENABLED
turn on S.A.M in AMD driver

You didn't mention power cuts earlier :p, that could explain it then! ;)
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Message 74101 - Posted: 26 Aug 2022, 10:41:25 UTC
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y'all quick check-out cpu stats for AMD Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core Processor [Family 23 Model 113 Stepping 0] 5,539.06 - GFLOPs/computer //averages cores 876.80 april has past but nice ?
5th from list https://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/cpu_list.php
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Message 74104 - Posted: 26 Aug 2022, 20:55:18 UTC - in response to Message 74101.  
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y'all quick check-out cpu stats for AMD Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core Processor [Family 23 Model 113 Stepping 0] 5,539.06 - GFLOPs/computer //averages cores 876.80 april has past but nice ?
5th from list https://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/cpu_list.php


Huh? What do you mean by 'april has past but nice?' ? lol
Anyway, seems to be a popular CPU! :) Not that makes it (or any consumer CPU) any good for crunching MW though.
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Message 74105 - Posted: 27 Aug 2022, 1:09:35 UTC

check the stats for Avg. cores and GFLOPs/computer
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Message 74129 - Posted: 5 Sep 2022, 23:46:58 UTC - in response to Message 74105.  

its been fixed :)
check the stats for Avg. cores and GFLOPs/computer

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Message 74410 - Posted: 10 Oct 2022, 23:48:40 UTC

Anybody using a Firepro S9150? Ebay has a few for $80 now. Or an S9170?

Theoretical performance is 2534 Gflops. My R9 280x is 1178, or about 1/2 as much.

Given as much cpu as is needed to keep it running full load, can I get 2X the work of the R9 280x(1 WU every 30 seconds)?

Also, TDP is slightly less for the S9150.
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Message 74414 - Posted: 11 Oct 2022, 8:36:20 UTC - in response to Message 74410.  
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I've looked at them but my system isn't very expandable when it comes to PCIe slots. If your system(s) can accommodate them and you can find a good deal, try them. I'm a fan of R9 280X given that it can be had for very cheap if one is patient on eBay. It has at least 4 times the throughput of a 3060Ti that came with my system.

The real power of these 1+TB FP64 cards is being able to run many tasks simultaneously. R9 280X produces best throughput when running 4 to 5 tasks concurrently. I'd definitely be comfortable testing how 8-10 concurrent tasks does on those FirePros.
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Message 74478 - Posted: 17 Oct 2022, 23:21:23 UTC
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Not sure how useful this tidbit of information is to the thread, but I shall post it anyways. I run CPU only on a fairly slow Xeon and it shares runtime with 4 other tasks split evenly across the threads. I went and did some averaging of processed runtimes (~133 tasks averaged), both Total and CPU, and it comes out to an average Total runtime of 10,856.8 seconds, and an average CPU runtime of 10810.2 seconds, rounded to the closest tenth. All tasks are of the Separation 1.46 application, no N-Body.

The CPU in question is a E5-2650L V4 (14C/28T), and with all threads loaded it runs into the power limit (65W) and thus pulls the clocks back to about 1.7ghz to maintain that limit. The CPU is sharing runtime with Yoyo, Einstein, and Primegrid evenly. No GPU for heat reasons.
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Message 74607 - Posted: 31 Oct 2022, 14:17:57 UTC
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This might look like a message from the past, but anyway... ;-)

Computer 803270
OS: Windows 10 x64
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E7300
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 275 (896MB), driver version 342.01

Averages for Milkyway@home Separation v1.46 (opencl_nvidia_101) windows_x86_64 application, i.e. GPU tasks.

Average for 227.11 credits WUs: 562.06 seconds (14 WUs).
Average for 227.14 credits WUs: 573.23 seconds (9 WUs).
Average for 227.15 credits WUs: 573.47 seconds (2 WUs).
Average for 228.26 credits WUs: 572.70 seconds (4 WUs).
Average for 228.83 credits WUs: 571.84 seconds (12 WUs).
Average for 228.84 credits WUs: 558.42 seconds (6 WUs).
Average for 229.39 credits WUs: 566.23 seconds (3 WUs).
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Message 74699 - Posted: 24 Nov 2022, 0:58:59 UTC

Teammate with a Titan V running the libsleep library from Einstein on the host to pick up some more speed.

https://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/show_host_detail.php?hostid=960103

8X Separation tasks concurrent at 3.5 seconds each task runtime.

