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October 24, 2016, 06:35:26 PM
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GPU GeForce GT 540M 35 h/s

CPU Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2670QM CPU @ 2.20GHz - 105 h/s

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October 24, 2016, 07:18:21 PM
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GPU GeForce GT 540M 35 h/s

CPU Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2670QM CPU @ 2.20GHz - 105 h/s

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my desktop :

GPU GTX1060 0.78 MHz/s

CPUIntel Core i5 4690K 3.5GHz  - 165 h/s

Ok, please add software mining & OS to submit. And GPU GTX1060 you mean 780 Hash/s as hashrate?


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GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR RAVENCOIN MINING -> https://ravencoinhashrate.space
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November 01, 2016, 10:38:21 PM
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i7-2600k Win7 Ultimate 64-bit:
 -  150 H/s using MinerGate
 -  250 H/s using Claymore Cryptonote CPU miner v3.5 (4 threads used)

i7-6800k Win7 Pro 64-bit:
 -  260 H/s using MinerGate
 -  360 H/s using Claymore Cryptonote CPU miner v3.5 (7 threads used)

Note that the 360 above was achieved by using 7 threads (it was getting about 330 at the default of 6).  I plan to eventually try to bump this up and see what happens but I doubt it will increase much if at all above 7 since this CPU only had 15MB of cache, and most of what I have read indicated that XMR mining relies heavily on cache, needing 2MB per thread to produce. So, the 7 / 360 is probably max for this system but I will check it eventually and report back here if there are any changes.

As you can see, there's quite a large difference in productivity between these 2 miners. Granted, MinerGate has a GUI that is quite easy to use (which is why I was on it for over 1 month due to my newness to mining).  But, once I got familiar with running Claymore's Dual GPU miner for ETH, I decided to give his CPU miner for XMR a  try and now very glad I did.  Granted, with the current price of XMR, not going to get rich off this but until a good and stable CPU miner for ZEC is released, might as well point my CPUs somewhere when not being used.
Bottom line is that anyone interested in mining XMR with CPUs should absolutely move to Claymore, since it is probably going to bump your production anywhere between 40-65%!
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November 02, 2016, 02:49:25 AM
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i7-2600k Win7 Ultimate 64-bit:
 -  150 H/s using MinerGate
 -  250 H/s using Claymore Cryptonote CPU miner v3.5 (4 threads used)

i7-6800k Win7 Pro 64-bit:
 -  260 H/s using MinerGate
 -  360 H/s using Claymore Cryptonote CPU miner v3.5 (7 threads used)

Note that the 360 above was achieved by using 7 threads (it was getting about 330 at the default of 6).  I plan to eventually try to bump this up and see what happens but I doubt it will increase much if at all above 7 since this CPU only had 15MB of cache, and most of what I have read indicated that XMR mining relies heavily on cache, needing 2MB per thread to produce. So, the 7 / 360 is probably max for this system but I will check it eventually and report back here if there are any changes.

As you can see, there's quite a large difference in productivity between these 2 miners. Granted, MinerGate has a GUI that is quite easy to use (which is why I was on it for over 1 month due to my newness to mining).  But, once I got familiar with running Claymore's Dual GPU miner for ETH, I decided to give his CPU miner for XMR a  try and now very glad I did.  Granted, with the current price of XMR, not going to get rich off this but until a good and stable CPU miner for ZEC is released, might as well point my CPUs somewhere when not being used.
Bottom line is that anyone interested in mining XMR with CPUs should absolutely move to Claymore, since it is probably going to bump your production anywhere between 40-65%!


Excellent, good detailed analysis.
Benchmarks added  Cool

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> https://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR RAVENCOIN MINING -> https://ravencoinhashrate.space
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> https://www.zcashbenchmarks.info
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December 25, 2016, 11:19:45 PM
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Hello, Sorry for my NOOB Question Huh
https://i.imgsafe.org/04fb55bc44.jpg

I do now test with a Virtual Machine to know how it is work CPU Mining. Use Wolf´s CPU Miner.
I have give the miner 5 Threads in the VM, is a Xeon, Ubuntu 16.10.

Now i don´t know is my Hash Rate total 150 +- H/s or is this the Hash Rate from one Thread. Or i have 5x 150 H/s so Total of 850 H/s +-

Mining in Moneropool and See different Hash Rates, one time 416 H/s, one time 833 H/s, other time 1,22 KH/s.

And the Last time Share Submitted says me different times, 5 Minutes, 2 Minutes, one Minute...i hope this is OK and the Machine Works right. Sorry for Posting here in the Thread, i hope i´m right and Sorry for BAD English!
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December 26, 2016, 12:53:08 AM
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Hello, Sorry for my NOOB Question Huh


I do now test with a Virtual Machine to know how it is work CPU Mining. Use Wolf´s CPU Miner.
I have give the miner 5 Threads in the VM, is a Xeon, Ubuntu 16.10.

Now i don´t know is my Hash Rate total 150 +- H/s or is this the Hash Rate from one Thread. Or i have 5x 150 H/s so Total of 850 H/s +-

Mining in Moneropool and See different Hash Rates, one time 416 H/s, one time 833 H/s, other time 1,22 KH/s.

And the Last time Share Submitted says me different times, 5 Minutes, 2 Minutes, one Minute...i hope this is OK and the Machine Works right. Sorry for Posting here in the Thread, i hope i´m right and Sorry for BAD English!

hey, can you post your configuration?

don't worry about moneropool, those changes on hashrate display are usual. I mine on dwarfpool and the hashrate value is more accurate there.

If you want, you can post on Wolf's thread too: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=632724.0

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> https://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR RAVENCOIN MINING -> https://ravencoinhashrate.space
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> https://www.zcashbenchmarks.info
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December 26, 2016, 01:24:00 AM
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Hello, it is a VPS Server with Xeon 2620v2 an i have 6 vCores. One Thread for System, and the others to test Mining. My Friend work at the VPS Provider and gives me a Simple Free Account for anything.
The individual values ​​are added together or counts only the value of a thread. Even if I want to enter the values ​​into your table
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December 26, 2016, 02:14:07 AM
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Hello, it is a VPS Server with Xeon 2620v2 an i have 6 vCores. One Thread for System, and the others to test Mining. My Friend work at the VPS Provider and gives me a Simple Free Account for anything.
The individual values ​​are added together or counts only the value of a thread. Even if I want to enter the values ​​into your table

Interesting, according your previous screenshot It looks like there is only one thread on miner.

For cpu miners, It will always show what current speed it is hashing & the thread that found that share. Yet, for each CPU It is necessary to know the right amount of threads based on cpu model.

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> https://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR RAVENCOIN MINING -> https://ravencoinhashrate.space
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> https://www.zcashbenchmarks.info
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December 26, 2016, 09:02:39 AM
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mhhh, i don´t know. I have startet with 5 Threads:
https://i.imgsafe.org/0dc2ee549a.jpg

Here are the Information from System and CPU Usage:

https://i.imgsafe.org/0dd2076f15.jpg

https://i.imgsafe.org/0dd24600dc.jpg
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December 27, 2016, 01:58:35 AM
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mhhh, i don´t know. I have startet with 5 Threads:


Here are the Information from System and CPU Usage:






Did some research about your cpu and after taking a look here: http://ark.intel.com/products/75789/Intel-Xeon-Processor-E5-2620-v2-15M-Cache-2_10-GHz

I think you should increase threads, looks like that cpu can support 12 threads, try 10 first to test and keep and eye on performance & temperature.

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> https://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR RAVENCOIN MINING -> https://ravencoinhashrate.space
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December 29, 2016, 03:09:04 AM
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UPDATE: 202 Benchmarks (113 GPU + 89 CPU)   Cool
Thanks to everyone for submitting their benchmarks!

On tools section:

Added link to cryptomined's video about how to get started mining xmr using claymore's gpu miner.
Added link to cryptomined's store (hardware, physical coins and more). Monero Accepted.

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> https://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR RAVENCOIN MINING -> https://ravencoinhashrate.space
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December 30, 2016, 06:08:58 PM
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CPU MODEL NAME: AMD FX-8150 8-Core Processor 8x3.6GHz up to 3.96GHz
HASHRATE: ~220 H/s
MINING SOFTWARE: Nicehash miner
PARAMETERS: Default
OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 Anniversary edition

CPU MODEL NAME: Intel Xeon CPU (Haswell, no TSX) 4x2.4GHz
HASHRATE: ~150 H/s
MINING SOFTWARE: Nicehash miner
PARAMETERS: Default
OS: Windows Server 2012 R2

