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Author Topic: small gpu load (poclbm.py, 3x6950 under ubuntu 11.04)  (Read 3206 times)
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June 04, 2011, 08:59:04 PM
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thanks mate
I've installed SDK 2.4 but gpu usage is still ~50% Sad

Crap. Now try underclocking your memory to 300 MHz, maybe that helps...
I've tried this already

Did you try leaving it alone(logoff or unplugmonitor or..) and calculate from "2^32 * share/s = hash/s" from your pool site(~3hours to get most accurate). I know there's some variance, but should clearly see if they are still running 50% or 99%.
and this too

Another idea, burn a LinuxCoin cd and try mining in their live environment. If it still stays low, we'll know it's probably hardware related.
http://forum.bitcoin.org/?topic=7374.0
ok, I will try, thanks
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June 05, 2011, 09:02:46 AM
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50% cpu.. do you have dualcore? as 50% would be 100% usage on one core, meaning you are capping out on cpu.

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