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4 hours ago, wall03 said:

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What?! I usuallu get ~400k/day, not 1.15M!

 

Well, we'll see how it goes today. Need to get that 25M before the end of the year

You probably got awarded with lost points that were your all along but weren't awarded at the time. 

 

OR, someone folded for you ;).

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Honestly, I forgot to check. I've only done 8 mil because I forget to leave the dang PC on to run. 

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Well, it looks like my R9 280 that has been limping along on 1 out of 2 fans is trying to keel over for good. It all of the sudden wants to creep it's temp up past 100 no matter what I do. I'm looking for a cheep/used card to replace it with. Thinking a GTX 970 or 1060 might be a good spot. Something at or below $100. I was hoping to get a bit more life out of the R9 before it crapped out on me :(

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Oh jeez I'm not been here for a few days. You guys are awesome though. We gotta keep it up and we will smash Curecoin and take the real number one spot! 

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1 hour ago, Captainmarino said:

Well, it looks like my R9 280 that has been limping along on 1 out of 2 fans is trying to keel over for good. It all of the sudden wants to creep it's temp up past 100 no matter what I do. I'm looking for a cheep/used card to replace it with. Thinking a GTX 970 or 1060 might be a good spot. Something at or below $100. I was hoping to get a bit more life out of the R9 before it crapped out on me :(

Re-paste it? Stick case fans on it?

 

I have 2 80x15mm fans on my P106-100 because it came without fans or shroud, they're held with screws jammed into the fins. I have a GTX 650 (not folding) that the original fan lost a blade on, so I shucked the whole fan/shroud and zip-tied a 92x15mm case fan to it. Both cards run cool and quiet this way, the GTX 650 runs cooler than it ever did before, the P106 I don't have a previous referenced for. What is nice though, on the P106 I used a video card to case fan adapter. If I wanted, I could connect the fans to the motherboard or an external fan controller for manual control to run them at a set speed or whatever since they're standard fans. The 650 had a weird connector so I just soldered/heat shrunk.

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On 12/5/2020 at 11:31 AM, LazyDev said:

Welcome!

 

GPU's are far more efficient at folding. For example, the RTX 2080 Super can do at least 2.7M points per day. CPU folding on the other hand, is far slower, as shown from Lar_systems's database, https://folding.lar.systems/cpu_ppd/overall_ranks. Some GPU's are becoming obsolete, so again, you can look at the lar_system's database to find a suitable  GPU if you wish to give your contributions a boost. The RTX 2060 at this time has the best points per watt consumed, but as the new 3000 series comes out, that may change.

 

Bare in mind, using a GPU for folding, you have to watch out for the PCIe bandwidth, as the a CPU thread is also used for calculations for the GPU, so at least 1 thread is required (For Nvidia GPU's).

 

As for the badges, all the information that you need to know is on this thread, 

 

Thank you! I've been a long time viewer (Watched probably half or so of the videos), but just decided to take the plunge.

 

Why are GPUs more so much more efficient than CPUs in this case? I've seen the F@H viewer, but I have no idea what F@H actually does other than max out your hardware and that it's good for contributing to society/science. Is it because it's actually a GPU process being translating into a CPU process as more people have CPUs than dedicated GPUs? I like to know the 'why' behind things. Haha.

 

I was getting ready to go for a 2060 SUPER, but I'm not sure. The prices of everything are nuts, so I might hold off for a bit. That 3090 though is insane. It does more in 6 hours then I've done in almost 6 months (I took the 200,000 out that my MBP did in 2 hours). Woah....

 

Lar Systems did a great job with that website. I also really like the extremeoverclocking.com folding subdomain website as well. Very cool! Both these I found here in the LTT Forums.

 

I'm not sure how threads work in a CPU. I've been researching it, but don't fully understand it quite yet. I thought PCIe that if you had (usually) 16x lanes for your GPU, you'd be fine on bandwidth. Is that incorrect?

 

I'll make sure to check out that thread you linked. Thank you!

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26 minutes ago, Happiness_is_Key said:

Why are GPUs more so much more efficient than CPUs in this case? I've seen the F@H viewer, but I have no idea what F@H actually does other than max out your hardware and that it's good for contributing to society/science. Is it because it's actually a GPU process being translating into a CPU process as more people have CPUs than dedicated GPUs? I like to know the 'why' behind things. Haha.

From what I understand, GPUs are much better at smaller tasks and folding is a lot of small things. That's why CPUs give lower points; they aren't as efficient. As for what folding is, it's simulating folding proteins. It's just your computer doing this or that, and seeing what happens. I'm not too sure on the specifics, so I don't know much else from that. 

