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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / 🛑[HOT AIRDROP] [Whitelist] 🟨 Yearn Yellow | Airdrop 3 Million $YYG 👑 Limited on: November 06, 2020, 02:09:31 PM
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2  Bitcoin / Mining support / Can't use a thread concurrency beyond 4096 on HD7850. on: April 15, 2013, 04:10:00 AM
Hey guys, I'm trying to optimize my HD 7850 for LTC mining and I'm having issues. It mines fine at 4096 but only gets 220kh/s. If I set it any higher, my hashrate drops to 30kh/s, no matter what I do, and I finally found out what causes it.

At 4096, GPU-Z reports that I'm using 411MB of the 1GB the GPU has. Fine.
If I go beyond that (to, let's say, 5120), what happens is that GPU-Z reports that only 11MB of the memory is being used, and then a little over 512MB of "dynamic memory" is in use.
What is dynamic memory?
Dynamic memory is system RAM being used by the GPU as RAM. This is so so so so so much slower than using the GPU's RAM and greatly slows down mining.

So why is this happening? Clearly I have enough VRAM to use a higher thread concurrency, what's stopping it? Anyone have any ideas? I'm willing to try anything. I've already tried "setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100".

Running Catalyst 13.3 beta with the latest APP SDK.
3  Bitcoin / Mining / Can my PSU handle a 5870 + 6950? on: June 09, 2011, 09:47:35 PM
I'm thinking about replacing my 4850 with a 6950. The 6950 only pulls 50-100W more than the 4850, but hashes much faster.

My PSU is rated at a 750W max load and has four 12V rails at 18A, 18A, 18A, 16A. Right now, I have three hard drives, a Core2Duo E8400, a 5870, and a 4850, and it's handling this load fine at 100%.

But will it be fine if I replace the 4850 with a 6950? I'm thinking that it should be fine, but the amperage of the 12V rails worries me. Do you guys think that it could handle it?
4  Bitcoin / Mining / Running two different cards on: February 28, 2011, 01:30:04 AM
Okay, so I've recently discovered the joys of mining. I've invested $200 into an HD 5870. It'll be here tomorrow, but right now I still have my HD4850. My question is, would it be possible to stick the 5870 in there as the main GPU and then leave the 4850 in there to mine with as well? That way I'd use poclbm on both the 5870 and 4850. It'd be a shame for such a good card to go to waste in my closet.

Of course, I wouldn't use the crossfire bridge or anything like that.

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