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Petrion
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RE: AMD HD7750 -- 2x tasks

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AMD HD7750 -- 2x tasks ~11,000 secs
AMD HD7770 -- 2x tasks ~10,000 secs

ran these on an AlthonII X2 235e (2.7 GHz). Currently running the 7770.
Will also test on a i3 2100T. I will also see what a HD 5570 can do. I think I have a HD 5450 sitting in the video card grave yard I can try as well.

Cheers!


Great! Thanks. :)

A 5450 eh? Scrapping the bottom of the barrel there but it is on the list. :)

While we're at it I wonder if someone has a 6310 kicking around...

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RE: 680 - 2 x 1945

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680 - 2 x 1945 (Linux)
580 - 3 x 3350 (Windows)
580 - 3 x 3050 (Linux)
295 - 1 x 2000 per GPU (Linux)
8800GT G92 - 1 x 3600 (Linux)
8800GTS G80 - 1 x 4020 (Linux)

I am going off memory on a couple of these but the numbers should be close to right. CUDA in Linux tends to be faster than CUDA in Windows with BRP4 especially if Linux is setup shell only without X11.


Thanks Jeroen!

Interesting to see the difference; always known Windows was never very streamlined...mind you Linux is starting to get a little bloated itself if you load up all the options.

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RE: RE: AMD HD7750 -- 2x

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Quote:

AMD HD7750 -- 2x tasks ~11,000 secs
AMD HD7770 -- 2x tasks ~10,000 secs

ran these on an AlthonII X2 235e (2.7 GHz). Currently running the 7770.
Will also test on a i3 2100T. I will also see what a HD 5570 can do. I think I have a HD 5450 sitting in the video card grave yard I can try as well.

Cheers!

Talking about relatively old card
GT220 - 2x - 19,400 secs


Heh, speaking of bottom of the barrel...like to see how the HD 5450 stacks up.

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One other thing, feel free to

One other thing, feel free to send me a Private Message if you don't want to post your info publicly; already received some good info that way.

Here's the updated list:

HD 7970 ------> 2 x 2,300sec
HD 7950 ------>
GTX 690 (2 GPU)
GTX 590 (2 GPU)
HD 7870
GTX 680 ------> 3 x 3,100sec(Win7)
*GTX 680 -----> 2x 1,945(Linux)
GTX 580 ------> 3x 3,350(Windows)
*GTX 580 -----> 3x 3,050(Linux)
GTX 570
HD 7850
GTX 670
GTX 690 (1 GPU)
GTX 570
GTX 480 ------> 2x~2,200secs
GTX 470 ------> 2x~3,000secs, 3x 3,800
GTX 590 (1 GPU)
HD 7770 ------> 2x~10,000
GTX 560 [448] -> 1x 1,550, 2x 2,500
GTX 560 Ti ----> 1x~2,460, 2x~3,249, 3x~4,920, 4x~6,000, 5x~6840, 6x 7,800
GT 440
GTX 460
HD 7750 ------> 2x~11,000
GTX 560
GTX 465
HD 5850
HD 5870
HD 6970
HD 6950
HD 6990 (1 GPU)
HD 6870
GTX 460 SE
HD 5970 (1 GPU)
HD 6850 ------> 3,800sec
GTX 550 Ti ---> 3,600sec
GTS 450 ------> 6,600sec
HD 6790
HD 5770 ------> 7,750+secs
HD 6770
HD 5670 ------> 11,100secs
HD 5570
HD 5450

Older cards (not openCL capable) but still interesting comparison:
GT 295 -------> 1x 2,000(Linux)
8800GT G92 ---> 1x 3,600(Linux)
8800GTS G80 --> 1x 4,020(Linux)
GT 220 -------> 2x 19,400

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I installed the amd 12.6 beta

I installed the amd 12.6 beta drivers last night and set the power savings on vista (64bit) from balanced to high performace (cpu clock speed was jumping around) and the HD 7770 times have dropped to around 8500 seconds for 2x units. I rerun the 7750 on some units as well. I'm still planning on growing a beard when I run the 5450, gonna test it this weekend.

Cheers!

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Started aging, running BRP on

Started aging, running BRP on the HD5450. Looks like it will take around 10 hours to complete, i.e. ~36000 seconds per work unit. GPU is running at 97% activity. Guess I will see what the final time is when it finishes tonight. I will probably let it run 3 work units to get an average.

Cheers!

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Some measurements from my

Some measurements from my HD6950 (unlocked to HD6970 with Core i7 @4.3 GHz and 2 free cores for 2 GPU Workunits at a time):

-> HD6950 (1536 Shader) 2x 6700s

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My NV GT430: 2x 9100sec.

My NV GT430: 2x 9100sec. (WinXP)

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RE: Thanks

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Thanks Jeroen!

Interesting to see the difference; always known Windows was never very streamlined...mind you Linux is starting to get a little bloated itself if you load up all the options.

Agreed. The newer Linux distributions are very bloated and loaded with stuff I never use. I more or less avoid any of the newer distributions that have come out in recent years.

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I have a HD5450 running. I

I have a HD5450 running. I did stop here couple of weeks ago to do testing at SETIbeta. No more tasks in the history, but runtime was between 9 and 10 hours.

Greetings, Christoph

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