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2012/09/20 19:40:20 (permalink)
Hello, I am new to "crunching" I am gonna need some indications,  
 
What is the best BOINC software/client to use? from what i found till now there are at least 3 software clients , WCG , and there is another list here http://boincstats.com/en/page/downloadBOINC
 
Second question , each time I select a project do i have to select the team from the website?
  cause   i selected fightingmaralia@home project and added manualy not through the account manager, and it didnt show the Team name only my nickname, and I had to create a team "Crunchin@EVGA" : http://boinc.ucd.ie/fmah/
 
 
Third question, how can I set up the client only to use my GPU ? or there are only some projects that use the GPU?
 
 
 
I need a clarification , there are multiple clients or what? 
sorry for my poor english, and thanks for reading this.
 
ps. folding@home is much easier to understand :))
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Re:GPU Project list needed. 2012/09/20 20:40:50 (permalink) ☄ Helpful
Welcome and thank you for your questions!
 
I know others will Chime in. Here is a part of a list I know is floating around here somewhere. Keep in mind that I listed them by points. So #1 gives you the most points, #2 the next largest points total and so on... That does not mean one project is more important than another, it is simply how that team/project chose to set the points and or bonus points. Bonus points are awarded in a few of the if done "Before" they are not only estimated to, but because the new 4.2 CUDA optimization fully utilizes the GPU's potential. And increases the bonus points...
 
Not to mention changes in point calcualtions and GPU types...
 
  1. GPUGrid
  2. PrimeGrid
  3. Collatz
  4. Einstien
  5. SETI
Also I recommend "NOT" using the BOINC Offered by WCG as it is an older version and causes conflicts with a few projects for GPU's. I prefer 7.0.28.
 
Please do this first!!!!
  1. All you do is create an account for any of the project you want and search, select Crunching@EVGA for your team.
  2. Then install the BOINC Manager on your computer. Or if you already installed the BOINC Manager, please do step one and then skip to step three.
  3. Then add the Project(s) of your choice to BOINC Manager through the BOINC Managers "Tools" drop down by selecting "Add Project"
 
As far as managing. Crunching is actually far easier than Folding. We have far more control with the BOINC Manager than any other Folding Manager offers. Not only by project, but we can even run multiple projects all at once on the CPU's. 
 
We love to help, and your English was really easy for me to understand. Please feel free to be as specific as you like with any questions . For example, I have one for you. What leads you to believe folding is easier than Crunching. We are always wanting to help improve both!

 
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Re:GPU Project list needed. 2012/09/20 21:05:08 (permalink)
Thanks for the fast response, and thanks for the much structured info, now I get it. 
As for your question what leads me to believe that folding is much easier than crunching... I believe the steps you have to do are more intuitive and the dialog boxes contain  terms that are easier to understand maybe for the non-english native speakers, also the graphic interface was much simpler in folding@home, for exemple:   "suspend" means "pause"? I think "pause" it is more intuitive than "suspend".... why? you meet with the word "pause" word more times in the everyday activity than you meet with the word "suspend", like in media player/winamp/dvd player softwars and on the dvd/blueray/tv-sets combon remote controls .  And I didnt see a tutorial on any of the Boinc managers pages, maybe there are, but if i didnt find them then they are hard to find lol, I only found some info on this forum with some printscreens but it was old info and it was for the WCG client.
 
Thanks again Afterburner and sorry for my english ( i still need to learn expressions :) ).
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Re:GPU Project list needed. 2012/09/21 05:56:43 (permalink)
woohoo just joined #1
Thanks AB. Was missing something before so never joined.

 
          
             
  


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Re:GPU Project list needed. 2012/09/21 09:04:10 (permalink)
@ b4bylon... I understand now. Keep in mind that many of the BOINC projects are developed world wide. So this will happen from time to time as we come across these wordings and their oddity. 
 
OK... For setting up... Each Project page has their own instruction, but they are mostly the same. So please let me know if you need help with that, I am skipping that part at the moment. That said. Here is a link that will help with the entire installation... http://forums.evga.com/fb.ashx?m=1678975
 
I updated that for all of us this morning 
 
 
 
 

 
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Re:GPU Project list needed. 2012/09/21 09:27:12 (permalink)
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woohoo just joined #1
Thanks AB. Was missing something before so never joined.

Sweet! Glad we could be of help 

 
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Re:GPU Project list needed. 2012/09/21 10:22:33 (permalink)
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Also I recommend "NOT" using the BOINC Offered by WCG as it is an older version and causes conflicts with a few projects for GPU's. I prefer 7.0.28.

Looks like I'll be dumping the old WCG version of BOINC, thanks for the tip.

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Re:GPU Project list needed. 2012/09/21 18:26:02 (permalink) ☄ Helpful
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Welcome and thank you for your questions!

