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Message 2010579 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 0:23:54 UTC

1070ti windows, seti sog apps very slow
Should I be using the sog apps?
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Message 2010581 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 0:29:49 UTC

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(16 processors) NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti (4095MB) driver: 436.15 OpenCL: 1.2
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Message 2010587 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 0:50:32 UTC - in response to Message 2010581.  

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All I see are your attempts to use that RX 5700XT card that erroring out all tasks. You cannot use any RX 5700 card for compute currently on any project. The OpenCL drivers are broken.
https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=84508

You need to remove that card from crunching immediately. You are polluting the databases of all your projects.
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Message 2010588 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 0:51:27 UTC

For starters, get rid of that RX 5700 XT with its flaky drivers (its doing nothing other than producing garbage and incorrect results) and you'll likely find that your 1070 Ti times will improve instead of wasting CPU cycles on that 5700 XT, also be sure that you're reserving a CPU core for each GPU task that you're running on the 1070 Ti.

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Message 2010591 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 1:05:26 UTC - in response to Message 2010588.  

For starters, get rid of that RX 5700 XT with its flaky drivers (its doing nothing other than producing garbage and incorrect results) and you'll likely find that your 1070 Ti times will improve instead of wasting CPU cycles on that 5700 XT, also be sure that you're reserving a CPU core for each GPU task that you're running on the 1070 Ti.

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Removed the amd card, the 1070 ti is still very slow been sitting at 0.4% for 1 hour and 30 minutes
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Message 2010592 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 1:06:07 UTC - in response to Message 2010591.  

For starters, get rid of that RX 5700 XT with its flaky drivers (its doing nothing other than producing garbage and incorrect results) and you'll likely find that your 1070 Ti times will improve instead of wasting CPU cycles on that 5700 XT, also be sure that you're reserving a CPU core for each GPU task that you're running on the 1070 Ti.

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Removed the amd card, the 1070 ti is still very slow been sitting at 0.4% for 1 hour and 30 minutes

1 cpu core left for the gpu.
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Message 2010593 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 1:08:27 UTC - in response to Message 2010592.  

For starters, get rid of that RX 5700 XT with its flaky drivers (its doing nothing other than producing garbage and incorrect results) and you'll likely find that your 1070 Ti times will improve instead of wasting CPU cycles on that 5700 XT, also be sure that you're reserving a CPU core for each GPU task that you're running on the 1070 Ti.

Cheers.



Removed the amd card, the 1070 ti is still very slow been sitting at 0.4% for 1 hour and 30 minutes

1 cpu core left for the gpu.


Sorry I dont know how to edit here. Lookin at GPUZ, gpu is sitting at 1% usage. Seems like it not running the work.
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Message 2010596 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 1:15:44 UTC - in response to Message 2010593.  

The Nvidia 436 drivers are broken also. You need to revert to earlier drivers.
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Message 2010598 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 1:17:36 UTC - in response to Message 2010593.  

For starters, get rid of that RX 5700 XT with its flaky drivers (its doing nothing other than producing garbage and incorrect results) and you'll likely find that your 1070 Ti times will improve instead of wasting CPU cycles on that 5700 XT, also be sure that you're reserving a CPU core for each GPU task that you're running on the 1070 Ti.

Cheers.



Removed the amd card, the 1070 ti is still very slow been sitting at 0.4% for 1 hour and 30 minutes

1 cpu core left for the gpu.


Sorry I dont know how to edit here. Lookin at GPUZ, gpu is sitting at 1% usage. Seems like it not running the work.
The 436.15 OpenCL: 1.2 driver that you're using has problems with certain types of w/u's so roll it back to an earlier version.

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Message 2010599 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 1:29:37 UTC - in response to Message 2010598.  

For starters, get rid of that RX 5700 XT with its flaky drivers (its doing nothing other than producing garbage and incorrect results) and you'll likely find that your 1070 Ti times will improve instead of wasting CPU cycles on that 5700 XT, also be sure that you're reserving a CPU core for each GPU task that you're running on the 1070 Ti.

Cheers.



Removed the amd card, the 1070 ti is still very slow been sitting at 0.4% for 1 hour and 30 minutes

1 cpu core left for the gpu.


Sorry I dont know how to edit here. Lookin at GPUZ, gpu is sitting at 1% usage. Seems like it not running the work.
The 436.15 OpenCL: 1.2 driver that you're using has problems with certain types of w/u's so roll it back to an earlier version.

Cheers.


Thanks guys, how many wu can I run on this gpu? or recommended?
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Message 2010600 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 1:32:12 UTC - in response to Message 2010599.  

For starters, get rid of that RX 5700 XT with its flaky drivers (its doing nothing other than producing garbage and incorrect results) and you'll likely find that your 1070 Ti times will improve instead of wasting CPU cycles on that 5700 XT, also be sure that you're reserving a CPU core for each GPU task that you're running on the 1070 Ti.

Cheers.



Removed the amd card, the 1070 ti is still very slow been sitting at 0.4% for 1 hour and 30 minutes

1 cpu core left for the gpu.


