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Old 2016-07-16, 22:08   #1
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Default Is any GTX 750 the GeForce GTX 750 Ti owner here?

I would like to test and to compare it with my GT 640 card in meter of cuda sieving.
So if is someone that have any of those cards pleae PM.
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Old 2016-07-17, 10:58   #2
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hi, i'm sure TheJudger reacts soon.

GTX 750 is Maxwell series. So that's 512 cores. Or better 128 cores * 4 * 1.02Ghz
GTX 640 is Kepler series. 384 cores or 192 cores * 2 * 0.9Ghz

So it's 4 Streaming Multiprocessors (SM's) versus 2.

http://docs.nvidia.com/cuda/cuda-c-p...ion-throughput

In 24 bits code TF (up to 72 bits) probably it's just Ghz * total number of cores that determines performance.

In 32 bits code TF (more than 72 bits) dominating factor will probably be integer Multiply-Add throughput. That's just 32 units each SM for the 640. So 64 for entire GPU, versus Maxwell will probably completely annihilate it there.
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Old 2016-07-17, 15:40   #3
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There are five versions of the GT 640. The plain OEM model is Fermi based. So it depends on which card it is exactly.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List...rce_600_Series
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Old 2016-07-17, 17:18   #4
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There are five versions of the GT 640. The plain OEM model is Fermi based. So it depends on which card it is exactly.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List...rce_600_Series
My GT640 have GK107 chip ( Fermi base) 384 CUDA cores, 1 GB DDR3 memory 901/893 MHz ( GPU/MEM)
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Old 2016-07-17, 17:40   #5
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My GT640 have GK107 chip ( Fermi base) 384 CUDA cores, 1 GB DDR3 memory 901/893 MHz ( GPU/MEM)
"GK" would be a Kepler chip.

The attached image is the Fermi version, GF116 chip.
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Old 2016-07-17, 18:08   #6
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"GK" would be a Kepler chip.

The attached image is the Fermi version, GF116 chip.
Ok, so I have Kepler chip.
Will now, when we know what card I have somebody hear my call and send me PM.
I prepared short test, it take only few minutes.
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Old 2016-07-17, 18:59   #7
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On a 750Ti (5 SMs):
Exponent 79186511
GPUSievePrimes 80k

70-71: 159 Ghz-d/day
76-77: 158 Ghz-d/day

Is there something I am missing? Surely after changing kernels at 76 it should noticeably slow down.
It only seemed to run 32-bit kernels. I assume that is what is optimal on Maxwell. Is there an ini setting which changes this?
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Old 2016-07-17, 21:08   #8
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You might also want to look at a used GTX960 if it fits within your budget ($150).
1024 CUDA cores @1200MHz
But it does rquire a 6 or 8pin PEG connector....
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Old 2016-07-17, 21:10   #9
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You might also want to look at a used GTX960 if it fits within your budget ($150).
1024 CUDA cores @1200MHz
But it does rquire a 6 or 8pin PEG connector....
Before I buy anything I need to test it and see what is performance...
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Old 2016-07-17, 21:14   #10
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What specific test are you looking for results from, under what OS?
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Old 2016-07-17, 21:18   #11
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What specific test are you looking for results from, under what OS?
I test under Windows using PPSieve cuda ( ver 0.2.3)
Since I get on my card 80Mp/s ( one instance) and 100Mp/s ( two instances) and since this card is in my range I can spend some money, I try to determine how fast is that card
Can can you test data if you wish: just start , wait few minutes to get stable speed and send me speed you get
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