@cryo said in GPU plot generator v4.1.1 (Win/Linux):
... In fact, most of the time, what graphic cards claim to support doesn't match with reality.
\ gpuPlotGenerator ListDevices 2
GPU plot generator v4.1.1
Devices number: 2
Name: GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
Version: OpenCL 1.2 CUDA
Driver version: 382.53
Max clock frequency: 1670 MHz
Max compute units: 28
Global memory size: 11GB 0MB 0KB
Max memory allocation size: 2GB 768MB 0KB
Max work group size: 1024
Local memory size: 48KB
Max work-item sizes: (1024, 1024, 64)
[devices.txt] --> [ 2 0 1024 1024 1024 ] /Ok?
There are only a limited number of Cuda Pascal cards that can effectively Plot HDD for Bursting. Afaik, the various vendor versions alter the cooling & design, but this has no significant affect on the underlying performance & capabilities of each Nvidia Gpu.
So the optimal [ Gpu Plot Generator 4.1.1 ] settings for all variants of the Gtx-1080Ti/1090 (for example) would be the same between manufacturers /models. Given this, it might be useful for Burst-Team users to publish what works for them, by Nvidia model. That is, the contents of their Working [devices.txt] file, and the Cmd line parameters.
It seems counter-productive for every punter to have to corral so many variables in order to make this work!