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GPU's utilization is only at 2% while folding

5 minutes ago, monyy47 said:

So my CPU is at 90-100% ,however my gpu is only at 2 even though i've set the workload to full. Is there a way to use the gpu more?

Are you using Task Manager to see this usage?

Be sure to set the graph to CUDA (Nvidia) or one of the Compute tabs (AMD), to see F@H usage.

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P.S. make sure you have 2 threads not assigned to your CPU slot, because those are needed for your videocard and OS

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So my CPU is at 90-100% ,however my gpu is only at 2 even though i've set the workload to full. Is there a way to use the gpu more?

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5 minutes ago, monyy47 said:

So my CPU is at 90-100% ,however my gpu is only at 2 even though i've set the workload to full. Is there a way to use the gpu more?

Are you using Task Manager to see this usage?

Be sure to set the graph to CUDA (Nvidia) or one of the Compute tabs (AMD), to see F@H usage.

image.png.302a6c52cc4bc439ea9772ddfe974791.png

 

P.S. make sure you have 2 threads not assigned to your CPU slot, because those are needed for your videocard and OS


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2 minutes ago, minibois said:

Are you using Task Manager to see this usage?

Be sure to set the graph to CUDA (Nvidia) or one of the Compute tabs (AMD), to see F@H usage.

image.png.302a6c52cc4bc439ea9772ddfe974791.png

 

P.S. make sure you have 2 threads not assigned to your CPU slot, because those are needed for your videocard and OS

Yup thanks changed it to compute 1 and it now shows how much it's actually using

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nah task manager is riddled by bugs, use something like GPU-Z, that is a much better tool


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