GTX760 performance is not satisfactory

freestman
freestman
Joined: 16 Jun 08
Posts: 28
Credit: 822,083,244
RAC: 1,678,381
Topic 205007

GTX760 last year can get about 100K PPD, but this year the new program led to a score of more than half of the decline, I do not know whether your friends have encountered this problem? Now the GTX760 is even worse than the older GTX560Ti

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Shafa
Shafa
Joined: 31 May 05
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Yep, sad but true.I did

Yep, sad but true.

I did pair it on 1 mainboard with GTX590 and later with GTX460@820MHz. The result is GTX760 is with 1.18beta application slower than GTX460. Slight help was installing new nVidia beta driver 738.09.

I wonder if the reason for this behaviour is crippled FP64 capability, or something else...

Is it common for all Keplers or Maxwells?  Maxwell M1000M sucks as well, while with BRPG tasks it did a great job.

Fermi just rules, as they always did...

 

Edit:  BRPG performance of the GTX760 was at the very same level like GTX570.

 

 

freestman
freestman
Joined: 16 Jun 08
Posts: 28
Credit: 822,083,244
RAC: 1,678,381

It‘s about spend 42XX secs to

It‘s about spend 42XX secs to get 3465 points

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mmonnin
mmonnin
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Depends on the cards. My

Depends on the cards. My 970/1070 are getting much higher RAC than BRP WUs.

freestman
freestman
Joined: 16 Jun 08
Posts: 28
Credit: 822,083,244
RAC: 1,678,381

AMD graphics card in the new

AMD graphics card in the new project on the performance of more satisfactory, it seems to be the case.

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WhiteWulfe
Joined: 3 Mar 15
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My GTX 980 Ti Golden Edition

My GTX 980 Ti Golden Edition (running at out of the box clocks) definitely saw a nice gain in RAC.

freestman
freestman
Joined: 16 Jun 08
Posts: 28
Credit: 822,083,244
RAC: 1,678,381

nice card!

nice card!

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