Joined: 9 Dec 07
I have 2 video cards. A 980 GTX Running just fine and a 760 GTX that BOINC will not run.
In bold is the video card that is not running.
1/11/2018 8:05:46 PM | | Starting BOINC client version 7.8.3 for windows_x86_64
Software: Win 10 Pro 64 bit-Video Drivers v398.82-CUDA v9.2-V-Box 5.2.16-BOINC v7.12.1
Hardware: ASUS X-99 Deluxe-i7 5930K Extreme Edition 3.50Ghz, 12 core-16GB of RAM-EVGA GTX 1080Ti FTW3-250 SSD for BOINC Program and 2TB HDD for data.
Help desk expert
Joined: 2 Jul 14
The configuration is read from a file cc_config.xml. If this file is absent, the default configuration is used. To create or edit the file, use a text editor such as Notepad, and save it as cc_config.xml in your BOINC Data directory.
If 1, use all GPUs (otherwise only the most capable ones are used). Requires a client restart.
Help desk expert
Joined: 29 Aug 05
I'm about sure that the "ignored by config" message only occurs when the user specifically ignores the GPU via cc_config.xml
When two different Nvidia GPUs are in there, both CUDA and OpenCL on the weakest GPU will state "Not used".
So instead of just adding use_all_gpus, also check further down in your cc_config.xml file if you are ignoring GPU1. More specifically via the ignore_nvidia_dev option.
<ignore_nvidia_dev>N</ignore_nvidia_dev>Ignore (don't use) a specific NVIDIA GPU. You can ignore more than one. Requires a client restart.
Please do not private message me for tech support. Use the forums for that. Tech PMs will be ignored.
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