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The torrents don't affect folding, they only affect how quickly the screen transfers when using VNC. I googled remote desktop apps earlier, and apparently VNC is known for lagging :) The PC I am folding on is currently the only PCI-E 3 capable board, and the only system currently running (until next month, hopefully) that supports 4TB drives without extra drivers :)

Things will change next month, when I will have a good AM3 system and an Ivy Bridge system. Waiting for a 1090T for the AM3 system (and it seems I have 5 AM3 boards to test it in), and I haven't bought an Ivy yet, so hope I can find a 3770K cheap :) Might have to save for a Ryzen system next year :)
 
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Newegg has the EVGA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti SC ULTRA GAMING for $240 after promo code and MIR. Any idea how well it will F@H?

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I have a GTX1660 that I bought for my future main PC rebuild. Running in my now partially crippled main PC with the exactly the same settings in MSI Afterburner, the 1660 very slightly outperforms my 1070. I also just checked the power usage. In addition, according to HWINFO the 1660 is using 20 fewer watts. I might actually do better once I put it into what will be a faster PC. I'll report back then.
 
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I've paused f@h for a while (probably 4 weeks) due to overspending on a couple of second hand upgrades and not having surplus for the electric.

Switching from FM1 to AM3 (with an FX 6300, as they are not too expensive, have 6 cores and are unlocked). Also building less powerful Z97 and Z270 systems, purely for GPU folding (until I can afford 4c8t or better CPUs for them). Z170 + i7 6700K will become my everyday PC and video reencoder (most videos I download have file sizes way too large for the format and resolution). I hope to be back folding before the new year, if I can resist overdoing the amount of DDR4 I buy for the Z270 board :).
 

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I've paused f@h for a while (probably 4 weeks) due to overspending on a couple of second hand upgrades and not having surplus for the electric.

Switching from FM1 to AM3 (with an FX 6300, as they are not too expensive, have 6 cores and are unlocked). Also building less powerful Z97 and Z270 systems, purely for GPU folding (until I can afford 4c8t or better CPUs for them). Z170 + i7 6700K will become my everyday PC and video reencoder (most videos I download have file sizes way too large for the format and resolution). I hope to be back folding before the new year, if I can resist overdoing the amount of DDR4 I buy for the Z270 board :).
Take your time and don't worry about it :D You're contributing a load to the team which we are massively grateful for :D :D

As for DDR4, I'd suggest getting as much as you can.. I'm generally thinking with the prices being lower, 32Gb might be a feasible option :) I'm thinking towards the 3200 to 4000 if the price is right :)
 
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As for DDR4, I'd suggest getting as much as you can.. I'm generally thinking with the prices being lower, 32Gb might be a feasible option :) I'm thinking towards the 3200 to 4000 if the price is right :)
I had bought 2 x 4GB 2400MHz to get up and running. The package arrived today - seller sent 1 x 16GB DDR4 2666 and 1 x 8GB DDR3 1600. The DDR3 I have no use for, but the DDR4 2666MHz will be useful when I can afford another (in the new year, probably). I informed him of his mistake - the 2666 is worth almost double what I paid, so I'm hoping he doesn't send what I bought and want a return :) Not sure I want that much at below 3000MHz though :)
 

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Well that sucks but I hope that things get sorted out easily for you :) Sometimes some sellers can be real pains... Others can't seem to do enough for you... Its strange how that works... :(
 
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Testing a new friend. Only a 5700 though. :p

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It's an RX 5700. It's AMD. :D

It's holding around the 150W power limit for the core.
 
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Yeah, I'm actually rather impressed. Not planning for it to be a fulltime folder, but until I get the waterblock for it and can be bothered to rebuild my main PC, I'm probably going to let it fold.

And yes, it's under Linux. More points than the 1070 with the same WU's.
 
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Hey everyone.

I am thinking about getting into F@H again, I have an RTX 2070 and GTX 1660 SUPER ready to crunch some numbers. They should be pretty efficient.

I also have: R9 290X, RX 590 and GTX 770. Would it be worth using any of these GPUs for folding, or would the perf/watt be too bad?

I'm curious, does GCN do reasonably well with it? And I assume the kepler card is pretty much a "no-go" due to Kepler's questionable Compute credentials.

Thx :love:

Testing a new friend. Only a 5700 though. :p

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Is it doing OK? I thought Navi had some issues with Compute, RE: SETI@Home getting bad results. Honestly I wouldn't trust Navi with a ten-foot pole right now :x
 
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Hey everyone.

I am thinking about getting into F@H again, I have an RTX 2070 and GTX 1660 SUPER ready to crunch some numbers. They should be pretty efficient.

I also have: R9 290X, RX 590 and GTX 770. Would it be worth using any of these GPUs for folding, or would the perf/watt be too bad?

I'm curious, does GCN do reasonably well with it? And I assume the kepler card is pretty much a "no-go" due to Kepler's questionable Compute credentials.

