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January 21, 2016, 04:24:04 AM
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is there a thread/chart or anything showing power consumption vs freq on an s5 ?
how high can u over clock an s5 and have it remain reliable

i got my first 4 s5's and so far ive been running them at 375 freq no issues temps are in the mid 30's , just dont want to push them to hard
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January 21, 2016, 07:57:19 AM
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Many variables, the units themselves vary a bit, temperature has a large effect, etc.

Power consumption vs. clock speed is pretty much flat.
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January 21, 2016, 04:30:21 PM
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Many variables, the units themselves vary a bit, temperature has a large effect, etc.

Power consumption vs. clock speed is pretty much flat.

thanks with my power rate i dont have to worry to much about power consumption , so it makes sence to overclock them a bit right now , just dont wanna push them to far , at 375 im seeing an avg of 33* so ill just bump them up till i see around 45*
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January 21, 2016, 07:32:34 PM
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Many variables, the units themselves vary a bit, temperature has a large effect, etc.

Power consumption vs. clock speed is pretty much flat.

thanks with my power rate i dont have to worry to much about power consumption , so it makes sence to overclock them a bit right now , just dont wanna push them to far , at 375 im seeing an avg of 33* so ill just bump them up till i see around 45*

The review i posted should have all the data you could possibly want;
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1151326.0

Generally with a good PSU outputting 12v~ you'll get up to 393 or 400 before the hashrate stop rising properly per increment.

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January 21, 2016, 10:20:54 PM
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Many variables, the units themselves vary a bit, temperature has a large effect, etc.

Power consumption vs. clock speed is pretty much flat.

thanks with my power rate i dont have to worry to much about power consumption , so it makes sence to overclock them a bit right now , just dont wanna push them to far , at 375 im seeing an avg of 33* so ill just bump them up till i see around 45*

The review i posted should have all the data you could possibly want;
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1151326.0

Generally with a good PSU outputting 12v~ you'll get up to 393 or 400 before the hashrate stop rising properly per increment.

thanks thats the kind of info i was looking for , search on this site doesnt seem to work very well
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January 21, 2016, 11:33:23 PM
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Many variables, the units themselves vary a bit, temperature has a large effect, etc.

Power consumption vs. clock speed is pretty much flat.

thanks with my power rate i dont have to worry to much about power consumption , so it makes sence to overclock them a bit right now , just dont wanna push them to far , at 375 im seeing an avg of 33* so ill just bump them up till i see around 45*

The review i posted should have all the data you could possibly want;
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1151326.0

Generally with a good PSU outputting 12v~ you'll get up to 393 or 400 before the hashrate stop rising properly per increment.

thanks thats the kind of info i was looking for , search on this site doesnt seem to work very well

You have to search through this site with google. The search is a bit hard to use and does not work the same way.

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January 22, 2016, 08:05:54 PM
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With S5, you might want to undervolt and under clock in the near future to make a profit. It is not as efficient as the S7.
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January 22, 2016, 08:13:39 PM
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With S5, you might want to undervolt and under clock in the near future to make a profit. It is not as efficient as the S7.
not worried about it , still turning profit with s2's , and can just about break even with s1's , will be a good while before i have to worry about the s4/s5 sp20 or s4's i have
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January 27, 2016, 10:33:29 AM
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With S5, you might want to undervolt and under clock in the near future to make a profit. It is not as efficient as the S7.
not worried about it , still turning profit with s2's , and can just about break even with s1's , will be a good while before i have to worry about the s4/s5 sp20 or s4's i have

What is your electricity  price? Must be very cheap, less than $0.05/kWh?

You might have to worry about the efficiency after halving.
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