No processor usage when using Fermi class display adapter

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Message 1281064 - Posted: 7 Sep 2012, 16:19:39 UTC

Since I installed my GTX 560 Ti I no longer receive work for my other processors. How can I fix this? I have four processors doing nothing while my adpater is heating up the room.


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Message 1281074 - Posted: 7 Sep 2012, 16:52:09 UTC

A fairly normal situation. BOINC works by trying to make sure your most capable processor gets fed preferentially. In your case the 560 is probably doing as much work in a few hours as your four CPU cores can do in a day.
As a guide I estimate that my CPU is doing about 600 credits per core per day - say 3,600 in total, and my GTX460 something in the region of 15,000.


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Message 1281121 - Posted: 7 Sep 2012, 18:29:52 UTC - in response to Message 1281074.

Thanks. I appreciate the response.

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