Thx :love:


Is it doing OK? I thought Navi had some issues with Compute, RE: SETI@Home getting bad results. Honestly I wouldn't trust Navi with a ten-foot pole right now :x
@Sashleycat . You need THIS to see what other people are doing, at least the last WU they submitted. To evaluate what the real PPD was (including upload time) you need THIS. Since you are perf/watt concerned and rightly so I would suggest that you stay clear of the old hardware. Sure these 3 GPUs would net you + 1M PPD but.... The RTX, with the client-type beta will net you around 1.3-1.5M PPD for 160-200 W, maybe with a better perf/Watt with a 80 % power limit. You could try the GTX 1660 Super and lets us know.

They new Core_22 is utilizing the GPU much better on Window and the points are good.l This is a 2070 on a slow X-58 platform.
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@Sashleycat . You need THIS to see what other people are doing, at least the last WU they submitted. To evaluate what the real PPD was (including upload time) you need THIS. Since you are perf/watt concerned and rightly so I would suggest that you stay clear of the old hardware. Sure these 3 GPUs would net you + 1M PPD but.... The RTX, with the client-type beta will net you around 1.3-1.5M PPD for 160-200 W, maybe with a better perf/Watt with a 80 % power limit. You could try the GTX 1660 Super and lets us know.

They new Core_22 is utilizing the GPU much better on Window and the points are good.l This is a 2070 on a slow X-58 platform.View attachment 143618
I'm going to load up the GTX 1660 SUPER and trial it for a few days and see how it runs. The CPU in that machine (3700X) is also running WCG, is it acceptable for both workloads to leave the Windows Scheduler to manage the thread distribution, or should I drop a core and its associated threads from WCG, for FAH to feed the GPU? Thanks! :love:
 
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I'm going to load up the GTX 1660 SUPER and trial it for a few days and see how it runs. The CPU in that machine (3700X) is also running WCG, is it acceptable for both workloads to leave the Windows Scheduler to manage the thread distribution, or should I drop a core and its associated threads from WCG, for FAH to feed the GPU? Thanks! :love:
You should drop a core, well at least a thread.
 
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I've been looking at the 1660 Super, because it's about the same price, or in the case of a 1080, much lower, than similar performing used 1070/1070Ti's, as far as games go. I'm expecting 550K-700K PPD, and that's not with the new core.
 
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Hey everyone.

I am thinking about getting into F@H again, I have an RTX 2070 and GTX 1660 SUPER ready to crunch some numbers. They should be pretty efficient.

I also have: R9 290X, RX 590 and GTX 770. Would it be worth using any of these GPUs for folding, or would the perf/watt be too bad?

I'm curious, does GCN do reasonably well with it? And I assume the kepler card is pretty much a "no-go" due to Kepler's questionable Compute credentials.

Thx :love:


Is it doing OK? I thought Navi had some issues with Compute, RE: SETI@Home getting bad results. Honestly I wouldn't trust Navi with a ten-foot pole right now :x
So far the Navi card have been working fine.

I didn't expect it to work either, because ROCM doesn't officially support Navi, but apparently the OpenCL part works fine.
It's running on Gentoo with Linux kernel 5.4.12 and ROCM 3.0.
 
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I've been looking at the 1660 Super, because it's about the same price, or in the case of a 1080, much lower, than similar performing used 1070/1070Ti's, as far as games go. I'm expecting 550K-700K PPD, and that's not with the new core.
Do you think the memory bandwidth will benefit the Compute? IDK if it F@H is more execution limited or scales with bandwidth: Since the 1660 SUPER is just a non Ti 1660 with 14Gbps GDDR6. I actually did fold for a while on a GTX 1660 (non Super, non Ti) but that was a long time ago and I can't remember how it went.

IMHO the 1660S is probably the best "recent" budget 1080p gaming card on the market right now, new. THey're coming below 200 quid and the performance & efficiency is good
 
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Do you think the memory bandwidth will benefit the Compute?
I know it has in the past, the 9600GSO 512MB/768MB versions come to mind. But I really don't know if the faster memory bandwidth will beat the higher shader count of the Ti.
 
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OK, I got four rigs folding - two Linux Ubuntu, two Win 7. Yes Linux is faster but with the Core_22 the difference isn't that big but for one thing. My Windows based rigs takes for ever to upload (+18 minutes for 86 MB) where as the Linux ones does the same in less than a minute, Yes you say, your Linux is wire and your Windows aren't. No I got the Windows wired and one Linux wireless, the other is wired and they are more or less uploading at the same speed.

To put things in perspective - a 11738 (86 MB upload) takes 10.8 seconds longer per frame (x100) on Windows which translate to about 500k PPD for a 2070. Energy consumption is about the same and the real time per frame ditto but the net result is (if running 11738s all the day) is 500K less, for one 2070.

A I'm I the only one that have that problem?

As I said I have two Windows rigs folding...I'm only blaming myself for that.

Edit: As far as I can see they uploud to same IP (server?).
Second Win7 is a X58 based thing.
 
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Benchmark Scores I've actually never benched it!! Too busy with WCG and FAH and not gaming!! :( :(
I've moved this to the right thread!! :laugh: Sorry guys.... :)
 
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Is there an oldschool console client we can use? The GUI seems clunky and the configuration doesn't always work properly...
 
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