- Jan 4, 2013
Is GFN-17-Low worth running on CPU?
I have changed local computing prefs to 0.01 stored work + 0.01 additional work and clicked on "read local prefs file". If I understand this, it will still take a half day to chew through the present work load before these settings kick in. I don't want to abort the existing work so I will just let things ride, unless there is a compelling reason to do so??
This is your compelling reason to abort those tasks. lolHey! I found a Prime!
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OK, it's done. My percentages were in the 35ish to 45ish% range before aborting the excess work. So let's see what this does.This is your compelling reason to abort those tasks. lol
I suspect your % is pretty low, despite you having some pretty quick GPUs that return tasks fairly quickly.
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I'll keep that in mind, @Markfw but it looks like we will be fine for this challenge. Should AC or SG juice up some more power and we're in danger I'll give you a shout.It looks like you are way in the lead. If you get in a bad way, let me know, I can fire up a 7551 EPYC with 64 threads.
I actually used to determine the optimizations in a timely manner _before_ the challenges. Then went into a challenge prepared but just with a few computers without much heat and noise and hit on the power bill, then stepped it up later during the challenge when the need for speed became overwhelming. ;-)Can't rule out @StefanR5R (xii5ku) who has been known to optimize his systems as the challenges progress.
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