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January 27, 2017, 12:49:00 AM
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Great job with the benchmarks. 

Things are looking up in the linux world, the new version of sgminer is tight, and works well enough under the various flavors of ubuntu 14.04lts (so far so good with xubuntu, although I wonder if mint 17.3 might be a tad better) and catalyst 15.  I think that has potential to give new life to the less expensive cards on the list.  It's easy enough to order a case of 480's off NewEgg, harder to find those bargains on ebay.

I picked up a bunch of 7850's with elpida ram for ~75 each on ebay.  Building up an el-cheapo special rig. $75 per card.  $20 MB.  $12 HP server PSU (900 watts yowsa).  $10 CPU.  Fingers crossed my crappy $10 ram works.  I dunno. 1.2 Kh/s for $472 is kinda cool, in a pathetic dorky linux sorta way.  Well let's say $482 with a nifty wooden crate, cuz I'm not doing the milk crate thing. Gotta draw the line somewhere.

I dunno that linux is any faster.  More tools in windows to fine tune the cards; with linux you gotta flash the rom (or not) and figure out the whole intensity/worksize/wathamacallit thing. (OGAG let the cat out of the bag the other day; r=c*w*4, where r is rawintensity, c is number of compute units, w is worksize. 4 if you're running 2 threads, 8 if you're running one.  There's like 40 hours of my life I want back,) Main thing is, less overhead. Gotta match that with the right cards I think. 

Not completely convinced the 7850 should be crowned the el cheapo king, but it's gotta be close



for me its either 7870/270X or 7950/7970/280/280X, got some off ebay for 40 and 60€, same idea here though i will re-purpose my existing nvidia rigs for these cards once i sold them (completely)
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January 27, 2017, 04:46:49 AM
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Looks like Pascal Coin might be a good site to start on now Smiley

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January 27, 2017, 05:44:50 AM
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Looks like Pascal Coin might be a good site to start on now Smiley

Hey, I just saw your video on your channel, nice review as usual  Cool

Been busy lately but If I manage to do some time, i'll let you know because there are no benchmarks about Pascal Coin.

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GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
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January 27, 2017, 02:52:30 PM
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Hi, nice idea for the site, but I think it needs some rethinking on colors, font sizes, icons and filters  Shocked

Here are my results:
cards - 2 GPU GIGABYTE Radeon RX 480 G1 Gaming 8G
hashrate - 1235 h/s
mining software - Claymore AMD GPU miner 9.6
parameters - 1300-1340 MHz / 2250 MHz, -5% power limit (~220W)
os - Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit

I might suggest to add icons to OS, cards and maybe colors to the miners, plus TDP need to be wider so info takes 1 line. Plus dropdown filters could be nice and a search field must have  Wink
I would definetly decrease the white space on the first page, so more useful info is visible wo scrolling! I am seeing in Chrome.

Good work!
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January 27, 2017, 10:19:15 PM
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Hi, nice idea for the site, but I think it needs some rethinking on colors, font sizes, icons and filters  Shocked

Here are my results:
cards - 2 GPU GIGABYTE Radeon RX 480 G1 Gaming 8G
hashrate - 1235 h/s
mining software - Claymore AMD GPU miner 9.6
parameters - 1300-1340 MHz / 2250 MHz, -5% power limit (~220W)
os - Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit

I might suggest to add icons to OS, cards and maybe colors to the miners, plus TDP need to be wider so info takes 1 line. Plus dropdown filters could be nice and a search field must have  Wink
I would definetly decrease the white space on the first page, so more useful info is visible wo scrolling! I am seeing in Chrome.

Good work!


Just added your benchmark, dropdown filters are placed on the top of both tables (▲▼).

thanks for your suggestions but keep in mind i like to keep things as simple as possible.

btw, added link to XMR-Stak-Amd miner on tools section --> http://monerobechmarks.byethost5.com/tools.php

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> http://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
Tips: 425uMjdim9w29jAR4zwTYZQvwkSPDdLV28Tob6mcrUREhri1f6Psxx54rtK6G1gJut3VAWhsYR5jeGJ fYtpn7bzPARp5e3h
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January 27, 2017, 11:23:16 PM
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Hi, nice idea for the site, but I think it needs some rethinking on colors, font sizes, icons and filters  Shocked

Here are my results:
cards - 2 GPU GIGABYTE Radeon RX 480 G1 Gaming 8G
hashrate - 1235 h/s
mining software - Claymore AMD GPU miner 9.6
parameters - 1300-1340 MHz / 2250 MHz, -5% power limit (~220W)
os - Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit

I might suggest to add icons to OS, cards and maybe colors to the miners, plus TDP need to be wider so info takes 1 line. Plus dropdown filters could be nice and a search field must have  Wink
I would definetly decrease the white space on the first page, so more useful info is visible wo scrolling! I am seeing in Chrome.

