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October 31, 2010, 09:29:48 PM
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Compiled this as I thought it may be of interest to someone... just some averages from hardware I'm running at the moment.

model name   : Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU       M 350  @ 2.27GHz
cores                : 2
cpu MHz      : 2266.000
hashespersec  : 1486742


model name   : Pentium(R) Dual-Core  CPU      E5400  @ 2.70GHz
cores                : 2
cpu MHz      : 2700.000
hashespersec  : 2271696


model name   : Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU     E7300  @ 2.66GHz
cores                : 2
cpu MHz      : 2667.000
hashespersec  : 2518728


model name   : AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 240e Processor
cores                : 2
cpu MHz      : 2812.699
hashespersec  : 2706358


model name   : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU           E5520  @ 2.27GHz
cores                : 4
cpu MHz      : 2265.620
hashespersec  : 6502822


model name   : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU           E5530  @ 2.40GHz
cores                : 4
cpu MHz      : 2395.000
hashespersec  : 7138070


model name   : AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1055T Processor
cores                : 6
cpu MHz      : 2819.765
hashespersec  : 15840454

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November 08, 2010, 05:14:22 AM
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What OS are you using?  I'm running on a 6-core, faster Xeon, and my rate is way below yours (OSX).  Are you using SSE or a GPU to get these rates?
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November 08, 2010, 06:06:02 PM
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I'm getting about 6,000Khash/sec with a 6-core, 3.33GHz Xeon Mac Pro.  I tried the -4way switch but it didn't seem to help.
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November 19, 2010, 05:46:33 PM
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Just want to make sure I understand this correctly.

The next hash that the Bitcoin client running on my old single-core laptop has just as much chance of solving the block as does the next hash performed by a miner running on the most souped up GPU-aided hardware out there, right?

The only difference is that the number of attempts by the miner is an order of magnitude or greater than the number of attempts by me.

Is my understanding of this correct?

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November 19, 2010, 05:56:23 PM
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Your understanding is correct.

But the difference in number of attempts between your laptop and a souped-up GPU is enormous...
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November 19, 2010, 07:46:23 PM
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device: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 6000+
cpu MHz      : 2999.654
cores: 2
hashespersec: 2816639

device: GeForce 8600 GT (m0mchil OpenCL miner)
gpu MHz             : 1188
cores: 4
hashespersec: 5666000

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November 22, 2010, 11:39:02 PM
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Thanks for the stats - I used the posts above in this thread to compile a table at https://www.bitcoin.org/wiki/doku.php?id=bitcoin_miners .  Some data is missing, please feel free to edit.

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November 26, 2010, 09:13:17 PM
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from old single-core laptops to souped-up GPUs,
here's some more info to look at  Shocked

== CPUs ==

model name   : Pentium(R) III mobile
cores      : 1
cpu MHz   : 1066
khash/s   : 300
miner      : default 0.3.1x
os      : Windows2000

model name : Intel(R) Atom(tm) N270
cores      : 1
cpu MHz   : 1600
khash/s   : 420
miner      : default 0.3.1x
os      : WindowsXP

model name   : AMD Phenom(tm) II X3 720
cores      : 3
cpu MHz   : 2800
khash/s   : 3800
miner      : default 0.3.1x
os      : WindowsXP

model name   : AMD Phenom(tm) II X3 720
cores      : 3
cpu MHz   : 2800
khash/s   : 7200
miner      : jgarzik's cpu-miner 0.2.1
os      : WindowsXP

== GPUs ==

model name   : Nvidia GTX260
cores/sp    : 27/216
shader MHz   : 1242 (OC 1432)
gpu MHz   : 575 (OC 680)
khash/s   : 37500 (44000)
miner      : m0mchil's OpenCL
os      : Windows7

model name   : ATI HD5570
cores/sp   : 5/400
gpu MHz   : 650 (OC 700)
khash/s   : 59000 (64000)
miner      : m0mchil's OpenCL
os      : WindowsXP

model name   : ATI HD5850
cores/sp   : 18/1440
gpu MHz   : 725 (OC 925)
khash/s   : 236000 (300000)
miner      : m0mchil's OpenCL
os      : WindowsXP


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November 28, 2010, 09:27:08 AM
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Another 2 GPUs tested:

model name   : ATI HD4870
cores/sp   : 10
gpu MHz   : 750
khash/s   : 78000
miner      : m0mchil's OpenCL
os      : Windows Vista 64bit


model name   : NVidia GeForce 8800 GTS
cores/sp   : 12
gpu MHz   : 513
khash/s   : 16800
miner      : m0mchil's OpenCL
os      : Windows Vista 64bit






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December 02, 2010, 11:42:47 PM
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Here are two additional statistics:

Model name    : Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU       M 450  @ 2.40GHz
OS                : Microsoft Windows 7 x64
Client version : 0.3.17
Core speed     : 1197.3 MHz
Multiplier:      : x 9.0
Hash rate       : ~1800 khash/s

Model name   : ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650
OS                : Microsoft Windows 7 x64
Client version : 0.3.17
GPU clock      : 550 MHz
GPU MHz       : 933.000
Miner            : m0mchil's OpenCL
Hash rate      : ~48,000 khash/s

I apologize for the lack of other information; I am not a computer-savvy person. However, if other members could define the needed specifications or explain how to obtain additional precision, I would be glad to provide the data.

