1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 12, 2018 12:10 PM by elstaci

    Is possible to make change from graphic to compute mode by command line or another way without goto radeon setting one  by one card?

    patthara74

      Is possible to make change from graphic to compute mode by command line or another way without goto radeon setting one  by one card?. I use 12 gpu and it take a time to do this one by one card.

       

      can we chage all of them in one time?

       

      Thank you for your help

        • Re: Is possible to make change from graphic to compute mode by command line or another way without goto radeon setting one  by one card?
          elstaci

          This is from AMD Support on how to set all GPU from Graphics to Compute mode Globally using AMD Radeon software . You must have installed Radeon software 17.10.2 or later. Here is the link from the information below: How to Switch Between Graphics and Compute GPU Workloads Within AMD Radeon™ Settings

           

          How to Switch Between Graphics and Compute GPU Workloads Within AMD Radeon™ Settings

          Article Number: DH-024

           

          AMD Radeon Settings now allows the GPU to be optimized for Graphics or Compute Workloads. Switching to Compute Workload should provide better performance with Blockchain Compute applications. More information on Blockchain Compute technology can be found online.


          Note! This option is available on supported graphics cards using AMD Radeon Crimson Relive Edition 17.10.2 and later. Please refer to the driver release notes for information on supported GPUs.

          The steps below explain how to access the GPU Workload option.

          1. Open the AMD Radeon Settings application. This can be done in any of the following ways:
            1. Right click on your desktop and select AMD Radeon Settings
            2. Select AMD Radeon Settings from the Programs menu.
          2. Click on the Gaming menu option.


          3. Click on Global Settings.


          4. On the Global Graphics tab, click on GPU Workload.
            Note! Graphics is enabled by default.


          5. Select the desired GPU Workload.


          6. Click Yes to restart AMD Radeon Settings for the change to take effect.


          7. On restart, the GPU will now operate in the selected workload mode.
            Note! In systems with more than one GPU, this option will apply to all GPUs in the system.