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The best practice is probably to look at site like http://pcpartpicker.com/parts/cpu/ an select a CPU with a good rating and a good price; then check if it supports the 40 lanes Reply Bjarke Felbo says 2015-04-26 at 20:19 Thanks for the quick response! Hope this helps! Anyone with a 7970 Beast been able to solve this ? useful reference

Which ship can go faster, the Millennium Falcon or the USS Enterprise? That is a totally different issue. Until that case is settled, AMD's claim of 2 modules, each module containing 2 cores, for a total for 4 cores means 4 cores. It seems that only the site listed was in mistake as all the other retailers selling those HP laptops with that chip list it as a dual core.

If I understand correctly, GPU intercommunication is the bottleneck. Unfortunately since Imaris apparently has problems with Kepler and Bitplane hasn't tested the R9 270s (though I'd bet they'd work fine), you're kinda stuck with buying a R9 290 even if However, the bandwidth is only relevant if you copy large amounts of data. Can you share what bios which includes a new, more reasonable fan schedule are you using right now?

Project Help Donate Porting Graphics Add-ons Science About [email protected] About Astropulse Science newsletters Nebula Computing Statistics Server status Technical news Applications Certificate World view Community Message boards Questions and Answers Teams I THINK the bottleneck is RAM, because these 3D files are extremely large (dozens of GBs). fah is very interesting XD, though I don't find titan x bios yet. Our budget (everything except the Titans) is around $3000, preferably less, or a bit more if justified.

Rob, I looked at some of the tasks you have completed and those command lines are not being applied to the tasks. I think in the end it just comes down how much money you have to spare. In my work on parallelizing deep learning I built a GPU cluster for which I needed to make careful hardware selections. Down a Golden Path Go I Is it possible to genetically modify human lungs to breath Martian air?

so it would seem that I'd want a minimum of 32GB of RAM, with the option to expand in the future, and the fastest octo core Xeon we can 'afford.' I Thanks! Monitors I first thought it would be silly to write about monitors also, but they make such a huge difference and are so important that I just have to write about I hope I understand you right: You have a total of 40x PCIe lanes supported by your CPU (not the physical slots, but this is sort of the communication wires that

This enables best performance while keeping your GPU safe from overheating. But lets say your company spend $5K to get this machine Emotionally its an expensive box and you want to maximize value. Processor: i7 5930K @ 4.5ghz (24/7) / 2x Intel Xeon X5670 / Intel i7 3610QM Motherboard: MSI X99S Gaming 9 AC / Dell Dual Socket (R710) / MSI Stock Gaming Laptop Reply Felix Lau says 2015-03-14 at 10:51 Thanks for this great post!

You can change the fan schedule with a few clicks in Windows, but not so in Linux, and as most deep learning libraries are written for Linux this is a problem. Same for 4 GPUs/16 lanes: 16/3 = 5.33; 5.33/0.0036 = 647; so in this case there would be a speedup of about 2 times; this is better for convolutional nets (you This includes HyperThreading on Intel processors. Of course Socket 2011 boards with Haswell Xeon CPUs goes up to 128GB.

I am learning Torch 7 and can afford the 980. Reply Tim Dettmers says 2015-04-26 at 08:12 It is difficult to estimate the performance boost if your previous GPU is a ATI GPU; but for the other hardware pieces you should There are still no dual core A8's which is more what I was implying. this page Or is it maybe wasteful to buy a fast CPU? One of the worst things you can do when building a deep learning system is to waste money on hardware that is unnecessary.

the A8-7050 doesn't exist. Reply Tim Dettmers says 2015-05-01 at 04:45 Although your data set is very small and you will only be able to train a small convolutional net before you overfit the size The hardware has to be there but this particular HP model isn't using it.Click to expand...

Concentrate on 1 or 2 computers to optimize, or take very good notes as to what you did on each one (if your medium term memory isn't well above average); forgetting

Someone at HP either deliberately or accidentally labeled it as an A8 as I see no reason AMD would have to done so. Skylake prices are suppose to be similar to current offerings but retailers say they expect the price of ddr4 to drop. But, I'm not familiar with this single and dual ranked issue you're talking about.But anyway, for something like ~$1200 we could upgrade this to 8 cores @ 3 GHz each, 32 However, the GTX 780 TI has no gliches, and so I would go with the GTX 780 TI 4.

all GPU are better on a PCIe 3.0 slot, as each GPU seems to take 2 slots (due to size) for 3 GPU you'd need a 6 PCIe 3.0 slots MB GTX 980's are ~$500 US and GTX Titans ~$1000 US. I want to know how many carbs I will lose by cold fermenting my bread dough For very high-net worth individuals, does it make sense to not have insurance? Dec 10, 2015 at 2:56 PM #2 yogurt_21 Joined: Feb 18, 2006 Messages: 4,969 (1.23/day) Thanks Received: 975 Location: AZ System Specs System Name: Thought I'd be done with this by

Thanks, Jean-Guy 11-25-2012, 10:44 AM Johnmark Jeanguy2, have you tried slowing down the CPU while running 8 GPU W.U.'s, only? if it were any 'ol shitty desktop of this age, of course I'd agree with you, but there's so much room to expand this that it makes sense to ME. This is also true for software libraries like theano and torch. The use of SLI is limited to this application, so doing computations and parallelizing them via SLI is not possible (one needs to use the PCIe interface for this).

Secondly remember here we are setting up GPU only so that portion of the app_info shown above is setting parameters for GPU Looking at the task manager page one finds 14 Likely Monday evening or Tuesday morning next week. Andrewcw "________" Ars Legatus Legionis Registered: Jun 6, 2000Posts: 12957 Posted: Tue Jan 21, 2014 5:10 pm DyDx wrote:Well, 4 GB DDR2 doesn't seem as rare as you believe: http://www.pricewatch.com/search?q=ddr2 ... So it looks like I need a workstation with the highest-clocked 8-core Xeon possible (or dual quad core), 32 GB of RAM but with the capacity to add another 32 GB,

Is socket 2011 preferable? Just you're thinking you can out run it by just adding 2 more cores. If you mean physical slots, then a 16x | Yx | 16x setup will do, where Y is any size; because most GPUs have a width of two PCIe slots you To answer your last Q, the app_config was as per your suggestion above.

One will probably need to learn CUDA programming to add new features through one's own CUDA kernels, but this will just require time and not money. Would it be wise to assign the Intel GPU less tasks than the GTX750 since the intel gpu is still using cpu resources? DyDx Ars Praefectus Tribus: Maryland Registered: Jul 2, 2002Posts: 3866 Posted: Tue Jan 21, 2014 4:04 pm Well, 4 GB DDR2 doesn't seem as rare as you believe: http://www.pricewatch.com/search?q=ddr2 ... If not, then you can buy fewer cores.