Generic Multiple GPU discusssion

Ian&Steve C.
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GW isn’t validating and from

GW isn’t validating and from other user comments there are now upload issues there too. I’ll come back to GW when it settles down and they start validating the new S3 WUs 

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Tom M
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Keith Myers wrote: TN-Grid

Keith Myers wrote:

TN-Grid = https://gene.disi.unitn.it/test/index.php

Another biologic molecular-modeling, gene-expression project.

Just told me they were not taking new users.

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Yes, they are a small project

Yes, they are a small project with one server and limited resources.

They don't need a huge amount of volunteers.

 

 

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Hi! It might be

Hi!

It might be interesting.

For gtx 1060 3/6 GB

I do undervolting + overclocking to standard frequency as follows.

In msi aferburner I open the frequency curve editor. ctrl + f. And I set work at a specific voltage and frequency, the L button and the mouse on the frequency graph.

Plus, you can add overclocking from memory.

I also set the power limit to 65% (but none of the GPUs reach it)

Power consumption is at the level of 40-50%

Screenshot https://photos.app.goo.gl/gm1B8BQGZg92eFRZ7

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Please keep posts ON topic

Please keep posts ON topic !

... this thread is for "multiple GPU" discussions (ONLY) ...

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I set up two 4xGpu systems in

I set up two 4xGpu systems in this way. I need undervolting to meet the power supply limit. For my multi GPU systems, this gives an economy of 300W

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Andrew Petkin wrote: I set

Andrew Petkin wrote:

I set up two 4xGpu systems in this way. I need undervolting to meet the power supply limit. For my multi GPU systems, this gives an economy of 300W

So are there Linux tools with that level of granularity?

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San-Fernando-Valley

San-Fernando-Valley wrote:

Please keep posts ON topic !

... this thread is for "multiple GPU" discussions (ONLY) ...

It is fact of life that threads wander around. If multiple posts create a sub-topic you can send a message to the moderator with a list of message numbers and request those messages be moved to a new thread.

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Tom M wrote: Andrew Petkin

Tom M wrote:

Andrew Petkin wrote:

I set up two 4xGpu systems in this way. I need undervolting to meet the power supply limit. For my multi GPU systems, this gives an economy of 300W

So are there Linux tools with that level of granularity?

Tom M

nope, the closest thing you'll get to voltage control in Linux is playing with the power limit of the card. which is what I do. power limit to whatever wattage you want to maintain. then apply an overclock to bring some performance back that you lost from the power limit.

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... sounds like fun ...

... sounds like fun ...

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