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1) Message boards : Number crunching : PPS (Sieve) Cobblestone Recalibration (Message 37844)
Posted 3324 days ago by Profile Mad Matt
If I read this right, we could come close to parity in running cost per credit between PG and GPUGRID on CUDA and on the other hand MW/Collatz on ATI. Probably with some advantages for Moo on ATI. That certainly would be interesting - except for all those who invested big.

I am however glad I did not yet get another 570. And to be honest, I don't think Primegrid will be a winner in this contest.
2) Message boards : Sieving : ppsieve ATI/OpenCL testing (Message 29644)
Posted 3520 days ago by Profile Mad Matt
The solution was simple: using W7 now and things started working instantly. Now I am still guessing why, could be the SDK installation under XP is bugged?


All my Box's are XP & they run the SDK okay on the ATI ones ... XP 64-Bit


Do you use a box with two ATI cards?
3) Message boards : Sieving : ppsieve ATI/OpenCL testing (Message 29641)
Posted 3520 days ago by Profile Mad Matt

For both cases, for whatever reason, the SDK is not installing properly. If you did not install the APP version of the driver, you need to do so (look for it as the second or third entry, typically, in the list of drivers--the regular drivers do not have what is needed for OpenCL). If you did install the APP version, then some problem likely occurred during the installation. Reinstalling can sometimes fix this, but if not, then two other options might work. First, you could install the sdk directly (google "ATI SDK 2.3" and chose the correct 32- or 64-bit version for your OS). If that does not work, uninstall the ATI drivers and software completely (*note: it is a good idea to use a driver sweeper/cleaner software after doing a standard uninstall to make sure that all the old install is wiped) and then do a full reinstall of the APP drivers.



I followed exactly that procedure several times now, including driver sweeper. Oops, just realized I used the w7 2.3 SDK by accident...hopefully that's it.


Now after a complete new clean install of 10.12 APP driver and even after a complete new install of the 2.3 SDK for XP 64 it still didn't work.


The solution was simple: using W7 now and things started working instantly. Now I am still guessing why, could be the SDK installation under XP is bugged?
4) Message boards : Sieving : ppsieve ATI/OpenCL testing (Message 29379)
Posted 3524 days ago by Profile Mad Matt

For both cases, for whatever reason, the SDK is not installing properly. If you did not install the APP version of the driver, you need to do so (look for it as the second or third entry, typically, in the list of drivers--the regular drivers do not have what is needed for OpenCL). If you did install the APP version, then some problem likely occurred during the installation. Reinstalling can sometimes fix this, but if not, then two other options might work. First, you could install the sdk directly (google "ATI SDK 2.3" and chose the correct 32- or 64-bit version for your OS). If that does not work, uninstall the ATI drivers and software completely (*note: it is a good idea to use a driver sweeper/cleaner software after doing a standard uninstall to make sure that all the old install is wiped) and then do a full reinstall of the APP drivers.



I followed exactly that procedure several times now, including driver sweeper. Oops, just realized I used the w7 2.3 SDK by accident...hopefully that's it.


Now after a complete new clean install of 10.12 APP driver and even after a complete new install of the 2.3 SDK for XP 64 it still didn't work.
5) Message boards : Sieving : ppsieve ATI/OpenCL testing (Message 29374)
Posted 3524 days ago by Profile Mad Matt
I have a Raedon HD 4350 and on enabling it to recieve gpu WU's all error out.
This is the error I'm seeing:

<core_client_version>6.10.56</core_client_version>
<![CDATA[
<message>
- exit code -150 (0xffffff6a)
</message>
<stderr_txt>
Sieve started: 3291295000000000 <= p < 3291298000000000
Thread 0 starting
Detected 32 multiprocessors (160 SPUs) on device 0.
Command-line error: cannot open error file "C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\OCL2.tmp.log": not
a regular file

1 catastrophic error detected in the compilation of "C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\OCL2.tmp.cl".
Compilation terminated.
Error: Building Program (clBuildProgram): Program build failure
Internal error: clc compiler invocation failed. Make sure ATISTREAMSDKROOT is set
19:26:04 (2944): called boinc_finish

</stderr_txt>

I have all the required software/drivers installed.
I'm running Boinc 6.10.58 on an XP-64 system.

I've suspended the ATI card until I can get this sorted.



Have been getting similar errors on

HD4770 x2, XP 64, 6.10.58.
CCC 10.12 and SDK 2.3.
No crossfire

No matter what I do, Open CL box is not ticked in GPU-Z. Tried several app infos and stock apps. So far nothing worked.
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