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1) Message boards : Number crunching : 2012 Ultimate Cruncher "PC"? (Message 1186411)
Posted 19 Jan 2012 by Profile SilentObserver64
Chassis Model: Black OPS HailStorm Cryo-TEC Edition
Exterior Finish: - Standard Factory Finish
Trim Accents: - Standard Factory Finish
Processor: Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition 3960X 3.3GHz (Six-Core) (Extreme Performance)(Overclocking Info Below)
Motherboard: ASUS Rampage IV Extreme X79 (Intel X79 Chipset) (Features USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gb/s)
System Memory: 16GB DDR3 2000MHz Corsair Dominator GT with DHX (High-Performance)
Power Supply: 1200W Corsair Pro Gold Series (CMPSU-1200AX) (Dual/Triple/Quad SLI Compatible)
Expansion Bay: Dual Solid State Hard Drive Hot Swap Bay
Hard Drive Set 1: Operating System: 2x (250GB Solid State (By: Intel) (Model: 510 Series) (Extreme Performance)
Set 1 Raid Options: Configure HDD Set 1 to a Raid 1 Config - Mirror (Requires Two HDDs)
Hard Drive Set 2: Multimedia\Data: 2x (250GB Solid State (By: Intel) (Model: 510 Series) (Extreme Performance)
Hard Drive Set 3: Backup\Misc.: 2x (250GB Solid State (By: Intel) (Model: 510 Series) (Extreme Performance)
Optical Drive 1: Blu-Ray & DVD Writer/Reader (Burn + Play Blu-Ray & DVDs) (12x BD-R) (Lite-On iHBS112)
Optical Drive 2: Blu-Ray & DVD Writer/Reader (Burn + Play Blu-Ray & DVDs) (12x BD-R) (Lite-On iHBS112)
Internet Access: !PROMOTION: Killer 2100 (Optimized for Online Gaming) Lag and Latency Reduction
Video Card(s): 2x SLI Dual (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580x2 3GB (Asus MARS II Edition) (MARS II/2DIS/3GD5)
Sound Card: Auzen X-Fi Hometheater HD 7.1 (Model: AZTHTHD02817) (PCI-Express Slot Based)
Extreme Cooling: Digital Storm Cryo-TEC CPU System & Chipset + Triple Video Cards Liquid Cooling (Keeps Temps At Or Below Zero Degrees Celsius)
Chassis Airflow: Upgraded Chassis With LED Performance Fans (Red) (Can Install Up to 6 Fans)
Internal Lighting: Internal Chassis Lighting System (Red)
Enhancements: Strike-X AeroCool Temperature Display & Fan Controller
Chassis Mods: HailStorm & 950Si: Processor & Video Card Area: Drill and Mount Two Side Window 120mm Fan Blow-Holes
Noise Reduction: Noise Suppression Package Stage 2 (Optimized Airflow & Fan Speeds with Noise Dampening Material)
CPU Boost: Stage 2: Overclock CPU to 4.8GHz
Graphics Boost: Overclocked video cards of choice as much as possible with complete stability
Memory Boost: Overclocked memory of choice as much as possible with complete stability
OS Boost: Disabled and tweaked all of the non-crucial services on the operating system
Windows OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (64-Bit Edition)
Recovery Tools: Windows Recovery Toolkit (Bundled with Windows 7 CD)
Display: NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Setup (3x Triple Asus 3D Panels 23 inch VG236H (Includes 3D Glasses)
Surge Shield: APC 1500VA Uninterruptible Backup Surge Conditioner (Recommended)
Speakers: Corsair High-power 2.1 System (Includes Subwoofer) (CA-SP211NA)
Keyboard: Logitech G19 Gaming Keyboard (USB) (920-000969)
Mouse: Razer TRON (Laser 5600 dpi) (Gaming Mouse) (USB Wired)

Price: Digital Storm Desktop - $16,220.00 - $18,356 USD (Not Including Shipping)

That would be an ultimate cruncher, and gamer.........


An Example Of This Beast (Mostly The Cooling System)
2) Message boards : Cafe SETI : The Ultimate Machine: Just A Little Dreaming..... (Message 1179745)
Posted 21 Dec 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
OK. A lot of dreaming, lol. Was just doing some browsing, and came across a website I had never heard of or seen before, and to be honest, was quite impressed with what they had and the technology used. Below is a list of a computer design I was playing around with just to give you an idea. I wish I had the money to by this super extreme beast of a machine.

