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April 08, 2013, 08:09:56 PM
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I've got Reaper up and running beautifully and it consistently seems to outperform cgminer. I do like the flexibility cgminer gives me in tweaking though.

Is there a way to set the aggression on a per GPU basis?

For example, my primary display GPU and my secondary GPU are running at the same aggression level currently and the first GPU is getting 10 degrees hotter. The cooling is the same. So I can only guess that since my first GPU is driving the display it is working harder.

I would like to reduce the aggression on this GPU only.

Is this possible with Reaper?

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April 08, 2013, 09:04:35 PM
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No response yet... cgminer has the ability to control the fans with a target temp. Does reaper offer anything like this?

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