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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/16 06:50:27 (permalink)
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Happy to be playing with Core 22 again, sorry I confused the you.



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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/16 07:52:23 (permalink)
I have been playing with it myself as well and haven't had as much trouble now as I did earlier with it.

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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/17 04:29:38 (permalink)
Is it mainly for Windows, or also for Linux?
I've seen projects in Linux causing the 2080Ti to hit 3.3M PPD as well on the old core, but I think that project wasn't calibrated very well. This was a few months ago, but lately I've seen more 2.09-2.13M PPD than the expected 2.2 M , or up. 
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/17 06:51:36 (permalink)
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Is it mainly for Windows, or also for Linux?
I've seen projects in Linux causing the 2080Ti to hit 3.3M PPD as well on the old core, but I think that project wasn't calibrated very well. This was a few months ago, but lately I've seen more 2.09-2.13M PPD than the expected 2.2 M , or up. 

It make no difference between what Operating System*** you are running any Core Number or even any Work Unit.
As far as the PPD it will different between the OS and the Core and Core Project you run being you cannot compare Work Units between Work Units anyway.
Some say that in general the Windows OS is slower than Linux when it comes to Folding, but this is mostly coming from Linux Users.
When Core 22 first came out my RTX 2080 Ti was seeing 3.5M PPD running Windows 10, but then this changes between Drivers.
 
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/17 17:00:47 (permalink)
Apple users can't fold. Apple doesn't support OpenCl anymore and hasn't for years. Also they haven't had any viable graphics cards on their machines. They use Intel for the laptops amd only support their metal api for mac pros.

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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/18 07:14:02 (permalink)
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Apple users can't fold. Apple doesn't support OpenCl anymore and hasn't for years. Also they haven't had any viable graphics cards on their machines. They use Intel for the laptops amd only support their metal api for mac pros.

 Thanks I did not know this.

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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/18 07:20:17 (permalink)
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Apple users can't fold. Apple doesn't support OpenCl anymore and hasn't for years. Also they haven't had any viable graphics cards on their machines. They use Intel for the laptops amd only support their metal api for mac pros.

 Thanks I did not know this.




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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/19 17:02:31 (permalink)

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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/20 06:25:13 (permalink)
Are they still beta? What’s the flag I have to put in my config again?

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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/20 06:38:00 (permalink)
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Are they still beta? What’s the flag I have to put in my config again?

I have mine set the beta.

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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/20 09:29:16 (permalink)
in the config tab..what do I type in for the beta again? I removed it when we were having issues getting Wu's

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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/20 10:09:05 (permalink)
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/20 11:06:13 (permalink)
Watch your Temps & lower your OC these will push the Watts drawn by your cards

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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/20 12:06:58 (permalink)
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/21 21:07:53 (permalink)
There still is a 10% slowdown on Windows, caused by PCIE bandwidth saturation as well as increases latency.
These results are especially true, if you're running more than 3 GPUs per PC, or a high end GPU on lower than a pcie 3.0 4x speed slot.
Or a 2060 on a pcie 3.0 1x slot.
It works on Linux, but you'll see a high decrease in performance on Windows.
 
If you're running one or two GPUs at PCIE 3.0 8x or 16x, you won't notice much of performance differences between the two operating systems.
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/22 06:11:06 (permalink)
Not really, None of our Team Members that I can recall are running Mining Rigs.
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There still is a 10% slowdown on Windows, caused by PCIE bandwidth saturation as well as increases latency.
These results are especially true, if you're running more than 3 GPUs per PC, or a high end GPU on lower than a pcie 3.0 4x speed slot.
Or a 2060 on a pcie 3.0 1x slot.
It works on Linux, but you'll see a high decrease in performance on Windows.
 
If you're running one or two GPUs at PCIE 3.0 8x or 16x, you won't notice much of performance differences between the two operating systems.

But thank you for your Information.
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/22 08:13:51 (permalink)
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Not really, none of us that I can recall are running mining rigs.
 