GPU MODEL NAME: Gigabyte Radeon R9 290 4G
VRAM: 4G
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1040/1250 MHz
HASHRATE: ~789 H/s
MINING SOFTWARE: Claymore AMD GPU Miner 9.6
PARAMETERS: Default
OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 Anniversary edition

GPU MODEL NAME: ASUS GeForce GTX850M
VRAM: 4G
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1084/1001 MHz
HASHRATE: ~129 H/s
MINING SOFTWARE: ccminer-cryptonight-1.8.1
PARAMETERS: Default
OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 Anniversary edition

GPU MODEL NAME: ASUS GeForce GTX680 DirectCUII
VRAM: 2G
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: ? MHz
HASHRATE: ~228 H/s
MINING SOFTWARE: ccminer-cryptonight-1.8.1
PARAMETERS: Default
OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 Anniversary edition
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CPU MODEL NAME: AMD FX-8150 8-Core Processor 8x3.6GHz up to 3.96GHz
HASHRATE: ~220 H/s
MINING SOFTWARE: Nicehash miner
PARAMETERS: Default
OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 Anniversary edition

CPU MODEL NAME: Intel Xeon CPU (Haswell, no TSX) 4x2.4GHz
HASHRATE: ~150 H/s
MINING SOFTWARE: Nicehash miner
PARAMETERS: Default
OS: Windows Server 2012 R2

GPU MODEL NAME: Gigabyte Radeon R9 290 4G
VRAM: 4G
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1040/1250 MHz
HASHRATE: ~789 H/s
MINING SOFTWARE: Claymore AMD GPU Miner 9.6
PARAMETERS: Default
OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 Anniversary edition

GPU MODEL NAME: ASUS GeForce GTX850M
VRAM: 4G
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: 1084/1001 MHz
HASHRATE: ~129 H/s
MINING SOFTWARE: ccminer-cryptonight-1.8.1
PARAMETERS: Default
OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 Anniversary edition

GPU MODEL NAME: ASUS GeForce GTX680 DirectCUII
VRAM: 2G
CORE/MEMORY CLOCK: ? MHz
HASHRATE: ~228 H/s
MINING SOFTWARE: ccminer-cryptonight-1.8.1
PARAMETERS: Default
OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 Anniversary edition

Thanks, benchmarks added.

GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR MONERO MINING -> https://monerobenchmarks.info
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR RAVENCOIN MINING -> https://ravencoinhashrate.space
GPU & CPU BENCHMARKS FOR ZCASH MINING -> https://www.zcashbenchmarks.info
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HAPPY 2017 EVERYONE  Cool

Update: 233 Benchmarks (134 GPU + 99 CPU).

Added XMR-STAK-CPU OPEN SOURCE MINER on tools section: http://monerobechmarks.byethost5.com/tools.php

Thanks to everyone for submitting their benchmarks, also thanks to Cryptomined for reviewing website on this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtA8wxzl4aQ

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i would love to get this mirrored to github pages

i dont have anything coded yet, but with some static site generator like jekyll with github pages support this should be doable easily

it would also be a merged website for zcash and monero benchmarks (both your sites which im aware of)

a single CORS call would be done to some server with a script (also to be included in the repo) to submit new benchmarks for this mirror

the server would also scrape your websites a few times per day and check if new (unadded) benchmarks are available

this preserves the data in the event of a failure of the current servers and makes the data available to everyone in a easy to read and use JSON syntax (in the code) as well as on the website

what do you think of this idea? if you support it a json export via php script (?) would be superb to ease the process of scraping

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i would love to get this mirrored to github pages

i dont have anything coded yet, but with some static site generator like jekyll with github pages support this should be doable easily

it would also be a merged website for zcash and monero benchmarks (both your sites which im aware of)

a single CORS call would be done to some server with a script (also to be included in the repo) to submit new benchmarks for this mirror

the server would also scrape your websites a few times per day and check if new (unadded) benchmarks are available

this preserves the data in the event of a failure of the current servers and makes the data available to everyone in a easy to read and use JSON syntax (in the code) as well as on the website

what do you think of this idea? if you support it a json export via php script (?) would be superb to ease the process of scraping

Interesting idea, however It requires time to make it work properly and honestly I don't have time available. I barely got time to update website, anyway thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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January 27, 2017, 12:42:32 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

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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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Looks like Pascal Coin might be a good site to start on now Smiley

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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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