https://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/results.php?hostid=960103&offset=0&show_names=0&state=4&appid=
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Message 74796 - Posted: 14 Dec 2022, 1:05:33 UTC
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Radeon Pro VII (fp64 6.5TFlop)
https://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/show_host_detail.php?hostid=963499

(no optimization - stock)
4x concurrent separation tasks take 27-35sec
1x separation task takes 10-15sec
https://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/workunit.php?wuid=697037061
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Message 74811 - Posted: 16 Dec 2022, 21:52:11 UTC

my boinc playlist gpu calculations all videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYVW9oA9yWk&list=PL_r97NUMjf7x4TgZT3bwQYL8KV_Vbo2J8
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Message 74852 - Posted: 23 Dec 2022, 16:29:54 UTC

From my performance app
There are 4 GPUs, units are minutes
Dev#   WU count  Avg and Std of avg
GPU0 WUs:327 -Stats- Avg:2.9(0.40)
GPU1 WUs:415 -Stats- Avg:2.3(0.31)
GPU2 WUs:329 -Stats- Avg:2.9(0.41)
GPU3 WUs:864 -Stats- Avg:0.8(0.10)


GPU0 & GPU2: AMD S9000
GPU1: AMD S9100
GPU3: AMD VII

All times are for 4 concurrent work units so 0.8 minutes is 0.8 * 60 /4 = 12 seconds for AMD VII
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Message 74853 - Posted: 25 Dec 2022, 22:21:34 UTC - in response to Message 74852.  

From my performance app
There are 4 GPUs, units are minutes
Dev#   WU count  Avg and Std of avg
GPU0 WUs:327 -Stats- Avg:2.9(0.40)
GPU1 WUs:415 -Stats- Avg:2.3(0.31)
GPU2 WUs:329 -Stats- Avg:2.9(0.41)
GPU3 WUs:864 -Stats- Avg:0.8(0.10)


GPU0 & GPU2: AMD S9000
GPU1: AMD S9100
GPU3: AMD VII

All times are for 4 concurrent work units so 0.8 minutes is 0.8 * 60 /4 = 12 seconds for AMD VII
Nice. What is the power draw for each of these?
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Message 74854 - Posted: 26 Dec 2022, 0:52:09 UTC - in response to Message 74853.  
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Avg of 1045 watts on a 220v circuit for
Below stats are for 4 concurrent work units per device.
I plan on removing the S9000s. Right now, using the system to help keep warm.

GPU4: VII
GPU1: S9150
GPU3: S9100
2&0: pair of s9000 (same as HD-7950 but have a single DisplayPort). They have fans but take 2.5 slots. They also work fine on non-UEFI motherboards.
The S91xx do not have video out so not to useful except for boinc.
Unaccountably, I cannot use AMD VII on a riser running BOINC but no such problem when mining. I would rather add a 2nd VII than obtain a pair of S9150

There are 5 GPUs, units are minutes
Dev#   WU count  Avg and Std of avg
GPU0 WUs:2,740 -Stats- Avg:2.9(0.59)
GPU1 WUs:4,134 -Stats- Avg:1.9(0.43)
GPU2 WUs:3,155 -Stats- Avg:2.5(0.57)
GPU3 WUs:3,613 -Stats- Avg:2.2(0.77)
GPU4 WUs:8,496 -Stats- Avg:0.8(0.11)

Work Units Attempted: 22360
Work Units Completed: 22138


All previously owned, bought on eBay.
A pair of S9150 has the same work unit production as a single ViI and cost the same on ebay : 2*150 = $300

Start time 12/25/2022 11:18:29 AM
Stop  time 12/25/2022 6:18:53 PM
Elapsed secs(includes down time): 25,338
Most minutes between tasks: 1.53
Number Work Units: 4781
Work units per second(system): 0.1887
Calc secs per work unit per devices: 26
Secs per work unit this system: 5
Credits/sec (one device): 8.64
Credits/sec (system): 43.21
System Daily Avg: 3,733,323.6
Avg work units per day:16,302.7
Credits per watt:3,572.6
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Message 74856 - Posted: 26 Dec 2022, 16:09:15 UTC - in response to Message 74854.  

Interesting. I just purchased an S9150 on ebay for $68 plus shipping, and was wondering what the power draw for that particular unit was. I expect to put it in play in a few weeks here. The hope is to 2x my sapphire toxic r9 280x, which chunks out 1 every 30 seconds, with an average power of 175 watts total. It looks like yours gets 1 every 28 seconds. Have I got that right? If so, can it be pushed harder? Say to 1 every 15 seconds?
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