From: Milad Lagzian (milad.lagzian_at_gmail.com)
Date: Mon Jun 24 2019 - 07:09:44 CDT
I have the same problem on the same platform. Posted it in this forum
earlier, with no response yet :(
I did not find any idea why this happened. However, I find out a little
weird thing. I have AnyDesk remote connection software on the system.
Whenever I connected to this system from another system with AnyDesk, the
CPU and GPU run in higher capacity (10% CPU and 8% GPU before connection,
50% CPU and 30% GPU after connection). Although this is not the highest
calculation capacity of my system, However, it can significantly improve
the simulation performance.
On Thu, Jun 20, 2019 at 12:14 Maximilian Ebert <mebert_at_chemcomp.com> wrote:
> HI there,
> The CUDA acceleration on our Windows 10 desktop computer seems not to
> work. The NVIDIA P5000 GPU idles around 1-5% for small or large systems. We
> have a Linux equivalent with a P4000 and all appears to work fine. I
> attached the GPU stdout from windows for 1 CPU + 1 GPU and 4 CPUs + 1 GPU.
> Both run slow. Any idea what is going on?
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