I recently re-installed the app after some hardware and software changes. I'm not getting any GPU work. Is there no GPU work available, or do I have something configured incorrectly?
To check to see if your GPU is detected you can use the hotkey Ctrl+Shift+E to pull up the Event Log. Then scroll to the top to see something like this...
7/30/2015 1:52:59 PM | | CUDA: NVIDIA GPU 0: GeForce GTX 960 (driver version 353.62, CUDA version 7.5, compute capability 5.2, 4096MB, 3371MB available, 4006 GFLOPS peak)
7/30/2015 1:52:59 PM | | OpenCL: NVIDIA GPU 0: GeForce GTX 960 (driver version 353.62, device version OpenCL 1.2 CUDA, 4096MB, 3371MB available, 4006 GFLOPS peak)
Thanks. Looks like everything shows up correctly, must not be any work. I know some stuff is only for AMD and some only for nVidia, and I've got AMD, so we have both of those bases covered. Must not be any work, then.
Correct -- we have no GPU work at the moment. And looks like tasks will be mostly CPU-based for the near future (*though this is of course subject to change if new opportunities arise).
Are you planning to add any GPU based project in the near future? If yes, which are the prospects?
Hi Adam. For now, the applications we're running are CPU-only.
(We've run GPU applications from time to time in the past; just don't have demand at the moment.)
We used to have Einstein@home GPU apps, is there a reaseon why don't you support it any more?
E@h GPU apps award a LOT of credits to users with certain types of GPU, which would give them an unfair advantage in the prize draws. We hope to reintroduce GPU apps in the future.