Parallella, Raspberry Pi, FPGA & All That Stuff

Bikeman (Heinz-Bernd Eggenstein)
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RE: RE: OK, got it

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OK, got it working now.

Let me know if you still need the clinfo output.

Cheers
HB

Thanks HB. One of the guys had posted the output in the Parallella forums, so I sent that to the mailing list. Apparently it lists itself as a type Accelerator.

Yup, "Accelerator" is perfectly ok, as it's not really a GPU or a CPU. I guess the Intel Xeon Phi would also fall into this category.

Cheers
HB

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Hope you guys are making

Hope you guys are making progress. I make it less than 2 months till the deadline for the bet. Hopefully at least one of you will produce the goods, but fingers crossed you both produce working Einstein@home clients using FFT's

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RE: RE: It will be sold

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It will be sold in Europe thru partners, e.g.

http://www.zotac.com/uk/z-zone/nvidia-jetson-tk1

HBE

In Germany, Conrad, Voelkner and probably many others offer this board for € 219 , available starting 29th of April 2014.

Cheers
HB

Since this device is available now, I would like to ask: has anyone managed to teach this device to crunch (including GPU) ?
If yes, are you willing to post a 'How to tk1' here?

An additional info found somewhere in the news-articles:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/50246791/nvidia-tegra-k1-ces%2CO-O-416904-22.png
http://www.extremetech.com/computing/187862-nvidia-details-64-bit-denver-tegra-k1-claims-haswell-class-performance-for-first-64-bit-android-chip

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RE: Since this device is

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Since this device is available now, I would like to ask: has anyone managed to teach this device to crunch (including GPU) ?


Ivan has compiled the Seti MBv7 Cuda app for it.

Claggy

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Just checked for updates on

Just checked for updates on the Parallella and got BOINC 7.4.13. I forgot that I had a user-defined co-processor in cc_config so it promptly made a scheduler request for work for an Epiphany16 (well that's what I called it in cc_config). Of course it didn't get anything and it doesn't show in computer details on here but its a step in the right direction with the BOINC client.

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Einstein@Home 17-08-2014 01:42 PM Sending scheduler request: To fetch work.
Einstein@Home 17-08-2014 01:42 PM Requesting new tasks for Epiphany16
Einstein@Home 17-08-2014 01:42 PM Scheduler request completed: got 0 new tasks
Phil
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My Pi test is done. 167k

My Pi test is done.

167k seconds for an Arecibo cpu wu. Woohoo! Smokin' lol.

That is a straight out of the box Pi B+ running Raspbian. I have an overclock kit on order to see how far I can push it.

A big honkin' 62 credits. Watch out!

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Raspberry Pi B+ clock

Raspberry Pi B+ clock comparison:

Stock 750 Mhz clock: 167k seconds run time.
Factory Turbo Boost 1GHz 6 volt: 106k run time.

Phil

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I have long since stopped

I have long since stopped following this thread, but I thought you'd like to know Radio Shack now has a Raspberry Pi kit for do-it-yourselfers. On sale this month for US$117.

I didn't look at the details of what you're supposed to be able to do with it.

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Miserable old git
Patiently waiting for the asteroid with my name on it.

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RE: I have long since

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I have long since stopped following this thread, but I thought you'd like to know Radio Shack now has a Raspberry Pi kit for do-it-yourselfers. On sale this month for US$117.

I didn't look at the details of what you're supposed to be able to do with it.

The Boinc project Bitcoin Utopia has an application for the Pi now.

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