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13 hours ago, justpoet said:

@LAR_SystemsFYI on latest brand new Brave install and brand new install of Folding In The Dark I had to make it go "Shields Down" in order to make it work.  That wasn't required for the older version of both that I ran for a while.

 

In case you're wondering…more old CPUs to throw some WUs into your DB.  This time Xeon 5365's. :)

I'm going to say this was a change in Brave as the client update was little more than a refresh for the benefit of the google approval team.

I would not be surprised given the purpose of the Brave browser that they don't like all the things with the way F@H browser stuff talks to the localhost / IP on a non standard port per the way the F@H service works.

That all said, I do really appreciate the additional CPU samples. :)

 

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I just finished another 13438 WU on my 1070 with no issues, even upped the usual 85% power limit to 115% at about half of it to stress a bit more. 

So I'm leaning towards broken driver at least in my case.

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2 hours ago, tep said:

Finally managed to get hold of a 3080. So far its performing 15-20% better PPD than the 2080ti rev.A averaging about 6.2M PPD..

Ok lemme give you my passkey so you can share the PPD. Dang that's nice, how many watts?

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On 12/10/2020 at 1:52 PM, Kilrah said:

Did you update the nvidia driver in the last week?

I wonder if there's something broken in it. I have a 1070 as well and the past couple of days my PC has rebooted multiple times while folding, yesterday it was terrible and rebooted at least 10 times just doing one WU. Never had one issue before and it might coincide with when I updated the GPU driver to 457.51/Dec 2nd.

I was about to take it apart and inspect everything, checking power supply etc today but there's just been a new nvidia driver (460.79/Dec 9th) so I've updated, and been running a furmark GPU plus CPU stress test (i.e. more than while folding) for an hour or so now without issue so I don't think there's anything wrong with the hardware...

 

I also had the client on advanced and the last 4 WUs have been project 13438 which I never had before, so it could have been WU issues too? Could totally coincide with the problems as well.

Still using the 457.30 drivers. Not sure what the issue is, but the card is stable after a system reboot. It could be a driver issue as you say.

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I've had my troublesome machine up all day doing 4 more WUs with no issues, so I guess I can call it fixed with the new driver.

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On 12/11/2020 at 2:41 AM, Bitter said:

Ok lemme give you my passkey so you can share the PPD. Dang that's nice, how many watts?

~300w on a 85% PL. Keeping me plenty warm 🔥

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37 minutes ago, tep said:

~300w on a 85% PL. Keeping me plenty warm 🔥

Nice! I’m on a waiting list for one from EVGA


What’s the minimum power draw?

 

For the Founders Edition BIOS TechPowerup lists a 320W Target Power with -69 to +16% adjustment so 99 to 370W.

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33 minutes ago, Gorgon said:

69

 

33 minutes ago, Gorgon said:

Nice!

 

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1 hour ago, tep said:

~300w on a 85% PL. Keeping me plenty warm 🔥

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meanwhile in 3090-land

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3 hours ago, yaboistar said:

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meanwhile in 3090-land

oof 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thought you was showing an Intel 8 core processor there for a moment /s

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3 hours ago, GOTSpectrum said:

oof 

it's now 460w after i applied a different BIOS to it

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I still can't get coolbits working on Xubuntu 20.04 with the P106-100 again. This is getting kind of frustrating. I hate posting on the Ubuntu forums, they're not the most helpful bunch most of the time especially when you're not a 100% beginner and not a 100% expert. I endeavor to try to figure things out as much as possible, but this one is over my head.

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9 hours ago, yaboistar said:

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meanwhile in 3090-land

 

10 hours ago, tep said:

~300w on a 85% PL. Keeping me plenty warm 🔥

Folks I'm trying to figure out the efficiency levels of Ampere. Though the PPD gains seem nice for the new generation it appears to be at higher power levels over Turing which makes me suspect that NVidia is pushing the Silicon hard, possible due to actually having some competition.

 

After you've finished pushing your new "shiny" GPUs to see just how hard they can go can you try running them at the minimum power limits and report back the average PPD and GPU wattage so I and others can get an idea of their best case efficiency?

 

I suspect Ampere should be more efficient than Turing as one would expect moving from a 12 to 8nm process node but with NVidia's marketing redefinition of Double Floating Point TFLOPs it's hard to get an idea if they are more efficient and, if so, by what margin.

