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Message 63846 - Posted: 31 Jul 2015, 21:52:02 UTC - in response to Message 63844.  
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Are you sure the simple view settings is different? I've not come across that before......

Yes, looks like it's 3 different settings instead of 2. Check it in your manager:
Simple view: Go to "Assistents" > "Settings" > "Don't use more than ... % CPU power" (or similar text, I use it in German)
Advanced view: Go to "Assistents" > "Setttings" > "CPU usage" > the 2 settings at the bottom.

If you want your CPU to crunch on all cores then set CPU usage (multiprocessor systems setting) to 100 or 0%, in advanced view.

Ah okay, changed it from 90 to 95 to finally 100 % a minute ago.

What's strange about a hexacore?

It is strange that Windows tells me that I have 12 (!) (logical) cores. How come that I don't have only 6? Are there virtual cores? I thought there is only virtual memory, but not virtual cores...

Anyway, I can use your GPU's time (145.2s) :).

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Their is something wrong with your CPU times anyway, my old C2Q @3.6 GHz does them in ~3159s, your CPU should easily beat mine.
If you look in the table you'll see a 5820k there, although it's o/ced to 4.1 GHz, your CPUs times should be fairly close to it.

Oh wait, I bet you have hyperthreading on don't you?
As per my benchmark requirements you need to turn HT off, although it does indeed improve output in most DC projects it also messes up the times.
(I guess seeing as the CPU table is small I could have times with HT on & off).

Yah. :) If you need any more stats, let me know what exactly to do step by step pease, esp. where to turn off Hyperthreading and what consequences that has for normal computer usage. :) As you can see, I'm not really into all that technical stuff... :(
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Message 63850 - Posted: 5 Aug 2015, 17:15:44 UTC - in response to Message 63846.  

AFAIK all 6 core Intel CPUs have hyperthreading, which gives a 'virtual' core for each real core, hence windows core count of 12.

Yea to keep your CPU times under the same conditions as others I'd need you to turn off hyper threading (just long enough to crunch 5 whole WUs).
I don't know for sure how to do that though, maybe in the BIOS?
As for it's affect on normal usage, well some modern games might run a little bit slower as will some video coding programs etc, other than that I doubt you'll notice! ;). But it doesn't matter anyway as you'd only be turning it off for a few hours or so.
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Message 63851 - Posted: 5 Aug 2015, 21:28:35 UTC - in response to Message 63850.  

Both Windows and Linux scheduler prioritizes physical cores use above logical cores. So don't worry.

What's "fun" is that my R280X on (GPU 1000MHz, RAM 850MHz) when computing 4 workunits at the same time have a average time (divided by amount of simultaneous workunits) of 22s per workunit.

I have yet to try 1.1GHz, however in the middle of the summer it might just be idiotic to strain cooling that much.
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Message 63852 - Posted: 6 Aug 2015, 17:02:20 UTC - in response to Message 63851.  

Nice time :D.

How hot is your GPU running at its current speed?
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Message 63853 - Posted: 6 Aug 2015, 22:39:35 UTC - in response to Message 63852.  

It's quite hot outside (up to 40 degrees C).
Card reaches 71 degrees, it could be cooler, however it's located next to my 3rd card.
Second R280X is not crunching, since it's on "top", and when stressed it can reach up to 91 degrees...
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Message 63855 - Posted: 7 Aug 2015, 14:13:56 UTC - in response to Message 63853.  

It's quite hot outside (up to 40 degrees C).
Card reaches 71 degrees, it could be cooler, however it's located next to my 3rd card.
Second R280X is not crunching, since it's on "top", and when stressed it can reach up to 91 degrees...


Today it reached 76 degrees with 93% fan speed.
It's HOT out here...
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Message 63856 - Posted: 7 Aug 2015, 16:57:13 UTC - in response to Message 63855.  
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That GPU temp is fine, very good in fact! :)
But yea the fan is near it's max speed, so probably best not to o/c it more.