On a side note, my i5-450M seems to have a lower hash rate than racerx's i3-350M. Is there an optimum parameter for the processors that I should use to obtain higher hash rates?
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December 03, 2010, 12:06:31 AM
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are you sure that you are using all cores?
~800 khash/s seems like your using a single core only.

you can also try jgarzik's cpu-miner with the 4way-switch, to squeeze out some more hashes, it doubles the hash-rate on my AMD X3 720, not sure what it does to your i5 though.

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December 03, 2010, 12:40:32 AM
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are you sure that you are using all cores?
~800 khash/s seems like your using a single core only.

you can also try jgarzik's cpu-miner with the 4way-switch, to squeeze out some more hashes, it doubles the hash-rate on my AMD X3 720, not sure what it does to your i5 though.
Thank you; I set the parameters to use all of the cores available and the client started to obtain ~1800 khash/s. There seems to be a large fluctuation between the hash rates, though - the range of the hash rates is 750-1800 khash/s.
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December 03, 2010, 06:56:17 AM
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CPUs
Model name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 980x
OS         : Microsoft Windows 7 x64
Client     :  bitcoin-miner 0.10
Core speed : 3333 MHz
Multiplier : x 22
Hash rate  : 25000 khash/s

Model name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 980x
OS         : Microsoft Windows 7 x64
Client     :  jgarzik's cpu-miner
Core speed : 4405.6 MHz
Multiplier : x 33.0
Hash rate  : 19200 khash/s

Model name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 980x
OS         : Microsoft Windows 7 x64
Client     : 0.3.17
Core speed : 3900 MHz
Multiplier : x 27.0
Hash rate  : 8701 khash/s

GPU

Model name : 2x GeForce GTX 460 in SLI
OS         : Microsoft Windows 7 x64
Miner      : m0mchil's OpenCL
Core speed : 795 Mhz
Hash rate  : 102000 khash/s (sum of the two)

and this is unbelieveable...

Model name : ASUS ATi Radeon 5870
OS         : Microsoft Windows 7 x64
Miner      : m0mchil's OpenCL
Core speed : 875 Mhz
Hash rate  : 299000 khash/s (!!)


I'm surprised that the 6-core AMD is getting great numbers.  It's beating the pants off the 980x.  I'll try compiling the bitcoin client with the microsoft or intel compilers.  The intel compiler should definitely generate much faster code.

EDIT: Update.  Using a CPU miner with 12 threads I got the CPU to pump out 19200 khash/s using the 4way algo.

EDIT: Update.  Clocked the 4.4 Ghz system back down to 3.33, and started using bitcoin-miner v0.10.  Big performance improvement.  Also update GPU performance to reflect what I'm currently seeing with m0mchil's GPU miner.
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December 03, 2010, 08:26:02 AM
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I'm surprised that the 6-core AMD is getting great numbers.
my guess would be the 4way-switch, improvement on Phenom II X3 from 3800 to 7200khash, it just wasn't available/useful for windows until jgarzik's cpu-miner came along.

updated my CPU-table above.



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December 03, 2010, 09:33:01 AM
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I'm surprised that the 6-core AMD is getting great numbers.
my guess would be the 4way-switch

You're right.  I jumped to 19000ish once I started using the 4way algo of the cpu miner.

However, it's still nothing compared to the 5870.
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December 09, 2010, 10:45:51 PM
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What OS are you using?  I'm running on a 6-core, faster Xeon, and my rate is way below yours (OSX).  Are you using SSE or a GPU to get these rates?

amd64 debian linux 5.04.  Just running the vanilla bitcoind binary. All my stats were in full numbers so its about 15000 k/hashs per sec. 


Thanks for the stats - I used the posts above in this thread to compile a table at https://www.bitcoin.org/wiki/doku.php?id=bitcoin_miners .  Some data is missing, please feel free to edit.

Nice work! Cheers Smiley  will update my typos.
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December 12, 2010, 05:06:16 PM
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Im new here. wanted to share my rates. OS is windows 7 64bit


Dual Xeon 5630
16 logical cpus (8 physical cores with hyperthreading)
Offical Client(0.3.17)

8,006 khash/s (single core 1132 khash/s)



Same system using opencl client (poclbm_py2exe_20101126)
ATI 5850
250,263 khash/s
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January 13, 2011, 06:23:59 AM
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AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4400+
Windows x64
Bitcoin 0.3.19
2,090 khash/s

AMD Athlon XP 2000+
Ubuntu
Bitcoin 0.3.18
617 khash/s

Nvidia 8800GT Nvidia driver 260.99
poclbm -w 64
Windows x64
24,500 khash/s

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January 13, 2011, 10:16:51 AM
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Intel(R) Celeron(R) E3300  @ 2.50GHz, Dual Core
Ubuntu 10.04
Bitcoin 0.3.19
~2,200 khash/s

nVidia GF 9800GX2 @ 600 Mhz, Dual Card, with 128 cores/card
~26,000 khash/s on card running display
~28,000 khash/s on card not running display

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January 13, 2011, 10:32:01 AM
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I don't do CPU generating anymore, but those who do may be interested in my experience.

I got 5200 kHash/s from an intel i5 quad core using the standard client. But when I compiled my own client from svn (without tweaking any optimizations, or even stripping the binary) the rate went up to 6500 kHash/s. This is on Fedora 12 Linux.
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