Also, welcome to the forums and the folding team. Always nice to get new people :D

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1 hour ago, Happiness_is_Key said:

I'm not sure how threads work in a CPU. I've been researching it, but don't fully understand it quite yet. I thought PCIe that if you had (usually) 16x lanes for your GPU, you'd be fine on bandwidth. Is that incorrect?

The more threads you are able to throw at a single work unit, the quicker the work unit can be processed.

 

In terms of the PCIe bandwidth, four lanes is typical sufficient. For example, I have a bifurcation card on my 16 lane slot, which has allowed me (Via the motherboard bifurcation support) to chain four GPU's onto one slot.

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From what I understand, GPUs are much better at smaller tasks and folding is a lot of small things. That's why CPUs give lower points; they aren't as efficient.

 

Ah, that makes sense. That looks like a big margin for efficiency according to folding.lar.systems if you compare the two (yes, I do know those are based on user stats).

On 12/6/2020 at 11:19 PM, piratemonkey said:

As for what folding is, it's simulating folding proteins. It's just your computer doing this or that, and seeing what happens. I'm not too sure on the specifics, so I don't know much else from that. 

 

Okay, that's what I've heard as well. I do wonder what the success rate of that is meaning how many of the projects turn into something rather than eliminating something. To be clear, I'm don't mean to be critiquing anything. I just like to know how things work.

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Also, welcome to the forums and the folding team. Always nice to get new people :D

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1 hour ago, LazyDev said:

The more threads you are able to throw at a single work unit, the quicker the work unit can be processed.

 

Yes, thank you. I should've been more clear, my apologies. I do know what a CPU core is, but I'm not sure how CPU threads work. I know that it's normally double the cores (8 cores = 16 threads), but I'm aware as of why that is.

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In terms of the PCIe bandwidth, four lanes is typical sufficient. For example, I have a bifurcation card on my 16 lane slot, which has allowed me (Via the motherboard bifurcation support) to chain four GPU's onto one slot.

 

It looks like I need to do some reading on that, but I understand the general idea. That's super cool! You must have a big case/server, or it must not be in one. Haha. So GPUs are generally only x4 lanes? For example, my AMD 560X uses x8 lanes. What's that based off of?

 

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Just now, Happiness_is_Key said:

It looks like I need to do some reading on that, but I understand the general idea. That's super cool! You must have a big case/server, or it must not be in one. Haha. So GPUs are generally only x4 lanes? For example, my AMD 560X uses x8 lanes. What's that based off of?

GPU's come with 16 lanes by factory. However, they will only use the lanes that have been given, either by software (Bios) or by the connector/adapter that they're plugged into.

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36 minutes ago, Happiness_is_Key said:

Okay, that's what I've heard as well. I do wonder what the success rate of that is meaning how many of the projects turn into something rather than eliminating something. To be clear, I'm don't mean to be critiquing anything. I just like to know how things work.

I think (not too sure) fah helped create the spike model for covid19. Relatively speaking, folding is new (created around the start of 2010s maybe) so the results that may have come from it are probably not fully realized yet. I'm not aware of any other big results that have come folding. But, it is worth noting that the network was faster than the fastest supercomputer at its peak this year (around March; when the call to fold was put out by LTT, Nvidia etc.). It has since fallen quite a bit, but it's still really fast. Like one of the fastest computing projects. I'm sure further understanding of diseases and ailments bring researched will be realized. Several universities afaik use the network after all. And don't worry about offending anyone. Even if you do, it's for a good reason. 

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31 minutes ago, Happiness_is_Key said:

 

Ah, that makes sense. That looks like a big margin for efficiency according to folding.lar.systems if you compare the two (yes, I do know those are based on user stats).

 

Okay, that's what I've heard as well. I do wonder what the success rate of that is meaning how many of the projects turn into something rather than eliminating something. To be clear, I'm don't mean to be critiquing anything. I just like to know how things work.

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Welcome! It's super impressive that you've managed to score ~2 million points via just CPU folding. I was in a similar range when I resumed folding last year - my laptop's GPU only made 35k PPD running 24/7, and it seemed like even a million points would be practically undoable(I found it hard to sleep at night with the fan whine). But here I am now, having contributed just over 100 million points to the cause. :)

 

I'm a bit rusty on the topic, but I believe all the projects turn into something as the scientists only create projects based on compounds they need to predict and filter prior to experimental validation. I heard from a friend who works in the field that waiting for computers to finish processing is one of the bigger delays in such research, so they have a clear incentive to send WUs of the highest priority first.