Chassis Model: Special Deal Hot Seller - Black OPS HailStorm Cryo-TEC Edition
Exterior Finish: - Standard Factory Finish
Trim Accents: - Standard Factory Finish
Processor: Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition 3960X 3.3GHz (Six-Core) (Extreme Performance)(Overclocking Info Below)
Motherboard: ASUS Rampage IV Extreme X79 (Intel X79 Chipset) (Features USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gb/s)
System Memory: 16GB DDR3 2000MHz Corsair Dominator GT with DHX (High-Performance)
Power Supply: 1200W Corsair Pro Gold Series (CMPSU-1200AX) (Dual/Triple/Quad SLI Compatible)
Expansion Bay: Dual Solid State Hard Drive Hot Swap Bay
Hard Drive Set 1: Operating System: 2x (250GB Solid State (By: Intel) (Model: 510 Series) (Extreme Performance)
Set 1 Raid Options: Configure HDD Set 1 to a Raid 1 Config - Mirror (Requires Two HDDs)
Hard Drive Set 2: Multimedia\Data: 2x (250GB Solid State (By: Intel) (Model: 510 Series) (Extreme Performance)
Hard Drive Set 3: Backup\Misc.: 2x (250GB Solid State (By: Intel) (Model: 510 Series) (Extreme Performance)
Optical Drive 1: Blu-Ray & DVD Writer/Reader (Burn + Play Blu-Ray & DVDs) (12x BD-R) (Lite-On iHBS112)
Optical Drive 2: Blu-Ray & DVD Writer/Reader (Burn + Play Blu-Ray & DVDs) (12x BD-R) (Lite-On iHBS112)
Internet Access: !PROMOTION: Killer 2100 (Optimized for Online Gaming) Lag and Latency Reduction
Video Card(s): 2x SLI Dual (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580x2 3GB (Asus MARS II Edition) (MARS II/2DIS/3GD5)
Add-on Card: - No Thanks
Sound Card: Auzen X-Fi Hometheater HD 7.1 (Model: AZTHTHD02817) (PCI-Express Slot Based)
Extreme Cooling: Digital Storm Cryo-TEC CPU System & Chipset + Triple Video Cards Liquid Cooling
Chassis Airflow: Upgrade Chassis With LED Performance Fans (Red) (Up to 6 Fans)
Internal Lighting: Internal Chassis Lighting System (Red)
Enhancements: Strike-X AeroCool Temperature Display & Fan Controller (Requires Chassis Airflow Upgrade)
Chassis Mods: HailStorm & 950Si: Processor & Video Card Area: Drill and Mount Two Side Window 120mm Fan Blow-Holes
Noise Reduction: Noise Suppression Package Stage 2 (Optimized Airflow & Fan Speeds with Noise Dampening Material)
CPU Boost: Stage 2: Overclock CPU 4.5GHz to 4.8GHz (Requires Pro or Deluxe Series Motherboard)
Graphics Boost: Yes, Overclock the video card(s) as much as possible with complete stability
Memory Boost: Memory Fan Kit Only (Does not include memory overclocking service)
OS Boost: Yes, Disable and tweak all of the non-crucial services on the operating system
Windows OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (64-Bit Edition)
Recovery Tools: Windows Recovery Toolkit (Bundled with Windows 7 CD)
Display: NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Setup (3x Triple Asus 3D Panels 23 inch VG236H (Includes 3D Glasses)
Surge Shield: APC 1500VA Uninterruptible Backup Surge Conditioner (Recommended)
Speakers: Corsair High-power 2.1 System (Includes Subwoofer) (CA-SP211NA)
Keyboard: Logitech G19 Gaming Keyboard (USB) (920-000969)
Mouse: Razer TRON (Laser 5600 dpi) (Gaming Mouse) (USB Wired)
Warranty: Life-time Expert Customer Care with 6 Year Limited Warranty

Digital Storm Desktop 332785 - $16,520.00

PROMOTION: 10% Discount of $1,836 Applied to Digital Storm Desktop 332785, Original Price $18,356
-- PROMOTIONAL LIMITED TIME BONUS DISCOUNT: $300.00
-- PROMOTIONAL LIMITED TIME 1 YEAR WARRANTY UPGRADE ($99 VALUE)
Sub-Total: $16,220.00
(Sadly, that doesn't even include the shipping costs.)