You've got hot weather there! where are you?
Was mid 20's here in SE England.
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Message 63859 - Posted: 8 Aug 2015, 11:27:04 UTC - in response to Message 63856.  
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That is visible in my profile (Poland) :)
Today it's 33 degrees air temperature, and up to 43 ground temperature.
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Message 63860 - Posted: 8 Aug 2015, 16:14:52 UTC - in response to Message 63859.  

That is visible in my profile (Poland) :)
Today it's 33 degrees air temperature, and up to 43 ground temperature.


39 degrees here in germany, barely able to have my computer crunch with these temperatures.
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Message 63887 - Posted: 21 Aug 2015, 22:32:02 UTC

I have two graphics cards, 7970, two PCI slot edition of the good cooling. Which never goes above 60 degrees celzius.no thortle
but I can not get over 200k rac day. now.. use only clean win 10 edition, no other soft or browsing..
when I've watched my logs a year or more ago. and to the same card i had about 400k+ rac. + 1 similar card Ati.

so it looks like that the optimization tasks is worse.... -100k rac ,same mobo or cpu(12 core)

I find the data and put it here.
  unfortunately I do not have motherboards where i can inserted three video card, the width of two PCI slots cooling. for test.
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Message 63888 - Posted: 22 Aug 2015, 17:53:52 UTC - in response to Message 63887.  

I assume you have a spare core for each GPU?
Different grx drivers perhaps?
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Message 64026 - Posted: 23 Oct 2015, 8:20:28 UTC

hd 7970 @1052Mhz core, 1375MHz ram: 24.118s average
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Message 64027 - Posted: 23 Oct 2015, 9:03:49 UTC
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Slightly off topic sorry but can anyone explain how I can get my R9 390 crunching GPU WU's again?
I've read somewhere that I need to create a file of some type and put it in my BOINC folder??

It's killing me that MW@H GPU WU's are working with the new AMD cards.

Thank you

Edit - This was posted for Linux. I have Win7 64bit.
http://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/forum_thread.php?id=3824&postid=64004
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Message 64034 - Posted: 24 Oct 2015, 17:39:56 UTC - in response to Message 64027.  
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Hi, yea this thread is for posting benchmarking times & any questions relating to it ;), I would help anyway but I don't know the answer.
I expect you'll get an answer if you post a help thread in this forum section.

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Thx for the time :)

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Message 64141 - Posted: 2 Dec 2015, 22:04:15 UTC - in response to Message 63887.  
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Message 64142 - Posted: 2 Dec 2015, 22:13:02 UTC

Where can I find the latest instruction for running benchmarks? I may be able to get results for about 3 CPUs and about 5 Nvidia GPUs.
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Message 64144 - Posted: 3 Dec 2015, 1:22:09 UTC
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HD7950 Boost 900/1400 MHz
will overclock to 1100/1400, but not when running MW
31,2 secs

Now back to running 2 parallel, giving better throughput
58,3/2 = 29,1 secs
Doesn't vary too much, average of 18 timings, I left out 2 suspiciously fast ones (52 and 44 secs).

i5-3570 automagically overclocks to 3,6 GHz (MSI utility)
Keeping one core free for GPU tasks
Radeon 15.11.1 (Crimson)
Win7 Pro
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Message 64145 - Posted: 3 Dec 2015, 1:41:02 UTC

Benchmark instructions: http://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/forum_thread.php?id=3551&postid=63837

Basically: run some wu's, find their duration in the tasks overview in your account data, compute average runtime.

Find more results here: http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2384985
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Message 64162 - Posted: 7 Dec 2015, 17:33:31 UTC
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Thx for answering Kwartet & for your time :).

robertmiles
Benchmark requirements haven't changed much since the start of this thread, that said the latest instructions can be found at this AnandTech 'sister' thread http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2384985, along with the latest table.
Probably about time I posted an update here really ;).

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Remember, all links are borked by this forum!

So please share your new scores for old & new GPUs & CPUs alike!

Please note new requirements for the benchmark :-

Validated 106.88 credit WUs only & must be from the MilkyWay@Home v1.0x app (the separation mod fit ones are slower. ~20s on my HD 5850 @850 MHz).