Sorry I dont know how to edit here. Lookin at GPUZ, gpu is sitting at 1% usage. Seems like it not running the work.
The 436.15 OpenCL: 1.2 driver that you're using has problems with certain types of w/u's so roll it back to an earlier version.

Cheers.


Thanks guys, how many wu can I run on this gpu? or recommended?

What cmd lines should I use ?
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Message 2010605 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 2:02:37 UTC - in response to Message 2010600.  

For starters, get rid of that RX 5700 XT with its flaky drivers (its doing nothing other than producing garbage and incorrect results) and you'll likely find that your 1070 Ti times will improve instead of wasting CPU cycles on that 5700 XT, also be sure that you're reserving a CPU core for each GPU task that you're running on the 1070 Ti.

Cheers.



Removed the amd card, the 1070 ti is still very slow been sitting at 0.4% for 1 hour and 30 minutes

1 cpu core left for the gpu.


Sorry I dont know how to edit here. Lookin at GPUZ, gpu is sitting at 1% usage. Seems like it not running the work.
The 436.15 OpenCL: 1.2 driver that you're using has problems with certain types of w/u's so roll it back to an earlier version.

Cheers.


Thanks guys, how many wu can I run on this gpu? or recommended?

What cmd lines should I use ?

Look in the command line thread. No more than two in my opinion.
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Message 2010613 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 7:53:21 UTC

I think there is more than one thing wrong with that computer - don't worry about how many tasks to run on on the GPU until you've sorted out the other problems.
First the driver for the GPU appears to one that gives invalid results - roll back to version 430 - Wiggo has already suggested this, but the "invalid" rate says it is still lurking around (or at least parts of it are still lurking). Get the driver from the nVidia site, do a "clean" installation - this is accessed from the "advanced" button (which is quite often not very visible), do not select "nVidia Experience" as that will try to install the latest drivers or at least nag you to do so.

Second the times show that the GPU is being starved of GPU support, with clock time being about double GPU running time - they should be more or less equal. The simplest way of doing this is to use the "Use at most x% of cores" setting from the BOINC GUI, being a Windows machine I would set this figure to give one core for the operating system and one for each GPU task you are running. The loss in CPU processing will be more than compensated for by the huge increase in GPU performance.
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Message 2010622 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 11:51:12 UTC - in response to Message 2010613.  

I think there is more than one thing wrong with that computer - don't worry about how many tasks to run on on the GPU until you've sorted out the other problems.
First the driver for the GPU appears to one that gives invalid results - roll back to version 430 - Wiggo has already suggested this, but the "invalid" rate says it is still lurking around (or at least parts of it are still lurking). Get the driver from the nVidia site, do a "clean" installation - this is accessed from the "advanced" button (which is quite often not very visible), do not select "nVidia Experience" as that will try to install the latest drivers or at least nag you to do so.

Second the times show that the GPU is being starved of GPU support, with clock time being about double GPU running time - they should be more or less equal. The simplest way of doing this is to use the "Use at most x% of cores" setting from the BOINC GUI, being a Windows machine I would set this figure to give one core for the operating system and one for each GPU task you are running. The loss in CPU processing will be more than compensated for by the huge increase in GPU performance.


I already rolled back to 430 and reserved cpu cores for the gpu.
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Message 2010637 - Posted: 4 Sep 2019, 13:47:38 UTC - in response to Message 2010622.  
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Something is just Not right with that machine, the times are much too slow. My first guess would be the driver since you rolled back from a newer version. Sometimes the Older driver will not replace some parts of a newer driver. Even if you used DDU to completely remove the newer driver first, I'd try it again. Make sure to use DDU to completely remove the driver, and then reinstall the older driver, https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html

BTW, your other machine with the 2070 is Still showing massive CPU over-commitment,
Computer ID: 8765031
Run time: 2 hours 17 min 32 sec
CPU time: 1 hours 42 min 41 sec
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Message 2010700 - Posted: 5 Sep 2019, 2:22:31 UTC - in response to Message 2010637.  

Something is just Not right with that machine, the times are much too slow. My first guess would be the driver since you rolled back from a newer version. Sometimes the Older driver will not replace some parts of a newer driver. Even if you used DDU to completely remove the newer driver first, I'd try it again. Make sure to use DDU to completely remove the driver, and then reinstall the older driver, https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html

BTW, your other machine with the 2070 is Still showing massive CPU over-commitment,
Computer ID: 8765031
Run time: 2 hours 17 min 32 sec
CPU time: 1 hours 42 min 41 sec


Used that tool to remove and reinstall older drive
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Message 2010701 - Posted: 5 Sep 2019, 2:33:52 UTC

I have no idea what you are doing there, but it isn't good as your GPU times on that GPU are now absolutely abysmal.

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Message 2010718 - Posted: 5 Sep 2019, 6:01:39 UTC - in response to Message 2010591.  

Removed the amd card, the 1070 ti is still very slow been sitting at 0.4% for 1 hour and 30 minutes
You did remove those AMD Drivers also, right?
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