 

For a single graphics card(like the 2060 Super you're considering), the no. of PCI-e lanes discussion isn't really relevant. Higher lanes means faster speeds/more bandwidth. One lane of PCI-e 3.0 can transfer data at upto 8 GT/s, so 4x can do 32GT/s, 16x can do 128GT/s, etc. It needs to be higher than 4x, yes, but there's no reason for you to set it to anything lower than the factory-default 16x. Lowering that may handicap your performance in other applications, such as gaming, anyway. These details are important when you're trying to create a machine with more GPUs than there are (high-speed) PCI-e slots, such as @LazyDev's F@h build. 

 

CPUs that have hyper-threading enabled have 2 threads for every CPU core, but a 2C/4T CPU isn't the same as having 4 actual cores. I believe the difference is that the extra threads can't all do floating point calculations at the same time, but the end difference is that the performance gain with HT on is around 30-40% compared to that with HT off for a workload where a CPU with 2x the cores would be roughly 2x faster. 

 

 

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On 12/3/2020 at 8:19 AM, TVwazhere said:

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Same, apart from my own excursions it's perfectly flat...

 

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3 hours ago, Juggy said:

@LAR_SystemsI cannot seem to find your Chrome plugin in the web store anymore. I get the below error when clicking through from your website

 

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Google has changed the way they review the extension sometime around 12AM EST today and therefore I have to resubmit it updated.

 

It has to do with the CPU tracking feature, they are suggesting the app does not use the CPU permission, and you can't have an app that asks for permissions it does not use... meanwhile it showing CPU names, logical processors and their PPD suggests otherwise.

I assume it's a matter of review automation not being able to tell how it's used, and it's hopefully resolved quickly.


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Back on track

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I know there was some talk that F@H was trying to improve on the work servers giving specific GPUs WUs they are best suited for.

Wonder if this is that given the consistency. 

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3 hours ago, LAR_Systems said:

Google has changed the way they review the extension sometime around 12AM EST today and therefore I have to resubmit it updated.

 

It has to do with the CPU tracking feature, they are suggesting the app does not use the CPU permission, and you can't have an app that asks for permissions it does not use... meanwhile it showing CPU names, logical processors and their PPD suggests otherwise.

I assume it's a matter of review automation not being able to tell how it's used, and it's hopefully resolved quickly.


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On 12/7/2020 at 12:51 AM, LazyDev said:

GPU's come with 16 lanes by factory. However, they will only use the lanes that have been given, either by software (Bios) or by the connector/adapter that they're plugged into.

 

Ah, okay. That's news to me. I suppose that limits how much performance you can get out of them. Good to know! Thank you!

On 12/7/2020 at 1:18 AM, piratemonkey said:

I think (not too sure) fah helped create the spike model for covid19. Relatively speaking, folding is new (created around the start of 2010s maybe) so the results that may have come from it are probably not fully realized yet. I'm not aware of any other big results that have come folding.

 

That's neat. Yes, understood. I just want to make sure that the efforts are going toward something that benefits something rather than consuming a lot of electricity and computer resources for just points (no offense Bitcoin people 🙃). While that is fun, I'd rather help people with my resources. That's the only reason why I ask.

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But, it is worth noting that the network was faster than the fastest supercomputer at its peak this year (around March; when the call to fold was put out by LTT, Nvidia etc.). It has since fallen quite a bit, but it's still really fast. Like one of the fastest computing projects. I'm sure further understanding of diseases and ailments bring researched will be realized. Several universities afaik use the network after all. And don't worry about offending anyone. Even if you do, it's for a good reason. 

 

I heard about that! That was pretty cool and a great accomplishment. Once again, me just wanting to make sure part of my paycheck (electricity bill) and computer resources are being put to good use.... that's all. Overall, it's an amazing accomplishment that this is something that helps and all you need is a computer as every little bit helps as long as you get it done before the WU expires. I appreciate your response!

On 12/7/2020 at 1:37 AM, rkv_2401 said:

Welcome! It's super impressive that you've managed to score ~2 million points via just CPU folding. I was in a similar range when I resumed folding last year - my laptop's GPU only made 35k PPD running 24/7, and it seemed like even a million points would be practically undoable(I found it hard to sleep at night with the fan whine). But here I am now, having contributed just over 100 million points to the cause. :)

Thank you! Your GPU was doing pretty good compared to my 10-11k PPD. Haha. I too can relate to the fan whine, but I was able to optimize it where the fan didn't have to spin so fast which was taking it out of its casing. Congratulations to you on over 100 million points! That's amazing! I would run F@H on my MBP, but I can't get it to work in Linux. I can install the F@H client.deb, but not the control.deb for whatever reason. I have tried it through the Software Center and through the terminal using the F@H instructions on their website, but no luck. My MBP 8-core CPU is the most powerful one I have right now. I did get the F@H client to work on it earlier (hence the big spike on my record - see the attached image), but I can't control it when I'm doing work as it just fires up and goes to town, but I need to limit it to 6-cores so I can get my work done otherwise my main computer is too slow. Anyone know what's up with that on macOS Big Sur (Yes, I do know it's a new release, but I had to do it for work)? I suppose I could try to download Windows on it, but I honestly don't like Windows' phoning home/privacy issues. That's why I haven't gotten a desktop PC yet if I'm being honest as I'd love to be able to customize my computer, but that doesn't happen with a Mac anymore due to soldering stuff directly to the board. Ugh. I don't know enough about Linux to get that to work as every time I've tried to get something to work on it, it doesn't work for whatever reason (besides, I need the Adobe Creative Cloud suite for work).