Good work!


Just added your benchmark, dropdown filters are placed on the top of both tables (▲▼).

thanks for your suggestions but keep in mind i like to keep things as simple as possible.

btw, added link to XMR-Stak-Amd miner on tools section --> http://monerobechmarks.byethost5.com/tools.php

Nah, drop down menu is like a menu where you select a country, for example. With this menu for GPU cards one can easily choose the model he needs, like all Radeon RX 480 and see all the data you have on them.
Now what you have is a simple sorting A..Z, 1..9, but it does the job in the long search  Roll Eyes
Yes, you are right simple things attract, but they can also be smart.
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January 27, 2017, 11:37:07 PM
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Hi, nice idea for the site, but I think it needs some rethinking on colors, font sizes, icons and filters  Shocked

Here are my results:
cards - 2 GPU GIGABYTE Radeon RX 480 G1 Gaming 8G
hashrate - 1235 h/s
mining software - Claymore AMD GPU miner 9.6
parameters - 1300-1340 MHz / 2250 MHz, -5% power limit (~220W)
os - Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit

I might suggest to add icons to OS, cards and maybe colors to the miners, plus TDP need to be wider so info takes 1 line. Plus dropdown filters could be nice and a search field must have  Wink
I would definetly decrease the white space on the first page, so more useful info is visible wo scrolling! I am seeing in Chrome.

Good work!


Just added your benchmark, dropdown filters are placed on the top of both tables (▲▼).

thanks for your suggestions but keep in mind i like to keep things as simple as possible.

btw, added link to XMR-Stak-Amd miner on tools section --> http://monerobechmarks.byethost5.com/tools.php

Nah, drop down menu is like a menu where you select a country, for example. With this menu for GPU cards one can easily choose the model he needs, like all Radeon RX 480 and see all the data you have on them.
Now what you have is a simple sorting A..Z, 1..9, but it does the job in the long search  Roll Eyes
Yes, you are right simple things attract, but they can also be smart.

i think what you want is a filter
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February 13, 2017, 08:45:30 PM
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for me its either 7870/270X or 7950/7970/280/280X, got some off ebay for 40 and 60€, same idea here though i will re-purpose my existing nvidia rigs for these cards once i sold them (completely)

I dunno.  Far as XMR is concerned, my feeling so far is Gen1 is Gen1.  Got a rig with 4x7850 hasing 1.2kh/s drawing like 430 watts or so.  Any combo of three 7950/R200 is about the same.  

I get the feeling mining XMR is all about giving the compute unit good access to good memory with good timing.  According to the bitcoin wiki, cryptonight was originally a CPU protocol, and the defense against ASICS is dependency on rapid access to an amount of L3 cache that isn't practical for an ASIC.  GPU mining then is a handicap, the memory is slower and the compute units can't get at it as quickly. Going from 7850 to R9280 makes more noise but I don't see that it's doing any more work.  Granted, the 7850's have decent RAM, and elpida ram seems like it comes timed right from the factory most of the time.  And the 200's are spectacularly crappy in the memory quality department.  Boils down to paying more money for lousier RAM, basically.  

But going from a 280 to a 290 -- lousy RAM and all -- now we're talking whole nother ballgame.  My 290x smokes everything in my collection, including my 470's.  AMD said they were giving the compute units better access to memory, and they delivered imo.  

Only reason my Gen1 200's haven't been drop-kicked into the woods is because they hash Pascal like it's going out of style.  Still trying to wrap my head around that one (I mean, my kid is a senior math major, I'm like when and at what cost are they gonna start teaching you cryptography already) but I think it's one of those ethereum things, where the total amount of RAM at your disposal is a big factor.  

Only reason I haven't crowned the 290 the el cheapo king is there's too many plugs on it, and I can't figure out how to hook em up to my el cheapo HP server PSU's.  Also it's hard to cram it into a milk crate.  

