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Jason G

June 18, 2012, 11:27:38 AM
Could be.  Some say these are hard to get, so it depends mostly or your needs/wants/budget and confidence.  Their waranty & personal history does it for me.  They know it & is why they have the great reputation

Caprio

June 18, 2012, 10:46:08 AM
Hey theres now 2 units available at Jimms Evga GTX 680 2GB GDDR5 for 519? Maybe time to close the deal on one before midsummer?

Jason G

June 16, 2012, 06:12:11 AM
I'd personally stick with an eVGA 680, preferably signiature 2 model... If you can get it.  Best Warranty & parts binning IMO, and the 680 full part is preferable if you can stretch the budget.  My own 680 is a reference Gigabyte one, which runs very well too, though the warranty conditions are tigh

Caprio

June 08, 2012, 05:35:17 PM
Any ideas how easy one could get a 2 slot 680? Would Palit be an option? Or would it be better to get a 670?

Jason G

April 09, 2012, 09:27:36 PM
680 currently doing 6 tasks at a time.. No idea if that's optimal, but it looks cool  ;D

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Upgraded the app_info to support v7 work, also included the stock Linux x64 CPU app.


This build is directly from the X-branch, so changes from other prior Linux builds directly reflect current development efforts.

This is an ongoing effort to gradually bring Linux support into greater focus in 2012.

Baseline Cuda X-branch features include: - Tightened Validation characteristic against CPU builds (accuracy) - Rarer '-12' triplet related errors - Fault tolerant behaviour - 'V7-readiness' - Linux build uses identical application code to the Windows build (Only differences are OS/Driver/Library related)

Please see the readme for full release notes.

READ THEM before you install.

Use at your own risk - 'your mileage may vary'

Thanks go to Aaron Haviland for the port & polish going into X branch for Linux, and it should mean that Cuda build Linux support can continue to develop as further refinements are introduced into the main codebase.

Planned future upgrades currently include improvements to pulsefinding (VLAR behaviour) and removal of the prevalent remaining triplet related '-12' limitations. Thanks, Jason G Extra note, to ALL users: With gradually expanding Linux development, and experience gleaned from Windows development in recent years, User feedback has played a pivotal role in refinement in all areas.

Along those lines User suggestions (Thanks Sunu!) have prompted that Linux development will require 'opening up' Lunatics site some.

While there are immediate (technical) obstacles to doing so, the needs of both Linux developers & users are under detailed consideration at this time, along with planned modernization of other platform information & support mechanisms.

For the time being, while these changes are under careful planning and implementation, if you have feedback or need help, & are not a registered user here, please create a thread on Seti@Home's Number Crunching forum.

Requests for registration here will continue to be considered on a case by case basis, and Development/PreRelease status offered only at the discretion of the developers in those areas.

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