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Author Topic: ATI HD 6670 Series - anyone got hashrate data?  (Read 15650 times)
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September 28, 2011, 10:42:51 AM
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I use this card with a hp 300w psu. Poor mans solution to mine some coins without changing psu. I underclocked mine to 700 gpu, 800 ram and get 95 mhash/s @ 71 degree C and 70% fan speed with the bitminter miner. Not the best card for sure Roll Eyes but maybe interesting for people with a dell or hp computer.

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October 05, 2011, 03:47:06 PM
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I put this card 5 months ago in my Shuttle home theatre PC with a 225W power supply. Mine draws under 40W and gets 99 MH/s with the max OC allowed my the BIOS. It is so silent and cool that I forgot about it till I read this thread. I had actually stopped most of my mining when price went down and difficulty went up but I forgot to shut down this particular non-dedicated miner because it was so non-intrusive (configured it to auto start, etc.).
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