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I have a low Nvidia card running GPUGRID tasks, and sometimes estimated time > deadline
I would like to have an option to check every e.g. 15 minutes, if estimated time > deadline + X hours, abort the task automatically
So that I do not do this manually, nor do I complete the task but not receive any credit.
This option could be added in the Warnings tab
Also an email could be sent via Cloud when this happens as a notification
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Wish List / Please add Status Postponed
« Last post by Yeti on January 07, 2019, 07:34:34 pm »
Hi,

I'm running a lot of LHC-Tasks. Sometimes a task gets "postponed: xxxxxxxx".

BOINCTasks only shows "waiting to run". So I sit there and have no idea why the task doesn't start. When I log on the client I see postponed .....

It would be very helpful, if BOINCTasks could show this status also.

Thanks in Advance
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Wish List / Extra Tasks Columns
« Last post by cristipurdel on January 06, 2019, 01:52:21 pm »
Add extra columns:
GPU [%]
CPU [Freq]
GPU [Freq]

I am running GPUGRID and I do get the feeling that the GPU is not fully utilized.
I would prefer if I can remotely see the % and the actual freq on the GPU.
Also it would help in case of throttling to see the level of frequencies being used.
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Questions / Re: wild CPU temperature swings, but not really
« Last post by fred on January 06, 2019, 01:06:24 am »
But it isn't HWiNFO where the error is popping up, it is in TThrottle.  When I look at the temperature trend on HWiNFO for the same sensor, it is "normal".
That indicates TThrottle looses the connection with HWiNFO.
Locking the computer shouldn't do anything.
My guess Windows blocks the connection.
You could try GPUZ instead.
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Questions / Re: wild CPU temperature swings, but not really
« Last post by vulpine05 on January 06, 2019, 12:57:57 am »
But it isn't HWiNFO where the error is popping up, it is in TThrottle.  When I look at the temperature trend on HWiNFO for the same sensor, it is "normal".
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Questions / Re: wild CPU temperature swings, but not really
« Last post by fred on January 05, 2019, 09:51:42 pm »

Go to the tab external and check HWiNFO and select the right temperature source.
Actually, this is happening with HWinfo engaged.  I have TThrottle reading the Tctrl/Tdie sensor for the CPU, and the GPU thermal diode for the integrated graphics.

I actually had to install HWinfo and read these sensors because if I don't, the temperature it is "reading" is 0 deg C, constant, with no fluctuation.
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You can contact HWinfo, they might have a solution.
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Questions / Re: wild CPU temperature swings, but not really
« Last post by vulpine05 on January 05, 2019, 04:08:26 am »
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TThrottle is using the AMD driver, it probably stops recognizes it without a monitor, that's not an uncommon problem.

HWiNFO reads the card more directly.
If HWiNFO is running all the time, TThrottle can interface with HWiNFO and can use it's temperature.

Go to the tab external and check HWiNFO and select the right temperature source.
Actually, this is happening with HWinfo engaged.  I have TThrottle reading the Tctrl/Tdie sensor for the CPU, and the GPU thermal diode for the integrated graphics.

I actually had to install HWinfo and read these sensors because if I don't, the temperature it is "reading" is 0 deg C, constant, with no fluctuation.
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Questions / Re: wild CPU temperature swings, but not really
« Last post by fred on January 05, 2019, 02:00:31 am »
My computer is a Ryzen 3 2200G with a ASRock B450 Pro4 mobo, stock cooler, running Windows 10.  No discrete GPU.
TThrottle is using the AMD driver, it probably stops recognizes it without a monitor, that's not an uncommon problem.

HWiNFO reads the card more directly.
If HWiNFO is running all the time, TThrottle can interface with HWiNFO and can use it's temperature.

Go to the tab external and check HWiNFO and select the right temperature source.
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Questions / wild CPU temperature swings, but not really
« Last post by vulpine05 on January 04, 2019, 06:37:16 pm »
I have been running TThrottle on a new computer build recently, and I have noticed that the CPU temperature swings wildly when I am away.  It rises and lowers sharply between ~55 deg C and 0 deg C, probably a few dozen times a minute (I can screen cap when I get home tonight).  I think this happens when the monitor goes to sleep, and I know for sure it does this when I lock the computer.  Once the computer "wakes up", the temperature displays like normal.  Keep in mind, BOINC is running the whole time.

However, I am using HWiNFO to reference the Tctrl temp, and when I graph that temperature it stays in the 50s.  I suspect TThrottle is either getting bad information when my computer turns off the display, or it is having difficulty interpreting the data for some reason.  This does not appear to be affecting throttling or performance of the computer, it just looks weird.

My computer is a Ryzen 3 2200G with a ASRock B450 Pro4 mobo, stock cooler, running Windows 10.  No discrete GPU.
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Wish List / Re: BOINC on Android
« Last post by cristipurdel on December 25, 2018, 07:15:19 am »
https://github.com/BOINC/boinc/issues/1699
Why not using nativeBOINC, as it is actively maintained?
From their main page:
NOTE: Development of this project was suspended over two years ago. Currently, the NativeBOINC doesn't works correctly on Android 5.0 or later. We recommend to use an official BOINC client for Android.

Also on github there is no activity since a few years
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