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Re: Benchmarks

Post by SquireNed » 19 Jul 2016, 23:35

Greendogo wrote:"Compute Core" is the name AMD gives to its cores/threads (I think). Nvidia is the big player in the Neural Network space right now and they're absolutely dominating (mostly because of the quality of their chips and their ample support of research and development). Nvidia calls their cores "cuda cores" and their 10 series, specifically the 1080 and probably the new Pascal Titan being announced in August have >3000 of them. They're blazingly fast. Another important attribute for neural networks is the size of the RAM on the cards. More memory means bigger models can be trained (more classes more details taken into account, etc).
Ah, I just think of CUDA cores as compute cores (since they essentially do what the OpenCL cores do, just with the CUDA framework instead [or in addition? I'm unfamiliar with the differences/similarities between the technologies]).

I just looked at the 10-series specs: they have fewer cores than the really high-end of the previous series, but they make up for it by running them much faster.

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Re: Benchmarks

Post by Greendogo » 20 Jul 2016, 05:36

The "really high-end" of the last series was the Titan X. Nvidia's going to announce/release the next Titan for the 10 series in August; can't wait!

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Re: Benchmarks

Post by JackPot » 21 Jul 2016, 09:11

"Nvidia's going to announce/release the next Titan for the 10 series in August;" can't afford! :(

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Re: Benchmarks

Post by JackPot » 22 Jul 2016, 14:25

And there she is: 3584 core, 12GB Ram @ 480 GB/s - 11 TFLOPS single precision: 1200 US$ only.
Should be good enough to handle OpenMW.

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Re: Benchmarks

Post by Greendogo » 25 Jul 2016, 20:10

Oooh, even before August, nice!

Well, if anyone wants me to benchmark the GTX 1080 on Ubuntu 16.04, let me know!

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Re: Benchmarks

Post by SquireNed » 26 Jul 2016, 01:16

Greendogo wrote:Oooh, even before August, nice!

Well, if anyone wants me to benchmark the GTX 1080 on Ubuntu 16.04, let me know!
Do iiit!

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Re: Benchmarks

Post by Tels » 10 Aug 2016, 19:18

JackPot wrote:And there she is: 3584 core, 12GB Ram @ 480 GB/s - 11 TFLOPS single precision: 1200 US$ only.
Should be good enough to handle OpenMW.
But it probably can't handle Crysis... I kid, I kid! :D

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Re: Benchmarks

Post by Greendogo » 12 Aug 2016, 01:58

SquireNed wrote:
Greendogo wrote:Oooh, even before August, nice!

Well, if anyone wants me to benchmark the GTX 1080 on Ubuntu 16.04, let me know!
Do iiit!
Did it!
It was fine, all settings maxed out with only a little less than 30FPS all the time regardless of location. Generally it was a lot higher than 30FPS. OpenMW lacks good benchmarking logging, so I don't have any good data to show (and this was like a week ago anyway).

GTX 1080's are awesome! Everyone should get one!

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Re: Benchmarks

Post by AnyOldName3 » 14 Aug 2016, 00:42

Wanna pay for one for me, then? :P

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Re: Benchmarks

Post by Svetomech » 27 Aug 2016, 17:36

Greendogo wrote:
SquireNed wrote:
Greendogo wrote:Oooh, even before August, nice!

Well, if anyone wants me to benchmark the GTX 1080 on Ubuntu 16.04, let me know!
Do iiit!
Did it!
It was fine, all settings maxed out with only a little less than 30FPS all the time regardless of location. Generally it was a lot higher than 30FPS. OpenMW lacks good benchmarking logging, so I don't have any good data to show (and this was like a week ago anyway).

GTX 1080's are awesome! Everyone should get one!
A little less than 30FPS with GTX 1080?! One wold think constant 60FPS with Vsync enabled are in order.

UPD: I never tested OpenMW on my more powerful machine, but your post just made me do it. And, as expected, I got constant 60 FPS no matter the location with all in-game settings maxed out (no editing of config files - is that what you did?). My specs below (nevermind the language, they are still understandable).
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