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I'm a bit rusty on the topic, but I believe all the projects turn into something as the scientists only create projects based on compounds they need to predict and filter prior to experimental validation. I heard from a friend who works in the field that waiting for computers to finish processing is one of the bigger delays in such research, so they have a clear incentive to send WUs of the highest priority first.

 

No worries, but that's good to hear and it makes sense. As per the waiting for the computers to finish the projects is interesting as the processing power is pretty monstrous, but I understand it. That must be why they're trying to optimize the projects based on the build, so it completes it more efficiently and time consciously.

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For a single graphics card(like the 2060 Super you're considering), the no. of PCI-e lanes discussion isn't really relevant. Higher lanes means faster speeds/more bandwidth. One lane of PCI-e 3.0 can transfer data at upto 8 GT/s, so 4x can do 32GT/s, 16x can do 128GT/s, etc. It needs to be higher than 4x, yes, but there's no reason for you to set it to anything lower than the factory-default 16x. Lowering that may handicap your performance in other applications, such as gaming, anyway. These details are important when you're trying to create a machine with more GPUs than there are (high-speed) PCI-e slots, such as @LazyDev's F@h build. 

 

Your reply and the other replies have made me understand this better, so thank you. While looking at my CPU specs (here), I see it has a bus speed of 8 GT/s which seems like it's only for the memory controllers according to the help window (but that doesn't quite make sense as the PCI-e lanes have to end up somewhere), but it does say in the 'Expansion Options' section that there are x16 PCI-e lanes that operate at 3.0 speeds or you can have "up to 1x16, 2x8, 1x8+2x4" which does make sense as my Mac says it uses x8 lanes for the GPU and x4 lanes for the NVMe SSD, but I'm not sure what the other x4 lanes are for. Though, while on the NVMExpress page, it says the link width is x4 lanes, but the link speed is 8.0 GT/s, but your reply says it should be 32GT/s per your reply. Hmm.... Anyways, that's good to know! As per @LazyDev's build, wouldn't having 1 full x16 enabled slot be better than what they have? I see the motherboard will support 2 x16 lanes and x1 lane, but the CPU appears to only support 1 x16 slot (however, this is PCI-e 4.0 so I'm not sure what difference that makes other than probably speed). They currently have x25 lanes worth of GPUs in there which I don't know how that works other than having multiple CPUs, but it looks like they only have one in that case (the motherboard doesn't support multiple CPUs).

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CPUs that have hyper-threading enabled have 2 threads for every CPU core, but a 2C/4T CPU isn't the same as having 4 actual cores. I believe the difference is that the extra threads can't all do floating point calculations at the same time, but the end difference is that the performance gain with HT on is around 30-40% compared to that with HT off for a workload where a CPU with 2x the cores would be roughly 2x faster. 

 

That's very interesting! That's basically the conclusion I came to, but it's good to have it in words. Looks like I need to read into that as well. I do know the Hyper-Threading is an Intel technology, and AMD uses something similar called Simultaneous Muti-Threading. I've been a long time Intel user, so I know more about their CPUs. I'm still curious about AMD though, don't get me wrong. It's truly amazing how far they've come.

 

 

Anyways, thank you all! I really appreciate the support and learning about this. It's super interesting to me, and something I hope to be able to pass on to others as I gain knowledge. I hope you have a wonderful day!

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6 minutes ago, GOTSpectrum said:

We'll fold you into our ranks! 

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I'm pretty sure I could hear the painful groans from you as I clicked submit 

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 1700 3GHz 8-Core Processor @ 4Ghz
  • Motherboard
    GA-AX370-GAMING 5
  • RAM
    DOMINATOR Platinum 16GB (2 x 8GB) @ 3400mhz
  • GPU
    Aorus GTX 1080 Waterforce
  • Case
    Cooler Master - MasterCase H500P
  • Storage
    Western Digital Black 250GB, Seagate BarraCuda 1TB x2
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova 1000w 
  • Display(s)
    BenQ - XL2430(144hz), Dell 24" portrait
  • Cooling
    MasterLiquid Lite 240
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