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how do i show what numa node my gpu is connected to?

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2 minutes ago, firelighter487 said:

oh ok. so it doesn't matter what node the games run on? 

It hsouldn't matter as there is a. qpi link between both of the cpus and the chipset and between the cpus. You can. still try it, but its probably very small or no difference.

i've ran lstopo, and this is what it showed me:

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i want to know what numa node my gpu (10de:100a) is connected to so i can map games to that node. how do i do that?

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2 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

1366, the cpus don't have any pcie lanes, and all the pcie lanes are from the chipses. The gpu isn't connect to a specfic cpu or a numa node. They mode the pcie controller to the cpus in the dual socket system in lga 2011

oh ok. so it doesn't matter what node the games run on? 

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2 minutes ago, firelighter487 said:

oh ok. so it doesn't matter what node the games run on? 

It hsouldn't matter as there is a. qpi link between both of the cpus and the chipset and between the cpus. You can. still try it, but its probably very small or no difference.

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