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    Any of you tried it yet?

    Did a run at the bot for the ongoing Country Cup and managed to do this for the comp.
    Bones`s GPUPI for CPU - 1B score: 4min 14sec 860ms with a FX-9590

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    Good run!

    I know an AMD won't match what you're running, I do have a 3770K I need to try it with.

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    Default Re: Gpu pi

    This is cool.

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    Default Re: Gpu pi

    Quote Originally Posted by Bones View Post
    Good run!

    I know an AMD won't match what you're running, I do have a 3770K I need to try it with.
    I have to move this OS over to my new X99 build soon. Then it may speed up a little. (6 cores instead of four)

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    @ Realneil:
    Just noted you did your run with the GPU, not the CPU.

    Try it both ways and see what results you come up with.
    Yes, the more cores you have if running it with the CPU the faster it will go, running it in SLI as Realneil did gives excellent results too and it will go faster with a GPU regardless. Works with Nvidia GPUs, they were working on making it run with AMD GPUs but haven't seen if it does or not by now - I believe there is a way but don't know how it would work if it does.

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    It's GPU Pi isn't it?
    GPU Pi will not use the CPU to run. There is no setting to do that.

    There is a Super Pi for CPUs too.
    This is my Super Pi score.

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    Last edited by realneil; 15-11-2016 at 20:57.

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    When you start the program at the top it will have the tab(s) for selecting the test you want to do, in the dropdown box that appears you have the option to either use the GPU or CPU to base your run on. If running the 100 million test it uses both regardless but if selecting the 1 billion test you can choose either one you want.

    For the Country Cup, the part that deals with it is for the CPU only, I know it shows in it's data file the values for the GPU too but it's not actually used to calculate it if choosing the CPU instead of the GPU to do the test with.
    Look at the screenie of my X2 run closely and you'll see at the top of the GPU PI box what I mean, it indicates the CPU itself was used instead of the GPU.
    Bones`s GPUPI for CPU - 1B score: 38min 5sec 657ms with a Athlon II X2 270

    However you are right, it was intended for the GPU to run it but the author included the capability to run a CPU only with it as well with the 1 Billion test.

    BTW if running Super PI at the bot ver 1.5 is what's required. Here's the link for all the "Correct" CPU benchies.
    http://hwbot.org/benchmarks/processor

    EDIT: I went ahead and posted the link for benchies per category for your convenience.
    The only bench for motherboards is ref clock speed with CPU-Z and as you know ref speed isn't really a bench in itself, just how fast you can make the board go.

    GPU / Videocard:
    http://hwbot.org/benchmarks/videocard

    Memory:
    http://hwbot.org/benchmarks/memory

    Disk:
    http://hwbot.org/benchmarks/disk
    Last edited by Bones; 16-11-2016 at 02:43.

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    These are my choices when I run GPU Pi.
    And after is my result

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    Neil, if you want to test your CPU you must click the option (right top corner of settings window), 1B HWBOT both, this will pull down the options of what to test (GPU, CPU, both...).
    Gpu pi-cpu-gpu_selections.jpg

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    That's the way I had it set and I don't get an option to use the CPU
    My 980Ti cards share the job everytime

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    Do you have HPET enabled?
    I know it's said to be required for it to run, could be if it's not it's stopping it from accessing the CPU.
    BTW be sure to check the author's site, they have some tips on getting it to work, also be sure to have translate from German to English going when you do for the page.

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