Like I said, one can dream. Here's a link to the website:

Digital Storm

(Some of thier selling points)

Below 0°C Temperatures - The Cryo-TEC system lowers processor temperatures below 0°C, maximizing overclocking performance and stability. Designed and tested over months of research by the industry's most performance focused engineering team, the Cryo-TEC system is specifically designed for enthusiasts and hardcore gamers who are driven by the pursuit of more performance and power.

Thermo-Electric Cooling - At the heart of the Cryo-TEC system are thermo-electric modules that are able to chill the copper CPU side below 0°C. By placing the processor in direct contact with the thermo-electric cold plate, the Cryo-TEC system is more efficient in lowering processor temperatures below 0°C and increasing overclocking performance. It out-classes and out-performs standard liquid cooling systems with its incredible design and it can only be found exclusively at Digital Storm.

Maximum Overclocking - The Cryo-TEC's tremendous cooling ability makes it an ideal choice for enthusiasts looking to maximize their overclocking potential. By reducing hardware temperatures so drastically, the Cryo-TEC allows hardware to be overclocked more aggressively than ever before. In addition, its superior cooling abilities prolong the life of overclocked hardware by keeping their temperature under load equivalent to their temperature under stock speeds.

Designed for Enthusiasts - The most stunning characteristic of the Cryo-TEC system is its ability to provide below 0°C temperatures. The only other commercially available systems that can boast these statistics are phase change units. Large, bulky, and often located outside the computer, these units cannot compare to the Cryo-TEC's compactness and automated control system that regulates fan-speed and liquid temperature on the fly leaving you worry free and able to enjoy your gaming system.
3) Message boards : Number crunching : 8 CPU's (Message 1179337)
Posted 19 Dec 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
That would be correct. The 8 cores you see are actually 4 cores, each split into 2 logical cores, from the results of HTT or Hyperthreading. Here is a link on Hyperthreading that will help better clarify what it is you are seeing.
4) Message boards : Number crunching : ?'s About Crossfire X: Twice As Good Or Wasted Efforts? (Message 1179289)
Posted 19 Dec 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
In light of a current post, ATI Catalyst Driver 11.12 , despite the initial reports from the Lunatics Windows Installer v0.39 release notes , it would appear that the current drivers seem to be doing better than expected, without the problems they said the ATI drivers would have (not compatable with current Installer Version). So it looks like I can keep my current driver version, which is great, but I still haven't had time, to be honest, to setup and run BOINC yet on my "Big Rig". I did however, setup and installed current Lunatics installer on 2 of the other machines I have it running on. They do initially appear to be running better, with better times, but I haven't again, had time to sit down and compare recent WU's with previous WU's to be sure. With the holidays coming up, I've been working more and more, because my employee's have been taking time off. I am a supervisor for a homeland security classified chemical plant, and in this business, we need 24/7 coverage. I unfortuneatly am bound to my duties here to work any needed hours on top of my regular hours to ensure that coverage is kept, and we are already understaffed as it is, so you can imagine the stress I am under, and why I haven't had time. However, that doesn't mean that I'm still not interested in these projects, because I will eventually find the time to apply these apps and turn them on again for my "Big Rig". So, anyone running ATI HD cards (preferably HD5X and up), please let me know your current setups, or how well they are working for you. If your running the dual ATI setup or some combo of it, please post your current configurations, and results of that configuration, so that I may also do the same, after figuring out, hopefully with your help, what the best setup is. Thanks in advance, and happy holidays to everyone who celebrates them. SilentObserver64.
5) Message boards : Number crunching : ?'s About Crossfire X: Twice As Good Or Wasted Efforts? (Message 1174558)
Posted 29 Nov 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
Just read the realease notes, as well, on the new Lunatics App 0.39. Now I am running current 11.11 drivers, so I guess I am going to have to uninstall them completely and then install an older 11.xx Catalyst, but the question is, which one? 11.02 or 11.03? Not sure from quickly browsing through the post. This, however, does raise some concerns for me in terms of stability and the bugs from the older apps. I'm wondering how this is going to effect my machine as a whole, not just with BOINC. I don't wanna fry anything or get constant BSOD's. Another question is, can I use current Crossfire X profiles with an older catalyst version?
6) Message boards : Number crunching : ?'s About Crossfire X: Twice As Good Or Wasted Efforts? (Message 1174551)
Posted 29 Nov 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
Run the Lunatics installer 0.39 first and finnish a couple work units.
Will look into your results afterwards and tell you what to change.

