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1) Message boards : Problems and Help : Radeon R9 Nano, no boinc tasks (Message 95059)
Posted 1255 days ago by boinc3@cbit
When trying to fetch BOINC work for my R9 Nano, the log returns 0 new tasks. I have done some looking around and have seen people with AMD cards use an app_info file but haven't been able to understand it or get it to work. No longer have the app_info file i was using (tried doing this about 2 months ago).
Thanks in advance for any help.
Windows 10 64-bit
updated BOINC and GPU drivers
2) Message boards : Sieving : Radeon R9 Nano, not compute capable (Message 94055)
Posted 1289 days ago by boinc3@cbit
Yea but the project list says it is compatible with AMD.

It may say that, but I never put the OpenCL code into the instructions page. And apparently nobody noticed until now. You can download all versions of tpsieve from http://www.primegrid.com/download/tpsieve-all.7z and the code you want is in the tpsieve-cl directory. I can't guarantee it will work, but the CUDA code certainly won't.

I'll see about getting links to the proper code into the instructions.

Edit: Do not use the code with "boinc" in the filename.

Thanks Jim!
Looks like it is working now, appreciate the link.
3) Message boards : Sieving : Radeon R9 Nano, not compute capable (Message 94048)
Posted 1289 days ago by boinc3@cbit
Yea but the project list says it is compatible with AMD.
4) Message boards : Sieving : Radeon R9 Nano, not compute capable (Message 94036)
Posted 1289 days ago by boinc3@cbit
http://prntscr.com/aqkmng
Just got a new AMD GPU (radeon R9 Nano), installed latest drivers.
When running the PPR12M project, i get the error in the screenshot above.
Running in Windows 10 64-bit.
PS: Also have issue in BOINC where it returns no tasks for AMD GPUs but does detect the card.
Thanks in advance for the help!
5) Message boards : Problems and Help : GPU computation cuts out (Message 91421)
Posted 1370 days ago by boinc3@cbit
The card that seems to be having the error is a GTX 650 Ti Boost. The "boost" is likely the key. The maxerr that you are getting is often a symptom of overclocking. The "boost" in that particular card is an overclocking bump over a regular 650 Ti. You should try adjusting your clocks down just a bit and see if the card will not run stably then.


Thanks Scott,
Ill try lowering my clocks, hopefully this fixes it.
6) Message boards : Problems and Help : GPU computation cuts out (Message 91419)
Posted 1370 days ago by boinc3@cbit
I have 2 nvidia based GPUs in my system. One of them works fine while the other, after about 6 minutes of running a tasks, just stops. The progress bar in BOINC stops and i have to abort the task every time. Cooling is not the issue, already checked that. And if the tasks are under 5 minutes each then they all process through fine. Running Win6 Pro, latest version of BOINC
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