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2080Ti Distributed Computing Perf

Discussion in 'Team OcUK Distributed Computing Projects' started by Biffa, Oct 18, 2018.

  1. Biffa

    Man of Honour

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    Running some tests on the RX2080Ti

    Folding@Home
    On P117xx WU's pushing 2.2mil PPD

    Project 11728
    1080ti Frame Time 00:56, PPD 1,236,447
    2080ti Frame Time 00:39, PPD 2,127,456

    Project 11726
    1080ti Frame Time 01:13 PPD 1,228,291
    2080ti Frame Time 00:50 PPD 2,166,859

    Project 11719
    1080ti Frame Time 01:19 PPD 1,225,067
    2080ti Frame Time 00:53 PPD 2,229,394

    Power use (for whole machine) has gone from 185W to 251W

    Any other BOINC specific WU's you would like me to test.
     
  2. muon

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    I have a 1080 ti and only get 135k PPD. How do you get 1m+?

    I'm exploring how to heat some rooms this winter given crypto mining is now pointless.
     
  3. Biffa

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    Hi muon, do you have a passkey set? Using a passkey, among other things, allows you access to the Quick Return Bonus (QRB) which boosts your points massively.

    https://foldingathome.org/support/faq/points/passkey/

     
  4. muon

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    thanks
     
  5. Biffa

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    To start to get the QRB you have to return 10 bonus eligible WU's before it kicks in, and you have to maintain a 80% success rate for all WU's to keep getting it.

    So probably the day after you apply it you'll start to see a big jump in your points :)
     
  6. andy_taximan

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    Do you think its worth the upgrade then?
     
  7. Biffa

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    Depends what you had before :)

    If you can replace a bunch of old stuff with new stuff and save a bit of leccy then why not? :)

    Plus as I'm a tech addict, I kill two birds with one stone :cool:
     
  8. Jumper118

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    wow that is a decent increase, but the price is high to match :p
     
  9. Coleslaw

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  10. Biffa

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    And Primegrid apparently :)