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Author Topic: Cards that mine BTC not LTC re ASIC GPU divergence  (Read 1291 times)
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February 13, 2013, 12:49:34 AM
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On a mission to build out 10 LTC rigs.....

Have discovered some info that a lot of cards will mine BTC but crash with LTC

I have found this with 3 5970's so far... I am working with AndrewK to see if we can undervolt a 5970 I have @ the moment to hopefully find a fix/workaround

Considering that a few GPU's will switch to LTC once ASIC come on strong I think we will be finding this with more & more legacy GPU's

ANybody had similar xp with this ?

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February 13, 2013, 12:52:58 AM
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I used to run a 2 * 6770 and 2 *CM1 FPGA BTC rig.

I sold off the FPGA just before halving day and have swicthed over my 6770s to LTC without any problems.

Currently awaiting ASIC selection.

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