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    Wishgranter
    Hi Philipp
    It is absolutely OK, there are data transfers etc so it cannot work at 100 % all the time, it is technically not possible with the current state of technology.
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    Philipp Lange
    thanks , i was just wondering about that behavior.
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    Ørjan Sandland
    Just to follow up on this a little. I have seen the same behavior and I'm curious if a dual gpu dual cpu setup means somewhat higher efficiency? I have single CPU dual GPU now, and when the GPUs are heavily loaded - jobs seems to be loaded to each GPU every other time (if I can rely on my GPU monitor).
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    Wishgranter
    Hi Ørjan Sandland

    Can you please make screenshot from MSI Afterburner on the GPU status ? ( not other GPU monitoring sw as have seen issues with reporting proper values )
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    Ørjan Sandland
    Wishgranter wrote:
    Hi Ørjan Sandland

    Can you please make screenshot from MSI Afterburner on the GPU status ? ( not other GPU monitoring sw as have seen issues with reporting proper values )


    I installed Afterburner, but I can't find a way to display both GPUs at the same time. GPU Shark displays both, and that's how I noticed that it seemed to "send GPU jobs" to them in a kind of an alternating pattern.
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    Wishgranter
    Hi Ørjan Sandland

    That can be done quite easy way in SETTINGS.

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    Ørjan Sandland
    I monitored it for a while, and it seems like the two GPUs are trailing eachother very closely. Not sure if this is a delay on the monitoring tool or not.
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