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Nvidia Settings - Optimization

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Anonymous
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Nvidia Settings - Optimization

Goodmorning;

 

My shift-opposite programmer is complaining that his machine is bogging down doing some fairly basic operations. I don't experience them but I don't do similar work.

 

I'd like to see if there are maybe some tips or tricks to get everything to flow better on these Quadro cards. We had to do a work-around to get setup sheets working (the 3d app - visual simulation check box) so I wonder if we are just poorly optimized.

 

Specs are as follows;

 

[Display]
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro, 64-bit
DirectX version: 12.0
GPU processor:  Quadro M4000
Driver version:  377.48
Direct3D API version: 12
Direct3D feature level: 12_1
CUDA Cores:  1664
Core clock:  772 MHz
Memory data rate: 6010 MHz
Memory interface: 256-bit
Memory bandwidth: 192.32 GB/s
Total available graphics memory: 24531 MB
Dedicated video memory: 8192 MB GDDR5
System video memory: 0 MB
Shared system memory: 16339 MB
Video BIOS version: 84.04.88.00.06
IRQ:   Not used
Bus:   PCI Express x16 Gen3
Device Id:  10DE 13F1 115310DE
Part Number:  G400 0501

 

Specs 1.JPG

 

 

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iamcdn79
in reply to: Anonymous

Try using the settings in the attached pics

 

Capture.PNGCapture2.PNG


Intel Core i9 13900KF CPU
128 GB Kingston Beast DDR4 SDRAM
PNY RTX A2000 6GB Video Card
WD 1 TB SSD Hard Drive
Windows 11 Pro

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Anonymous
in reply to: iamcdn79

Seems to work well for me, I've noticed some increased speed so hopefully it'll carry over.

 

Are there any other optimizations that I should be doing? I think a lot of it may be our fixture models being overly heavy on the surfaces (3000+ surfaces for jig plate is...suboptimal.) but if there are other easy fixes I'm all for them.

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iamcdn79
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What format are those files written out in? Try .dmt, or .dgk 


Intel Core i9 13900KF CPU
128 GB Kingston Beast DDR4 SDRAM
PNY RTX A2000 6GB Video Card
WD 1 TB SSD Hard Drive
Windows 11 Pro

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