I know others will Chime in. Here is a part of a list I know is floating around here somewhere. Keep in mind that I listed them by points. So #1 gives you the most points, #2 the next largest points total and so on... That does not mean one project is more important than another, it is simply how that team/project chose to set the points and or bonus points. Bonus points are awarded in a few of the if done "Before" they are not only estimated to, but because the new 4.2 CUDA optimization fully utilizes the GPU's potential. And increases the bonus points...

Not to mention changes in point calcualtions and GPU types...

  1. GPUGrid
  2. PrimeGrid
  3. Collatz
  4. Einstien
  5. SETI
Also I recommend "NOT" using the BOINC Offered by WCG as it is an older version and causes conflicts with a few projects for GPU's. I prefer 7.0.28.

Please do this first!!!!
  1. All you do is create an account for any of the project you want and search, select Crunching@EVGA for your team.
  2. Then install the BOINC Manager on your computer. Or if you already installed the BOINC Manager, please do step one and then skip to step three.
  3. Then add the Project(s) of your choice to BOINC Manager through the BOINC Managers "Tools" drop down by selecting "Add Project"
 
As far as managing. Crunching is actually far easier than Folding. We have far more control with the BOINC Manager than any other Folding Manager offers. Not only by project, but we can even run multiple projects all at once on the CPU's. 

We love to help, and your English was really easy for me to understand. Please feel free to be as specific as you like with any questions . For example, I have one for you. What leads you to believe folding is easier than Crunching. We are always wanting to help improve both!

And for some other GPU projects, 
http://boinc.freerainbowtables.com/distrrtgen/
http://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/
http://boinc.fzk.de/poem/
 
MilkyWay also offers smp-type units, they're the only crunching project with those other than folding....



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Re:GPU Project list needed. 2012/09/25 14:00:07 (permalink)
there is any option to limit the GPU ussage to 80% or 90% i dont wanna make it a heater :) my 460se limited his clock to 550mhz and it is around 50 degrees celcius.
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Re:GPU Project list needed. 2012/09/25 14:48:09 (permalink)
There is a setting for the cpu usage, but I haven´t seen one specific for the gpu.
But running it at 50C for extended periods is no prob at all

 
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Re:GPU Project list needed. 2012/09/25 16:31:29 (permalink)
There is a piece of software called TThrottle that has an option for gpu throttling.... I never used it for that so I don't remember if it only throttled based on temperature or if you could set a usage level. I'm on my phone so I can't easily provide a link for it and will be unable to aid in setting it up and using it for a few hours at least. Unless they changed something, it was pretty simple, though....



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Re:GPU Project list needed. 2012/09/25 16:37:40 (permalink)
Just to give rh a hand
http://efmer.eu/boinc/
edit; and manual
http://www.efmer.eu/boinc/tthrottle_manual.html
 
Modes of operations

  • Temperature regulation
    This is the normal mode, the program throttles the programs according to the "set temperature".

  • Throttle only
    The program can run without the temperature regulation. By setting Min and Max runtime at the same value e.g. 60. The programs in the list will run 60% of the time.
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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/02/05 09:02:58 (permalink)
    We need to update this, and have it include the projects that BOINC does not track... 
      
    I have a BR for whomever does it, and I will edit the first post if the person who does it is not the OP...  

     
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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/02/09 15:53:51 (permalink)
    AB,
     
    I made a Google spreadsheet that covers all the GPU DC projects that I know. As far as I know, folding is the only GPU project outside of BOINC. I put folding in there along with the other GPU projects but I am a bit behind the times on the latest apps available for GPU folding. I seem to remember the developers were working on a CUDA 5 and OpenCL app but I am not sure if that is available yet. Otherwise, I checked the application listing for each project and created a chart of which applications are available for each project.
     
    https://docs.google.com/s...GNJVUE&usp=sharing

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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/02/09 18:23:00 (permalink)
    FYI, GIMPS has GPU clients.
     
    http://mersenneforum.org/forumdisplay.php?f=92
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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/02/09 19:06:39 (permalink)
    Thanks! I did not know this project had a CUDA application. I may give this project a try at some point.
     
    The project has been added to the spreadsheet. Let me know if there are any others I am missing.

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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/02/09 20:03:20 (permalink)
    Nice list you have going there...lots of details.

    GIMPS also has an OpenCL implementation
    http://www.mersenneforum..g/showthread.php?t=15646

    Poem@home has OpenCL apps as well
    http://boinc.fzk.de/poem/apps.php

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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/02/10 07:59:09 (permalink)
    planetclown
    GIMPS also has an OpenCL implementation
    http://www.mersenneforum..g/showthread.php?t=15646


    I had given that thread a read and it sounded like the OpenCL isn't up and running properly just yet, so I don't know if anyone is getting any credit if they run this one. I can confirm that the CUDA one gets credit, since that's where 99%+ of my credit came from.
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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/02/10 14:00:49 (permalink)
    Good point. I haven't given mfakto a whirl yet, but had seen estimates here.

    http://www.mersenne.ca/mfaktc.php?sort=ghdpd&noN=1

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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/02/10 19:29:55 (permalink)
    RC5 also has a gpu client....