Mike


Sounds like a plan. Soon as I get a chance to do that, I'll run a couple WU's and then I'll repost here for input.
7) Message boards : Number crunching : ?'s About Crossfire X: Twice As Good Or Wasted Efforts? (Message 1174542)
Posted 29 Nov 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
I was actually thinking of doing a before and after with Lunatics App 0.38 and 0.39
8) Message boards : Number crunching : ?'s About Crossfire X: Twice As Good Or Wasted Efforts? (Message 1174534)
Posted 29 Nov 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
Thanks everyone for their input. Sorry it took me so long to get back to everyone. Been a busy last week at work and at home.

So, knowing the variables are very diverse in the sense of hardware, and software, it isn't impossible, but definitely difficult to say for sure what is the best setup, to run the best times, and to see which of these setups would be most productive. So in light of that, I am going to rehash some of my variables on what I am using.

(Edit) - Windows OS: Win 7 Pro 64Bit

Motherboard: MSI 890FXA-GD65 Military Class - Link To MSI 890FXA-GD65 Specs
(May possibly upgrade MB to an AM3+ Gaming MB for the new AMD FX-8150 Zambezi 8 Core Processor) - Link to AMD FX-8150

Processor: AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition OC'd @ 3.6 GHz (Once I get water cooler, will OC to 4.2GHz Stable)

Video Cards: (2) XFX - ATI Radeon HD 6770 1GB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.1 OC'd to 905MHz Core Clock and 1225Mhz Memory Clock - Link To Video Card Specs

RAM: Since I'm not at my computer at the moment I don't have specifics, but I have 14 Gigs Ram DDR3 OC'ed @ 1402MHz or so. (Using 2 Kingston 4GB Sticks, 1 PNY 4GB stick, and a 2GB stick. I hate mixing them up like that but, money has been tight lately.)

Now I do use GPU-Z, so I can check the load and temps of each core.

How should I run my tests to find out which setup is best for me?

How should I mod the appinfo? (I can't tell you currently what I have set it to, because I am not at home, but I do know how to make the changes. What I need are the numbers to change it to with each test.)

I am using Lunatics App Version 0.38 currently.

I am not extreme technical savvy when it comes to BOINC or it's projects, because I have yet to study how it works 100%, but I am pretty smart with computers, so forgive me if I seem to ask simple questions as I learn this stuff. We all have to start somewhere.

