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The Perf-Per-Watt Of NVIDIA Fermi To Pascal, AMD R700 To Polaris With Newest Linux Drivers

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  • #11
    We shifted our focus a while back from working on the Mesa/clover OpenCL implementation (which never got the community adoption we hoped) to opening up the OpenCL driver you see in AMDGPU-PRO. So the version in AMDGPU-PRO is the right one to be testing.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by bridgman View Post
      We shifted our focus a while back from working on the Mesa/clover OpenCL implementation (which never got the community adoption we hoped) to opening up the OpenCL driver you see in AMDGPU-PRO. So the version in AMDGPU-PRO is the right one to be testing.
      Amazing! It's good to see AMD's trying to provide the best of both worlds (CSS and OSS) for the OSS stack.

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      • #13
        Just noticed this, but I find it interesting that the CPU usage is significantly lower on R600 than RadeonSI.

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        • #14
          Why GTX 1050 consume more power than GTX 1070?

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          • #15
            what is the watts of the base system ?

            geforce gtx 750 ti should be around 60 watts ?
            I know my R9 290's pull around 330 watts full load ( 300 watts if not OC modded )

            trying to decide what GPU to get with low watts to replace my AMD A10-5800K APU system with an AMD Ryzen 7 with the highest performance at the lowest possible wattage

            or just wait till 2019 for the Gray Hawk: 7nm APU based on Zen+ architecture

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