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petri33
petri33
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Hi, I just installed my

Hi,

I just installed my new RTX 3080 Ti. It runs 3 at a time. Run time is 220 seconds. That makes the run time for one task about 73 seconds. It is power limited not to 335W using nvidia-smi -i 3 -pl 330. Mem is +500 and GPU is +150. The GPU frequency bounces at both sides of 1905 MHz. Temperature is 64 C on air cooling. I'll try to up the performance a bit.

When I installed the new card I had to move my TITAN V to a slot that does not let it breathe. Its MHz dropped and run times increased. Something has to be done to that too.

Keith Myers
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From every time I've tried to

From every time I've tried to overclock the core on a gpu, I find that the practical limit is about 40-80 Mhz depending on the card generation.  Anything more just makes the card bounce more between frequency extremes.

The GPU Boost algorithm in the Nvidia cards is pretty well designed to achieve the highest sustained core clocks on its own for the most part.  It works very well if you can keep the card within its normal or reduced power limits and can keep the temps down.

I find that it normally only needs a very slight OC boost to get a little bit higher average core clock over Auto.

Any more and it just bounces more erratically which I believe is probably not good for the task(s) running on the card.

 

Boca Raton Community HS
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You can add the following to

You can add the following to the list: 

RTX A4500- ~146 seconds

 

 

petri33
petri33
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Hi, thanks for your input.

Hi,

thanks for your input. I see you run 3 at a time under windows. I hope the op adds/updates your result to the list.

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Petri

petri33
petri33
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Hi again, Where is the

Hi again,

Where is the thread for those who are about to put their GPUs hanging on a frame in free air with the aid of a big fan blowing right at them?

I know that cooling my GPUs will heat up the house and that the summer is coming -- but my Jeans and the other family members clothing do dry in record time!

... and the cats: they really love the warmth <3.

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Petri

Tom M
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petri33 wrote: Where is the

petri33 wrote:

Where is the thread for those who are about to put their GPUs hanging on a frame in free air with the aid of a big fan blowing right at them?

I think you are talking about anyone running their systems on a mining frame :)  We have had several threads at both Seti@Home and here that talk about the multi-GPU setups.

Tom M

Live long and Prosper.

A proud member of the O.F.A. (Old Farts Association)

It ain't the heat it's the humility. - Yogi Berra

 

Zalster
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Ian I think still does that. 

Ian I think still does that.  Back in the day I used to take the side off the computer and put a big box fan there to blow air into the computer to try and keep the temps down.  Not so much anymore...

Eugene Stemple
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... another antique card for

... another antique card for comparison...

GTX 1060 SC (6 GB)   579  seconds

(average of 3 completed LATeah3012 series)

 

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