Observations on FGRBP1 1.18 for Windows

Betreger
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MAGIC Quantum Mechanic

MAGIC Quantum Mechanic wrote:

I hope this new version works faster for my cards so I can get back to work here to start my 13th year off full blast.

I tried a few on my 660Ti and 560Ti OC's and they took hours just running X2 on the quads

That was bad enough to not even try any on my 650Ti's or the 550Ti and they are all OC or SC

I miss the good old days with GPU only BRP's

Ah yes BRP6s running cuda55 was a fine thing.

Bedrich Hajek
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So far, so good on my windows

So far, so good on my windows 10 machine. 

https://einsteinathome.org/host/12095349/tasks

 

But, I can't get these units to download on my windows xp machine.  I have the same preferences for both machines. How come?

https://einsteinathome.org/host/3860271/tasks

 

 

 

 

 

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Bedrich Hajek wrote:But, I

Bedrich Hajek wrote:
But, I can't get these units to download on my windows xp machine.  I have the same preferences for both machines. How come?

Because there is no 32-bit version of the GPU app, only a 64-bit version.

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GTX 1050 Ti, running 1 WU.

GTX 1050 Ti, running 1 WU. v1.17: 2550s, v1.18: 1470s

It seems the Fury X doesn't like multiple units in parallel with v1.18 anymore:
v1.18: 1xWU=440s, 2xWU=1500-1800s
v1.17: 2xWU=1600s

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Bedrich Hajek
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Holmis wrote:Bedrich Hajek

Holmis wrote:
Bedrich Hajek wrote:
But, I can't get these units to download on my windows xp machine.  I have the same preferences for both machines. How come?

Because there is no 32-bit version of the GPU app, only a 64-bit version.

 

Will a 32 bit version be made available sometime soon?

 

 

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Probably not judging from

Probably not judging from this message posted by Bernd.

emoga
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Noticed around a 25% increase

Noticed around a 25% increase in production on my 1080 with the new app.  Surprised 

juan BFP
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How many WU at a time you run

How many WU at a time you run on your 1080?

I run 3 at a time on my 1070 with 1750 secs to crunch each. 

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juan BFP wrote:I run 3 at a

juan BFP wrote:
I run 3 at a time on my 1070 with 1750 secs to crunch each. 

I run two at a time on a couple of 1070s.  Each 1070 is the single GPU in a i5-6600 Windows 10 machine.  I have been getting median run times of 1134 and 1142 seconds for the two cards.  I was thinking of trying three at a time, but based on your times, it looks like it will give a similar total output.

 

emoga
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juan BFP wrote:How many WU at

juan BFP wrote:

How many WU at a time you run on your 1080?

I run 3 at a time on my 1070 with 1750 secs to crunch each. 

 

Running 3 tasks at a time with each between 23-24 minutes.  I might try doing 4 tasks to see if there's any improvement. 

 

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