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GPUTool error with GTX980ti
I have a 4 GPU setup (GTX980ti, 1070, 1070ti) and have applied the latest PIMPUP. I have no issues with the 1070/ti cards when using the latest GPUTool. However, I get the following results for the 980ti GPU when executing gputool --config:
Any suggestions? Thank you in advance!
GPU 2: Fan Speed set to 60%
GPU 2: PowerLimit set to 250 W
GPU 2: !
ERROR: The attribute 'GPUGraphicsClockOffsetAllPerformanceLevels' specified
'[gpu:2]/GPUGraphicsClockOffsetAllPerformanceLevels=100' cannot be
assigned (it is a read-only attribute).
GPU 2: !
ERROR: The attribute 'GPUMemoryTransferRateOffsetAllPerformanceLevels'
specified in assignment
be assigned (it is a read-only attribute).
PIMP version 2.5-all
PIMP CLI v20180423
PIMP software package version v20180727
Good morning Bryan,
I do apologize that you haven't received a reply to your post, usually all posts are replied to, but it appears on this occasion your post slipped through the net, I'm so sorry for this.
A 'pimpup' to the latest release as of yesterday should hopefully resolve this. Always good though to check the seating of your 4 gpu's to your riser card's as they can move over time, and also all power and data cables. If that fails, I would be recommend re-imaging to the latest PiMP OS version 2.6, as their have been updates to drivers, etc.
Please do let us know how you get on Bryan, and of course you can always chat with us on Discord.
Louis- Thank you for the reply. The behavior is the same after running pimpup and checking the power/data cables. I will give 2.6 a try in the near future.
Good Evening Bryan,
Yes, please do give 2.6 a try when time permits, and see if this resolve the issue, also please do keep us informed as well.
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I've the same problem. 2.6 didn't fix it.
I've upgraded to 2.8.6 and switched out the riser card. Exact same behavior.
Thanks, bryan for letting us know. Unfortunately, gputool asks the driver to set the setting, and the driver is not doing it. Newer drivers did not help. So, it may not be possible to set those particular settings for that particular GPU. We are not able to ask the GPU or the drivers to do things they are not able to do - but hopefully some of the settings do work for you. Best Wishes!
" (it is a read-only attribute)." is the big clue here. It appears the driver is unable to set these values on these cards. Why that is I cannot say.
So strange - that's a change in behavior. You used to be able to set all the GPU vars without issue. Thanks for your help!
I ran into the very same problem with gputool today when configurating my old GTX970.
[/root]:# gputool --config PIMP GPU Tool v20191007 GPUs type: NVI Conf file loaded, configuring 6 GPUs.. GPU 0: NVI, busid 01:00.0 GPU 0: Fan Speed set to 70% GPU 0: PowerLimit set to 150 W GPU 0: ! ERROR: The attribute 'GPUGraphicsClockOffsetAllPerformanceLevels' specified in assignment '[gpu:0]/GPUGraphicsClockOffsetAllPerformanceLevels=0' cannot be assigned (it is a read-only attribute). GPU 0: ! ERROR: The attribute 'GPUMemoryTransferRateOffsetAllPerformanceLevels' specified in assignment '[gpu:0]/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffsetAllPerformanceLevels=0' cannot be assigned (it is a read-only attribute).
I found this post:
where it looks like NVIDIA changed there syntax.
"It looks that with recent nvidia video drivers there was a change in naming. ArchWiki has this:"
Exec=nvidia-settings -a "[gpu:0]/GPUFanControlState=1" -a "[fan:0]/GPUCurrentFanSpeed=n"
and the correct name according to nvidia developer zone is this
Exec=nvidia-settings -a "[gpu:0]/GPUFanControlState=1" -a "[fan:0]/GPUTargetFanSpeed=n"
Maybe can be helpful,
All the best, Agkbill
Hi all, we have since updated gputool to reflect nvidia's driver changes. Current version of gputool should work for that card now. Thanks!!
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