Average of 5 WU times (not cherry picked please! ;)).

A dedicated CPU core for each GPU.

Please state clock speeds if overclocked (including factory overclocks) or state 'stock'.

Please only crunch 1 WU at a time per GPU, otherwise it will massively increase WU time! (even if it does increase output, the WU times seem to fluctuate much more than singly crunched WUs so you can't 1/2 the time either).
I've decided to relent a bit on this, but only for the GTX Titan as it can't achieve anywhere near full load with just 1WU, I will add a proviso stating this by each Titan's score (which will be derived from x number of WUs be crunched at once).

For CPUs you'll want to crunch 1 WU per real core, I'm now taking CPU times with Hyper Threading on too.

It would also be handy if you could state your BOINC & driver version & OS, incase it does make any odds.


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Current GPU statistics ~ Average Run Time to Complete 1 MW v1.02 106.88 credit WU :-

HD 7970 (GPU 1200 MHz, RAM 1550 MHz) .............. 21.3s ... tictoc (Win 7)
R9 280X (GPU 1185 MHz, RAM 1600 MHz) .............. 23s ...... DutchDK
R9 280X (GPU 1125 MHz, RAM 975 MHz) ................ 23.1s ... Arivald Ha'gel
R9 280X (GPU 1100 MHz, RAM 1500 MHz) .............. 23.12s . TennesseeTony (Cat 15.7)
R9 280X (GPU 1180 MHz, RAM 1550 MHz) .............. 23.13s . khrylxtko
R9 280X (GPU 1100 MHz, RAM 1500 MHz) .............. 23.5s ... TennesseeTony (Cat 14.9)
HD 7970 (GPU 1200 MHz, 1550 MHz) ..................... 23.7s ... tictoc (Win 10, also a different PC)
R9 280X (GPU 1100 MHz, RAM 950 MHz) ................ 24.1s ... Arivald Ha'gel
HD 7950 (GPU 1188 MHz, RAM 1250 MHz) .............. 24.1s ... GLeeM
HD 7970 (GPU 1052 MHz, RAM 1375 MHz) .............. 24.12s .. blub
HD 7970 GE (GPU 1000 MHz, RAM u/c 1375 MHz) .... 25s ...... DrPop
R9 280X (GPU 1070 MHz, RAM 1600 MHz) .............. 25s ...... WES
GTX Titan Black (stock) ...................................... *25.2s ... Sebastian *Time derived from running 8 WUs at once - under discussion, see Milkyway forum new benchmark thread linked below.
HD 7950 (GPU 1080 MHz, RAM 1250 MHz) .............. 27s ...... DR4GOON
HD 7950 (GPU 1000 MHz, RAM 1250 MHz) .............. 28.1s ... GLeeM
HD 7950 (GPU 1050 MHz, RAM 1250 MHz) .............. 29s ..... DR4GOON
HD 7950 (GPU 925 MHz, RAM 1250 MHz) ............... 31.2s ... salvorhardin
HD 7950 Boost (GPU 900 MHz, RAM 1400 MHz) ...... 31.2s ... Kwartet!
HD 7950 (GPU 900 MHz) ...................................... 33s ...... Tom*
HD 6950 (bios unlocked to 6970, GPU 1000 MHz) .... 34s ..... khryl
HD 7870 XT Boost (GPU 975 MHz, RAM 1500 MHz) .. 34.1s ... kozicka
HD 7950 (stock) .................................................. 39.8s ... Rudy Toody
R9 390 (GPU 1015 MHz, RAM 1500 MHz) ................ 41.5s ... salvorhardin
HD 6950 (bios unlocked to 6970, GPU 820 MHz) ...... 42s ...... khryl
HD 7950 (stock) .................................................. 42.8s ... wayliff
HD 5970 (GPU 900 MHz, RAM 1200 MHz) ................ 43.7s ... superpower (dual GPU card)
HD 5870 (GPU 850 MHz, RAM u/c 600 MHz) ............ 46.2s ... swiftmallard
HD 5850 (GPU 850 MHz, RAM u/c 500 MHz) ............ 51s ..... Assimilator1
HD 5970 (GPU 735 MHz, RAM 1010) ...................... 52.6s ... superpower (dual GPU card)
HD 5850 (stock) .................................................. 60s ..... Assimilator1
GTX 580 (GPU 815 MHz, RAM 1025 MHz) ............... 114s ..... Sebastian
HD 4850 (stock) ................................................. 121s .... TennesseeTony
GTX 980 (GPU 1417 MHz, RAM 6000 MHz) ............. 130s .... Biodoc (Linux)
HD 7850 (GPU 1030 MHz, RAM 1200 MHz) ............. 139s ... usao
GTX 980 (stock) ................................................. 145s ... Cookiemonsta (time in post wrongly labelled as 'Calculation of CPU')
GTX 780 Ti (GPU 1084-1111MHz, RAM 6800 MHz) ... 157s ... DR4GOON
HD 4830 (stock) ................................................. 161s .... TLS
GTX 970 (GPU 1114-1253 MHz) ........................... 165s .... Orange Kid
GTX 560 Ti (stock) ............................................. 252s .... zzuupp
R9 m275 (stock) ................................................ 290s .... waffleironhead
GTX 460 (GPU 763 MHz, RAM 950 MHz) ................ 292s .... Sebastian
GTX 680 (GPU Boost 1070-1080 MHz) ................... 343s ... Sebastian (only 55% GPU load)
GTX 670 (stock) ................................................. 363s .... zzuupp
GTX 660ti (GPU Boosts to 1058) ........................... 384s .... Sebastian (only 50% GPU load)
GTX 690 (stock) ................................................. 394s .... S@NL - JBG (dual GPU card)
GTX 750 Ti (stock) ............................................. 445s ..... TLS
GTX 260 c216 (stock) ......................................... 454s ..... Assimilator1
GT 610 (stock) ................................................. 1827s .... M0CZY

