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Parallel Computing Team

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01 Jul 2014 Screenshot GPUBench Compare GPUs using standard numerical benchmarks in MATLAB. Author: Parallel Computing Team gpu, performance, benchmark, bench, utilities, timing 268 34
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01 Nov 2013 Worker Object Wrapper Simplifies managing resources such as large data within PARFOR loops and SPMD blocks Author: Parallel Computing Team parallel computing, parfor, spmd, shared memory, pick of the week, potw 50 19
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01 Aug 2014 GPUBench Compare GPUs using standard numerical benchmarks in MATLAB. Author: Parallel Computing Team Philip

24 Jun 2014 GPUBench Compare GPUs using standard numerical benchmarks in MATLAB. Author: Parallel Computing Team Wannaz, Cedric

Hi Ben, yes, I went from 8pins + defect 6pins, to 8 pins + LP4->6pins, which works great now. Thank you for the support!

17 Jun 2014 GPUBench Compare GPUs using standard numerical benchmarks in MATLAB. Author: Parallel Computing Team Tordoff, Ben

Just a final clarification: do you now have both 6-pin and 8-pin connectors connected? You definitely need both to get the full 250W that the Titan can consume at peak load.

Ben

17 Jun 2014 GPUBench Compare GPUs using standard numerical benchmarks in MATLAB. Author: Parallel Computing Team Wannaz, Cedric

Hi Ben, thank you for your comment. After performing a lot of tests, swaps, etc, I found out that my PSU has a defect, because it is working now (gpuBench, 3Dmark, etc) after I replaced the direct 6 pins outlet from the PSU with a dual LP4 outlet + adapter.

17 Jun 2014 GPUBench Compare GPUs using standard numerical benchmarks in MATLAB. Author: Parallel Computing Team Tordoff, Ben

Hi Cedric, could you send us the full log entry? If it's too big to post here, send it direct using the author link above.

At a guess it sounds like you exceeded some power setting whilst running computations - GPU bench is deliberately computation (and therefore power) heavy. Do you definitely have both power connectors connected? Your PSU sounds big enough, so it's a bit odd.

Ben

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