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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/02/10 21:06:21 (permalink)
    Thanks. I forgot about Poem and RC5. Poem is added. I still need to add RC5.

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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/02/11 18:45:31 (permalink)

    Distributed.net and associated GPU apps have been added.


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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/02/11 20:05:18 (permalink)
    Let me know when your list is done 

     
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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/03/25 16:09:11 (permalink)
    Albert@Home, the test project for Einstein@Home is testing a new OpenCL application for the Fermi Gamma Ray Pulsar (FGRP) Search. Currently only the Binary Radio Pulsar Search (BRP4) is available for GPUs in production via Einstein@Home.
     
    The new OpenCL application was originally released for AMD but is now also available for NVIDIA. In addition, the FGRP4 NVIDIA application is OpenCL based whereas the BRP4 application for NVIDIA is CUDA based. The new FGRP4 OpenCL application is available for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows operating systems. The NVIDIA Titan cards appear to work with this new application since I saw one host with validated tasks on these GPUs.
     
    Here is the link for anyone who wants to help test the new application.
     
    http://albert.phys.uwm.edu/forum_thread.php?id=8968
     
    Here is a listing of all applications on the test site:
     
    http://albert.phys.uwm.edu/apps.php
     
    There is also an Intel_GPU application listed for the upcoming BRP Perseus Arm Survey. I think this may be the first application that I have seen for Intel Ivy Bridge GPUs. There is a bit of information available here:
     
    http://albert.phys.uwm.edu/forum_thread.php?id=8954
     

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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/04/13 15:02:49 (permalink)
    The people at the Seti Lunatics site have released a Linux 64-bit OpenCL application for AMD cards.
     
    http://lunatics.kwsn.net/index.php?module=Downloads;catd=1
     
    I have been running this new application alongside Einstein for a few days now and so far the application is running stable. The GPU load with this application via a 7970 is only 40-50%. There may be some benefit to running two tasks at once.

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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/05/29 18:31:59 (permalink)
    Einstein recently released BRP5 to replace the previous BRP4 project. BRP5 uses the same application as BRP4 but the new tasks take on average 9 to 10 times longer to complete via GPU. BRP5 is based on data from a different radio telescope. There is an ongoing discussion in this thread here for anyone who would like to report experiences or results:
     
    http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/forum_thread.php?id=10028
     
    Seti released v7 applications for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux today. This includes NVIDIA and AMD GPU applications.
     
    http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=71773#1373202
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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2013/05/29 19:03:14 (permalink)
    I just came across these Linux OpenCL AMD and NVIDIA GPU applications for Seti Astropulse:
     
    AMD OpenCL
    http://lunatics.kwsn.net/...loads;sa=dlview;id=369
     
    NVIDIA OpenCL
    http://lunatics.kwsn.net/...loads;sa=dlview;id=370

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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2014/03/02 05:17:32 (permalink)
    Since this topic still seems relevant, I feel like I should update the list (taken from the BOINC Wiki)
    Projects with NVIDIA applications:
    *Collatz Conjecture (Windows and Mac OS X on Intel)
    *DistrRTgen (Windows, Linux 64bit)
    *Einstein@home (Linux, Windows and Mac OS X on Intel)
    *GPUgrid.net (Linux 64bit and Windows 64bit or 32bit, requires a video card with Compute Capability 1.3 (CC1.3) or higher)
    *Milkyway@home (Double precision GPU required, so compute capability 1.3 or higher, meaning a Geforce GTX 260 or better) (Linux 64bit and Windows)
    *Moo! (Driver 256.00 or better, Compute Capability 1.0 or higher, Minimum device memory 384 MB
    *PrimeGrid (Proth Prime Search (Sieve), Linux 32bit, Linux 64bit Windows and Mac OS X on Intel; Cullen/Woodall Prime Search (Sieve), Linux 32bit, Linux 64bit, Windows and Mac OS X on Intel)
    *SETI@home (Windows and Linux only)

    Projects with ATI/AMD applications:
    *Collatz Conjecture (Windows, Windows 64bit, Linux 64bit)
    *DNETC@Home (Windows and Linux 32bit) Project retired
    *Einstein (Linux, Windows on Intel; Mac OS X under active development)
    *Milkyway@home (OpenCL support and Double precision GPU required, so a Radeon 48xx, 47xx, 58xx, 69xx, FirePro V87xx, FireStream 92xx) (Windows only)
    *Moo! (Driver v10.4 or later, ATI Runtime (not older AMD), Minimum device memory 250 MB
    *PrimeGrid (Proth Prime Search (Sieve), Linux 32bit, Linux 64bit and Windows)
    *SETI@home (Windows and Linux only)
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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2014/04/10 16:37:21 (permalink)
    I'm not sure if it is true or not, but I read somewhere that the GTX 750Ti is only a single precision GPU.  This makes me wonder, will a 750Ti run Milkyway @home?
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    Re:GPU Project list needed. 2014/04/10 16:59:46 (permalink)
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    the GTX 750Ti is only a single precision GPU.
    False.
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