Re: [AMBER] Wrong results in GTX TITAN, correct results on GTX580

From: Scott Le Grand <>
Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2013 06:56:12 -0700

The problem with memtest is that it just exercises memory. Memory on its
own is usually fine. What seems to be going on is that the memory starts
giving errors when the GPU heats up the system while number-crunching. i
have found all sorts of GPUs, from all AMBER-compatible generations, that
pass memtest and even run n-body, only to blow up running JAC NVE. for 2

We know Titan has issues and I suspect at least some 780s will as well.
What's interesting is the people who have gotten around this by modding
their GPU heatsinks and downclocking memory by a factor of 2. Not for the
faint of heart, but a lot cheaper than buying Teslas. That said, I suspect
the future lead to contexts where Teslas better prove their worth running


On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 5:05 AM, ET <> wrote:

> I never got any memtest errors with my TITANS either, so it is a
> combination of hardware and the CUDA code IMO,
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