k1wi wrote:I haven't noticed any increase in performance from v2.25 on my 500 series GPU, are you referring to Kepler 7im?
tjlane wrote:... This core includes support for the new generation of nVidia boards, the Kepler series.
7im wrote:k1wi wrote:I haven't noticed any increase in performance from v2.25 on my 500 series GPU, are you referring to Kepler 7im?
Yes.tjlane wrote:... This core includes support for the new generation of nVidia boards, the Kepler series.
Also concerned that v2.25 caused slightly longer frame times on a few projects using Fermi boards.
Ah damnit - now that I've taken a closer look I get the same drop as grandpa on project 8018 on my 570. There goes my blissful unawaredness!Zagen30 wrote:The core was updated without issue. I'm currently running 7626 (Run 103, Clone 0, Gen 83) on one GTX 460 and 7624 (Run 111, Clone 0, Gen 88) on the other. HFM reports ~9:13 TPF resulting in ~8k PPD for both. My previous history (822 WUs according to HFM) with 762x was that they ran at about 6:50 TPF for ~11k PPD.
friedrim wrote:In the past there were two Cuda Cores based on OpenMM: Core_15 and Core_16. The Core_15 had an optimization that is no longer being applied, and Core_15 projects are being phased out. The optimization associated w/ the Cuda Core_15 was never implemented on the OpenCL platform so there has only been a Core_16 for OpenCL.
7im wrote:Any comments in regards to speed? Or further optimizations possible?
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