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Petrion
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RE: I installed the amd

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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.


Thanks for the update!

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I'm still planning on growing a beard when I run the 5450, gonna test it this weekend.
Cheers!


BTW you're obviously not a hockey fan...you should already have a playoff beard! :)
(I'm talking NHL Hockey for those wondering...GO Jets!)

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RE: Started aging, running

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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.


Wow, looks like you're in i72600 CPU territory there...that's a damn slow "graphics" card. Hope you never tried playing any games with it! :)

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RE: Some measurements from

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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


Thanks EselTreiber!

Hmm, bit of a curve-ball with that one...unlocked to HD6970...that's cheating! :P

OK, you go on the list with an * to separate you out from the rest.

Thanks!

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RE: My NV GT430: 2x

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


Thanks Horacio!

Still using WinXP eh? Wonder how it would run under Win7...

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RE: I have a HD5450

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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.


Thanks Christoph!

Good to know; I like having multiple samples for comparison. Looks like you're time will match with Jeearr's once his test are done.

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OK, here is the updated

OK, here is the updated table:

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)
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 7770 ------> 2x~8,500
HD 7750 ------> 2x~11,000
GTX 560
GTX 465
HD 5850
HD 5870
HD 6970
*HD 6950(1536)-> 2x 6700sec
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
GT 430 -------> 2x 9100secs
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

Jeearr
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RE: RE: I installed the

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Quote:
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.

Thanks for the update!

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I'm still planning on growing a beard when I run the 5450, gonna test it this weekend.
Cheers!

BTW you're obviously not a hockey fan...you should already have a playoff beard! :)
(I'm talking NHL Hockey for those wondering...GO Jets!)

Shaved the beard after my kids Hockey season was over. They play in an outdoor rink, and I freeze my GPUs off watching them instead of wimping out in the hothouse..

Cheers!

BTW.. the 5450 is almost done with 1 work unit. I don't think I can take it doing another one. Will run the 5570 next.

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RE: RE: Started aging,

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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.

Wow, looks like you're in i72600 CPU territory there...that's a damn slow "graphics" card. Hope you never tried playing any games with it! :)

Never even attempted to play games on it. I think I used it as a low power distributed.net stream cruncher card at one time, then I think it lived in my wife's computer for a while, until I sent it to the computer parts grave yard.

Cheers!

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A HD 5450 does 1 task in

A HD 5450 does 1 task in ~36500 seconds.

Cheers!

Hefto99
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HD7950 Linux: 3x4500 sec,

HD7950 Linux:

3x4500 sec, 2x3400 sec

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