I would ask CoolGTX, inder372, BadBertie, desktopgeek, and a few more about that.
3GPUs is hardly called a 'mining rig', although a 3x RTX 2080 Ti rig would outperform most multi GTX 1060 rigs out there (of up to 12GPUs per system).
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2019/12/22 08:16:44 (permalink)
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Not really, none of us that I can recall are running mining rigs.
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There still is a 10% slowdown on Windows, caused by PCIE bandwidth saturation as well as increases latency.
These results are especially true, if you're running more than 3 GPUs per PC, or a high end GPU on lower than a pcie 3.0 4x speed slot.
Or a 2060 on a pcie 3.0 1x slot.
It works on Linux, but you'll see a high decrease in performance on Windows.
If you're running one or two GPUs at PCIE 3.0 8x or 16x, you won't notice much of performance differences between the two operating systems.

But thank you for your Information.

I would ask CoolGTX, inder372, BadBertie, desktopgeek, and a few more about that.
3GPUs is hardly called a 'mining rig', although a 3x RTX 2080 Ti rig would outperform most multi GTX 1060 rigs out there (of up to 12GPUs per system).

No Need Too!
Running 3 or 4 GPU's running at x8 is not a Mining Rig. It is nothing more than a Folding and or Crunching Rig.
Once you go to 5 or more GPU's then you could call it a Mining Rig and or Running Graphics Cards at x1 and x4 are what Miners do.
We are not Miners.
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2020/01/04 08:21:15 (permalink)
New projects and core going to advanced.  https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=32072&p=310525#p310525
 
 https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=32074
 
 
Also on my 2080TI's GPU load is 96%
 
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2020/01/04 09:06:20 (permalink)
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New projects and core going to advanced.  https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=32072&p=310525#p310525
 
 https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=32074
 
 
Also on my 2080TI's GPU load is 96%
 




This is what I get from those Links
 
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2020/01/04 10:51:11 (permalink)
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New projects and core going to advanced.  https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=32072&p=310525#p310525
 
 https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=32074
 
 
Also on my 2080TI's GPU load is 96%
 




This is what I get from those Links
 
The board requires you to be registered and logged in to view this forum.


oh sorry, those are for beta members I guess.  Thought you all could read them just not post.


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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2020/01/04 11:55:00 (permalink)
No - what I was trying to convey is - there are no Posts to see just the "Message about needing to logged in"
 

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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2020/01/04 12:12:52 (permalink)
Seeing some very slow downloads of WU .... again.... over 4 min to download one WU

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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2020/01/04 12:59:01 (permalink)
I am Not a Beta Tester but I can see the Threads because I have a Forum Account, as you must have a Forum Account to see some Threads of their Support Forum. Been like this for as long as I have been Folding.
  Seems that only the above Threads are Locked to Forum Members. 
You should be able to see Threads under here New Donors start here
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Seeing some very slow downloads of WU .... again.... over 4 min to download one WU

When I see this I reboot my Modem and Routers.
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2020/01/04 19:29:56 (permalink)
2 mil on a 1080ti,,,,,, loving these 11739's

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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2020/01/05 05:13:30 (permalink)
New projects are Core 22 really show a huge advantage from what I am seeing for a 2080TI.  Getting anywhere between 3 million and 3.9 million between the two new beta work units.  My 1080 TI's are only getting 1.3 to 1.5 million on same work units.
 
Have not seen a 2 million per 1080TI card some have seen.  But I have an idea on that I am going to try to see if it fixes it.
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2020/01/05 06:17:03 (permalink)
Core 22 also seems to increase performance in Linux.
Be aware that I'm powercapping my GPUs, but I also get 3.1-3.3M PPD rough estimate, for 2080Tis; up from 2,2-2.4 M PPD in Linux.
Core 22 got introduced right around a cold front entering, which also affects performance, as well as one of my GPUs failed, which allowed me to increase the wattage on all of them, and run higher boost frequencies.
I run my 2080 Tis at 169Watts now. Not bad for 3+M PPD!
Too bad every other WU is still core 21.
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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2020/01/05 06:36:25 (permalink)
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Core 22 also seems to increase performance in Linux.


Does it really??


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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2020/01/05 09:34:24 (permalink)
Core 22 like every other WUs have a large variation in PPD  & some just plain Fail once in a while, on my otherwise stable platform.
 
I've got a couple of those big PPD ones, though it is funny they seem to load the GPU less than most of the other WUs

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Re: Core 22 Stuff 2020/01/05 10:07:38 (permalink)
Just fired up a win10 rig with a single 1070 in it and noticed it downloaded 2 WU's , 11738 and a 11739

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