CUDA and openCL Benchmarks

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GTX 670 ~4200-4400 for 3 wu

GTX 670 ~4200-4400 for 3 wu on vista with 1 thread of a HT i7 free and me still using the computer

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Hi all! Sorry I've been MIA

Hi all! Sorry I've been MIA for a while...moving, followed by sinus infection , followed by family drama has kept me a little distracted lately.

But I'm all settled in, my head doesn't hurt as much as it was, and I managed to survive my family for another summer...there aught to be a law about family members not all having their birth days in the same month...

But now back to business...in a slightly more compacted form then previous:

Jeearr

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A HD 5450 does 1 task in ~36500 seconds.
HD 5570: 1 task ~ 15000 sec.
Cheers!


-> thanks for the info, useful comparison. Gotta be the record for slowest... :D

jeanguy

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good morning ,

My graphic card : MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II / OC edition

x1 task --- 1,583 sec. +/-


Thanks for the info! Interesting to note that OCing the graphics card has less effect then a faster processor to feed the card.

crazyrabbit1

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GTX 550 Ti
1 task ~3600 sec

Since yesterday running 2 tasks. Some are already validated.

2 tasks ~ 5600 sec Windows XP

Thanks for the info!

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LiborA RE: FirePro 3D

LiborA

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FirePro 3D V4800 (one core free for GPU): avg. time from 4 WU: 10620 sec. for 1 WU (Win 7)

Interesting, havn't known anyone with a professional GPU...wondered how they stacked up.

Now where to put it on the list....

frei

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overclocked GT240 with GDDR5 (core clock 750MHz/shader clock 1500 Mhz) best result: 4,035.16 s.
w/o overclocking: ~4500 s.

Thanks for the double comparison!

Amauri

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GT 640, Linux, 1 WU =~ 5700 sec.
GT 520, Linux, 1 WU =~ 9600 sec. (retired)

Thank you!

MAGIC

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3,021.93 - 3,065.20 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti

Average 50 minutes


In case anyone wondered, along with the Cuda's I also run a LHC and a 2-core T4T 24/7 on this quad-core with the nVidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti

And on this laptop I am on right now which is also a quad-core I run the same tasks and this one has the NVIDIA GeForce 610M (2048MB) driver: 28564 running the Cuda's in an average of 7,800.00 seconds (2hrs and 10mins) each.

Also runs 24/7

Thanks, was wondering if I should include mobile processors on the list...now I know.

Mike Davis

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GTX 670 ~4200-4400 for 3 wu on vista with 1 thread of a HT i7 free and me still using the computer

Thanks Mike! But Vista?

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ggesmundo RE: I have run

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I have run the following tests to see what the impact of freeing up cpu's had on gpu performance.

A side effect of freeing cpus is that the cpu processes speed up, runtimes are very consistent and the ratio of runtime to cpu time goes down significantly. At the 4/4 ratio a gamma-ray pulsar search went from approx. 9.5 to 6 hours and S6LV went from approx 5.5 to 3.5 hours.

It would be interesting to see if this holds true with a gpu capable of running 3 more tasks, mine is memory constrained to 2 tasks.


Yeah, it is amazing that with as fast as things have gotten we're still running into bottle-necks in the system; PCI 3.0 still can't feed the high-end 680/690 and HD 7970 fast enough to max them out.

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MAGIC RE: RE: 3,021.93

MAGIC

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3,021.93 - 3,065.20 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti

Average 50 minutes


In case anyone wondered, along with the Cuda's I also run a LHC and a 2-core T4T 24/7 on this quad-core with the nVidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti

And on this laptop I am on right now which is also a quad-core I run the same tasks and this one has the NVIDIA GeForce 610M (2048MB) driver: 28564 running the Cuda's in an average of 7,800.00 seconds (2hrs and 10mins) each.

Also runs 24/7


But how well do the laptops stand up to the heat generated? Do you use cooling pads/stations/whatever-they're-called...

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dskagcommunity RE: hi!!

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hi!!

And i think in your list it is only meant 8800GT is not openCL usable in THIS project (here is OpenCL1.1 needed or?), cos im running 8xxx and 9xxx (and a HD4850) cards in OpenCL1.0 projects (like POEM) and they do fine.


Yeah, should have clarified that OpenCL 1.1 is required for E@H; the HD 4850 can't be used for example.

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Vladimir

Vladimir Lukovic

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how???it`s almost twice the speed


I had my HD 6850 in my old system running a Q6600 @2.4GHz before I bought my new system running a i5 2600K OC'd to 4.5GHz. The difference (the i5 being about 3x faster then the Q6600) for my HD 6850 was immediately noticeable.

