toTOW wrote:I can confirm what andromeda says : Fahcores have always used more CPU time on Wine than on native Windows ... that's probably an overhead introduced by translation of calls from Wine and the wrapper ...
toTOW wrote:With current version of the Wine wrapper, it will probably not work on Linux : the wrapper only work with 180.xx drivers.
Mindmatter wrote:toTOW wrote:This may happen again with GPU3 but I'm hoping for a native client by then.
I had exactly the same thing using a similar set-up, but strangely it seems to be OK if I also run the CPU SMP client. The desktop is available for a second or two at a time with about 30 seconds of freezing in-between but once I have the CPU client running all is quite normal.
It isn't a proper solution but it works for now.
sydney wrote:Still doesn't solve the problem that when the CPU client is running also, the GPU client barely gets and CPU time and therefore it suffers great PPD loss.
Even with throttled CPU client the GPU client isn't getting nearly as much ppd as it did on <2.6.30 kernels.
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