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April 06, 2016, 11:22:30 PM
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I am currently mining on a GTX 960 at 10Mh/s in Windows 8.1 for fun when not using my PC.  I really want to upgrade to Windows 10 to checkout some new development tools.  I'm afraid my Hash Rate my drop significantly after everything I've read.   Should I hold out on Windows 10 or can I go ahead and just use an older Nvidia driver for my card?  Thanks for any suggestions.
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April 06, 2016, 11:43:40 PM
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I am currently mining on a GTX 960 at 10Mh/s in Windows 8.1 for fun when not using my PC.  I really want to upgrade to Windows 10 to checkout some new development tools.  I'm afraid my Hash Rate my drop significantly after everything I've read.   Should I hold out on Windows 10 or can I go ahead and just use an older Nvidia driver for my card?  Thanks for any suggestions.
keep use win7 , and use this miner to maximize profit..

www.ethercoinminer.com
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April 06, 2016, 11:55:57 PM
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I am currently mining on a GTX 960 at 10Mh/s in Windows 8.1 for fun when not using my PC.  I really want to upgrade to Windows 10 to checkout some new development tools.  I'm afraid my Hash Rate my drop significantly after everything I've read.   Should I hold out on Windows 10 or can I go ahead and just use an older Nvidia driver for my card?  Thanks for any suggestions.
keep use win7 , and use this miner to maximize profit..

www.ethercoinminer.com

I never mentioned Win7 and then you spam my post?  Why would your miner be faster than the official ones written in C?  I'm scared to even click that link.
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April 07, 2016, 09:22:11 AM
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You can use the 350.12 driver for Win7/8/Vista to maintain speed in Win10. If you want to use my miner in CUDA mode, you'll have to build a binary against CUDA 6.5, otherwise it won't run.   

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April 07, 2016, 11:17:18 AM
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You can use the 350.12 driver for Win7/8/Vista to maintain speed in Win10. If you want to use my miner in CUDA mode, you'll have to build a binary against CUDA 6.5, otherwise it won't run.   


this dont work for 980tis tho lol just as a side note
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