Another person on the forums has a similar rig to mine but his i5 2600K isn't OC'd and his HD 6850 runs about 600+ sec/WU slower than mine.

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And now the updated

And now the updated list:

HD 7970 ------> 2x 2,300sec
HD 7950 ------> 2x 3,400, 3x 4,500
GTX 690 (2 GPU)
GTX 590 (2 GPU)
HD 7870
GTX 680 ------> 3x 3,100(Win7)
*GTX 680 -----> 2x 1,945(Linux)
GTX 580 ------> 3x 3,350(Windows)
*GTX 580 -----> 3x 3,050(Linux)
GTX 670 ------> 3x~4,300(vista)
GTX 570
HD 7850
GTX 670
GTX 690 (1 GPU)
GTX 570
GTX 480 ------> 2x~2,200
GTX 470 ------> 2x~3,000, 3x 3,800
GTX 590 (1 GPU)
GTX 560 [448] -> 1x 1,550, 2x 2,500
GTX 560 Ti ----> 1x~1,900, 2x~3,094, 3x~3,961, 4x~6,000, 5x~6840, 6x 7,800
*GTX 560 Ti ---> 1x 1,583 (OC'd)
GT 440
GTX 460
HD 7770 ------> 2x~8,500
HD 7750 ------> 2x~11,000
GTX 560 ------> 1x 3,300, 2x 4800
GTX 465
HD 5850
HD 5870
HD 6970
*HD 6950(1536)-> 2x 6700
HD 6950
HD 6990 (1 GPU)
HD 6870
GTX 460 SE
HD 5970 (1 GPU)
HD 6850 ------> 1x 3,800
GTX 550 Ti ---> 1x 3,065, 2x 5,600
GT 640 -------> 1x~5,700
GTS 450 ------> 1x 6,600
HD 6790
HD 5770 ------> 1x 7,750+
HD 6770
GF 610M ------> 1x~7,800
GT 430 -------> 2x 9,100
GT 520 -------> 1x~9,600(Linux)
FirePro V4800-> 1x 10,620
HD 5670 ------> 1x 11,100
*HD 5670 -----> 1x 11,480(Win XP32)
HD 5570 ------> 1x~15,000
HD 5450 ------> 1x~36,500!!

Older cards (not openCL v1.1 capable) but still interesting comparison:
GT 295 -------> 1x 2,000(Linux)
8800GT G92 ---> 1x 3,600(Linux)
8800GTS G80 --> 1x 4,020(Linux)
*GT 240 ------> 1x 4,035(OC'd)
GT 240 -------> 1x~4,500
GT 220 -------> 2x 19,400

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RE: MAGICRE: RE: 3,021.

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MAGIC
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3,021.93 - 3,065.20 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti

Average 50 minutes


In case anyone wondered, along with the Cuda's I also run a LHC and a 2-core T4T 24/7 on this quad-core with the nVidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti

And on this laptop I am on right now which is also a quad-core I run the same tasks and this one has the NVIDIA GeForce 610M (2048MB) driver: 28564 running the Cuda's in an average of 7,800.00 seconds (2hrs and 10mins) each.

Also runs 24/7


But how well do the laptops stand up to the heat generated? Do you use cooling pads/stations/whatever-they're-called...

Well I can only go by what my particular laptop does since this is the only one I have (my other 5 are desktops I built over the last few years)

But I did find one that was a good deal AND can do this since that is the main reason I even have these.

It is an Asus A53S with Intel Quad Core i7-2670QM CPU @ 2.20GHz w/8GB Ram

and when it said it had the GeForce that would run the Cuda's that was what I wanted and I liked the price since most of the time a good one costs way too much (mine was $771 total)

It has been running non-stop for about 50 days and I even had it connected to my bigscreen to watch a movie and some tv at the same time I was running the Einstein Cuda's and the LHC and a 2-core T4T task.

No heat problems so far.....but my battery never works more than 30 mins.

Since nobody else uses it all I do when I leave it just sitting and running tasks I either lay it on a piece of granite tile I put on a table next to me and at night .....well my high tech place to put it is on top of my porcelain sink in the bathroom along with the AC box so that is how I run it cool as I can here

Must admit it is my own bathroom and I keep it cooler than the rest of the house.

I have repaired laptops for my son that he tends to destroy and while I would test by running Einsteins all night I would lay those on the granite floor in the bathroom and those laptops always ran too hot just running Gravitationals.

So I guess it depends on what laptop you are using.

 

Mike Davis
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yeah... i havent got a spare

yeah... i havent got a spare copy of 7 lying around the place anymore as my technet subscription expired before i got around to rebuilding this after it blew out the mb & processor :(

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