Seems like once one guy found leaving one hyper-thread free helped, but that may only happen on systems that are busy doing other stuff as well.Diminishing returns or not, with the longer running LLR subprojects it is IMO still worthwhile to give a task all threads it can get, after it has been determined how many concurrent tasks the particular processor optimally supports.
Do you mean this guy? Can he be trusted?Seems like once one guy found leaving one hyper-thread free helped, but that may only happen on systems that are busy doing other stuff as well.
If there is a more demanding background load, then "all threads it can get" does not include the number of hardware threads which the operator wants to dedicate to that other load. :-)all threads it can get,
It's unfortunate that I didn't find time to run my usual tests before this challenge.Well for instance I was wondering if it might not be better on a 6C/12T to do 1x11 instead of 2x6.
Yes, correct.3 per socket on the E5-2690 v4, is that 9 threads per task then?
Breath Weapon needs a twin friend, you can call it Breath Mint.Do you ever get the feeling people are just lining up to pass you?
To be clear, with Nvidia cards, the thing to do is to turn down the maximum wattage. I haven't seen much benefit from underclocking or undervolting. I think changing the wattage generally does that for you.
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