Current CPU statistics ~ Average CPU Time to Complete 1 MW v1.0x 106.88 credit WU :-

Intel i7-5820K (o/c 4.1 GHz) ............................... 2055s ... TennesseeTony
Intel Xeon E5-2695 v3 (o/c 2.8 GHz) .................... 3017s ... TenneseeTony
Intel C2Q Q9550 (o/c 3.6 GHz, 424 MHz FSB) ....... 3159s ... Assimilator1
Intel Xeon X5570 (Turboing to 3.2 GHz) ............... 3376s ... DutchDK
Intel Xeon X5650 (o/c 4.1 GHz) ........................... 4130s ... DR4GOON
AMD Phenom 940 (3 GHz) .................................. 4680s ... TLS
Intel i7-4702MQ @2.2GHz, (HT on) ...................... 6245s ... Maxwell
AMD X2 4600 (2.4 GHz) ...................................... 9780s ... TLS

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Further info.

For reference, link to my 1st MW benchmark thread.
New thread at the Milky Way forums & the KWSN forum.
Threaded added to SETI.USA forum

Stock clocks for some of the above o/ced graphic cards, source Wiki (GPU/RAM MHz):-

HD 5850 ...................... 725/1000
HD 5870 ...................... 850/1200
HD 5970 ...................... 725/1000 (dual GPU)
HD 6950 ...................... 800/1250
HD 6970 ...................... 880/1375
HD 7870 XT ................. 925-975/1500
HD 7950 ...................... 800/1250
HD 7950 Boost ............. 850-925/1250
HD 7970 ...................... 925/1375
HD 7970 GE ................. 1000-1050/1500
R9 280 ........................ 827-933/1250
R9 280X ...................... 850-1000/1500
R9 380X ...................... 970/5700 MT/s (wth is that?? lol)
R9 390 ........................ >1000/6000 MT/s
R9 390X ...................... >1050/6000 MT/s
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Message 64426 - Posted: 27 Mar 2016, 2:51:26 UTC

My GTX Titan Black @ 990mhz 23.4s; running eight work units at a time.
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