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What are the newest drivers that work best with [email protected]?

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dfonda

Senior Golfer
Joined
Feb 25, 2004
What are the newest drivers that will not break [email protected]? I am always remiss to change mine when they are working. The Front Page article tells us to update to the newest driver.

I am using 446.14 on both Win 10 PC's. My production has already been up 15% to 30%.

The GPU's in my sig are GTX 1080 Ti with an RTX 2060.....and 2 RTX 2060's.
 

HayesK

Member
Joined
Oct 11, 2008
My linux hosts are folding core22 v0.0.13 using CUDA with Ubuntu 18.04 and ppa driver 450.66.
My only windows host is W10 notebook with 960m. Just installed 456.55 (released 09/28) and appears to be folding OK with core22 v0.0.13 using CUDA. First wu completed and results returned OK. Compared to my prior driver 452.06, HFM is showing the same average TPF on p13427, but the minimum TPF is 1 second lower with 456.55 than 452.06. So no worse and possibly better.
 
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dfonda

dfonda

Senior Golfer
Joined
Feb 25, 2004
So it seems the drivers do not matter much, my PPD is up 2 Mill or more using old drivers. Core 22 works with many of them.

Thanks for the feedback. I'll stick with the ones listed here. No use breaking something that does not need fixing.:thup:

Thing is my increase is more than 30%...:cool: