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HWC [email protected] Project PPD Database

boggtrotter59

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To give you an idea:

3960X @4.5Ghz 2133memory running linux via virtualbox (-smp 11):

Project ID: 6903
Core: GRO-A5
Credit: 22706
Frames: 100


Name: 3960X Virtual Box
Path: \\192.168.1.103\fah\
Number of Frames Observed: 149

Avg. Time / Frame : 00:43:13 - 93,213.2 PPD

Project ID: 6904
Core: GRO-A5
Credit: 31541
Frames: 100


Name: 3960X Virtual Box
Path: \\192.168.1.103\fah\
Number of Frames Observed: 143

Avg. Time / Frame : 00:54:43 - 107,244.9 PPD
Impressive numbers... Unfortunately they will be obsolete by the time I can afford one :blarg:
 

MARSTG

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To give you an idea:
3960X @4.5Ghz 2133memory running linux via virtualbox (-smp 11):
Project ID: 6903 Core: GRO-A5 Credit: 22706
Frames: 100 Name: 3960X Virtual Box
Path: \\192.168.1.103\fah\
Number of Frames Observed: 149

Avg. Time / Frame : 00:43:13 - 93,213.2 PPD

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How about doing SMP alone so we can have an idea how will it change after January 12?
 

G777

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How about doing SMP alone so we can have an idea how will it change after January 12?
Here's some more results done in windows, -smp 11 again @4.0Ghz

Project ID: 6097
Core: GRO-A3
Credit: 1593
Frames: 100


Name: 3960X
Path: C:\FAH\
Number of Frames Observed: 99

Min. Time / Frame : 00:05:48 - 38,617.4 PPD
Avg. Time / Frame : 00:06:06 - 35,803.9 PPD

Project ID: 6098
Core: GRO-A3
Credit: 1593
Frames: 100


Name: 3960X
Path: C:\FAH\
Number of Frames Observed: 43

Min. Time / Frame : 00:05:20 - 43,795.3 PPD
Avg. Time / Frame : 00:05:30 - 41,819.7 PPD

Project ID: 6099
Core: GRO-A3
Credit: 1588
Frames: 100


Name: 3960X
Path: C:\FAH\
Number of Frames Observed: 300

Min. Time / Frame : 00:05:15 - 44,701.4 PPD
Avg. Time / Frame : 00:05:39 - 40,039.4 PPD

Project ID: 7136
Core: GRO-A3
Credit: 585
Frames: 100


Name: test
Path: \\FAH\fah\
Number of Frames Observed: 11

Min. Time / Frame : 00:02:05 - 38,211.4 PPD
Avg. Time / Frame : 00:02:05 - 38,211.4 PPD

Project ID: 7155
Core: GRO-A3
Credit: 591
Frames: 100


Name: 3960X
Path: C:\FAH\
Number of Frames Observed: 100

Min. Time / Frame : 00:01:53 - 45,190.2 PPD
Avg. Time / Frame : 00:01:54 - 44,596.9 PPD
 

BrainEater

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So I have some more numbers to add to the stock 3930k stuff....I'll get em up in a bit.

I'll start a new group , 3930k stock -smp 10. ( I have the 3x 580's bangin away now.)

This brings me to a comment g777 : From what I've read , the smp client doesnt always 'like' odd numbers in the -smp # processor assignment flag.Pandegroup advises against it in the case of -smp 11...but don't take this as gospel or anything , it's obviously working for you......they say it may only error out with certain units etc....

I might give -smp 11 a shot myself , I'd certainly prefer to.

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G777

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So I have some more numbers to add to the stock 3930k stuff....I'll get em up in a bit.

I'll start a new group , 3930k stock -smp 10. ( I have the 3x 580's bangin away now.)

This brings me to a comment g777 : From what I've read , the smp client doesnt always 'like' odd numbers in the -smp # processor assignment flag.Pandegroup advises against it in the case of -smp 11...but don't take this as gospel or anything , it's obviously working for you......they say it may only error out with certain units etc....

I might give -smp 11 a shot myself , I'd certainly prefer to.

:thumb:
Thanks for the info BrainEater, interestingly I'm not sure it's really running -smp 11... cpu usage of the virtual box is pretty bang on 83% which would seem to be 10/12 cores. 11/12 cores should be ~92%. Not sure what's going on there...
 

BrainEater

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Ah yes.

That tells me everything.My -smp 10 runs at 83 % .

Read the smp console , specifically where it says "mapping NT from 11 to 10"
If it was working , it would say " mapping NT from 11 to 11"

That last core is not being used.You are doing -smp 10.

:thumb:

edit : this need to be tested tho , from what pande says , it sometimes works.
 

G777

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I plan on trying to sort it out once current WU finishes. Kinda weird:sad:

From log:


--- Opening Log file [December 10 17:19:19 UTC]


# Linux SMP Console Edition ###################################################
###############################################################################

[email protected] Client Version 6.34

[email protected] - Main

###############################################################################
###############################################################################

Launch directory: /usr/local/fah
Executable: ./fah6
Arguments: -bigadv -verbosity 9 -smp 11

[17:19:19] - Ask before connecting: No
[17:19:19] - User name: Gav777 (Team 37412)
[17:19:19] - User ID: 1C991B8A08987EF0
[17:19:19] - Machine ID: 1
[17:19:19]
[17:19:19] Loaded queue successfully.
[17:19:19] - Preparing to get new work unit...
[17:19:19] Cleaning up work directory
[17:19:19] + Attempting to get work packet
[17:19:19] Passkey found
[17:19:19]

And HFM:
 

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BrainEater

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Yep.....setting -smp 11 does not mean it actually running with 11 cores.

We should find test unit for regular windows smp.I'll do -smp 10 , you do -smp 11 .If we both run at 83 % cpu , and the ppd is the same , -smp 11 aint helpin.

From what I've read tho , it depends on the core , they *can* be optimized to actually so -smp 11 etc....and I have no idea about the -bigadv units , it's quite possible they ARE optimized for it.

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BrainEater

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K.....

Intel 3930k , stock clocks ,win7, -smp 10

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Project : 7134
credit : 4984
client : -smp 10
PPD : 28,140

Project : 7140
credit : 4947
client : -smp 10
PPD : 27,570

Project : 6944
credit : 4776
client : -smp 10
PPD : 27,300

Project : 7136
credit : 4831
client : -smp 10
PPD : 27,000


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G777

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Finally got things switched around so thought I'd post a little more info

3960X @4.5Ghz 2133 ram running linux via virtualbox -smp 12


Project ID: 6904
Core: GRO-A5
Credit: 31541
Frames: 100


Name: 3960X
Path: \\192.168.1.105\fah\
Number of Frames Observed: 15

Min. Time / Frame : 00:52:17 - 114,818.4 PPD
Avg. Time / Frame : 00:52:46 - 113,244.4 PPD
Cur. Time / Frame : 00:52:33 - 113,316.8 PPD
R3F. Time / Frame : 00:52:27 - 113,618.4 PPD
All Time / Frame : 00:52:46 - 112,667.9 PPD
Eff. Time / Frame : 00:55:28 - 105,075.8 PPD

The Eff. Time/ Frame is lower because the first half dozen or so frames were done on 10 threads, the average of 113,000 PPD should be pretty accurate


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