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1) Message boards : Problems and Help : Can you hide that BOINC Manager is running? (Message 128825)
Posted 62 days ago by Profile AzmodesProject donor
Company policies and job stuff aside, it should simply be common courtesy to ask for permission and not "Borg" (to use a term I've seen around the BOINCsphere) computers like that. You're basically stealing electricity and damaging BOINC's reputation.
2) Message boards : Problems and Help : Selecting which GPU to use (Message 128555)
Posted 75 days ago by Profile AzmodesProject donor
Correct. Under
<options></options>
3) Message boards : Problems and Help : Selecting which GPU to use (Message 128542)
Posted 76 days ago by Profile AzmodesProject donor
Nah, that can be done with some config file magic:

<exclude_gpu> <url>http://www.primegrid.com/</url> <device_num>0</device_num> <app>pps_sr2sieve</app> </exclude_gpu> <exclude_gpu> <url>http://www.primegrid.com/</url> <device_num>1</device_num> <app>genefer17mega</app> </exclude_gpu>
4) Message boards : Number crunching : how many gpus do you have and the model (Message 128474)
Posted 80 days ago by Profile AzmodesProject donor
Team Green:

RTX: (mostly used for manual sieving because of Turing's stellar performance there)
2080
2070 Founder's Edition

GTX: (all of them are usually crunching GPUGrid nowadays, except for the 1660 Ti, which also does msieving; currently crunching the new NumberFields GPU app)
1660 Ti
1080 Ti
1070 Ti
1060 6GB
1060 3GB (I have two of these in my main machine, one connected to the screen and msieving. This is so I can quickly put it on hold for gaming and stuff without having to shut down all other crunching components along with it. It's a shame the client doesn't allow exclusive apps for specific devices only.)
980
970
960
1030 (2x)


Team Red: (owing to their great DP FLOPS, these are all running MilkyWay and rarely get used for PG, unless it's a GPU challenge)

HD 7970
R9 280X (3x)


I also have a GTX 740, an 8400 GS and an HD 5750 lying around, a 8600 in an old headless laptop and a 750 Ti I lent to a friend. And a 7990 that's unfortunately broken.
5) Message boards : Sieving : RTX 2080 Sieving Performance (Message 128367)
Posted 83 days ago by Profile AzmodesProject donor
Quite nice, thank you for sharing. Is that with or without the w1 parameter?

You might be able to get a couple dozen more P/day out of it on Windows if you're running two at the same time. At least that's how it is for my non-Ti 2080 on Windows 10, with one task there are some load fluctuations even at B13, two solve that and improve throughput a bit.
6) Message boards : Sieving : RTX 2080 Sieving Performance (Message 128355)
Posted 84 days ago by Profile AzmodesProject donor
http://www.primegrid.com/sieving_intro.php
7) Message boards : Number crunching : Badges III (Message 127868)
Posted 101 days ago by Profile AzmodesProject donor
I don't normally post here, but pretty proud of this one:

8) Message boards : Seventeen or Bust : Typical run time on i7 6700k (Message 127851)
Posted 101 days ago by Profile AzmodesProject donor
Got some numbers here, achieved with testing 21181*2^29836592+1 directly on the LLR program:

HT on:
1x7-core, +GPUGrid +msieving: 18,3 h
1x7-core, -GPUGrid +msieving: 17,8 h
1x7-core, -GPUGrid -msieving: 17,6 h

HT off:
1x7-core, +GPUGrid +msieving: 17,7 h
1x7-core, -GPUGrid +msieving: 17,3 h
1x7-core, -GPUGrid -msieving: 16,9 h
9) Message boards : Sieving : RTX 2080 Sieving Performance (Message 127785)
Posted 104 days ago by Profile AzmodesProject donor
Do we have any proud owners of a 2080 Ti here willing to post some P/day numbers?
10) Message boards : Number crunching : GTX 1660 Ti performance (Message 127747)
Posted 105 days ago by Profile AzmodesProject donor
I finally figured out how to manipulate GPU clocks in Linux. Without touching voltages, I pushed the 1660 Ti to 450 P/day with +150 on the core and -2000 on memory (memory clocks don't matter for sieving and reducing them can help with heat/power consumption).

That's 1,935,000 credit per day.


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