1) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : Big Maxwell GM2*0 (Message 41358)
Posted 17 days ago by 5pot
E: unless there's a way I can make it stop getting tasks through the website I suppose.


You should be able to do that by editing your preferences and deselecting,
    Use NVIDIA GPU Enforced by version 6.10+
    the ACEMD GPU apps
    [If no work for selected applications is available, accept work from other applications?]
    Use Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) if available.


https://www.gpugrid.net/prefs.php?subset=project



Thank you for reminding me of this, changed it when you posted. I've got it clocked down to 1375 for the 2 weeks I'll be away. Want to make sure I don't lose that much crunching time for an OC.

@Localizer, these cards can do really well. Good luck with the fine tuning of your card.

@Dupont, thanks for the shout out. :)

When I get back, I'll try and hit 1500. But I'm beginning to think I'll need to overvolt a little more than I would like to run it permentantly at. But it's always fun to see where the max is.
2) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : Big Maxwell GM2*0 (Message 41318)
Posted 20 days ago by 5pot
Well, I tried to hit 1500, and walked away for the night.

Whoops. Lol. Won't be able to stop it til tomorrow. I do think with an overvoltage I can make it stable. I had it working fine at 1460 without an overvolt.

C'est la vie

E: unless there's a way I can make it stop getting tasks through the website I suppose.
3) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : Big Maxwell GM2*0 (Message 41310)
Posted 20 days ago by 5pot
@localizer. I'm surprised you're losing WUs above 1400. I'm sitting at over 1450 now, and still think I may be able to push higher.

Do you have a reference card, or one with better cooling? So far, I'm rather impressed with the clocks these can achieve on a minimal to no voltage increase.
4) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : Big Maxwell GM2*0 (Message 41306)
Posted 20 days ago by 5pot
Just to get back to you, the memory is at 3505MHz.
5) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : Big Maxwell GM2*0 (Message 41301)
Posted 21 days ago by 5pot
With swan sync on, Gerald was actually 81%. Memory default I'll have to look at when I get back home, and I don't remember noelia usage.

I'm going to Japan for 2 weeks on monday, so I probably won't be attempting to run 2 tasks til I get back.
6) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : Big Maxwell GM2*0 (Message 41298)
Posted 21 days ago by 5pot
Enabled swan_sync, took another task off WCG, got 7.26 on Gerard. Over clock is a tad over 1400MHz now with a .12mV voltage increase.
7) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : Big Maxwell GM2*0 (Message 41289)
Posted 21 days ago by 5pot
By the way, I thought it was SWAN_SYNC=0? Or did that change to 1?
8) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : Big Maxwell GM2*0 (Message 41286)
Posted 22 days ago by 5pot
Huh, I hadn't even realized swan_sync had to be started again. I remember it wasn't needed for awhile. I'll change that when I get back home.

Gerald utilization was around 75%, but the interesting tidbit for me was that the 980ti is doing noelia in around 10k seconds, with my older 680 rig doing them in 18k seconds. Lol
9) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : Big Maxwell GM2*0 (Message 41280)
Posted 23 days ago by 5pot
The card is up and running, with a boost clock (from factory) @ 1315MHz. Not bad at all, considering the boost clock listed is 1190. Results will start reporting over-night, and temps are sitting at 60C w/ a 51% fan setting @ 1187mV.

This is also with a 780 in slot2 (not running yet). Further, after looking at how fast it's currently crunching, puts a Gerard_FXCXCL in 25k seconds. It's moving at about .004/s.
10) Message boards : Graphics cards (GPUs) : Big Maxwell GM2*0 (Message 41276)
Posted 25 days ago by 5pot
It did not. I should have read that next day air ships "next business day". Which could theoretically mean it will arrive on Monday or Tuesday. Either way, I'll have it up and running once it arrives. So at the absolute latest, expect results to be turning in by Wed.


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