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Computation error - Einstein@home

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GPU might be unstable for compute uses. It can be more stressful, or at least differently stressful than gaming. If it is factory OC (most cards are), manually remove it.

 

I have a GTX 970 like that, fine in games, but errors on compute quickly. I don't recall if it was the core or the ram that needed to be reduced since I haven't run it in a while.

Some of my einstein@home tasks fail with computation errors. What can I do about this?

 

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GPU might be unstable for compute uses. It can be more stressful, or at least differently stressful than gaming. If it is factory OC (most cards are), manually remove it.

 

I have a GTX 970 like that, fine in games, but errors on compute quickly. I don't recall if it was the core or the ram that needed to be reduced since I haven't run it in a while.

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2 hours ago, porina said:

GPU might be unstable for compute uses. It can be more stressful, or at least differently stressful than gaming. If it is factory OC (most cards are), manually remove it.

 

I have a GTX 970 like that, fine in games, but errors on compute quickly. I don't recall if it was the core or the ram that needed to be reduced since I haven't run it in a while.

Oh ok, I've taken off my overclock (+150/+450) and I will see if that is more stable now

 

Edit: it is more stable now, no errors since I removed the overclock

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