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April 08, 2013, 04:15:28 AM
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Hey all,

I've always used CGMiner in the past for my 6950, but I've heard that reaper may be better for the 7 series cards. I'm setting up my new mining rig tonight and I'm wondering if anyone could share their experiences as to whether there is much of a difference between the two miners.

I'll probably end up mucking around with both, but if the community consensus is that one is significantly better I get to spend my time fine tuning one rather than evaluating two.

Cheers.
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April 09, 2013, 04:24:32 AM
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Everyone has different opinions and results.

Reaper works marginally better (2% or so) for me based on kh/s -- but gets less errors and work stoppages/resets then cgminer. So I prefer reaper (dual 7950's).

I prefer the syntax and tweakability of cgminer over reaper -- but since reaper is faster and generates more shares, I use it.

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