CUDA and openCL Benchmarks

Bikeman (Heinz-Bernd Eggenstein)
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Hi! In a few days, NVIDIA

Hi!

In a few days, NVIDIA will expand the 600 series to include new low- and midrange cards, filling the gap between the 100$ and 250$ish cards. If one is not hunting for top performance but for max efficiency (performance per $, performance per Watt), those could be interesting.

Cheers
HB

Fred J. Verster
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Hi, this are the times on a

Hi, this are the times on a HD5870 GPU doing 2 at a time. Sometimes 'shared with SETI MB WUs. [pre]

Task ID
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(sec) Claimed credit Granted credit Application
305498681 130818233 29 Aug 2012 21:35:42 UTC 3 Sep 2012 2:43:10 UTC Completed and validated 3,659.92 282.08 2.56 500.00 Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo) v1.28 (opencl-ati)
305498679 130818232 29 Aug 2012 21:35:42 UTC 2 Sep 2012 21:59:27 UTC Completed and validated 2,895.93 244.19 2.23 500.00 Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo) v1.28 (opencl-ati)
305498663 130818224 29 Aug 2012 21:35:42 UTC 3 Sep 2012 2:43:10 UTC Completed and validated 3,105.02 274.87 2.49 500.00 Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo) v1.28 (opencl-ati)
305498655 130818220 29 Aug 2012 21:35:42 UTC 2 Sep 2012 21:59:27 UTC Completed and validated 2,895.05 247.85 2.27 500.00 Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo) v1.28 (opencl-ati)
305498653 130818219 29 Aug 2012 21:35:42 UTC 2 Sep 2012 21:59:27 UTC Completed and validated 3,653.35 252.78 2.31 500.00 Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo) v1.28 (opencl-ati)
305498646 130818216 29 Aug 2012 21:35:42 UTC 2 Sep 2012 21:59:27 UTC Completed and validated 2,876.49 255.44 2.34 500.00 Binary Radio Pulsar Search (Arecibo) v1.28 (opencl-ati)[/pre]

Highest and lowest times over > 100 WUs.

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RE: Hi! In a few days,

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Hi!

In a few days, NVIDIA will expand the 600 series to include new low- and midrange cards, filling the gap between the 100$ and 250$ish cards. If one is not hunting for top performance but for max efficiency (performance per $, performance per Watt), those could be interesting.

Cheers
HB

New parts, or just rebadged 4xx/5xx GPUs?

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RE: Hi! In a few days,

Quote:

Hi!

In a few days, NVIDIA will expand the 600 series to include new low- and midrange cards, filling the gap between the 100$ and 250$ish cards. If one is not hunting for top performance but for max efficiency (performance per $, performance per Watt), those could be interesting.

Cheers
HB


The metric I'd really like to know is credits per dollar per year including power costs. While E@H is not the primary job on these machines it a) will get run often and b) is probably the most applicable benchmark for the work we'll be doing.

We could sort of figure that out with the 500 series as nVidia published relative compute performance see http://einsteinathome.org/node/195983

Lots of data in this thread if I could only digest it all.

Joe

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RE: RE: Hi! In a few

Quote:
Quote:

Hi!

In a few days, NVIDIA will expand the 600 series to include new low- and midrange cards, filling the gap between the 100$ and 250$ish cards. If one is not hunting for top performance but for max efficiency (performance per $, performance per Watt), those could be interesting.

Cheers
HB

New parts, or just rebadged 4xx/5xx GPUs?

New, atleast the GTX670 also GT445. But I'd choose the 670.

GTX 670.

If I were to build a new system, a mobo with atleast 2 PCIe (2.0/3.0)x16/x8
slots and 6 core AMD or SB/IB i7-2600(K)/3770 and a GTX670 with room
for another one.
A suitable case and a 1KW PSU ;-)

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http://cuda-z.sourceforge.net

http://cuda-z.sourceforge.net/

This is some handy app.It shows SP and DP performance of Nvidia gpu.
Anyone with 660ti would like to post his results?

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RE: http://cuda-z.sourcefor

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http://cuda-z.sourceforge.net/

This is some handy app.It shows SP and DP performance of Nvidia gpu.
Anyone with 660ti would like to post his results?

SP 1.7676 +6 mflops

DP 127213 mflops

http://einsteinathome.org/host/4109993/tasks&offset=0&show_names=0&state=3

 

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RE: I run Arecibo 1.24 in

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I run Arecibo 1.24 in roughly 3800secs on my 6850, am wondering how other people compare.


With BRP now being v1.28, and times having halved, I suppose you should start a new thread. ;-)

My new BRPs run in ~2,300 seconds on my HD6850.

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RE: http://cuda-z.sourcefor

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http://cuda-z.sourceforge.net/

This is some handy app.It shows SP and DP performance of Nvidia gpu.
Anyone with 660ti would like to post his results?

My factory over clocked Gigabyte GTX660Ti got these numbers:

SP: 1.86863e+06 Mflop/s
DP: 134500 Mflop/s

Vladimir Lukovic
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Hmm,they didn`t improve the

Hmm,they didn`t improve the DP performance at all.I still don`t know how Nvidia and Ati in games are very close to eachother,when the 7900 series has 3.7teraflops of SP and 900Gflopfs DP computing power.

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