 

For example, I'm seeing a range of 20.9-22.6 kPPD/W across my 2070 Supers but on my 1070Ti 14.8 and 1660Ti 14.6 kPPD/W

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6 minutes ago, Gorgon said:

 

Folks I'm trying to figure out the efficiency levels of Ampere. Though the PPD gains seem nice for the new generation it appears to be at higher power levels over Turing which makes me suspect that NVidia is pushing the Silicon hard, possible due to actually having some competition.

 

After you've finished pushing your new "shiny" GPUs to see just how hard they can go can you try running them at the minimum power limits and report back the average PPD and GPU wattage so I and others can get an idea of their best case efficiency?

 

I suspect Ampere should be more efficient than Turing as one would expect moving from a 12 to 8nm process node but with NVidia's marketing redefinition of Double Floating Point TFLOPs it's hard to get an idea if they are more efficient and, if so, by what margin.

 

For example, I'm seeing a range of 20.9-22.6 kPPD/W across my 2070 Supers but on my 1070Ti 14.8 and 1660Ti 14.6 kPPD/W

Averaging around 4.4M PPD with my 3080 at 80% power limit, 5.2M on the Myosins (80%), went upto 5.5M at 109%. Not sure on the wattage.

 

Also, I don't have anything plugged into the 3080.

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3090 is down, system suffering from a terminal failure to start up after my OS corrupted and win10 boot media couldn't repair it.

 

2080Ti still going

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On 12/9/2020 at 5:08 PM, Captainmarino said:

Noted. Thanks again!

Got in there and changed out the thermal "compound." It was darn near solid and came off like clay. Super easy to get at with this card though so that was nice. Four screws. All the memory and such was under a large metal plate so I didn't even bother with them. I haven't had a problem with the memory at all. Booted up and... hovering at 66-67C at stock (OC'd) speeds and in the high 50s at -10% power limit!

 

She's back from the dead and back in the fold! All while being MacGruber'd up with some old case fans and zip ties :D

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10 hours ago, Gorgon said:

 

Folks I'm trying to figure out the efficiency levels of Ampere. Though the PPD gains seem nice for the new generation it appears to be at higher power levels over Turing which makes me suspect that NVidia is pushing the Silicon hard, possible due to actually having some competition.

 

After you've finished pushing your new "shiny" GPUs to see just how hard they can go can you try running them at the minimum power limits and report back the average PPD and GPU wattage so I and others can get an idea of their best case efficiency?

 

I suspect Ampere should be more efficient than Turing as one would expect moving from a 12 to 8nm process node but with NVidia's marketing redefinition of Double Floating Point TFLOPs it's hard to get an idea if they are more efficient and, if so, by what margin.

 

For example, I'm seeing a range of 20.9-22.6 kPPD/W across my 2070 Supers but on my 1070Ti 14.8 and 1660Ti 14.6 kPPD/W

 

I did feel that Turing is still more efficient than Ampere in terms of PPD/W when I gave the 3080 it's first WU. I was seeing a power draw of about 370W. Have since undervolt it and I have getting an average of 6.2M OOD on an average power draw of 300W so that translate to about 20k PPD/W. This is an EVGA 3080 FTW3 Ultra.

 

The Strix 2080ti rev.A is getting 5.5M PPD on an average power draw of 250w.

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30 minutes ago, tep said:

 

I did feel that Turing is still more efficient than Ampere in terms of PPD/W when I gave the 3080 it's first WU. I was seeing a power draw of about 370W. Have since undervolt it and I have getting an average of 6.2M OOD on an average power draw of 300W so that translate to about 20k PPD/W. This is an EVGA 3080 FTW3 Ultra.

 

The Strix 2080ti rev.A is getting 5.5M PPD on an average power draw of 250w.

What is the clock speed of your 3080? Mine has never hit above 5.5M PPD

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8 hours ago, LazyDev said:

What is the clock speed of your 3080? Mine has never hit above 5.5M PPD

2000-2100mhz depending on the project due to power limit. The 14911 beta WU is giving me 12M PPD though on the 3080. 🤯

 

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1 hour ago, Bitter said:

Man, I wish my PSU had data like that...Stupid RM1000X 😆

I wish my AX1600i would get detected in HWInfo or HWMonitor. 

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1 hour ago, Bitter said:

Man, I wish my PSU had data like that...Stupid RM1000X 😆

This is GPU, not PSU that he showed

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