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Message 67587 - Posted: 9 Jun 2018, 22:59:25 UTC

anyone running a Ryzen 2200G or 2400G? just curious as to what you're getting points-wise per day

...just running 1 stick of DDR4-2400 on a 2400G and getting ~60K points per day here
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Message 67913 - Posted: 26 Nov 2018, 2:01:46 UTC - in response to Message 67587.  

I just ordered a Ryzen 3 2200G, plus a whole rig today! Once I get the components, get it assembled and up and running I will let you know.

Are you running your 2400G with other projects besides MilkyWay? I will be running a few others, and not running a separate GPU.
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Message 67915 - Posted: 29 Nov 2018, 5:08:41 UTC

...just running 1 stick of DDR4-2400 on a 2400G and getting ~60K points per day here


AMD Ryzen processors work better with high-speed RAM (3000 MHz at least). So if you change your 2400 MHz RAM with a 3000 or 3200 MHz one you'll get more points per day.
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Message 68016 - Posted: 16 Jan 2019, 17:01:45 UTC

So I have used my new Ryzen 2200G setup recently, and I am getting some problems with the integrated GPU work units. All of them seem to end in error. Is anyone else having this problem? I am running MW@H as a backup project, so I am not processing WUs consistently.

The CPU tasks, even the 4 core tasks, seem to crunch just fine.
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Message 68042 - Posted: 18 Jan 2019, 12:56:33 UTC

Have you downloaded the latest drivers for your integrated GPU?
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Message 68049 - Posted: 19 Jan 2019, 20:15:46 UTC - in response to Message 68042.  

Have you downloaded the latest drivers for your integrated GPU?

So I was running 18.12.2, and I deferred from running optional 18.12.3. However, I just checked and see that 19.1.1 is available as optional, so I installed that. I will check back and see what happens.
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Message 68071 - Posted: 27 Jan 2019, 2:07:34 UTC - in response to Message 68049.  

So this problem has been happening at Seti@Home as well. The long and short of it is that the estimated time to complete these GPU tasks is 0, which prompts the error 197 (0xc5) EXIT_TIME_LIMIT_EXCEEDED

What has been discovered so far is the calculation of the Gflops for the GPU is WAY off - by at least a factor of 1,000. This has been reported on Github and will be looked at.

So, I think the solution for now is either modify your peak gflops for the project, or simply don't crunch GPU WUs.
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Message 68115 - Posted: 8 Feb 2019, 18:31:02 UTC

Hi everyone,

I've been working with Bill in the SETI@Home thread, and we've tracked down this error to a faulty (greatly inflated) 'GFLOPS Peak' value returned to BOINC by the ATI OpenCL driver. You can see the value - about 43 ExaFLOPS, about 10,000X too big - in the opening lines of your Event Log after startup.

I've submitted a formal bug report to ATI today, and we're working urgently on a hotfix version of BOINC which will trap and subdue the wayward flops value. Watch out for further announcements.
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