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tonto
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June 10, 2011, 04:48:08 PM
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Sorry for the n00b question, but can someone post a list of the flags one can use with guiminer, and a description of them?
 
for instance, I have -v -w128 right now on mine since I saw it mentioned in the Hardware comparison chart...  but I'd like to know what they are, and additional flags as well Smiley 
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June 10, 2011, 09:53:00 PM
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I used to have same flags, but I've seen that adding -f1 improve a bit some Mhash (~3Mhash and it's more stable) but you may fell a bit "lag" on your system.
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June 11, 2011, 02:40:10 PM
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ok this is what I meant, I found some more flags that may be relevant when using guiminer, and what they are:

-f FRAMES, --frames=FRAMES
                        will try to bring single kernel execution to 1/frames
                        seconds, default=30, increase this for less desktop
                        lag

  -a ASKRATE, --askrate=ASKRATE
                        how many seconds between getwork requests, default 5,
                        max 10
  -w WORKSIZE, --worksize=WORKSIZE
                        work group size, default is maximum returned by opencl
  -v, --vectors         use vectors
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June 11, 2011, 03:15:09 PM
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Nebraska huh? Where at? I'm in Iowa myself.

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