To check status:On one of the clients, I was unable to get BOINC to restart properly, so I restarted the machine, and, magically, a network cable is reportedly unplugged (false). How do I reset the net adapter/reinstall drivers/whatever I need to do to fix it?
Interesting that it will ramp both fans for you when they are essentially/ aside from GPU the same "set up". I'll be pulling it from the machine at the end of the challenge and put the 1030 back in......maybe, haven't quite decided yet.I think EVGA is the only manufacturer that offers asynchronous fan control and only on some of the models. I don't know of any software available for linux that reads the multiple thermal sensors and allows asynchronous fan control of these EVGA cards.
I have an EVGA 1080Ti that has these features but queries with nvidia-settings reveals only one sensor and one fan. I have cool-bits enabled and fortunately for me, the fan control ramps up both fans on the card.
I also have a 1080 SC2 ICX with asynchronous fan control on my 2700X and it also has both fans spinning. I do have both ICX cards in the second PCIe slot with other non ICX cards in the primary PCIe slot. I wonder if that makes a difference.Interesting that it will ramp both fans for you when they are essentially/ aside from GPU the same "set up". I'll be pulling it from the machine at the end of the challenge and put the 1030 back in......maybe, haven't quite decided yet.
Same situation with mine, although I have not disabled coolbits. I just let it run and went with it hoping it didn't cook itself. Last sentence is a true statement, no asynchronous on Linux.@Howdy2u2 , You are right. I only have manual control of the rear fan (closest to back of case) on these cards with coolbits enabled. With manual fan control disabled, both fans eventually come to a complete stop when I suspend the load (front fan stops first). When I enable the load on the GPU and the temp starts ramping up, the back fan turns on first and then front fan eventually turns on too. I think it's best that I keep these cards in the second PCIe slot (cooler running in my expereience) and let the card bios control both fans automatically. I admit it's a little disconcerting not knowing what the readouts of memory and VRM temps are on these cards and not having control of the front fan. I like EVGA cards but I'll think long an hard about buying another one with these features for use on linux.
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