If you need any other info, just let me know. Thanks in advance for your time and patience, as well as your help.
9) Message boards : Number crunching : ?'s About Crossfire X: Twice As Good Or Wasted Efforts? (Message 1173236)
Posted 23 Nov 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
I know this has probably been covered, blogged, and asked a million times, but with all the hardware and software changes that have been made to the GPU's, BOINC clients, and modified clients, in the recent months, I just wanted to get a fresh take on the subject. I'm hoping I can get some insight on this, possibly something I don't already know, however, I am going to pretend I know nothing, in hopes of learning something new. Now granted I have not run my scream machine (with BOINC) that I built a couple months ago in about a month, because of some projects I have been working on, but I have recently installed a second video card. I am now running two ATI Radeon HD 6770's in a Crossfire X setup. My first guess is that SETI@Home and Beta will see these as two seperate cards, and theoretically run two Astro WU's (Also assuming I start crunching WU's again on my scream machine). Is there any way to set them to run the same WU, so that it crunches twice as fast? If yes or even no, should I set a percentage of a core, all of a single core, or 2 cores to run this dual vid card setup? (I'm running an AMD Phenom II x6 @ 3.7+GHz currently, with 14Gigs DDR3 (Unganged) RAM @ 1537MHz I believe. Doing this from memory since I am currently at work.) Does anyone have a Crossfire X profile mod, or know the coding for the SETI appinfo that I would need to maybe make it work as one unit, assuming that this is even possible? What are the pro's and con's of running a dual vid card setup with SETI@Home and Beta? What project may best benefit from a dual card setup, or any that may utilize a Crossfire X setup? I may possibly have more questions, but this is enough to get started with. Thanks in advance for anyone who helps with this issue.
10) Message boards : Number crunching : Cons Vs. Pros - BOINC Manager(s) (Message 1154216)
Posted 20 Sep 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
That's kinda what I was looking for HAL. I am currently running only those same two projects on this computer, and was looking to do something similar. Thanks for the heads up.
11) Message boards : Team Recruitment Center : Recruiting All Members - The Silent Observers! (Message 1153706)
Posted 18 Sep 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
This is a team of people that accept all from abroad, no matter the project, no matter the nation or country of origin, willing to put forth all that unused processor time, for a cause that may prove to be one of the most major scientific discoveries ever known to the planet Earth. From the creation of time travel, to life elsewhere from another solar system, to who knows, as long as there is that possibility that something good could come from helping a cause whether it's truly understood or not. Welcome, everyone, and please join this team, if you share similar views, or would like to add to them. Date created: 8/21/10

We are a BOINC-Wide Team. If you are part of a project, that does not yet have our team on it, please e-mail me, and I will create one for you.

Web site: http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/team_display.php?teamid=141273
12) Message boards : Number crunching : Cons Vs. Pros - BOINC Manager(s) (Message 1153697)
Posted 18 Sep 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
What would be the cons and pros of having one project running per BOINC Manager vs. running all projects from one BOINC Manager? Will the memory, disk space, and system resources be too great a loss, to be efficient, if you ran each project seperately (Lets just start with 2 projects for this question/theory)? If you were to run 2 Managers (assuming it would not potentially affect you much), would the versions have to be different, or could they be the same? If you ran 2 Managers, would you have to create different directories for them (I assume that's how you do it), and in doing so, would this affect the allowed amount of cache, and other settings, from the projects, that you are allowed to have? (Just asking a few of many questions, to give an idea of what I am looking for.)
13) Message boards : Number crunching : get no work for ATI GPU (Message 1152916)
Posted 16 Sep 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
I haven't gotten anything at all in over a week. They have only sent me 4 total. Wonder what gives?

Edit: Referring to ATI GPU.
14) Message boards : Number crunching : Slow Crunching!!! Am I Doing Something Wrong? (Message 1151624)
Posted 13 Sep 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
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What if I increased the cache size (16MB in and 16 MB out)? Would that help, or hinder?

I don't understand what cache you're referencing.
Joe



The FFA Block and FFA Block Fetch.
15) Message boards : Number crunching : Slow Crunching!!! Am I Doing Something Wrong? (Message 1151526)
Posted 12 Sep 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
RAC at either project is nearly meaningless at this point, since the computer has only been in use for a week or so.

The best indication now on how well the CPU is doing is to compare its performance against wingmates. WU 3526282 at Beta, for instance, matched your CPU against an Intel core i7 975 apparently running with hyperthreading on. There's no way to know if that i7 is overclocked or not, though, and it being ~7% faster on that one WU is probably within the range of variation caused by other tasks being done on the system.

In particular, your computer was probably doing 6 nearly identical VHAR tasks at that time, the i7 had a mix of work. It has been known for a long time that doing multiple VHAR tasks causes noticeable slowdown even on dual core CPUs, likely because VHAR tasks spend a larger fraction of the run time doing chirps and FFTs, both of which involve an 8 MiB input array and 8 MiB output array. IOW, even with relatively large cache there has to be a lot of transferring to/from RAM, and with multiple cores there's a lot of contention for both cache and RAM access.

