RTX 2080 Ti Worked and now not

bcavnaugh
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RTX 2080 Ti Worked Great and now not. What Happened?

https://einsteinathome.org/host/12707326/tasks/4/0

 

https://einsteinathome.org/host/12707326/tasks/6/0

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11:02:55 (1620): [normal]: This Einstein@home App was built at: Feb 15 2017 09:23:49

 

 


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With the current Einstein

With the current Einstein Windows application and any of the Turing-supported Nvidia drivers released to date, we have observed all Turing cards so far reported (including cases with models 2070, 2080, and 2080 Ti) to work properly on workunits with data files of the low-pay type recognizable by the 1036L in your recent valid tasks, but not to work with two different groups of files of the high-pay types recognizable by the 104X or 2001L data file component of the task ID.

On a quick review of one of your failing tasks, it appears to me to have the standard symptom set we have so far seen on most of the Windows failures.

You can read lots more on this topic by reviewing posts in this thread.

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Thank you and also for the

Thank you and also for the Link,


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FYI - I have escalated this

FYI - I have escalated this problem with Nvidia directly;

 


Hello,

Your case is being escalated to our Level 2 Tech Support group.  The Level 2 agents will review the case notes and may attempt to recreate your issue or find a workaround solution if possible.  As this process may take some time we ask that you be patient and a Level 2 tech will contact you as soon they can to help resolve your issue.

Best Regards,

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Customer By CSS Web (xxxx xxxxx) (12/16/2018 07:53 AM)


I have attached the application dump files the system generates when trying to run the Einstein@home task. It generated 9 of these in the very short space of time I allowed it to run. If you need the other 5 let me know.

 

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gandolph1 wrote:FYI - I have

gandolph1 wrote:

FYI - I have escalated this problem with Nvidia directly;

 


Hello,

Your case is being escalated to our Level 2 Tech Support group.  The Level 2 agents will review the case notes and may attempt to recreate your issue or find a workaround solution if possible.  As this process may take some time we ask that you be patient and a Level 2 tech will contact you as soon they can to help resolve your issue.

Best Regards,

NVIDIA Customer Care

 


Customer By CSS Web (xxxx xxxxx) (12/16/2018 07:53 AM)

I have attached the application dump files the system generates when trying to run the Einstein@home task. It generated 9 of these in the very short space of time I allowed it to run. If you need the other 5 let me know.

 

 

Awesome.  There are a couple other BOINC projects we could report these issues to as well.  It's not just isolated here at Einstein.  Where did you report this on Nvidia.com?  Forums I'm guessing?

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No - I actually created a

No - I actually created a service ticket with Nvidia support, and then worked with their tech's.  So far I have heard nothing from the level 2 group though...

 

 

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417.35 nvidia driver using a

417.35 nvidia driver using a evga ultra 2070 video card, Einstein no longer working under this driver. However if I go back to any previous driver, works fine.

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williamd007 wrote:417.35

williamd007 wrote:
417.35 nvidia driver using a evga ultra 2070 video card, Einstein no longer working under this driver. However if I go back to any previous driver, works fine.

Thank you for the report.  I've added your 2070 host to my list of Turing hosts failing on the Einstein Gamma-Ray Pulsar tasks of some file series, including those currently being issued from file 2005L.

However I'm puzzled by your report that it works fine with any previous driver.  The current task log for that host shows zero valid results, over a hundred failures of the same type reported by other Turing cards, and a handful of aborts.

I suspect that if you previously enjoyed success (too long ago for the tasks still to be reported in the task list), it was with tasks from a different file.  For example, tasks made from file 1027L and others in that series have consisted worked on Turing with all Turing drivers, while tasks from file 104R and others in that series have always failed, as have tasks from the current 2005L and others in that series.  I doubt you are observing a driver dependence.

With your report added, my list of Turing hosts failing at Einstein now has thirteen members, with three each of RTX 2070 and 2080 Ti, and the rest RTX 2080.

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archae86 wrote:williamd007

archae86 wrote:
williamd007 wrote:
417.35 nvidia driver using a evga ultra 2070 video card, Einstein no longer working under this driver. However if I go back to any previous driver, works fine.

Thank you for the report.  I've added your 2070 host to my list of Turing hosts failing on the Einstein Gamma-Ray Pulsar tasks of some file series, including those currently being issued from file 2005L.

However I'm puzzled by your report that it works fine with any previous driver.  The current task log for that host shows zero valid results, over a hundred failures of the same type reported by other Turing cards, and a handful of aborts.

I suspect that if you previously enjoyed success (too long ago for the tasks still to be reported in the task list), it was with tasks from a different file.  For example, tasks made from file 1027L and others in that series have consisted worked on Turing with all Turing drivers, while tasks from file 104R and others in that series have always failed, as have tasks from the current 2005L and others in that series.  I doubt you are observing a driver dependence.

With your report added, my list of Turing hosts failing at Einstein now has thirteen members, with three each of RTX 2070 and 2080 Ti, and the rest RTX 2080.

 

Make sure I'm on that list :)  RTX 2080 fails with the new data sets.

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Penguin wrote:Make sure I'm

Penguin wrote:
Make sure I'm on that list :)  RTX 2080 fails with the new data sets.

Yes, you have this row in my table:

143397

Penguin

12614077

2080

Windows 10

417.22

williamd007
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I was running amicable

I was running amicable numbers on that computer when I upgraded the video driver. In the past I had run Einstein on that puter with the 2070. So upgraded across all my systems, tried Einstein on the 2070 failed, rebooted twice, continue to fail. Tried  primegrid and amicable on it, they were ok.

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