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Eric Hartford's WizardLM Uncensored Falcon 7B GGML

These files are GGML format model files for Eric Hartford's WizardLM Uncensored Falcon 7B.

These files will not work in llama.cpp, text-generation-webui or KoboldCpp.

GGCC is a new format created in a new fork of llama.cpp that introduced this new Falcon GGML-based support: cmp-nc/ggllm.cpp.

Currently these files will also not work with code that previously supported Falcon, such as LoLLMs Web UI and ctransformers. But support should be added soon.

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Prompt template: WizardLM

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To build cmp-nct's fork of llama.cpp with Falcon support plus CUDA acceleration, please try the following steps:

git clone https://github.com/cmp-nct/ggllm.cpp
cd ggllm.cpp
rm -rf build && mkdir build && cd build && cmake -DGGML_CUBLAS=1 .. && cmake --build . --config Release

Compiling on Windows: developer cmp-nct notes: 'I personally compile it using VScode. When compiling with CUDA support using the Microsoft compiler it's essential to select the "Community edition build tools". Otherwise CUDA won't compile.'

Once compiled you can then use bin/falcon_main just like you would use llama.cpp. For example:

bin/falcon_main -t 8 -ngl 100 -b 1 -m wizardlm-7b-uncensored.ggccv1.q4_0.bin -enc -p "write a story about llamas"

Parameter -enc should automatically use the right prompt template for the model, so you can just enter your desired prompt.

You can specify -ngl 100 regardles of your VRAM, as it will automatically detect how much VRAM is available to be used.

Adjust -t 8 (the number of CPU cores to use) according to what performs best on your system. Do not exceed the number of physical CPU cores you have.

-b 1 reduces batch size to 1. This slightly lowers prompt evaluation time, but frees up VRAM to load more of the model on to your GPU. If you find prompt evaluation too slow and have enough spare VRAM, you can remove this parameter.

Please see https://github.com/cmp-nct/ggllm.cpp for further details and instructions.

Provided files

Name Quant method Bits Size Max RAM required Use case
wizardlm-7b-uncensored.ggccv1.q4_0.bin q4_0 4 4.06 GB 6.56 GB Original quant method, 4-bit.
wizardlm-7b-uncensored.ggccv1.q4_1.bin q4_1 4 4.51 GB 7.01 GB Original quant method, 4-bit. Higher accuracy than q4_0 but not as high as q5_0. However has quicker inference than q5 models.
wizardlm-7b-uncensored.ggccv1.q5_0.bin q5_0 5 4.96 GB 7.46 GB Original quant method, 5-bit. Higher accuracy, higher resource usage and slower inference.
wizardlm-7b-uncensored.ggccv1.q5_1.bin q5_1 5 5.42 GB 7.92 GB Original quant method, 5-bit. Even higher accuracy, resource usage and slower inference.
wizardlm-7b-uncensored.ggccv1.q8_0.bin q8_0 8 7.67 GB 10.17 GB Original quant method, 8-bit. Almost indistinguishable from float16. High resource use and slow. Not recommended for most users.

Note: the above RAM figures assume no GPU offloading. If layers are offloaded to the GPU, this will reduce RAM usage and use VRAM instead.


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Original model card: Eric Hartford's WizardLM Uncensored Falcon 7B

This is WizardLM trained on top of tiiuae/falcon-7b, with a subset of the dataset - responses that contained alignment / moralizing were removed. The intent is to train a WizardLM that doesn't have alignment built-in, so that alignment (of any sort) can be added separately with for example with a RLHF LoRA.

Shout out to the open source AI/ML community, and everyone who helped me out.

Note: An uncensored model has no guardrails. You are responsible for anything you do with the model, just as you are responsible for anything you do with any dangerous object such as a knife, gun, lighter, or car. Publishing anything this model generates is the same as publishing it yourself. You are responsible for the content you publish, and you cannot blame the model any more than you can blame the knife, gun, lighter, or car for what you do with it.

Prompt format is Wizardlm.

What is a falcon?  Can I keep one as a pet?
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