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Hola my friend @_mat_  , something is wrong with gpupi 3.2 and latest nvidia rtx 3090 video cards. It runs and scores are great but the program cannot detect the video card  and clocks correctly , hence it won't let me submit here in hwbot scores for 1b gpupi 3.2 , anyt help or guidance will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

 

Kind Regards: Angelo

 

 

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Yes, that's very much possible. If I remember correctly from Frederick's short mail replies, the hardware has to be added in a special way to make it work for the submission API. So if the uploading doesn't work on the HWBOT side of things (like the server returns with an error), it might be necessary to let @Leeghoofd know.

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Is there any way to make GPUPI work with windows7 ?

I tried on many ways, it crashes on hwinfo, i disabled detection. 

Now it crashes when i try to submit score to hw bot or save result. 

I tried all CL's from Intel, from AMD and so on. 

 

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On 10/8/2020 at 11:32 PM, _mat_ said:

Yes, that's very much possible. If I remember correctly from Frederick's short mail replies, the hardware has to be added in a special way to make it work for the submission API. So if the uploading doesn't work on the HWBOT side of things (like the server returns with an error), it might be necessary to let @Leeghoofd know.

Late reply to this but if it helps, yes all strings coming from external programs have to be matched manually to a specific hardware db entry. I usually do this once in a month but the first user with new hardware will always face a problem. And there is some hardware which is just cant be identified by name. Like "Radeon Graphics" or "Athlon XP", "Athlon 64 3200",... Those stuff get ignored. Dont know how you handle this. But I would prefer not to submit directly to the rankings but to give the user the possibility to enter his hardware manually on the submit page. There are other things like cooling, motherboard and ram which can be only added by editing.

I can only encourage all users with detection problems to start a new topic in the support section. Maybe you could alter the error message in those cases accordingly. 

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Im facing a little strange problem with GPU PI 3.3.3:

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This doesnt complete even with stock settings. However version 3.2 has no problems. I also dont see whats wrong, since it states that "calculation finished successfully".

As there are zero Vega 64 cards with 3.3 32B ranking but 15 competitors in the 1B ranking, something looks wrong here. My Vega 56 got flashed to a Vega 64, so the problem might be name handling. But otherwise no clue, I tried different opencl dlls but that made no difference. Next is trying with the stock bios to confirm my theory.

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The resulting hash is invalid. Not by much, the last hexadecimal digit should be 8, but it is 9. This looks like a rounding error.

It's probably an OpenCL driver bug triggered by a kernel/compilation option in GPUPI 3.3. You can try different/older drivers, but I can't promise you anything.

That's exactly what happens if you don't get the graphics card to test and fix a benchmark. They will stop working at some point when the vendor changes pile up. 6900 XT doesn't work as well.

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