Interesting stuff in the database.  Interesting lack of correlation between specs, price and hashrate.  Also interesting to see what the fancy CPU's are up to.  A Dell workstation motherboard with five PCIe slots, two E5 processors, ram and heatsinks is about $400, about what the windows folks pay for a new mb with one chip.  Wonder if that kind of hybrid is the way to go.  I'd gain about as much as adding another graphics card, albeit at a cost of probably 300w.  If I could undervolt that sucka....I dunno. Might be worth doing just to say I did it. I could put a rack of 290's on there and blow the transformer. That would be cool.
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February 14, 2017, 12:26:05 AM
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Thanks for making this herrdrone. 

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February 14, 2017, 02:48:26 AM
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Been almost 2 years since I have had one but put me a rig together this past week and got it running on Sat.  Consists of 6 MSI RX470 Gaming cards (Hynix) and at default settings it is running at 550 h/s each card on Claymores 9.7 miner.  Can someone point in right direction for some tweaking tips to try out on them?  Thx.
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February 14, 2017, 02:57:14 AM
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Thanks for making this herrdrone. 

You're Welcome, Glad you enjoy website  Cool

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GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
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June 11, 2017, 06:55:29 PM
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Thanks for making this herrdrone. 

You're Welcome, Glad you enjoy website  Cool

website down mate ?

cant open it

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June 11, 2017, 07:55:32 PM
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Yes, thanks for putting this together!
It was my go to list while shopping for GPUs.

But oh no, it's gone now!
Temporary glitch or gone for good?

Thanks.
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June 11, 2017, 11:34:51 PM
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Yes, thanks for putting this together!
It was my go to list while shopping for GPUs.

But oh no, it's gone now!
Temporary glitch or gone for good?

Thanks.
Thanks for making this herrdrone. 

You're Welcome, Glad you enjoy website  Cool

website down mate ?

cant open it

Hi, currently got some troubles with hosting, already opened a ticket support. Around 48-72 hours until solved.

However, given this situation i'll host website on second domain to avoid this happening again. Don't worry I have a couple of backups of website shall be back asap.

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GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
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June 13, 2017, 10:51:09 AM
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BTW, you may host any static site for free via github pages https://pages.github.com/
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I've put source code to JSFiddle.
For those who needs the benchmarks now.

https://jsfiddle.net/kerhaxf2/

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June 17, 2017, 12:23:40 AM
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Hi, website is online again here:

http://monerobenchmarks.info/

Also, I took time to add these new features:

On this page: http://monerobenchmarks.info/list.php

Benchmarks can be listed according these parameters:

GPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only EVGA/NVIDIA benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.

CPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only Intel benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.

CPU Benchmarks can be searched by model here: http://monerobenchmarks.info/searchCPU.php
GPU Benchmarks can be searched by model here: http://monerobenchmarks.info/searchGPU.php

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> http://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
Tips: 425uMjdim9w29jAR4zwTYZQvwkSPDdLV28Tob6mcrUREhri1f6Psxx54rtK6G1gJut3VAWhsYR5jeGJ fYtpn7bzPARp5e3h
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June 17, 2017, 12:46:29 PM
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Hi, website is online again here:

http://monerobenchmarks.info/

Also, I took time to add these new features:

On this page: http://monerobenchmarks.info/list.php

Benchmarks can be listed according these parameters:

GPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only EVGA/NVIDIA benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.

CPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only Intel benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.

CPU Benchmarks can be searched by model here: http://monerobenchmarks.info/searchCPU.php
GPU Benchmarks can be searched by model here: http://monerobenchmarks.info/searchGPU.php

wow new domain ?
cool mate, great job

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June 17, 2017, 03:07:41 PM
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Hi, website is online again here:

http://monerobenchmarks.info/

Also, I took time to add these new features:

On this page: http://monerobenchmarks.info/list.php

Benchmarks can be listed according these parameters:

GPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only EVGA/NVIDIA benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.

CPU
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (High to Low)
- Sort benchmarks by hashrate (Low to High)
- Display only AMD benchmarks.
- Display only Intel benchmarks.
- Sort benchmarks by OS.

CPU Benchmarks can be searched by model here: http://monerobenchmarks.info/searchCPU.php
GPU Benchmarks can be searched by model here: http://monerobenchmarks.info/searchGPU.php

wow new domain ?
cool mate, great job

Thanks, glad you enjoy website  Cool

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> http://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> http://zcashbenchmarks.info
Tips: 425uMjdim9w29jAR4zwTYZQvwkSPDdLV28Tob6mcrUREhri1f6Psxx54rtK6G1gJut3VAWhsYR5jeGJ fYtpn7bzPARp5e3h
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June 22, 2017, 10:24:08 PM
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If you want to add Mac OS to the OS options I'll populate all my Mac hash rates  Wink
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