All in all, I think your CPU is doing quite well. The next level of overclocking when you get the new cooler installed will certainly improve that more, but don't be surprised if a 9% further overclock (3.66 -> 4.0 GHz.) increases crunching performance less. Seeing if you can increase memory bandwidth might be helpful.
Joe


Thanks for the help on that one. I have been thinking about buying new RAM, faster, capable of better bandwidths. Also when I OC, I always increase the bandwidth of my memory to help compensate for the faster CPU, and though I have to lower the NB and "Hyperthreading" slightly, I try and keep those as high as possible too, and still be stable. What if I increased the cache size (16MB in and 16 MB out)? Would that help, or hinder?
16) Message boards : Number crunching : Slow Crunching!!! Am I Doing Something Wrong? (Message 1151446)
Posted 12 Sep 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
Ahh. Didn't realize that. Makes sense now that I think about it. Thanks for tip.
17) Message boards : Number crunching : Slow Crunching!!! Am I Doing Something Wrong? (Message 1151441)
Posted 12 Sep 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
I'm not sure Beta is ever short of work like the main project is at the moment. I was running S@H and Beta on a 4 core machines and I wanted 25% to Beta. However sometimes enough work would build up in Beta that it wasn't able to download any S@H work. My resource share setting are S@H 100 Beta 4. Since it wasn't working like I wanted I decided to run two instances of BOINC on that machine. With one instances limited to 3 CPU's and the other limited to 1. That way if the main project runs out of work it won't fill the queue up with Beta work.

Edit: Also what I meant about patience is that that machine shows it was "created" Sept. 5th 2011. When you said "I should be pushing near 10x that" you should know that your RAC will climb over time and you won't see anything near your average for a few weeks. Some say a few months.


I understand. Thanks for the input. I will change the settings ASAP. Right now I'm at work, so I can change resources from here, but I can't change the overides currently in place over the preferences from the site. Thanks HAL9000.

I also cut back on my cache by alot. I didn't realize it was still set at 7 days from the initial start up of BETA, and S@H has been set at 7 days for years, because I was on the move a lot and didn't know when I would be able to reconnect to the internet. Changed cache to .5 days for Beta now, and changed S@H to 3 days. Thanks as well, Richard.
18) Message boards : Number crunching : Slow Crunching!!! Am I Doing Something Wrong? (Message 1151433)
Posted 12 Sep 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
I do have patience, just thought I would/should be cranking out a bit more than I am currently for this computer. If the case is just a need for patience, then I can do that easily enough. Resources are set to 50/50, with project switches at 60 minute intervals. Should I change this to 75% S@H and 25% S@H Beta?

S@H Stats for SilentObserver Computer:
State: All (107) | In progress (71) | Pending (33) | Valid (2) | Invalid (0) | Error (1)
Application: All (107) | Astropulse v5 (0) | Astropulse v505 (0) | SETI@home (0) | SETI@home Enhanced (107)

S@H Beta Stats for SilentObserver Computer:
State: All (682) | In progress (357) | Pending (153) | Valid (168) | Invalid (0) | Error (4)
Application: All (682) | AstroPulse (1) | AstroPulse Alpha (0) | SETI@home Enhanced (0) | SETI@home v7 (681)
19) Message boards : Number crunching : Slow Crunching!!! Am I Doing Something Wrong? (Message 1151427)
Posted 12 Sep 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
I know that I should be crunching a lot more than I am. Not just for S@H but also for S@H Beta. I know my ATI Radeon HD 6770 isn't the greatest, but not bad either at crunching. My complaint however is with my CPU. I have an AMD Phenom II x6 Black Edition running currently at 3.66GHZ (will up that soon as I get my CPU cooler). S@H RAC currently is at 131.00. S@H Beta RAC is at 1,200.91 (currently, directly from S@H Beta Website). I know darn well, I should be pushing near 10x that. I'm using the most current version's of both projects, and using the most current version (I believe 0.38) Lunatics app with S@H. What do I need to change to fix this? Do I need to change something in the appinfo? Do I need to change project versions? ATI's are known for data crunching, so I must be doing something wrong.
20) Message boards : Number crunching : What Kind Of RAC Should I Expect? (Message 1151398)
Posted 12 Sep 2011 by Profile SilentObserver64
For ATI apps you always have to change number of instances and count values.
All apps are OpenCL versions.
Not only for astropulse.

-instances_per_device 2
count 0.5

for running 2 paralell.

-instances_per_device 3
count 0.33

for 3
and so on.



Thanks as well Mike.


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