Suspect GPU performance

It seems that a lot of GPU problems revolve around specific versions of drivers. Though AMD has their own support structure, you can often learn from information reported by others who fold.

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Suspect GPU performance

Postby two00lbwaster » Thu Oct 17, 2013 7:32 am

I'm not sure as I've not checked it out myself fully, but I think that if I leave a GPU client running (AMD HD7900 hardware) and lock the PC which leads to the monitors eventually powering down, my TPF goes up.

I'll try to check this later by connecting to the agent remotely. Off to work for now if anyone else wants to look into it to confirm or refute it.
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Re: Suspect GPU performance

Postby P5-133XL » Thu Oct 17, 2013 8:32 am

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Re: Suspect GPU performance

Postby PantherX » Thu Oct 17, 2013 3:30 pm

If you want remote connection, please note that the Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection will cause the GPUs to stop folding (Microsoft limitation). Thus, you can use other alternatives which are free like Ultra VNC or TightVNC.
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